At Stratfield Saye, the Duke of Wellington’s country house, the stables are turned into a museum showing artifacts from the Duke’s life.
The star of the exhibit is, of course, the Victorianly-excessive funeral carriage.
But there were other pieces, too.
Wellington’s umbrella with a steel spike used in 1830 during the Reform Bill Riots when Wellington was not very popular with the citizenry.
A dispatch bag belonging to Joseph Bonaparte’s treasurer captured after the Battle of Vitoria
A feed bag
Record of feeding of horses (Copenhagen is listed)
Photograph of footmen in livery
Can you tell I’m still missing England?