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pedestrianhobbyhorse

pedestrianhobbyhorse

Oh, ah, let em ring again, George Cruikshank (Servants ignoring the bell)

Hiring Servants in the Regency Era and Later

Oh, ah, let em ring again, George Cruikshank (Servants ignoring the bell)

The Dandy's Velocipede, 1818

The Dandy’s Velocipede Revisited: Regency Leisure

The Dandy's Velocipede, 1818

Decor To Adore: Royal Wedding Wednesday~ A Lovely Carriage Makes ...

Decor To Adore: Royal Wedding Wednesday~ A Lovely Carriage Makes ...

Curricle like the one Willoughby had when he drove off with Marianne, abandoning the picnic party.

Travel in Sense & Sensibility ~ Part V ~ Carriages ~ Regency Sports Cars!

Curricle like the one Willoughby had when he drove off with Marianne, abandoning the picnic party.

barouche from Austen.com

barouche from Austen.com

“A Pilentum” or “Lady’s accelerator”, 1820, from “English Costume for Sports and Outdoor Recreation” by Phillis Cunnington and Alan Mansfield

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“A Pilentum” or “Lady’s accelerator”, 1820, from “English Costume for Sports and Outdoor Recreation” by Phillis Cunnington and Alan Mansfield

This is a Tilbury such as the one Sophy stole from Cousin Charles. Curricles had four wheels.

This is a Tilbury such as the one Sophy stole from Cousin Charles. Curricles had four wheels.

Regency Fashion: Carriages, Coaches and the Barouche - Regency Reader

Regency Fashion: Carriages, Coaches and the Barouche - Regency Reader

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 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.

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