Carriages


Items in "Carriages"

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Travelling Coach

A Travelling Coach for a team of four or six horses in original unused condition. The coach has a co…

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Wagonette Omnibus

A Wagonette Omnibus for a pair or team of horses. Painted in brown, black an red with black lining a…

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American Gig

This gig was once a stylish lightweight carriage for pleasure driving with a single pony. It found i…

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Barouche

A carriage for taking pleasure drives in around parks with seating for two people. This Barouche has…

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Stanhope Gig

This carriage is exactly as a Stanhope Gig ought to be. The body has a Tilbury boot (vertical rear p…

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Demi-Mail Phaeton

A Demi-Mail Phaeton with an angular cut out in the body, a leather head and seats for the driver and…

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Bow Fronted Brougham

A Bow Fronted Brougham with an elegant curved profile. Painted green and black with blue box cloth u…

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Donkey Gig

A two wheeled Donkey or Pony Gig with a spindle back seat built circa 1810.Jane Austen and her sibli…

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Private Drag Coach

A very well appointed coach in original condition. There are a few unusual features such as the brac…

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Growler

A Growler for a single horse. This carriage was a working vehicle and has an angular profile and mai…

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Town Chariot

A splendid Chariot of standard proportions but with a little more embellishment. English coachb…

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Simgle Brougham

This is a Double Brougham of a quality build by one of the most prominent coachbuilder’s, Baker and…

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Children's Carriage

This baby carriage was reputedly built by sailors under the command of a member of the Ashburnham fa…

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Bier

A hand drawn or horse-drawn bier would have been the standard mode of transport for a deceased villa…

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Children's Carriage

A charming Children’s Carriage believed to be of Dutch origin. It is of a fairly simple construction…

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Ralli Car

Built around 1890 for Hugh Cecil Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale (1857-1944) for use to exercise the d…