A typical town carriage of the late 19th century, which the Imperial court put at the disposal of foreign guests for their private use. The carriage was driven by mounted jockeys and is thus without a box to impair the view. The lackey who opened the carriage door accompanied the carriage on the lackey’s seat at the back. (MKR)
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Wagenburg
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