Royal carriage of the Scindia Maratha royals at the Gwalior Palace Museum.

Royal carriage of the Scindia Maratha royals at the Gwalior Palace Museum.

Cinderella Horse And Carriage | Cinderella Carriage - Wheel Carriages - Model Cinderella

Cinderella Horse And Carriage | Cinderella Carriage - Wheel Carriages - Model Cinderella

Carriages, The Royal Mews. The State Carriage. Photo: Charlotte Gawell.    kungahuset.se

Carriages, The Royal Mews. The State Carriage. Photo: Charlotte Gawell. kungahuset.se

Carriages in Regency England : Berlin- has four wheels and a hood. This vehicle was known to be fast and light. It has two interior seats and a separate hooded rear seat for a footman, which was detached from the body. The Berlin’s light weight made it less likely to tip than other carriages. A stirrup or footstool made the vehicle easier to board. Instead of side windows, there were hoods to let down in case of inclement weather. via : lahilden

Carriages in Regency England : Berlin- has four wheels and a hood. This vehicle was known to be fast and light. It has two interior seats and a separate hooded rear seat for a footman, which was detached from the body. The Berlin’s light weight made it less likely to tip than other carriages. A stirrup or footstool made the vehicle easier to board. Instead of side windows, there were hoods to let down in case of inclement weather. via : lahilden

Victorian two-seater carriage à la Daumont. This carriage was made available to foreign rulers while they were visiting Austria (for instance, the future King Edward VII of England used it, and so did Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany). It was drawn by four or six horses and driven by mounted coachmen. Made in Vienna, 1852-1853. Imperial Carriage Museum of Vienna.

Victorian two-seater carriage à la Daumont. This carriage was made available to foreign rulers while they were visiting Austria (for instance, the future King Edward VII of England used it, and so did Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany). It was drawn by four or six horses and driven by mounted coachmen. Made in Vienna, 1852-1853. Imperial Carriage Museum of Vienna.

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