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  • Omnibus from the 19th century signed by LAPORTE MON BLIND, TOLOUSE.

    Omnibus from the 19th century signed by LAPORTE MON BLIND, TOLOUSE.

    Omnibus from the 19th century signed by LAPORTE MON BLIND, TOLOUSE; axles signed by the axle manufacturer LEMOINE, PARIS. In original condition. Box in green, black and red. The lower parts are combined red and black same as the filleting. Contains a set of lances and a lance to be able to hook it on stem or trunk, and it is complemented by five suitcases on the deck. It is pending upholstery restoration, but the exterior is in perfect condition, ready to be used. Carriage for the transport of passengers with cover for the storage of suitcases, accessible through the rear door. Longitudinal seats with two rows facing each other and glass windows. Guided from the davit and accompanies on the deck a seat that rests the feet on a board behind the davit.

    26.499,00 VAT included
  • Ómnibus del siglo XIX firmado por REYNÉ.

    Omnibus from the 19th century signed by REYNÉ. Omnibus from the 19th century signed by REYNÉ on the footlights and axles. In original condition. In ocher and black to be attached to the trunk or troika (triplet). Carriage for the transport of passengers with cover for the storage of suitcases, accessible through the rear door. Longitudinal seats with two rows facing each other and glass windows. Guided from the davit and accompanies on the deck a seat that rests the feet on a board behind the davit. Pedro Juan Reynés y Seguí was born in Palma de Mallorca at the end of the second decade of the 19th century. In 1838 he moved to Barcelona, where he took Francisca Gigi-Gast as his wife, and the couple settled in c/ Santana, in the Gothic bardo of Barcelona. Two years later he founded “Manufacture of Luxury Carriages”, a company dedicated to the construction of horse carriages, locating the workshop in the same place where they resided. Always up-to-date with the latest trends and anticipating new business opportunities, in June 1861 Reynés registered an invention privilege (former patent) for a new bus coach system. Reynes’ works were appreciated by all the Spanish nobility and bourgeoisie. Even King Alfonso XII himself was a client of the Catalan firm. In 1873 he would be given a Landau-type carriage as a gift from the Marquis of Mariano, when he heard that the monarch appreciated the work of the bodybuilder of Majorcan origin.

    22.721,11 VAT included
  • Horse collar tandem trim signed by Moirano.

    Horse collar tandem trim signed by Moirano.

    Horse collar tandem trim signed by Moirano in black cowhide with sheath pins, double brass buckle and monograms with linked initials and ducal crown hugged with belt. Red and green front with striped motifs, the inside of the collar is made of hazelnut cowhide (light brown) with measurements according to the attached photo. Complete packing in good condition to be used.

    18.615,39 VAT included
  • Pair of harnesses from 19th century made for Dina Vierny.

    Pair of harnesses from 19th century made for Dina Vierny.

    This fantastic collector’s piece was made in the middle of the 19th century by a French artist for Dina Vierny, one of the most famous art collectors in Europe. Dina Vierny (January 25, 1919 – January 20, 2009) was a French art dealer, collector, museum director, and former model for artists. Born Dina Aibinder, she was Maillol’s muse for the last ten years of her life. Matisse and Bonnard were other artists for whom she also posed for.

    Exclusive original trunk lining from the 19th century of coller in black cowhide and patent leather aged by the passage of time, half-point brass buckle and ducal crown monograms. Head collar with semi-square blinders, front with black and yellow striped motifs, and flat circular cucarda; Patent leather collet with brass-plated steel ribs with some damage to the knuckles. Measurements according to attached photo. Complete packing restored in good condition to be used.

    17.499,99 VAT included
  • Pair of harnesses from 19th century with semi-square buckle in alpaca.

    Pair of harnesses from 19th century with semi-square buckle in alpaca.

    Pair of harnesses from 19th century black with flat silver-plated buckle. Pair of harnesses from 19th century with collar in black cowhide and patent leather aged by the passage of time, semi-square buckle in alpaca and monograms with marks crown. Head collar halter with semi-square blinders, brow band with with triangular motifs in blue and ochre and circular crown piece; patent leather collet with with plated steel ribs. Measurements according to attached photo. Complete packing in good condition to be used.

    15.499,99 VAT included
  • Pair of harnesses from 19th century black with flat silver-plated buckle.

    Pair of harnesses from 19th century black with flat silver-plated buckle.

