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" In the imperial coaches no great magnificence was to be seen. They were covered over with red cloth and black nails. The harness was black, and in the whole work there was no gold. The panels were of glass, and on this account they were called the imperial... "
English Pleasure Carriages: Their Origin, History, Varieties, Materials ... - Page 38
by William Bridges Adams - 1837 - 315 pages
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A History of Inventions and Discoveries, Volume 1

Johann Beckmann, William Johnston (M. A.) - Inventions - 1814
...cloth and black nails. The harness was " black, and in the whole work there was no gold. " The pannels were of glass, and on this account " they were called...coaches. On " festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk " fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished " only by their having leather traces ;...
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A history of inventions and discoveries, tr. by W. Johnston. Vol. 1-3; 4, 2nd ed

Johann Beckmann, William Johnston (translator.) - 1817
...cloth and black nails. The harness was " black, and in the whole work there was no gold. " The pannels were of glass, and on this account " they were called...coaches. On " festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk " fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished " only by their having leather traces ;...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1819
...cloth and black nails. The harness was black, and in the whole work there was no gold. The pannels were of glass, and on this account they were called...coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distingnislied only by their having leather traces ; tmt...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 5

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1833
...princess, cost, together with the harness, 38,000 florins. Those of die emperor are thus described : " In the imperial coaches no great magnificence was...coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished only by their having leather traces ; but...
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A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume 1

Johann Beckmann - Inventions - 1846 - 518 pages
...coaches, composed of four boards put together in a clumsy manner. 1 Rink, Leben K. Leopold, p. 607. account they were called the imperial glass coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished only by their havingleather traces ; but...
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A Historical Account of Useful Inventions and Scientific Discoveries: Being ...

George Grant (author of Panorama of science.) - Inventions - 1852 - 251 pages
...The harness was black, and in the whole work there was no gold. The panels were of glass, and on that account they were called the imperial glass coaches. On festivals the harness •was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished only by their having leather traces ; but...
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The Great Industries of the United States: Being an Historical Summary of ...

Horace Greeley - Industries - 1872 - 1304 pages
...some points like our coaches of the present day, and were decorated in the same general style : — " In the imperial coaches no great magnificence was...coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished only by their having leather traces ; but...
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The Great Industries of the United States: Being an Historical Summary of ...

Horace Greeley - Industries - 1872 - 1304 pages
...with red cloth and black nails. The harness was black, and in the whole work there was no gold. Tin' panels were of glass, and on this account they were...coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguishe-i only by their having leather traces ; but...
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The Great Industries of the United States: Being an Historical Summary of ...

Horace Greeley - Industries - 1873 - 1304 pages
...some points like our coaches of the present day, and were decorated in the same general style : — " In the imperial coaches no great magnificence was...coaches. On festivals the harness was ornamented with red silk fringes. The imperial coaches were distinguished only by their having leather traces ; but...
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Report, Issue 1

Carriage-Builders' National Association of the United States of America - 1873
...be seen ; they were covered over with red cloth and black nails. The harness was black, and in the work there was no gold. The panels were of glass,...fringe. The imperial coaches were distinguished by having leather traces, but the ladies of the imperial suit were obliged to be content with carriages...
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