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Purchased by Evangeline Harrison from Whites Antique Market Fulham Road,1960.
Originally green, it was restored and painted black with gold coach lines for her daughter, Emma.
Overall condition: Kept in a dry attic in London for over 30 years,
Carriage/ body work : very good
Paintwork flaked at footwell and scratched at handle end of carriage.
Carriage interior: leather fair good and clean with lid for footwell.
Chassis : paintwork good, small chips and scratches.
Wheels: rolled along the cobbles at photo event so metal
all good. Rubbers in white are in surprisingly good condition.
Middle handle intact. ends broken off and metal rod bent on one side
Exterior: Oil cloth with elasticated band.
Fabric exterior fairly good, worn at attachment to carriage. elastic surround; good
Interior hood lined white leather : needs a clean.
Carriage bed cover: oil cloth, needs a good clean
Recently creating new leather springs with the original buckles.
It also has it's original break clasp.
*Bracket: brass : possibly still up in the attic?