This carriage was built for Prince Leopold of Bourbon-Salerno, a son-in-law of the Emperor Franz I. As he was rather corpulent, his hunting carriage was equipped with a revolving seat: he was thus able to kill the game being driven towards him without having to move from his seat. (MKR)
um 1820, unter Verwendung älterer Teile (Vordergestell um 1780)
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Wagenburg
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