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Motor Industry Collection

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Rover Cars, 1927

Advert for Rover Cars, 1927. A print from Illustrated London News, 22nd January 1927

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Dupont's camping auto, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Dupont's camping auto, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Dupont's camping auto, between c1910 and c1915. Shows a Stoddard-Dayton camping car built for engineer and politician Thomas Coleman du Pont (1863-1930)

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Henry Ford, American car manufacturer, with two of his cars, USA, 1924

Henry Ford, American car manufacturer, with two of his cars, USA, 1924. Ford (1863-1947) with his first car and his 10 millionth, a Model T. Over 15 million Model Ts were built between 1908 and 1927

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Automobile workers playing bingo at a carnival at Dearborn, Michigan, USA, c1938

Automobile workers playing bingo at a carnival at Dearborn, Michigan, USA, c1938. Dearborn is the site of the Ford Motor Companys River Rouge Complex plant, built between 1917 and 1928

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Enter the new Ford, New York City, USA, 1927

Enter the new Ford, New York City, USA, 1927. Henry Ford (1863-1947), founder of the Ford Motor Company, Tex Rickard (1870-1929)

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Head office and works of Joseph Lucas, Great King Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, 1961

Head office and works of Joseph Lucas, Great King Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, 1961. Taken from an artists impression

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Park Ward and Co car coachwork, 1937

Advert for Park Ward and Co car coachwork, 1937. A print from The Motor, 4th May 1937

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Packing section, International Harvester tractor factory, Doncaster, South Yorkshire 1966

Packing section, International Harvester tractor factory, Doncaster, South Yorkshire 1966. Partly assembled tractors being packed for export

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Exterior of kiln and mill building, West End Plant, Fisher Body Company, Detroit, Michigan, 1923

Exterior of kiln and mill building, West End Plant, Fisher Body Company, Detroit, Michigan, 1923. Fisher Body was an automobile coachbuilder which became a division of General Motors in 1926

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: At an automobile exhibition, Agricultural Hall, Islington, London, 1902 (1903)

At an automobile exhibition, Agricultural Hall, Islington, London, 1902 (1903). A motor show organised by the Automobile Club of Great Britain. From Living London, Vol. III, by George R. Sims

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Bleriot headlamps, c1905. Artist: Philippe Chapellier

Advertisement for Bleriot headlamps, c1905. Artist: Philippe Chapellier
Advertisement for Bleriot headlamps, c1905

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Yacco motor oil, c1937

Advertisement for Yacco motor oil, c1937. Poster featuring a world record-breaking Matford car driven by an all-woman team at the Montlhery motor racing cicuit near Paris in May 1937

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for all-steel Citroen cars, c1924

Advertisement for all-steel Citroen cars, c1924

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Buchet cars, c1910s

Advertisement for Buchet cars, c1910s

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Hurtu cars and bicycles, c1900s

Advertisement for Hurtu cars and bicycles, c1900s

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Yacco motor oil, 1936

Advertisement for Yacco motor oil, 1936. A motorcycle and sidecar that completed the journey from Budapest to Paris in under 24 hours, quicker than the Orient Express

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Isoflamme fire extinguishers, 1913. Artist: Louis Houpin

Advertisement for Isoflamme fire extinguishers, 1913. Artist: Louis Houpin
Advertisement for Isoflamme fire extinguishers, 1913

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for the Second Swiss National Car and Bicycle Exposition, Geneva, 1906

Advertisement for the Second Swiss National Car and Bicycle Exposition, Geneva, 1906

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Hurtu cars, c1896

Advertisement for Hurtu cars, c1896. Hurtu began manufacturing Leon-Bollee tricars under licence in 1896

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for the Automobile Club de Frances International Automobile Exposition, 1899

Advertisement for the Automobile Club de Frances International Automobile Exposition, 1899

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for C Foulons Garage, Bar-le-Duc, France, c1900

Advertisement for C Foulons Garage, Bar-le-Duc, France, c1900

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Houdaille car suspension, c1900

