Regency Era Research

Vauxhaul Garden [Photo credit: Wikipedia]

Vauxhaul Garden
[Photo credit: Wikipedia]

Writing novels or stories set in the Regency Era requires attention to detail.

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Regency Era

Regency Lexicon

1812 Young Ladies At Home in the Regency Era

1812 Young Ladies at Home
in the Regency Era.
[Image credit: Wiki Commons.]

Regency Life

Peerage / Titles

5th Position of Dance, Regency Period 1811 [Image credit: Wikipedia]

5th Position of Dance,
from an image showing all positions.
Regency Period 1811
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Entertainment / Art

Regency Weddings & Marriage

English Flintlock Blunderbuss [Image credit: Wikipedia]

English Flintlock Blunderbuss
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Regency Military

Regency History

Geography

Regency Places of Interest

Leeds Castle, Kent [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Leeds Castle, Kent
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Castles

Regency Appearance

Regency Clothing

Men’s Clothing

1813 Regency Dress [Photo credit: Wikipedia]

1813 Regency Dress
[Photo credit: Wikipedia]

Woman’s Clothing

Hats of the Regency Period, 1827. [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Hats of the Regency Period, 1827.
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Accessories

Hairstyles / Headdress

Coins

Famous People

Horses and Carriages

Transportation and Roads

Barouche, a four-wheeled carriage. [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Barouche, a four-wheeled carriage.
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Carriages

  • A Selection of Georgian Coaches
  • Carriages I
  • Carriages II
  • Coaches and Methods of TravelingInformative page about coaches and coachmen. How they were used and hired for use.
    • Four Wheelers: Phaeton, Barouche, Landau, Landaulet.
      Two Wheelers: Curricle, Cabriolet, Stanhope, Tilbury, The Dennet, the Coaching Life.
    • Four-Wheeled Carriages – Early open carriage – Chaise, Calash, Phaeton – Carosse, Carosse-Coupé – Landau – Four-Seater Closed Berlin, Berlin-Coupé, Berlin-Calash, Berlin-Phaeton, Berlin-Chaise – English Coach, English Coupé – German Travelling Carriage – Stage-Wagons and Stage-Coaches – Steel Springs. (Part V: The English Coupé or Post Chariot).
  • Georgian Coaches
  • Mail Coach
  • Postillions
  • Traveling Carriages