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© 2012 LAM Design  Gulf

© 2012 LAM Design Gulf

Géo Ham- The Forgotten Prince Of Speed (France 1900-1972) George Hamel, better known as Geo Ham, was one of the most well known and best loved of the poster illustrators between the wars. His Monaco posters from the thirties and forties are probably his best known work, and are still among the most popular of the reproduction vintage motor racing poster market. Original prints of these posters sell through major auction houses and fetch prices of tens of thousands of pounds.

Géo Ham- The Forgotten Prince Of Speed (France 1900-1972) George Hamel, better known as Geo Ham, was one of the most well known and best loved of the poster illustrators between the wars. His Monaco posters from the thirties and forties are probably his best known work, and are still among the most popular of the reproduction vintage motor racing poster market. Original prints of these posters sell through major auction houses and fetch prices of tens of thousands of pounds.

PEL218: '1972 Le Mans 24 Hours' by Dexter Brown - Vintage car posters - Art Deco - Pullman Editions - Ferrari

PEL218: '1972 Le Mans 24 Hours' by Dexter Brown - Vintage car posters - Art Deco - Pullman Editions - Ferrari

Psicodelia (Porsche 917)

Psicodelia (Porsche 917)

JORDAN 191 - Possibly the most perfectly shaped/liveried F1 car of all time...

JORDAN 191 - Possibly the most perfectly shaped/liveried F1 car of all time...

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A painting showing the Ferraris that came in 1-2-3 at Daytona in 1967. One of the drivers, Mike Parkes, commissioned a painting showing the three Ferraris crossing the finish line and gave it to Enzo Ferrari where it hung in his office until his death.

A painting showing the Ferraris that came in 1-2-3 at Daytona in 1967. One of the drivers, Mike Parkes, commissioned a painting showing the three Ferraris crossing the finish line and gave it to Enzo Ferrari where it hung in his office until his death.

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