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A Detailed Oil On Canvas Painting Of The Royal Mail Coach To London From Edinburgh Painted By Phillip V Williamson The Coach Was Drawn By Four Horses

A Royal Mail Coach on a flooded road, James Pollard

A Royal Mail Coach on a flooded road James Pollard Reproduction

Mail Coaches On The Road - The Louth-london Royal Mail Progressing At Speed by Charles Cooper Henderson - Mail Coaches On The Road - The Louth-london Royal Mail Progressing At Speed Painting - Mail Coaches On The Road - The Louth-london Royal Mail Progressing At Speed Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Mail Coaches On The Road - The Louth-london Royal Mail Progressing At Speed Painting - Mail Coaches On The Road - The Louth-london Royal Ma.

Assets with mail coach

Assets with mail coach

James Pollard *The Liverpool and London Royal Mail Coach (1812)*

Thomas Sidney Cooper - The Liverpool and London Royal Mail Coach, 1812

The Royal Mail Coach on the Road, 1841 - John Frederick Herring Snr

The Royal Mail Coach on the Road, 1841 John Frederick Herring Snr Reproduction

кареты фото: 14 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

The state coach Britannia will be only the second carriage to join the Royal Family in the last 100 years which may one day transport Prince William and Prince Harry to their weddings The carriage is a gift for the Queen from Australia.

A 200-year-old Royal Mail coach known as 'Quicksilver' (pictured) because it travelled so swiftly on its route between London and Falmouth in Cornwall is going up for auction for an impressive £70,000

Last surviving Royal Mail coach goes on sale for £70,000

A Royal Mail coach known as 'Quicksilver' (pictured) because it travelled so swiftly on its route between London and Falmouth in Cornwall is going up for auction for an impressive

Taking sacks of mail on horseback after Royal Mail coach has broken down.  England, early 19th century.

Royal Mail pictures: an archive

Taking sacks of mail on horseback after Royal Mail coach has broken down.

Depicts a mail coach travelling through the countryside. The coachman greets a woman carrying a basket as they pass, and a small boy runs alongside.    Artist: Henry Alken Snr (possibly Samuel Henry Alken)    Date: Early 19th Century    Reference number: OB1995.520

Depicts a mail coach travelling through the countryside. The coachman greets a woman carrying a basket as they pass, and a small boy runs alongside. Artist: Henry Alken Snr (possibly Samuel Henry Alken) Date: Early Century Reference number:

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