Autographs

Jim Clark and Graham Hill 195 signed Indianapolis Booklet
Jim Clark and Graham Hill 195 signed Indianapolis Booklet

Highly collectable BARC booklet which is from the evening of July 14th. 1965 when Jim Clark and Colin Chapman were presented with Gold medals to acknowledge their outstanding achievement in winning the 1965 Indianapolis 500 race. Very clearly signed in black pen by both Jim Clark and Graham Hill, this is an outstanding and extremely [...]

Ayrton Senna Signed Photograph
Ayrton Senna Signed Photograph

Black and white photograph with fine autograph of Ayrton Senna dated 1991 14.5 cm x 19.5 cm together with accompanying letter from then F1 Racing Editor Denis Jenkinson for Motor Sport magazine who obtained the autograph in Monaco. One of the finest Senna signed items, with impeccable provenance, to come on the market in recent [...]

Jim Clark signed menu
Jim Clark signed menu

Original Jim Clark signed menu. Scottish Motor Racing Club 1965 Clear signature in blue fountain pen. Price : £

Jesse Alexander – Looking Back – multiple autographs
Jesse Alexander - Looking Back - multiple autographs

“Looking Back” is a book of Jesse Alexander’s photographs spanning the adventurous years between 1954 and 1967. This book was published in 1982. The copy we have for sale is very special as it is signed as follows : Jacky Ickx, Jack Brabham, Derek bell, Brian Redman, Dieter Quester, Jackie Oliver, Jean-Pierre Jabouille, Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, [...]

Peter Collins signed book – Juan Manuel Fangio biography by Molter
Peter Collins signed book - Juan Manuel Fangio biography by Molter

A unique book hand signed by Peter Collins with a fascinating provenance, Juan Manuel Fangio by Gunther Molter – 1956 Signed by Peter Collins at the 1958 Daily Express International Trophy which he won. Book owned by Trevor Morgan who did research fro Chris Nixon on the Mon Ami Mate Book Morgan had the book [...]

SOLD – Ecurie Ecosse driver Leslie Thorne ephemera
SOLD - Ecurie Ecosse driver Leslie Thorne ephemera

Leslie Thorne was an accountant whose brief circuit racing career included a world championship appearance. First seen on British hill climbs and in trials during the 1930s, the Scot resumed his hobby after the war. He switched to 500cc Formula 3 in 1953 with a Cooper MkVI-Norton – racing almost exclusively in Scotland. His friend [...]