Peanut seller in 1890 wore a suit covered in real peanuts

This incredible suit covered in real peanuts was worn by a peanut vendor in 1890. I love how he even has a peanut-covered hat sitting beside him on the left. This peanut vendor's costume beats every costume from this year at Burning Man by a landslide.

In this day and age, wearing a suit like this out in public would likely cause many an EpiPen or two to be put to use. 

The photographer was Henry H. Buehman (1851-1912) of Tucson, Arizona. (source)

Photo: c. 1890 (public domain)