    Pair of harnesses from 19th century with collar in black cowhide and patent leather, flat silver-plated buckle and monograms with linked initials and crown. Head collar halter with square blinders and sheath pins, front with silver trim and circular crown piece; patent leather collet with leather lined ribs; over needle with patent leather flats and leather shirttail. Measurements according to attached photo. Complete packing pending restoration of some pieces.

    13.200,00 VAT included
  • Landau del siglo XIX firmado por GUZMÁN HERMANOS, MADRID.

    Landau from the 19th century signed by HERMANOS GUZMÁN, MADRID. Landau from the 19th century signed by HERMANOS GUZMÁN, MADRID. Axles signed by the axle manufacturer CHARLES VERMOT, PARIS. In original condition, with a black box and red trim, the upholstery is blue cloth with folding hoods. As a curiosity the axles of the carriage are signed by CHARLES VERMOT, PARIS; and also appears DEPOSITO, PERIQUET, MADRID. Carriage to restore. This is a carriage whose usual use was to go to the park, although it has other uses, since the most luxurious models are usually seen in large ceremonies and there is also a mode of travel. Those for city and park have the simplest suspensión of four springs; those for ceremony go on eight piers (sopandas); and those for trips on axles, front set and springs in mail-coach type. It is a carriage that must always be hooked at least to the trunk, although those for ceremony and travel can go with more horses. Its origin is from the German city of Landau, where its use began and hence its name. Its hood can be opened through the center of the roof and folds in half, forwards and backwards. The door panes can be raised and lowered inside the door panels when closed.

    13.014,23 VAT included
  • Coupé del siglo XIX firmado por J. ROTHSCHILD, PARIS.

    Coupé from the 19th century signed by J. ROTHSCHILD, PARIS. Coupé from the 19th century signed by J. ROTHSCHILD, PARIS. In original condition, with a black box filleted in red, the upholstery is in black leather with original gimps, contains a whistle and small mirrors, to be attached to a “limonera” box. Conservation carriage. The Coupé has its origin in the sedan, but with the box cut, hence its French name coupé (cut). It is a car with a box and rigid cover, with four wheels and a davit for coachman and footman. There are three modalities, the most common is the broughan, used in the city for short trips; the clarence, which is somewhat larger and is also known as a three-quarter saloon, because it has a rounded front part and allows a small seat facing the main one, and the D´Orsay, which is the most classy and luxurious, as it is suspended on eight springs (sopandas) with a beam that joins its two axes and always hooks on the trunk, not the other two. Jacques Rothschild & Fils, was a coachbuilder from Paris who founded the company in 1838, he was recognized for his exceptional workmanship, elegance, solidity and luxury of his carriages. He provided several foreign courses.

    11.550,13 VAT included
  • Milord del siglo XIX firmado en sus ejes por el fabricante de ejes CHARLES VERMOT, PARIS.

    Milord from the 19th century signed on its axles by the axle manufacturer CHARLES VERMOT, PARIS. Milord from the 19th century signed on its axles by the axle manufacturer CHARLES VERMOT, PARIS; round box in blue with golden ocher filleting, the upholstery is in blue cloth with a folding hood. Carriage restored in 2012 in perfect condition to be used. The Milord is a four-wheeled car with a square or round box and suspension on four springs and eight (in sopanda), and with a folding Hood. It has a seat for two occupants, frequently with a small folding seat called “mustache” in which they can sit two more people and which can be hidden under the davit. It is a carriage to be guided by a driver from the davit and can be hooked into a trunk. Jean Baptiste Labourdette (1826-1895), a French blacksmith from Béarn (Bearne), southern France. Moved to Paris in 1858 and established a workshop specialised in the construction of carriages. His son, Henri Labourdette (1855-1910) continued his father’s work contributing and making new designs in the world of carriages. His talent allowed him to be one of the most recognised builders. Thanks to his excellent reputation, Henri Labourdette had famous clients such as King Alfonso XIII, Empress Eugenie, numerous Russian princes or René de Knyff, director Panhard & Levassor. Henri Labourdette died in 1910, and his son Jean-Henri (1888-1972), aged 22, inherited the company that was already established in Spain and with a presence throughout Europe, including Saint Petersburg. Due to the outbreak of the Second World War, Labourdette ceased its activities in 1939. After the war it restarted its operations, but finally the firm closed in 1952, and Jean-Henri Labourdette

    11.427,77 VAT included