Most recently updated on July 4, 2015

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Vintage 1921 Enzo Ferrari Targa Florio Alfa Romeo Advertisement
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Vintage 1921 Enzo Ferrari Targa Florio Alfa Romeo Advertisement

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Vintage 1921 Enzo Ferrari Targa Florio Alfa Romeo Advertisement

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Newly arrived Vintage 1921 Enzo Ferrari Targa Florio Alfa Romeo Advertisement

Vintage 1921 (!) Enzo Ferrari Targa Florio Alfa Romeo Advertisement.

This is an incredibly rare and VERY early Enzo Ferrari item!

Being born in 1898, Enzo took up an interest in cars at a very early age and after the death of both his father and his brother had to provide for himself and his widowed mother. After some mechanical jobs and having been declined a job at FIAT, due to lack of qualifications, he met Ugo Sivocci in 1919 who was a test driver at the Milanese car manufacturer CMN (Construzioni Meccaniche Nazionale) who were converting ex-WW1 militairy vehicles for civilian use but were planning to venture into more sporting cars.

Sivocci got Enzo a job at CMN as a test driver and it was here that Enzo ventured into his first automobile race, the Parma Poggio di Bercetta hillclimb on October 5th, 1919 where he came in 4th.

In 1920 Enzo would switch to Alfa Romeo and Sivocci followed suit and was hired to participate in the Alfa Corse team.

In 1921, still under the strict rule of Nicola Romeo, Alfa Romeo entered three cars in the grueling Targa Florio event.

The race was won by Giulio Masetti in his Fiat 451 but Giuseppe Campari brought his Alfa Romeo 40/60 home in third place. Sivocci and Enzo, both driving a modified "street" Alfa Romeo ES came home 4th and 5th overall.

With typical Italian flair, this vintage advertisement announces that Sivocci and Enzo came in first and second "overall for cars from Italian series production" (!) and Campari finishing "second overall in the Italian Racing Car class"(!) "Thus... Alfa-Romeo placed three cars amongst the top five".

Yes, Italian flair indeed...

This nicely designed ad, printed on blue paper, appeared in an Italian magazine in 1921.

A FANTASTIC period piece, that is exceptionally well suited for framing, from the early days of Enzo's career as a racing driver!

It measures approximately 28 x 17.5 cm or 11 x 6.9 inches.

Only 1 available.

1962 Enzo Ferrari signed L'Automobile

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1962 Enzo Ferrari signed L'Automobile

Here we have a 1961 copy of the Italian book "L'automobile, Storia illustrata dalle origini ad oggi di Gianni Marin e Andrea Mattei".

This book, issued in 1961 by Schwarz editore in Milano, Italia told the story of many car makes, illustrated by countless pictures.

Of course, Ferrari was amongst the makes that were covered.

In 1962, Enzo signed page 212 of this book, right next to a photo of him racing an Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 in the 1920's.

The book comes with a page from a notepad that says in French (we acquired this from the estate of a famous French Ferrari personality) that page 212 was signed by Enzo Ferrari in Maranello at the famous restaurant Cavallino, across the street from the Ferrari factory.

For the record: the book measures some 30 x 20 cm (or 12 x 8 inches) and counts 255 pages.

Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.

Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Booklet

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Newly arrived Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Booklet

Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Race Program.

The cover shows the start of the 1963 race with plenty of Ferraris hurtling down the start-finish straight towards the Dunlop Bridge.

It measures some 21 x 27 cm and counts 112 pages which are filled to the brim with information on the cars, the race and of course great period advertising.

The booklets also served as a ticket in the grand prize draw and, consequently, they were individually numbered with this being number 009204 but it might be a little late to claim your prize now...

It is in very good condition for its age and carries some notes on the individual contenders on the lap sheet.

The race itself was won by Jean Guichet & Nino Vaccarella in their # 20 Ferrari 275P (S/N 0816) with a total of 4695 KM to their name.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1964.

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet

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Newly arrived Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet

Vintage 1952 Le Mans Race Program.

Decent condition for its age with some visible wear & tear to the cover (see pictures).

The design of the 1952 program cover came from world-renowned motorsport artist Geo Ham who opted for the symbolic approach. The place is the the Esses with the major contenders (Jaguar, Aston Martin and Cunningham) storming towards the Tertre Rouge turn in controlled slides...

The race was won by Herrmann Lang and Fritz Riess in their Mercedes Benz 300 SL with a total of 277 laps to their name.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1952.

