Nodding Head Figurine of Victorian Coachman


A nodding head figure of a London coachman. He wears the overcoat and large rain hat typical of his trade. With a slight frown on his face he holds his hand out with a few coins in his palm he nods his head “yes, yes, yes” hoping for a larger tip. What makes this nodder so special is the humorous aspect of the figure. Made by Minton circa 1830.

H 7.25 in. x W 3.5 in. x D 2 in.





Nodders were first made in China in the 18th century. In the early 19th century they were still rare in England.

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