A BARC Brooklands 1921 100mph Long Handicap 2nd place sterling silver trophy,
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A BARC Brooklands 1921 100mph Long Handicap 2nd place sterling silver trophy,
Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A BARC Brooklands 1921 100mph Long Handicap 2nd place sterling silver trophy,
twin handled trophy by Charles & Richard Comyns, hallmarked London 1921, the bowl with fluted lower section and complete with lid with finial, engraved with BARC Brooklands emblem to one side, the other side engraved with race details '100 M.P.H. Long Handicap - 2nd Prize - May 16th 1921', measuring 25cm high overall and weighing approximately 1.43kg including lid.
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Footnotes

  • Race records suggest that this trophy was awarded for 2nd place at the Whit-Monday race to a Mr A Noble driving an Anzani-engined A.C., behind a Mr McVicar in a 2.3-Litre Waverley in 1st place, and beating Major Henry Segrave to 3rd place in the 3-Litre Sunbeam.
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