Skip to Store Area:

Magento Commerce

Master Carriage Builder Collection

Items 1 to 10 of 23 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction
Plan - Demi-Mail Pheaton 1/12th Scale
£6.10
Add to Cart
An aristocrat among sporting carriages, intended for use with at least two large horses.
A folding hood can protect the driver and passenger, but the dicky seat remains exposed to the elements.
Mail springs at the front. Stanhope at the rear, thus "Demi" mail. Learn More
Plan - Stanhope Wagonette 1/12th Scale
£3.65
Add to Cart
An attractive and practical carriage with ample space for six people.
The distinquishing feature is the spindled backrest, whilst this version also incorporated a patent lifting half front seat to allow easy access. Learn More
Plan - Dog Cart 1/12th Scale
£4.80
Add to Cart
A tradional style of Dog Cart, up to four people can be carried, seated back to back, whilst the ventilated body was originally intended to carry the dogs when out shooting.
This vehicle could be driven with a large single horse or in tandem. Learn More
Plan - Char-A-Banc 1/12th Scale
£6.45
Add to Cart
This would make a lovely subject for a model; quite easy because the flat-sided box body is straightforward to construct, but the seats and steps provide a lot of interesting detail.
A 1/12th scale model would be 15 inches long. Learn More
Plan - The Victoria 1/12th Scale
£3.75
Add to Cart
The Victoria was a favourite open carriage with the fashionable ladies who liked to take a daily drive in Hyde Park, and styles changed to keep in vogue. It is a rounded deep quarter type.
Having no doors the contruction is considerably simpler than that of the Landau. Learn More
Plan - Brougham 1/8th Scale
£8.50
Add to Cart
The Brougham was the most popular of the closed carriages in the 19th century, perhaps because it could seat up to four persons, yet be pulled by one horse.
Such vehicles were in use as family coaches , but in their later years many were fitted with a roof luggage rack and served on station cab ranks.
A full description is reprinted on the plan. Learn More
Plan - Old Times Gig 1/8th Scale
£6.60
Add to Cart
The Gig is classified as a two wheel, two seater vehicle and was produced in dozens of forms.
It was stated to be set up for fast driving, for which it was well adapted alike for the requirements of the practitioner, surveyor,or kindred professional men....
The description reprinted on the plan is very full, and explains the construction of a vehicle suitable for building by an amateur.
Shafts are sized for a 13 1/2 to 14 hand cob. Learn More
Plan - Large Wagonette 1/12th Scale
£7.15
Add to Cart
This wagonette has some distinctive continental features.
The transverse seat is supported on skeleton leg irons, so giving space to stow a large luncheon basket.
Fifteen people can be seated, and the wagonette would require a pair of 16 hands horses, or a four-in-hand team Learn More
Plan - Curricle 1/12th Scale
£6.10
Add to Cart
The Curricle was driven with two horses abreast, an arrangement known as a curricle team.
These dashing vehicles were popular in the early 1800's, and enjoyed a revival among the driving enthusiasts in the 1890's.
This was published in1895, but recalls the earlier style with a George IV pattern body, rumble seat for the groom and cabriolet springs. Learn More
Plan - Wagonette With Omnibus Hood 1/12th Scale
£4.80
Add to Cart
The addition of a hood resulted in a very practical all-weather vehicle, of the type commonly used as a private omnibus to meet parties at country railway stations.
A bench seat on the front of the roof gave a fine vantage point, and there was a rack behind for stowing the luggage. Learn More

Items 1 to 10 of 23 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction