William Felton's book of 1794 laid out all the options for the prospective buyer.
Mr. Felton includes all aspects of coach building, from frames and springs to hammer-cloths and trimmings. It was this last that I personally found most interesting. One of the main figures of the plates shows a coach interior wall--one half left is trimmed in a basic manner, the other right in a more opulent style.
Fig 5 - is a spring curtain, which we might call a roller blind.
Fig 6 - is a festoon curtain, on the left plain and on the right ornamented. Felton states they are "of no utility".
Fig 8 - shows the Venetian blind which Mr. Felton highly approves.
Fig 9 - is the 'common shutter' which could be raised and lowered in the same way as the glass window, by a strap and loop.
There are chapters on lamps, wheels, and one on coach painting with wonderful details:
'Til next time,