Broad Term(s):


A coachmaker made coaches and wagons. A coach was a large kind of carriage.  In the 16th and 17th centuries, it was usually a state carriage of royalty or people of quality (still occasionally used, as e.g. the Lord Mayor's coach); now, usually, a large close carriage with four wheels, with seats inside, and several outside, used for public conveyance of passengers.

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