A Conestoga Horse Drawn Wagon,
one of the most popular forms of heavy duty horse drawn haulage vehicles from the 18th and 19th centuries. Conestoga takes its name from The Conestoga River which flows through Lancaster County in Pennsylvania.
This example no longer has its bows or the canvas covered top which is normally associated with the design. It has clearly been repainted in a basic fashion at some point and would have been exhibited at the Frontier Village Museum in the 1960s. In recent years it has remained stored indoors at the Cox Property in Cape May.
Offered on a Bill of Sale.