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Goldsworth Gurney's Steam Carriage is well known. This web site presents the images held by the Virtual Steam Car Museum. The Museum invites a qualified historian to contribute more information. Until them, visit Goldsworthy Gurney on Wikipedia.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Cariage, The Mirror, December 15, 1827, pp. 395 - 397 Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Cariage, The Mirror, December 15, 1827, pp. 395 - 397

Goldswortys Gurney's Steam Carriage found space in the December 15, 1827 issue of The Mirror, Vol. X, No. 287, pages 395 - 395.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Cariage, The Mirror, September 26, 1829, pp.  193 - 196 Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Cariage, The Mirror, September 26, 1829, pp.  193 - 196 Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Cariage, The Mirror, September 26, 1829, pp.  193 - 196

On September 26, 1829, "Gurney's Improved Steam Carriage" found space in The Mirror, Vol. XIV, No. 392, pages 193 - 196.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage Print, PYALL, Scuplt, Thomas Mc Lean Publisher

This engraving of Goldsworthy Gurney's Steam Carraige was prined about 1828 - 1830. It has been widely reproduced.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage ca: 1945 Reproduction Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage ca: 1945 Reproduction Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage ca: 1945 Reproduction

This is one of several reproductions of the Goldsworthy Gurney's Steam Carraige engraving of about 1828 - 1830.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, BILDERBUCH, German & French, ca: 1829 - 1830 Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, BILDERBUCH, German & French, ca: 1829 - 1830 Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, BILDERBUCH, German & French, ca: 1829 - 1830

This postcard shows Gurney's Steam Carriage.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage  Gum Card

This bubble gum card illustrates the Gurney's Steam Carriage and lists its date as 1828. It is one of a series of bubble gum card images showing such early steam vehicles as Murdock's Steam Carriage, Cugnot's, and Patas.

Gurney's Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, unidentified magazine image

Gurney's Steam Carriage has been widely illustrated. This image of an earlier print appeared in an unidentified publication about 1930. Someone has typed I829 as the date. The print is identified as a Photo from the collection of Arthur Ackerman and Sons.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Mack Bus Postcard Front.e Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Mack Bus Postcard , Reverse

This image of Gurney's Steam Carriage is vague about its name, only identifying iat as 1828 with a description taken from an original print. This card is part of an advertising series for The Mack Bus.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Postcard Front Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Postcard , Reverse

This postcard shows Gurney's Steam Carriage, but has reverse the image found on the 19th century print. It has taken some liberties with that illustration.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Postcard , Front Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, England, ca: 1828, Postcard , Reverse

This postcard shows Gurney's Steam Carriage.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, Science Museum Post Card, Front Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, Science Museum Post Card,  Reverse

This postcard shows Gurney's Steam Carriage.

Goldsworthy Gurney Steam Carriage, 20th century print, Front

This postcard shows Gurney's Steam Carriage.

The Progress of Seam, 1828, Cartoon by S. and J. Fuller, Postcard, Westminster Libraries Archive, front The Progress of Seam, 1828, Cartoon by S. and J. Fuller, Postcard, Westminster Libraries Archive,  Reverse

Gurney's Steam Carriage inspired this cartoon engraving by S. Nd J. Fullein in 1828. This postcard reproduction was made by the Westminster City Libraries Archive Department. The Virtual Steam Car Museum would like to obtain an original engraving.

Goldsworthy Gurney's Steam Carriage Card, Brooke Bone Tea Company, Front Goldsworthy Gurney's Steam Carriage Card, Brooke Bone Tea Company, Reverse

The Brooke Bone Tea Company produced a series of advertising cards depicting early vehicles, including Goldsworthy Gurney's Steam Carriage.

Gurney Steam Carriage Print

This early lithograph is the work of John Doyle, the famous 19th century political cartoonist. It is inscribed as follows:

J. Doyle, Delt et Lithog Printed by C. Hodb???

A Sketch of Mr. Gurney's New Steam Carriage. As it appeaered in Hounslow on the 12th of August with a Barouche attached containing the Duke of Wellington and other persons of distinction.

Lady "Near-side" The Honorable Mrs. Arbuthnot Lady "Off-side" Mrs. Mayberly Gentleman on Back Seat Lord Fitzroy Somerset Gentleman standing Duke of Wellington Gentlemen, &c on Box Seat Mayor Londonderry & Two Sons

Supper Tray, American Art Works, Inc., Coshocton, Ohio, Fanciful English Steam Carriages, Front Supper Tray, American Art Works, Inc., Coshocton, Ohio, Fanciful English Steam Carriages, Reverse

These two trays, ca: 1950s, carry the following inscription: "Social Supper Trays American Art Works, Inc. Coshocton, Ohio Water & Alcohol Proof Highly Chip Resisting."

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