Leather case for cartridges. Interior in red felt.
Cartridge box in leather, interior in red felt with five independent compartments and silver fittings. Contains a lock with “TESA”, punching, no-contain a block key, a handle and a cowhide leather straps on the outside
Milord horse carriage from the 19th century, in original condition, signed by LABOURDETTE with a round box in a yellow filleted blue color, the upholstery is in blue cloth with a folding hood. Car to keep. 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 died in Paris in 1972.
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