A Laundaulet, or Demi Landau


Feltons Carriages 1794

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This Carriage has the same advantage as the Landau, only that the number of passengers is proportionably less; but for convenience where only one carriage is kept, none exceed it if for country use. When a Demi Landau is used open, the common sort of coach-box is objectionable, being so high as to take away the prospect in front, which is principally obscured by the coach-man sitting there. A boot with a concealed chair or coach-box, when used as a Landau, answers best. The common coach-box may be added occasionally for town use, the same as to a Post Chariot; the mode of finishing will answer for any other description, except only the difference in price between a Post Chaise and a Demi Landau. First charge for a demi-landau £107 2s 6d [William Fenton, 1794]

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Dimensions 38 × 25.5 cm