Description: Postcard of a blacksmith shop behind a black coach with two footmen, one driver, two passengers, and four horses drawing the carriage ridden by 2 men. At the bottom of the picture, the history of the coach is explained as such, " King William IV's Coach. This interesting specimen was used by Queen Adelaide, an aunt of Queen Victoria, and later was used as the state coach of the judges of Assize at Carlisle 75 years ago. Played its part in the Carlisle Historical Pageant, August 1928." On the back, it is written "At Gelina Green Scotland old blacksmith shop."
Contributing Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum