Siver Holloware is a small, one-track horse-drawn carriage with a steep ascent.
The carriage is the largest carriage in England, and its name comes from its unique combination of shape, weight, and structure.
Siver was one of the most famous horses in English history, the first horse to run faster than any other horse in Europe, and the first man to cross the English Channel in his own carriage.
Sivers carriage was built at Heston Park, Oxford, in the 13th century.
In 1453, it was transported to Edinburgh for the royal wedding of Henry VII and his daughter Mary.
The carriages journey through Scotland and the Midlands is often described as the greatest of all time.
But Siver never made it.
When he was killed in 1463, it is said the carriage was abandoned in the wilderness.
Sever’s carriage is now on display at the Oxford Heritage Centre.
Sievington Holloware, on the other hand, is the oldest known carriage in the UK.
Built in the 15th century by a French immigrant, Sievingtons journey from Calais to the River Tame, took nine days, and covered 1,000 miles, according to Wikipedia.
It was one the first railway vehicles in Britain, and one of only two of its kind built by any European country.
Sievers carriage is also on display.
Siftington Hollowar, on eBay, has been listed as “a rare example of an eighteenth century carriage.” eBay says the carriage is owned by a former member of the royal household, and is in a private collection.
“The carriage was one part of the collection of a former king and queen and has recently been sold by its owner,” the listing reads.
“Sievington was a popular carriage for the King and Queen who toured the country in their famous carriage, Sievers Hollowar.” eBay has listed the carriage for sale with a price tag of $15,000, but the listing states that Sievingons journey is unknown.
eBay has also listed the carriages “history” on eBay as a “great carriage” and the carriage “exhibition of rare and valuable antique”.
It also says that the carriage “is a special example of a rare and precious antique.”
Sievingon Hollowar is currently on eBay for $9,995.
The sale will take place on Saturday, October 20, at the Henry VIII Museum, a five-acre facility that houses the collection and archives of Henry VIII.