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Source:   Album of illustrations of imperial & royal state carriages together with other carriages of deceased statesmen; and the ....


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Fig. 26. - Coach of the Speaker of the House of Commons; Fig. 27. - Chariot of the Earl of Darnley; Fig. 28. - State chariot of George III; Fig. 29. - Coach of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Great Britain.

Image ID: 1158996

Fig. 26. - Coach of the Speaker of the House of Commons; Fig. 27. - Chariot of the Earl of Darnley; Fig. 28. - State cha... (1899)

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Image Title

:  Fig. 26. - Coach of the Speaker of the House of Commons; Fig. 27. - Chariot of the Earl of Darnley; Fig. 28. - State chariot of George III; Fig. 29. - Coach of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Great Britain.

Additional Name(s)

: Coach Makers and Coach Harness Makers Company (London, England) -- Author

Specific Material Type

: Photomechanical prints

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 17

Source

: Album of illustrations of imperial & royal state carriages together with other carriages of deceased statesmen; and the funeral cars of Wellington and Nelson also the four original locomotive engines used on railways in England.

Source Description

: vi p., 43 pl.

Location

: Science, Industry and Business Library / General Collection Division

Catalog Call Number

: VDM++ (Company of Coach Makers and Coach Harness Makers, London. Album of illustrations of imperial)

Digital ID

: 1158996

Record ID

: 451369

Digital Item Published

: 3-1-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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