National Coach Museum

The Collection


Clarence

City vehicle, offered by King Vitor Emanuel II of Italy to his daughter Queen Maria Pia, wife of King Luís I. The painted armillary sphere reveals that it was later used by the Presidency of the Republic. Builder: Cesare Sala of Milan.

Clarence
1
The body, black, has two lanterns and five windows.
2
The frugal appearance of the exterior, contrasts greatly with the polished finishing of the interior, in pearl silk capitonné and roll down blinds.
3
The suspensions are made of pincer springs in the front and semi pincer springs in the back.
4
The coachman’s seat is connected to the body and has a crank break on its right side.

Some Facts

  • Century
  • 19th
  • Vehicle
  • ceremonial
  • Work
  • Italian
  • Inv
  • V 0101
  • Dimensions
  • 380 x 185 x 210 cm

1 – The body, black, has two lanterns and five windows.

2 – The frugal appearance of the exterior, contrasts greatly with the polished finishing of the interior, in pearl silk capitonné and roll down blinds.

3 – The suspensions are made of pincer springs in the front and semi pincer springs in the back.

4 – The coachman’s seat is connected to the body and has a crank break on its right side.

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