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Carriages in Regency England http://www.lahilden.com/index.php?categoryid=6_articleid=79

Carriage dress ca. 1825-very elaborate hat-Regency Period

Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Phaeton – The Regency version of a sports car. A light, fast, fashionable four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses, usually driven by the owner rather than a coachman.

regency parasol

Victorian Horse Drawn Glass Coach Carriages

Costume Parisien 1818. Regency fashion plate.

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Victorian: 1898 #Victorian Brougham Carriage. This carriage is a very good fossil in the evolution from carriage to motor vehicle. It encompasses both the older elegance of carriages while coming towards a more minimal design which is seen much more during the popularization of the motor vehicle.

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brougham: -named after the first Lord Brougham who designed the carriage 1838-39; a four-wheeled close carriage adapted to either two or four persons having a curved opening underneath the driver's seat in front, able to turn in a narrow space. It is a one horse vehicle with varieties "single", "double" and "bow front".

Royal Carriage

Landau carriage, 1816. This convertible, four-wheeled carriage is drawn by a pair of horses or four-in-hand. It has facing seats over a dropped footwell.

Royal Carriage

Horse-drawn carriage

Phaetons became popular in the beginning of the 19th century, just in time for those regency romances. This springy, single horse carriages had huge wheels and were good for those country drives.


A Landaulet (the sporty smaller version of a Landau) with a new movable axle.