This book is about carriages found in Argentine collections with a careful description of all carriages used in Argentina. Many of them were made in Argentina, others were imported from Europe and the United States.
The first part of the book describes the primitive carriages that were used in colonial times with many quotations taken from books written by English, German and French travelers.
The last part is devoted to exhibitions and the way carriages are harnessed.
|Sizes||23 × 25.5 cm|
|Cover||Hard cover, full colour|
The book explains the following carts and carriages: Litter, Primitive carts, Stage-coach, Travelling berlin, berlin coach, Omnibus, Roof-seat omnibus, Horse-car, Stanhope gig, Tilbury, Jaunting car, Cabriolet, Two-wheel dog car, Sulky, Sulky from Luján, Tiger Sulky, Cocking cart, Curricle, Meadowbrook cart, Charrette, Amansadora, Skeleton buggy, Ralli car, High box-seat break, Skeleton break, Wagonette break or farm brea, Body break, Londsdale break, Break de chasse or shooting break, Dog-cart break, Omnibus break, Roof-seat break, Mail break, Americana, Volanta, Phaeton, Light phaeton, Mail phaeton, Spider phaeton, Double phaeton, Petit-duc, Sociable, Vis à vis, Vis à vis pony phaeton, Surrey, Char-à-banc, Four-wheeled dog cart, Rockaway, Buggy, Tonneau, Basket, Trap, Coupé ,Coupé d’Orsai, Brougham, Landaulet or landolet, Landau, Five-glass landau, Travelling landa, Hansom cab, Victoria and mylord, Barouche, Park drag, Small carriages for children, Hearse, Stakes’ car, Tropero cart, Settlers’ wagon, The big wagon, Sporting carriages.