Whatever happened to...Lincoln's Coronation Coach?



What exactly would you do if you found a rare replica of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation coach?
That was the dilemma faced by the City of Lincoln Council in October 2006 when the gold-gilded model – about a third the size of the original, was discovered in storage at Charlotte House, The Lawn.
Complete with footmen and 10 horses, the coach is believed to have been bought by the Nocton Estate from a shop in London who had used it as a window display during the 1953 Coronation.
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16 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 39
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