National Coach Museum

The Collection


Berlin of the Royal House

Ceremonial vehicle acquired by the Portuguese Royal House, most likely from the family Lencastre e Meneses because visibly the Lencastre e Meneses Coat of Arms is painted over the Royal Portuguese Coat of Arms.

Berlin of the Royal House
1
The closed body, in a semi elliptical shape, has green silk curtains.
2
Under the body there is a rectangular compartment lined in black leather to carry luggage. AND DID YOU KNOW... Its location, extending downward from the level of the shafts, provides greater stability to the vehicle.
3
The external panels are decorated with a floral border, with the Royal Coat of Arms in the centre, on a dark green background.
4
The interior is upholstered in velvet.

Some Facts

  • Century
  • 17th
  • Vehicle
  • ceremonial
  • Work
  • French
  • Inv
  • V 0035
  • Dimensions
  • 525 x 191 x 277 cm

1 – The closed body, in a semi elliptical shape, has green silk curtains.

2 – Under the body there is a rectangular compartment lined in black leather to carry luggage.

AND DID YOU KNOW…
Its location, extending downward from the level of the shafts, provides greater stability to the vehicle.

3 – The external panels are decorated with a floral border, with the Royal Coat of Arms in the centre, on a dark green background.

4 – The interior is upholstered in velvet.

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