Only 1 available.

Jose Froilan Gonzales signed photo Ferrari 625 German Grand Prix 1954

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Newly arrived Jose Froilan Gonzales signed photo Ferrari 625 German Grand Prix 1954

Here we have an autographed photo of Argentinian Jose Froilan Gonzalez at the wheel of his Ferrari 625 during the 1954 Grand Prix of Germany at the Nürburgring.

This was to be a somewhat special race for Gonzalez but for all the wrong reasons...

In 1954, Argentina has a very strong team in Formula 1 with not less than 5 drivers bearing that nationality, out of a total on 23 drivers (Fangio, Gonzalez, Bucci, Mieres and Marimon). Logically, these drivers formed a closely-knit group within F1.

During practice for the 1954 Grand Prix of Germany at the Nurburgring in 1954, Onofre Marimon's Maserati failed to make a turn, somersaulted a couple of times ending upside-down and trapping the 30-year-old underneath it. This gave him the dubious honor of being the first ever casualty during a Formula 1 event ever.

Gonzalez was pretty shaken by the death of his fellow countryman and although he started the race, he was too emotional to make a chance at a podium finish so when the rear axle of Mike Hawthorn's Ferrari 625 gave up the ghost, Gonzalez was called in and handed over to Mike who managed to finish second behind the Mercedes of Juan Manuel Fangio.

This photo shows Gonzalez during the first 16 laps of the race.

It is a more modern print of some 15 x 10 cm (postcard size) and was signed by Gonzalez in his later years.

Gonzalez died in Buenos Aires at the tender age of 90 years old.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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Vintage 1966 photo of Ferrari 275 GTB 06785 at the 1000 KM di Monza

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Newly arrived Vintage 1966 photo of Ferrari 275 GTB 06785 at the 1000 KM di Monza

Vintage 1966 photo of Ferrari 275 GTB 06785 at the 1000 KM di Monza.

Here we have a vintage 1966 photo of 06785, the Ferrari 275 GTB 6C Short Nose of Siegfried Zwimpfer and Hans Illert during the 1966 1000 KM di Monza on April 25 of that year.

The photo shows 06785, which survives to this day in Sweden, while it is being overtaken by the Porsche 906 (S/N 112) of Dieter Glemser and Collin Davis.

Glemser / Davis would finish the race in 7th place while Zwimpfer and Illert finished in 17th place, 17 laps behind winners John Surtees and Mike Parkes with their Ferrari 330 P3 (S/N 0844).

The photo is vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the image was captured on film.

It measures some 18 x 13 cm and is in excellent condition for its age.

It does carry some notes and the stamp of Attualfoto, Bologna, on the back.

Only 1 available.

1984 Ferrari 288 GTO Anastatica Owners Manual

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Newly arrived 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO Anastatica Owners Manual

1984 Ferrari 288 GTO Owners Manual.

This is the semi-controversial "anastatica" owners manual for the Ferrari 288 GTO.

It is nicknamed "anastatica" as it is marked as such on the inside of the back cover where it says "Riproduzione Anastatica" which was merely a way to indicate the reproduction process that was used.

Contents-wise, it is exactly the same as the version with the red cover. We have found no "logic" (yet?) in which cars were supplied with which manual.

It contains 95 pages describing the owning, driving and (simple) maintenance of this Ferrari.

Contains the following sections:

  • General Specifications
  • Running Instructions
  • Lubrication and Maintenance Charts - Engine
  • Chassis Servicing
  • Electrical System

Languages: Italian, French & English.

No Ferrari Print Number but according to Michel Sauze's book, it was issued as a temporary manual in late 1984.

Contrary to the "regular" manual which was printed by Grafiche Rebecchi in Modena, Italy, this one is printed by Graphotecnica in Maranello.

EXTREMELY SCARCE!

Excellent condition, factory original NOS with a small spot on the rear cover.

Only 1 available.

1962 Willy Mairesse signed Ferrari Postcard

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Newly arrived 1962 Willy Mairesse signed Ferrari Postcard

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Willy Mairesse.

It appears to be the only Willy Mairesse dedicated piece of publicity material that the Ferrari factory ever issued and Michel Sauze determined it as having been issued in 1960.

Willy signed and dedicated the card himself on the front.

The text reads "A Sergio avec mes remerciements en souvenir du G.P. d'Italie 1962 W. Mairesse".

