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Early in March, Bonhams - one of the top London Auctioneers will be having a sale of early

coaching items.   This will include uniforms, accessories such as lamps, whips, harness  -  and,

some of the finest coaches that I have seen outside of museums.   They feature most of the

different types of coaches  - and include a Royal Victorian Open Carriage.

 

Look them-up on line or, send for a catalogue. This is almost sure to become a collector's item

in the future.    I have attempted to capture about 14 images and have kept the brief details

shown by Bonhams.   Bear with me if I have to split them  -  this is a lot of work and the MD slows  

me up.

 

 

                                                            http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6209-0-85883700-1423476698.jpgclick                                                  (Lot 221 Bonhams . Oxford. 7/3/15.) c1835 Royal Travelling Landau, Used by William 4th. 200/300,000

 

 

                                                             http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6209-0-92112900-1423476942.jpg  Royal Landau after the wedding of Prince William & Princess Katherine.

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                                       British Hansom Cab circa 1890. 2/2500 pounds

 

 

                                                            

                                         Lot 87. A statuette of the Emperor Napoleon. unsigned.  200/300 pounds        

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                                              Well made model of a stagecoach in metal and wood. 150/200

 

 

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                                          c1880 American Racing Sulky  .  3/5000 pounds

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                                              Child's Pram. c 1890   100 - 200 pounds

 

 

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                                              Collection of 11 hand made models.  150-200 pounds

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                                            18th C. Sedan Chair. Poles were on each corner.  4-6000.

 

 

                                                           

                                             18th Century sled, with curved sides.   7 - 10,000

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                          My favourite  -  Lot 228  c1905 German Hearse.  5 - 8,000 pounds.

 

 

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                                           Lot 106.  A Coachman's ceremonial uniform

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                                              lot 206.  c1880 'c' spring Brougham.  25/30,000 pounds

 

 

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                                              lot 204.  c1900 Private Omnibus

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