National Coach Museum

The Collection


Calash

Promenade vehicle ordered by the Royal Family, which in 1910 is placed at the service of the Presidency of the Republic, and therefore displays the armillary sphere. Builder: Mulbacher of Paris.

Calash
1
The body is shaped like a boat with a folding hood and four seats inside facing each other.
2
The suspension is made of elliptical springs and C-shaped springs.
3
The coachman’s seat is raised.
4
In the back there is a seat for the groom, with access to the crank break.
5
The wheels are covered in rubber.
6
It has a folding footstep.

Some Facts

  • Century
  • 19th
  • Vehicle
  • promenade
  • Work
  • French
  • Inv
  • 115 MNC
  • Dimensions
  • 400 x 190 x 235 cm

1 – The body is shaped like a boat with a folding hood and four seats inside facing each other.

2 – The suspension is made of elliptical springs and C-shaped springs.

3 – The coachman’s seat is raised.

4 – In the back there is a seat for the groom, with access to the crank break.

5 – The wheels are covered in rubber.

6 – It has a folding footstep.

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