The text loosely translates into "To Sergio with my thanks as a memento for the 1962 Grand Prix of Italy".

Mairesse scored his second best place of his career during that 1962 Italian Grand Prix when he placed 4th in his Ferrari 156 Sharknose.

The image of Willy smiling is a rare one of the man that suffered from such deep depressions and who ultimately committed suicide in an Ostend hotelroom in 1969.

The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age.

There are only some very minor knocks to the left bottom corned as visible in the photos.

The rear shows the Shell logo, the Ferrari prancing horse, the Ferrari script logo and the text "Willy Mairesse".

Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.

Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

1969 Ferrari 212E Montagna Fold-Out Brochure / Poster

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Newly arrived Lorioli Ferrari key fob

Vintage 1969 fold-out brochure / poster for the Ferrari 212 E Montagna.

This is a great vintage piece that was issued by "AutoSprint" in late 1969.

It holds the middle between a "fold out brochure" and a "folded poster".

It measures ca. 12 x 9 inches.

The back lists the 1969 palmares of the car, driven by Peter Schetty in the European Hillclimb championship (winning all the events it was entered in and setting new records at all but one track...) and a picture + short bio of Schetty.

This then unfolds to twice the size, showing an analysis of the technical details of the car with two drawings.

This AGAIN unfolds to AGAIN twice the size (so 4 times the original size now!) and shows a ghost view of the car, drawn by Fabrizio A. Dell'Acqua.

This unfolds one more time (8 times original format now!) to show a great picture of the car in action, wearing race number 181 during its final race in the 1969 season and final race with Schetty at the wheel during the Ollon-Villars mountain climb in Switzerland on August 31, 1969, settling the 10-race championship in a record breaking 9 races.
Of course Schetty set a record time at this race and it would stand for an incredible 13 years, until 1982!.

So, in total this "inside" poster measures some 36 x 42 inches!

Only 1 available of course.

Vintage Original 1968 1000 KM di Monza Race Poster

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Newly arrived Vintage Original 1968 1000 KM di Monza Race Poster

1968 1000 KM di Monza Race Poster - Vintage Original.

April 25, 1968.

It measures approximately 34 x 47.5 cm or 13.4 x 18.7.

Mint condition for its age.

Great Ferrari 330 P4 motif with the winner of the 1967 event, the Ferrari 330 P4 (S/N 0856) of Chris Amon and Lorenzo Bandini in the background, another 330 in the foreground, an Alfa Romeo TZ and Porsches 906 and 910s.

The 1968 race was won by Paul Hawkins and David Hobbs in their Ford GT40 (S/N 1074).

In total, only 3 Ferraris were entered of which 2 have been positively identified and of which none made it to the finish...

# 41 - Ferrari 250LM - S/N 6167 - Paul Vestey / Paul Ridgway - DNF - Lost a wheel in lap 72 of 100
# 62 - Ferrari 275 GTB 6 Carb - S/N 06785 - Pierre Sudan / Cox Kocher - DNF - Broken differential in lap 42 of 1000
# 7 - Ferrari 275 P2 (?) / 330 P2/3 (?) - S/N unknown - Antonio Finiguerra / Giorgio Pianta - DNS - Fire before the start

Please note that this poster is as shown in the pictures and it has clearly lead a rough life... It has been taped to a wall (which has left tape residue), small parts are missing, text has been "repaired" with a marker etc. Just look at the pictures and you'll understand what we mean.

Nevertheless, or probably thanks to its rough appearance, it oozes patina, just like an old racing car, which gives it an unrepeatable charm.

We have adjusted the price to reflect its condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to prevent damage in transit.

This poster is VERY scarce and we only have 1 available.

1967 Le Mans 24 Hours Flyer - Vintage Original

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Newly arrived 1967 Le Mans 24 Hours Flyer - Vintage Original

Vintage 1967 Le Mans Race Flyer.

These flyers were handed out at the race to spectators to show them around the track.

These are pretty scarce as most of them did not survive the race.

The cover matches the 1967 race poster which shows a fantastic (but heavily retouched) view of the 1966 starting grid with plenty of Ferraris.

Mint condition!

It measures 5.4 x 8.4 inches and unfolds to 21.6 x 8.4 inches.

The race was won by Dan Gurney & A.J. Foyt in their Ford MK IV with a total of 388 laps to their name.

1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88

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Newly arrived 1965 Enzo Ferrari signed John Surtees Ferrari Card

1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88.

