The collection of automobilia that is auctioned at 8 and 9 November in the Auto Museum Dr. is impressive. Carl Benz Ladenburg. With no less than 4168 - yes - lots, including numerous collector items. Ideal as a supplement to the collection, or as a decoration for the garage or storage space of your classic car.
The legacy of the Mercedes-Benz factory driver Eugen Böhringer is very special. The Stuttgart-born 22 January 1922 driver started his special career in 1954, with the bet that he would win the agility race of the automotive club in Untertürkheim in his class. Böhringer won ... and it would not end with that one win. In 1961 and '62 he won the Poland Rallye, 1962 the Rally Liège Sofia Liège. In 1964 he became overall champion at the GP of Argentina. The offered lots include his cups, numerous photo albums, passes, etc.
A separate catalog with a total of 287 Porsche racing and advertising posters will not only interest Porsche collectors. The designs that for the most part come from the collection of the Erich Strenger design agency are true works of art and timelessly beautiful. From the first advertising poster of the sports car manufacturer that had been based in Stuttgart for only one year until the 1990s, practically every advertising poster is in the extensive auction catalog.
The total auction offer also contains almost 450 different grille mascots, including oddities such as the Rolls-Royce 'Schneider Trophy', rare Lalique mascots of glass and many special examples from the 1920s and 1930s. A cross-section of the then worldwide success story to beautify your car or to personalize it with a special accessory outside or in addition to the unusual body designs.
Numerous memorabilia from motorsport of the past, such as racing helmets from Jim Clark, Prinz Bira or the racing overall of Formula 1 legend Francoise Cevert complete the offer.
The catalog is available online at www.automobilia-ladenburg.de or as a printed copy if you are still on time.
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