|Gallery Addition: Thrupp & Maberly Ltd.|
Another British coachbuilder has just been added to our Coachbuilders Gallery: the famous Thrupp & Maberly company. Go check it out!
Thrupp and Maberly Ltd. was formed in 1858 by a merger of the carriage builders Joseph Thrupp and George Maberly. Charles Thrupp and Co. had been building coaches in London since 1760 and the Maberly family had been in the leatherworking trade for several generations. They became curriers (the skilled craft which makes the tanned hides fit for use) and also started a coachpainting business.
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