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Chariot Undercarriage

An interesting carriage and something of a curio. It clearly lost its body sometime ago and has perh…

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Donkey Cart

This donkey carriage is an example of an earlier carriage being reused. The undercarriage is from a…

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Governess Car

Pretty much every estate would have had a Governess Cart in within the estate vehicles and so it is…

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Clarence

A carriage that is long since past its prime. Country estates and town households would have ha…

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Town Chariot

Built for the Marquess of Lansdowne, this Chariot carries its owners coats of arms on the side panel…

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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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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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Butcher's Cart

A local trade vehicle used by H. Betts of 15 Earl Street Maidstone.  The Betts family were…

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Sleigh

This sleigh is thought to have come from Central Europe and is a particularly ornate specimen of car…

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Sleigh

A very aesthetically pleasing and beautifully built child’s Sleigh of the rococo style. It possibly…

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Sleigh

The use of Sleighs did not really catch on in England due to the country not having prolonged period…

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Sleigh

Sleighs of this type were an object of fun and jollity and not really designed for travelling distan…

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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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Sleigh

One of the most elaborate Sleighs in the Tyrwhitt-Drake collection this example has a seat carved in…