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Rattler the Trotter

An oil on canvas painting of a famous 19th century trotter called Rattler. Painted by John Frederick…

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Rickshaw

There are a number of carriages in the Maidstone collection that belong to the Royal Collection and…

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Roan Carriage Horses and Dog

Oil on canvas painting of a pair of roan horses in front of a coach house with a Dalmatian dog. By C…

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Round Backed Gig

A Round Backed Gig with striking green and black vertical stripes on the body and bright yellow lini…

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Sedan Chair

A Westminster arch-roof sedan chair which dates from around 1760 with highly polished and japanned b…

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10 images

Sedan Chair

A Westminster arch-roof sedan chair dating from around 1760 with highly polished and japanned black…

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Sedan Chair

Being of a large size this Sedan Chair would have required more than two chairmen to carry it. It wa…

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Sediola

The Sediola is an Italian gig used by wealthy gentlemen in cities but also used to travel across the…

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21 images

Shelburne Landau

An example of a Shelburne Landau for a pair of horses with an angular profile, leather hood and spru…

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Siamese Phaeton

This super little phaeton was used by Queen Victoria’s grandchildren. There is a surviving photograp…

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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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Single Brougham

Single Brougham for a single horse or a pair of horses. This is a conventional brougham with an angu…

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12 images

Sjees

Friesland Sjees are a rather rare sight in the United Kingdom. The word ‘sjees’ corresponds to the w…

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18 images

Skeleton Boot Victoria

This is a rare example of a Skeleton Boot Victoria and has the added interest of the inverted double…

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Skeleton Gig

This is a very rare and exciting carriage. It would have been owned and driven by a gentleman who wa…

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Sleigh

A coachbuilder's design for a Sleigh by Hooper and Co of London.