EXTREMELY RARE !!

This menu was issued for the lunch that celebrated the 90th birthday of the grand old man in 1988.

Definitely the scarcest of modern day (everything is relative!) Ferrari menu's.

The menu measures approximately 6.5 x 9 inches and folds open to twice that size.

Ferrari Print Number 508/88, issued in 1988.

Excellent condition !

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1968 Nürburgring 1000KM Rennen Poster

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Newly arrived Vintage 1968 Nürburgring 1000KM Rennen Poster

Official Poster for the 1000 KM Race at the Nürburgring, held on May 19, 1968.

It is in excellent condition for its age.

It shows the fantastic image of a Porsche getting airborne.

It measures approximately 29.5 x 42.5 cm or 11.6 x 16.7 inches.

The race was won by Jo Siffert & Vic Elford in their Porsche 908 (S/N 008) in 6 Hours, 34 Minutes and 6.3 seconds.

Only 4 Ferraris were entered for this race of which 2 didn't even start and the other 2 didn't make it to the finish...

# 30 - Ferrari Dino 206 S - S/N 006 - Hans Wangstre / Evert Christofferson - DNF - Engine Fire
# 63 - Ferrari 250 LM - S/N 6105 - Eric Liddell / David Skailes - DNF - Oil Pressure
# 29 - Ferrari Dino 206 S - S/N 024 - Alain de Cadenet / Anthony McKay - DNS - Engine
# 69 - Ferrari 250 LM - S/N 5897 - Jeff Edmonds / Chris Ashmore - DNS - Chassis

This is a scarce poster and we have only 1 available.

Original August 1953 issue of la Domenica del Corriere on the death of Tazio Nuvolari

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Newly arrived Original August 1953 issue of la Domenica del Corriere on the death of Tazio Nuvolari

Original August 1953 issue of la Domenica del Corriere on the death of Tazio Nuvolari.

This is a complete vintage August 23, 1953 issue of "La Domenica del Corriere" with great artwork of "Nuvola" on the front cover.

Nuvolari achieved his greatest successes driving for Enzo Ferrari in the pre-WWII Scuderia Ferrari, racing mainly Alfa Romeo cars. He is by many considered to be the best driver of all time, beating Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna by FAR...

This cover is also sold as a modern print but here you have the opportunity to acquire a 1953 vintage original.

It is in good condition but the (rope!) binding is extremely fragile and a number of pages have come loose as a consequence. This would make this copy extremely well suited to have the great cover framed.

It measures some 29 x 40 cm or 11.5 x 16 inches.

The inside contains a 1-page article on Nuvolari which is captioned (freely translated) "The man who knew no fear. The interesting life of Tazio Nuvolari".

Only 1 available.

Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze

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Newly arrived Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze

Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze.

Here we have a fantastic piece of Ferrari artwork by world renowned Ferrari sculptor and collector Michel Sauze.

It is an artist's proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture in "half-finished" form.

Instead of an exact scale model, this is a much more artistic interpretation of the iconic F40 shape.

It is believed to be one of the first to have been cast in this particular mold and and one half was left exactly as it came out of that mold while the other half of the "model" was cleaned and freed of "flow out"from the casting process giving a very artistic rendering of the F40.

Logically, this is much, MUCH, rarer that the regular completely finished version.

It measures a good 63 x 23 cm and is some 16 cm high. In Inches that is roughly some 25 x 9 and 6.3 inches high.

This piece of art is part of the, important, collection of a very good customer of ours and we have been asked to seek a new owner for it.

As a consequence, the price is strictly on application through THIS LINK

Only 1 available of this model but there are more sculptures of Michael Sauze from this series available from this collection.

Vintage 1950s 1960s Lorioli Alfa Romeo Lapel Pin

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Newly arrived Vintage 1950s 1960s Lorioli Alfa Romeo Lapel Pin

Vintage 1950's / 1960's Lorioli Alfa Romeo Lapel Pin.

This is a vintage cloisonné lapel pin, manufactured by Lorioli of Milano, Italy, either in the 1950's or early 1960's for Alfa Romeo.

It is NOT a pinback lapel pin but one that is to be worn in the button hole of the lapel.

The logo measures some 13 millimeter in diameter.

Only 1 available.

 

 

 

1957 Olivier Gendebien signed Ferrari Postcard

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Newly arrived 1957 Olivier Gendebien signed Ferrari Postcard

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Olivier Gendebien at the wheel of what looks to be a 250 TdF.

