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Full text of "Carriages, sleighs, harness"

ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 

1856. TTJI? 1392 ' 

CARRIAGE 

CHWUHCES, # 

SLEICHS , 
# HHRHESS, 



30 • Waldo St., - 32 

WORCESTER, SUSS. 



OUR NEW NOBBY TRAP. 




The perfection of style, easy draft, and 
comfort. Rear seat is reversible or can 
be removed. 



THE FAMOUS ESSEX TRAP. 




The lightest running, most complete 
trap in the world. Easy to change from 
a two to a four passenger carriage. Easy 
riding. 



BRADLEY SURREY. 




A nice family wagon, two or four pas- 
senger, as desired. Short turn, side 
springs, leather lined. 



BEVERLY WAGON. 




The best all-round two seated wagon 
made. Canopy top or open. Side springs, 
leather lined, serviceable and cheap. 



DEPOT WAGON. 




For shore or mountain, will carry six 
people and trunk. Light running and 
handy. 

LIGHT TOP EXPRESS. 




Made in two weights and sizes. Neat, 
well made, low in price. Suitable for any 
light business. 



PIANO BOX BUGGY. 




For gentleman's road use. Low, light, 
and trappy, always in good form and right 
for any horse. 



ENGLISH SURREY. 




The latest. A buggy of distinct merit 
and convenience; easy of access, easy rid- 
ing, easy running; very stylish. 



MORRILL WAGON. 




A nice combination wagon suitable for 
business or pleasure. Hangs very low 
and rides easy. A general favorite. 



CONCORD BUGGY. 




A representative business wagon for all 
time. Convenient, cheap and good. All 
weights and grades. Specials to order. 



OLD COMFORT. 




Top or open. Very low and roomy, 
spring backs, shifting linings if desired. 



BAILEY SLEIGH. 




A standard sleigh of unquestionable 
lerit, strong, light and durable. 




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CUT* UNDER SURREY, 



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CANOPY QUEEN SA XON. 



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An ideal family carriage ; ample seat 
room ; high backs ; comfortable and easy 
riding. Extension or Canopy top. 



REGULAR SURREY. 



Light, very roomy, elegant in design, 
makeup and finish. A model carriage for 
general use. One or two horses. 




Graceful in outline, easy of access. Ex- 
tra high backs and comfortable seats. The 
handsomest pleasure carriage in use. 



OPEN SURREY. 



Very light and stylish. The popular 
New England carriage. Suitable for small 
horse. Extension or Canopy top. 



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Similar to regular Surrey. In favor 
where a top is not desired. Suitable for 
one or two horses. 



SPIDER PHAETON. 



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A gentleman's rig. Extremely stylish 
and nobby. Several patterns to order. 
Right for a large horse. 



PHYSICIAN'S PHAETON. 




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Practical, comfortable, serviceable. A 
splendid Doctor's Carriage. Easy to get 
in and out ot and very roomy. Good box 
room. 



QUEEN PHAETON. 



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STANHOPE BUGGY. 



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Suitable for ladies' use. New, stylish 
and pretty; high backs, low seats ; hangs 
low ; runs easy. 



S TA NDA HI) PHA E TON. 




Neat in design, always in good form. 
Thoroughly made ; satisfaction guaranteed. 
All sizes and weights. 




STANHOPE CORNING. 



1S93 Prize production. Very stylish, 
light and roomy. Splendid box room. 
Easy of access. Three or five bow tops 
as desired. 

GODUARD BUGGY. 





Has same general character as Close 
Top Standhope, but lighter and more of a 
summer carriage. Several new designs 
this season. 

REGULAR CORNING. 



Staple and reliable ; always in fashion ; 
the most comfortable buggy made. All 
sizes and grades in stock. 



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Extra light draft. Abundance of box 
room. Hangs low, and a general favorite. 
All sizes and grades. 



A splendid summer carriage; artistic, 
light and very comfortable; easy draft; 
can be used with one or two horses. 



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