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Horse Drawn Equipment Old iron designed for the purpose of hitching up to a horse or a team. This old iron machinery may be used or demonstrated while hooked to an old iron tractor too.

Horse Drawn Equipment

An 19 century Dutch Horse Sleigh made by Carpenter and an Blacksmith


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Default An 19 century Dutch Horse Sleigh made by Carpenter and an Blacksmith

Like to share this one with all the horsestuff collecting Smokstakers.

Here we have an horse sleigh that was once made in the old Holland 19 century and design and made by an Blacksmith and an Carpenter.

It is very rough made but still very nice to watch.......
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Default Re: An 19 century Dutch Horse Sleigh made by Carpenter and an Blacksmith

Post an coople more pictures from other sides.

Some intresting things to notice.......


First,

The undersection of the stage coach chair is holding an part of iron that once belonged on an Amsterdammer sleigh.


Second,


The Bow statue is an Seahorse.
These kind of bow statues where also to find on the early Tikkers.



Wel the dubble inside seat chair looks realy elegant......
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