Lot 341 - EXERCISE CART to suit 14 to 15.2hh. Finished in natural varnished wood and black metalwork, with an adjustable seat covered in black leatherette. On pneumatic wire wheels painted yellow.
Lot 342 - RALLI CAR built by Dunstan of London circa 1900, to suit 14 to 15.2hh. Painted black and green with blue interior. The undercarriage is painted yellow and lined in black, with 52ins English pattern wheels with brass hubs, Dennett springs and removable height blocks. Fitted with mud guards, brass rein rail, metal steps and a whip holder. A smart vehicle ready to use.
Lot 343 - EXERCISE CART to suit 13.2 to 15.2 hh. Metal framed vehicle painted blue on pneumatic tyres.
Lot 344 - MILK FLOAT by Pickering of Liverpool to suit 14 to 15.2 hh. The body is painted dark brown and cream on a cream undercarriage with swan neck shafts. On 16-spoke Warner wheels with a cranked axle, and Dennett springs. The two seats, one of which lifts, are accessed via the rear door. Fitted with curved mud guards, side boards, brass rein rail, lamp brackets and a whip holder.
Lot 345 - MILK FLOAT by Orme of Leicester to suit 14 to 15hh. A carved panelled body in natural varnished wood on a green undercarriage with red lining. On 16-spoke Warner wheels, brass hub caps, semi-elliptic springs and a cranked axle. Fitted with shaped side boards and dash with a brass rein rail and lamp brackets. An adjustable seat is accessed at the rear via a metal back step and drop-down tail board. In show condition.
Lot 346 - GOVERNESS CART built by J. Parr of Southampton. Painted dark green with yellow lining/decoration, and green upholstered cushions and back rests. On 16-spoke wheels with brass hub caps and elliptic springs. Fitted with mud guards and lamp brackets.
Lot 347 - MARKET FLOAT built by J. Allkins of Birmingham. An original and unrestored vehicle with red upholstery. Two small rear doors allow access to the seats one of which is removable. On 16-spoke wheels with cranked axle, brass hub caps and Dennett springs with curved mud guards, lamp brackets and a small ornate rein rail.
Lot 348 - SPINDLE-SIDED GIG built by Ecton Carriages of Leek, Staffordshire to suit 13 to 14 hh. Painted black with yellow undercarriage, and black vinyl seating. On metal wheels and with swan neck shafts.
Lot 349 - RALLI CAR to suit 13 to 16 hh. Painted black with a varnished bench seat for two upholstered in black vinyl, and a rear drop-down tail board. On 14-spoke English pattern wheels painted yellow with brass hub caps and elliptic springs. Fitted with a curved dashboard, brass rein rail and lamp brackets.
Lot 350 - RAMBLER built by Ruskins of Morley to suit 13 to 16 hh. A metal framed body with yellow side panels, dashboard and wooden mud guards. The seating is arranged for four passengers with a front bench seat and two single rear seats all upholstered in black vinyl. On 12-spoke wheels with hub caps initialled 'R', a cranked axle and semi-elliptic springs. With fixed swan neck shafts.
Lot 351 - FARMER'S CART circa 1900 to suit 13 to 15 hh. Painted cream with slatted sides and black metalwork. On 16-spoke warner wheels with semi-elliptic springs. Fitted with metal steps, lamp brackets and a large curved rail fixed to the shafts.
Lot 352 - TROLLEY built by L.H. Welch of Glasgow circa 1920 to suit 14 to 16 hh. Painted red with cream lining. Comes with shafts. Unrestored.
Lot 353 - FLAT BED WAGON built by Amos of Hexham circa 1899; in its original paintwork and sign written 'L. Fenwick Esq. - Brinkburn'. On 12-spoke iron shod English pattern wheels. Fitted with a wheel brake and comes with shafts
Lot 354 - SHOW DRAY believed to be built by Hardman of Racliffe to suit single or pair; a smart looking Dray with a blue body and undercarriage painted with yellow linings and red detailing, and carved dub ends. Fitted with stained timber rails and a high driver's bench seat, at the back of which is sign written 'S. Whaite & Son'. The iron shod wheels are painted red with black and yellow lines, on decorated axles and semi-elliptic springs. At the rear of the vehicle is a small storage box and metal steps. The Dray is in good condition and ready to show.
Lot 355 - ITALIAN DONKEY CART, a very decorative continental cart painted with a base colour of dark red and ochre. Not an inch of space has been spared, with an array of intricately carved flowers, green dragons, faces on dub ends and sideboards depicting scenes outside a church and the 'Golden Tavern', topped with carved heads of characters. Panels on the axle show carved duelling scenes. The craftsmanship extends to the three-stud wheels where the spokes have been shaved and carved into flowers and painted with fruit and animals, the shafts reflect the same decorations. Measures approx. 87ins from back to tip of shafts, 36ins high, 32ins diam. wheels, 37¾ins shafts with 18ins between them.
Lot 356 - TRAINING/EXERCISE CARRIAGE of Continental build to fit full size horses single or pair; painted black with gold lining. With rear face to face seating, and front driver's and groom’s seats all covered in black faux leather, with space beneath for spares, etc. Fitted with a screw brake, whip holder and foot brake. The undercarriage is painted red with elliptic springs and all-round disc brakes. Comes with shafts and a pole.
Lot 357 - MARKET/FARM CART in very good condition, finished in natural varnished wood with black metalwork fittings and ribs. On 14-spoke, iron shod English pattern wheels with cream lining, and fitted with lamp brackets, metal steps and adjustable seating. It has been recently used and the photo shows it harnessed to a 16 hh Friesian.