Wed, 14th Oct 2015 10:30

Imperial War Museum Duxford

  Lot 26

Two Rolls-Royce Mascots

Sold for £900

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

To include -
1. A good nickel-plated bronze Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, as fitted to c1912 - 14 period 40/50HP Silver Ghost models, signed to the base by sculptor Charles Sykes with patent date 6-2-11, correctly featuring no under-wing markings and a hollow base. Offered in good condition. This is one of largest type produced for the 40/50HP Silver Ghost motorcars.
2. A Schneider S6B Seaplane mascot, as produced circa. 1929 period, having the correct two bladed spinning propeller, stamped Rolls-Royce to the wings, and bearing the maker's stamp AEL (Lejeune Limited) to the base area. Nickel-plated finish. Good condition.

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