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Rice & Harrison

Paradebob

New Member
Here in Tucson, Arizona we have a large horse-drawn vehicle collection of over 200 pieces. We have a coach, Tally Ho style, which has axles marked RICE & HARRISON, Birmingham, England. We're uncertain if this firm made the coach, as well.
Any links that could help us in the search would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you
Bob Stewart
TUCSON RODEO PARADE MUSEUM (www.TucsonRodeoParade.org)
 

Pedrocut

Master Barmy
Might be Grice and Harrison...

January 1876, John Grice, Grice and Harrison patent for improvements in axles for carriages.
 
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