Lot 6 - GOVERNESS CART to fit 12 to 13hh pony. Finished in natural
varnished wood with spindle sides, curved mud guards and
upholstered back rests. On 16-spoke Warner wheels with elliptic
springs and cranked axle. Comes with a pair of lamps, a set of
harness, hub spanner and driving whip.
Lot 7 - INVALID CARRIAGE built by Jacksons to suit 12 to 13hh pony.
Painted black and red. Constructed with a drop-down ramp for
wheelchair access and fitted with two separate driver seats; one
removable when a wheelchair is in position.
Lot 8 - FOUR-WHEEL MARATHON VEHICLE to suit 15hh plus; painted
navy and red with synthetic black wedge seat. On 12-spoke wheels
with all-round disc brakes and a back step.
Lot 9 - SPYDER PHAETON PRESENTATION CARRIAGE built by Hartland
Carriages circa 2005, to suit 13 to 14.2hh pony. A smart vehicle
painted blue with silver lining and black upholstery.
Lot 10 - COUNTRYMAN GIG built by Montford Carriage circa 1990’s to suit
14.2 to 15.3hh; a smart vehicle painted maroon with cream lining,
basket weave side panels, and cream velum upholstery. On 12-spoke
warner wheels with Dennet springs. Fitted with mud guards and lamp
brackets and comes with swivel bar swingletree.
Lot 11 - AMERICAN BUGGY built by Courtland Co. of New York, USA circa
1890 to suit 13.2 to 15.2hh. On fine 14-spoke hickory (possibly)
wheels, the body is hung on a perch undercarriage with two
transverse elliptic springs. It is painted dark green with red lining,
fitted with a folding leather hood in which is a small rear window, and
a small luggage compartment at the back. It was originally sold at
Covent Garden, London where it was purchased and used by a
Doctor. A very good example, well maintained and comes with shafts.
Lot 12 - PHAETON built by Celle of Celle, Germany circa 1900 to suit 14.2
to 16.2hh single or pair. The body is of varnished oak and ash with
cream lining, maroon painted ironwork and upholstered in red leather
buttoned seating and padded arm rests. On 12/14-spoke Warner
wheels with brass hub caps, and elliptic springs. Fitted with a
handbrake, sweeping mud guards, rein rail and lamp brackets. A
smart vehicle originally used for deer and wild boar hunting during
‘highdays and holidays’. Comes with shafts and a pole.
Lot 13 - DRAY to suit 11 to 14hh pony; a solid little vehicle on pneumatic
tyres with cream undercarriage and gold decoration, complete with
removable accommodation, with new canvas roof, small cratch at the
rear with the interior fitted with carpet and curtains. Ideal for
camping. Comes with a pair of shafts.
Lot 14 - BROUGHAM built by Reitter, circa 1910, to suit 14.2 to 15.2hh;
painted navy blue with blue velour upholstery.
Lot 15 - LONDON TROLLEY to suit 14.2 to 15.2hh; finished in natural
varnished wood and fitted with brakes. Needs completion
Lot 16 - SPINDLE-BACK GIG built by Mills circa 1900 to suit 13 to 14hh;
painted black and dark red with red lining, and cream upholstery on
spindle back seating. On 16-spoke warner wheels with Dennett
springs. With fixed shafts, mud guards, lamp brackets and metal
Lot 18 - DOG CART built by Prestige Carriages on stainless steel wheels.
Lot 19 - TWO-WHEEL EVENT CART built by Bennington on stainless steel
wheels in an unrestored condition.
Lot 20 - TWO-WHEEL ROAD CART recently restored, painted black and
gold with red lining. Highly decorated with spindle bench seat with
space beneath, curved mud guards, and initialled dashboard ‘K M’.
On iron shod warner wheels and fixed shafts. In show condition.
Lot 21 - LONDON TROLLEY to fit 12 to 13hh pony; painted dark blue with
red, yellow and cream decorations, with whitemetal furniture. On a
red undercarriage with rubber tyres and whitemetal hub caps. The
drop-down tailboard is supported with chain while the board under
the driver’s seat is sign written ‘General Dealer’. Comes with shafts,
lamp brackets and metal steps. In show condition.
Lot 22 - FLAT BED TROLLEY to fit 13 to 14hh pony, painted dark blue with
red and cream scrolling, and gold leaf fruit on the bench seat. The
dashboard depicts an urn in gold leaf and decorative scrolling to
match the tailboard. The shafts and undercarriage are painted pale
yellow with red and navy designs, with a box beneath. All the metal
work is whitemetal including the hub caps, rein rail and footrest. In
Lot 23 - LIVING WAGON maker unknown but built in Holt, Norfolk; painted
maroon with scalloped ribs abundantly decorated in gold leaf, red
and green, and bunches of grapes carved in the porch brackets.
Each corner of the roof has gargoyles in the form of lion’s heads with
waterspouts channelling the rainwater off the roof. The front door is
half glazed and fitted with a letterbox, the sides and rear have
shuttered windows painted cream with patterned glazing and fitted
with spindled cages for chickens with a pan box at the rear. The
undercarriage is painted cream with similar colours to the body with
English pattern iron shod wheels with leaf springs, screw brake and
steps. The interior consists of a chest of drawers, a bed with etched
mirrors either side and cupboards underneath, plus a Queenie stove
under a mantelpiece with an etched mirror. Like the exterior it is
covered in gold leaf, with scrolling, angels, and lion’s heads gargoyles.