Olivier signed and dedicated the card himself on the front.

The text reads "A Primo Maffezzoli avec toute ma sympathy O. Gendebien"

The text loosely translates into "To Primo Maffezzoli with all my sympathy, O. Gendebien"

The image of Olivier with the bottle in his right hand while looking at what look to be some notes in truly iconic!

The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age.

There is some minor glue residue on the card and the remnants of having been stuck in an album for decades on the back.

The rear shows the Shell logo, the Ferrari prancing horse, the Ferrari script logo and the text "Olivier Gendebien".

Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.

Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage 1952 Enzo Ferrari Champion Spark Plugs ad with Alberto Ascari

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Newly arrived Vintage 1952 Enzo Ferrari Champion Spark Plugs ad with Alberto Ascari

Vintage 1952 Enzo Ferrari Champion Spark Plugs ad with Alberto Ascari.

This is a vintage 1952 Champion Spark Plugs advertisement, showing a proud and youthful Enzo Ferrari next to the Ferrari 500 Formula 1 car with which Alberto Ascari had just won the 1952 Grand Prix at the Nurburgring.

The caption reads "Brilliant Italian Race Car Manufacturer Pays Tribute to Dependable Champion Spark Plugs".

A GREAT period piece that is exceptionally well suited for framing!

It measures approximately 10.4 x 13.6 inches or 26.5 x 34.5 cm.

Only 1 available.

 

Original Art Print of Alberto Ascari winning the GP of Germany 1952 by Antonio de Giusti

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Newly arrived Original Art Print of Alberto Ascari winning the GP of Germany 1952 by Antonio de Giusti

Ferrari Factory Poster Alberto Ascari on Ferrari 500 on his way to winning the 1952 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring.

Artwork by Antonio de Giusti, a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari's and the man that was responsible for so much of Ferrari's hand drawn artwork for brochures etc. in the 1950's and 1960's.

Originally, Ferrari published this poster as one of a series that was bundled in the 1980 Ferrari calendar named "Ferrari Campione del Mundo".

Apart from the calendars, which are a very rare sight nowadays, also a limited number of each of the drawings was issued as an art print. This is one of those art prints and came from Antonio de Giusti's personal "stash".

These art prints do NOT carry a Ferrari print number.

It measures approximately 53 x 41 cm or 21 x 16 inches.

Only a few available.

This print will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

Set of 11 original Mille Miglia Posters 1993 - 2007

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Newly arrived Set of 11 original Mille Miglia Posters 1993 - 2007

This is a set of 11 (!) original event posters for the Mille Miglia.

It covers the following years:

  • 1993
  • 1994
  • 1997
  • 1998
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007

Each poster features fantastic artwork that is not done justice by the pictures here.

Each poster is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

When purchased individually, these 11 posters would cost you US$ 274.89, but as a set we can offer them for US$ 225.00, saving your close to US$ 50.00!

These posters will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.

1993 Mille Miglia Poster

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Newly arrived 1993 Mille Miglia Poster

Official Event Poster for the Mille Miglia 1993 which took place from May 13 - 16 1993.

Fantastic artwork by the renowned Enzo Naso that is not done justice by the picture here.

This is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.

 

 

1994 Mille Miglia Poster

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Newly arrived 1994 Mille Miglia Poster

Official Event Poster for the Mille Miglia 1994 which took place from May 5 - 8 1994.

Fantastic artwork by the renowned Enzo Naso that is not done justice by the picture here.

This is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.

 

 

1997 Mille Miglia Poster

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Newly arrived 1997 Mille Miglia Poster

Official Event Poster for the Mille Miglia 1997 which took place from May 1 - 4 1997.

Fantastic artwork that is not done justice by the picture here.

This is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.

 

 

1998 Mille Miglia Poster

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Newly arrived 1998 Mille Miglia Poster

Official Event Poster for the Mille Miglia 1998 which was held from May 14 - 17 1998.

Fantastic artwork that is not done justice by the picture here.

This is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.

 

 

2001 Mille Miglia Poster

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Newly arrived 2001 Mille Miglia Poster

Official Event Poster for the Mille Miglia 2001 which took place from May 17 - 19 2001.

Fantastic artwork that is not done justice by the picture here.

This is the official issue, measuring some 34 x 49,5 cm or 13.4 x 19.5 inches.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to reduce the risk of damage during transit to a minimum.