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Cast iron and pressed steel, open Phaeton done in black with brown seat and yellow foot mat, red spoke wheels, drawn by white horse, seated lady driver. 16 1/2" l. All original, (Exc. Cond.)
As time moved on, Pratt & Letchworth changed with the times. The company produced less
horse-drawn carriages, and produced cast iron trains and fire station horse-drawn wagons.
This change was similar to what other companies were doing at the time.
PRATT & LETCHWORTH VESTIBULE FLOOR TRAIN
Largest of the cast iron floor train models and arguably the most desirable ever produced, this buffalo train, as it is referred, comes with locomotive, tender, buffet and large "Vanderbilt" coach, well painted in olive green, red roof, orange trimmed windows and black loco highlighted in gold, strong red colors. 56" overall length. Flaking to paint, break to one pole at baggage car.
Realized Price: $ 2655.00 USD
PRATT & LETCHWORTH LADDER WAGONEarly cast iron example, painted in open black frame with red sides and high bench seat, includes two replaced seated drivers, red spoke wheels, drawn by two white horses. 22 3/4" l. Horses, spokes and areas of wagon repainted.
Price Realized: $ 501.50 USD
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