Sculptures and Prices

£100
32x 15x 10cm
 
Delage
 
Delage 21CV V12 from 1923
 
 
£150
40x 20x 15cm
 
 
Count Giulio
 
Count Giulio in his 4.5litre Mercedes winning the 1914 ACF Grand Prix
 
 
 £100
28x14x8cm 
 
Going for Glory                                                   
 
 
 £175
50x20x12cm
 
Attacking the Corner
 
Louis Chirron in his Lago-Talbot goes on to victory in the French Grand Prix at Reims in July 1949
  
 
£250
53x 27x 14cm
 
The Magic of Malcolm Campbell
 
Brooklands 1932, Malcolm Campbell at the wheel of a Sunbeam V12
 
 
 
£500
53x 25x30cm
 
The Monaco Grand Prix
 
German driver Rudolf Caracciola tackling the famous Lowe`s Hairpin at the 1929 Monaco Grand Prix
 
 
 
£250
40x22x13cm
 
Auto Union
 
Bronze surface finish
 
 
 
 
£250
40x22x13cm
 
Alfa
 
Bronze surface finish
  
  
£250
40x22x13cm
 
Bugatti
 
Bronze surface finish
 
 
£600
                                                               Set of 3, see sizes above
Wheel to wheel
 
1934 French Grand Prix at Montlhery. The eventual winner Lois Chiron vieing with Auto Union's  Hans Stuck and Rene Dreyfus in the Bugatti.
 
Bronze surface finish
  
£450
57x36x18cm
 
Vanishing Point
 
ACF Grand Prix 1922.The Bugatti of Pierre De Vizcaya challenging Felice Nazzaro in his Fiat. Nazzaro went on to win.
 
 
£450
43x36x20cm
 
The 1953 French Grand Prix
 
This sculpture depicts the incredible duel between Juan Manuel Fangio in the Masearti and Mike Hawthorn in the Ferrari, with future world champion Ascari.
 
Aluminium Finish                                                                       
 
 
£600
47x40x18cm
 
Brooklands Banking
 
Evocative portrayal of the daunting Brooklands banking with two cars 'dicing' on the top of the banking.
 
Finished in bronze effect                                                             
                                                                                               
                     
£500
49x38x31cm
 
On the Edge
 
Powering through the Italian mountains during the Mille Miglia
 
  
£750
59x 51x 16cm
 
Bentley versus The Blue Train
 
The famous 'Blue train special', the Woolf Barnato owned Speed Six Bentley designed and built by Gurney Nutting raced the Blue Train Express  from Cannes to Calais. The Bentley was victorious.
 
£700 SOLD
 
 
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