Advertisement for Houdaille car suspension, c1900

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Clement-Bayard cars, c1905

Advertisement for Clement-Bayard cars, c1905

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Luxior cars, c1912-1914

Advertisement for Luxior cars, c1912-1914

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advertisement for Fouillaron cars, c1900s

Advertisement for Fouillaron cars, c1900s

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Mormon Meteor (A Jenkins), 1938

Mormon Meteor (A Jenkins), 1938. The Mormon Meteor I and III were two land speed record cars built in the 1930s by David Abbott Ab Jenkins (1883-1956). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Artists: George Eyston, Unknown

Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Artists: George Eyston, Unknown
Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Speed of Wind was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills

Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills
Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Thunderbolt was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Lord Wakefield of Hythe, 1935

Lord Wakefield of Hythe, 1935. Charles Wakefield, 1st Viscount Wakefield (1859-1941). Wakefield patented the Wakefield lubricator for steam engines in the 1890s

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Testing engines in an automobile factory, Detroit, Michigan, USA, 20th century

Testing engines in an automobile factory, Detroit, Michigan, USA, 20th century. Artist: Keystone View Company
Testing engines in an automobile factory, Detroit, Michigan, USA, 20th century. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Cartoon of Managing Director William E Bullock, Singer & Company Ltd?

Cartoon of Managing Director William E Bullock, Singer & Company Ltd?
Cartoon of William E Bullock, Managing Director of Singer & Company Ltd, c1930s(?). Bullock became chairman of the car manufacturing company in 1933 but left three years later after merger talks with

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Singer car showroom, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago, 1931

Singer car showroom, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago, 1931. The photograph was taken during a Cunard Line cruise to the West Indies between January and March 1931

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Wilbur Wright, American aviator, and Leon Bollee, French inventor and car manufacturer, 1908

Wilbur Wright, American aviator, and Leon Bollee, French inventor and car manufacturer, 1908. The pair are photographed outside Bollees factory

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Cabs, 1903. Artist: Spy

Cabs, 1903. Artist: Spy
Cabs, 1903. Charles Chetwyn-Talbot, 20th Earl of Shrewsbury, who founded a company Clement-Talbot to import French Clement cars into Britain. He gave his name to the Talbot car marque

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for the Overland Whippet Collegiate Roadster car, 1927

Advert for the Overland Whippet Collegiate Roadster car, 1927. A print from the Ladies Home Journal, July 1927

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Dodge cars, 1931

Advert for Dodge cars, 1931. A print from The Ladies Home Journal, July 1931

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Oldsmobile car advert, 1911

Oldsmobile car advert, 1911

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Packard car advert, 1930

Packard car advert, 1930. A print from The Saturday Evening Post, 10th May 1930

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Paige motor cars, 1927

Advert for Paige motor cars, 1927. Paige were an American manufacturer of luxury cars between 1908 and 1927. Their advertising claimed the the Paige was the most beautiful car in America

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Wolseley motor cars, 1922

Advert for Wolseley motor cars, 1922. A car pictured outside Buckingham Palace. Wolseley were the supplier of cars by appointment to Princess Alexandra. A print from The Graphic, 3rd March 1922

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Red Line petrol advert, 1929

Red Line petrol advert, 1929. A print from the London Opinion, Christmas, 1929

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1905

An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1905. Adverts for Gramophones, Argyll motor cars and Bengers Food

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1920

An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1920. Adverts for Cole coachwork, Sunbeam motor cars and Palmer tyres

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1916

An advertising page in the Illustrated London News, Christmas, 1916. Adverts for the Britannic expanding watch bracelet, Napier motor carriages, Cherry Blossom boot polish

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Sunbeam Talbot Ten motor car, 1939

Sunbeam Talbot Ten motor car, 1939. A print from Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, 1939

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Standard motor cars, 1920s

Advert for Standard motor cars, 1920s

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Humber motor cars, 1938

Advert for Humber motor cars, 1938. A print from The Sphere, 23rd November 1938

Background imageMotor Industry Collection: Advert for Hillman motor cars, 1936

Advert for Hillman motor cars, 1936. A print from The Sketch, Christmas, 1936



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