National Coach Museum

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Clarence

Ceremonial vehicle, named after Duke Clarence, who was King of England under the name William IV. Builder: Gomes, a S. Roque, Lisboa 52.

Clarence
1
The body, black, two seats facing each other.
2
It has romantic style lancet windows decorated with a pleated sash and the door displays a Masonic splendour.
3
On the doors display Royal Coats of Arms and on the side panels the monogram of King Pedro V.
4
It has four circular lanterns.
5
It has a hanging footrest made of forged iron.
6
The front wheels display pincer springs.

Some Facts

  • Century
  • 19th
  • Vehicle
  • ceremonial
  • Work
  • Portuguese
  • Inv
  • 50863 PNA
  • Dimensions
  • 390 x 185 x 220 cm

1 – The body, black, two seats facing each other.

2 – It has romantic style lancet windows decorated with a pleated sash and the door displays a Masonic splendour.

3 – On the doors display Royal Coats of Arms and on the side panels the monogram of King Pedro V.

4 – It has four circular lanterns.

5 – It has a hanging footrest made of forged iron.

6 – The front wheels display pincer springs.

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