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Collecting Autographed Memorabilia

September 20, 2018

John Surtees Montage by Ken Dallison (2001), Autographed by John Surtees

Cataloging the History of Auto Racing, One Signature at a Time

If you collect autographs, at l'art et l'automobile, we have a good selection of photographs, prints, trophies, paintings, programs and other memorabilia that have been autographed by some of the most successful drivers, team owners, manufacturers and famous celebrities of the 20th century.  Enjoy looking through our collection and tell us which ones you would like to own.  Please Tour the gallery at arteauto.com, and perhaps add a piece to your collection.

Also, you should defeinately make sure to check out our latest Blog article.  This week we are republishing and article from Autoweek detailing a man who has just become the owner of THE Most autographs by Indy 500 drivers.  He has over 500!

For more great automotive artwork and memorabilia, don't forget to browse the many other categories on our WEBSITE.  Remember we also have many more items in our gallery, do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for something in particular.  

And as always, be sure to Like and Share on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, or share a photo on Instagram.  

All our best from the staff at l’art et l’automobile,

Jacques Vaucher


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