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Inkwell Inspirations: Royal Coach & Carriage

White Carriage, add some beautiful white horses. Add red roses on the horses bridals and you are off! Fake ones, of course so they don't wilt in the snow.

Justin Horse Buggy, Carriage, Sleigh and Stagecoach Company

Justin Horse Buggy, Carriage, Sleigh and Stagecoach Company.

ANTIQUE CAST IRON HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE WITH REMOVABLE MAN & woman Estimated Price: $79 Description: ANTIQUE CAST IRON HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE WITH REMOVABLE MAN & WOMAN - CHILDREN IN REAR WAGON - MEASURES 8.5" X 2.75" X 4" - APPROXIMATE WEIGHT 4 LBS

ANTIQUE CAST IRON HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE WITH REMOVABLE MAN & woman Estimated Price: $79 Description: ANTIQUE CAST IRON HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE WITH REMOVABLE MAN & WOMAN - CHILDREN IN REAR WAGON - MEASURES 8.5" X 2.75" X 4" - APPROXIMATE WEIGHT 4 LBS

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The state coach Britannia will be only the second carriage to join the Royal Family in the last 100 years which may one day transport Prince William and Prince Harry to their weddings The carriage is a gift for the Queen from Australia.

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Brougham carriage 1890

A brougham (pronounced "broom" or "brohm") was a light, four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage built in the century.

Moscow Coach, in its Moscow museum, the gift from Elizabeth I to Tsar Boris Godunov, circa 1603. Its constructor was possibly Walter Rippon, one of Elizabeth’s favoured coach-builders who, in 1555, had built the first ever coach in England (for the Earl of Rutland).

English juggernaut: the Moscow Coach, in its Moscow museum and not in the V&A exhibition, the gift from Elizabeth to Tsar Boris Godunov,

"Royal Hearse." For actual royalty, or just folks who want the royal treatment? Because technically I belong to both groups and I want this hearse.

Dutch Royal Carriages, Cars, Ships and Airplanes - The Royal Forums

Traditional Vis-a-Vis Carriage by The Great Northern Livery Company

Traditional Vis-a-Vis Carriage by The Great Northern Livery Company

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