FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
The Grand History of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
- ISBN: 0904351599
- Collector edition: 2000 copies
Signed by: Monsieur Jean Romanet, Arthur FitzGerald
Contributors: France Galop, Monsieur Jean-Luc Lagardère, Monsieur Jean Romanet
Paper: Sepia throughout onto 120gsm acid-free paper with colour sections.
Binding: 1/4 red leather and blue silk, gilt tooling and gilt page edging.
Box: Blue silk slipcase.
THE ARC, THE GRAND HISTORY OF THE PRIX DE L'ARC DE TRIOMPHE is a remarkable leather-bound limited-edition book, and a milestone in racing publishing. This large-format, exquisitely printed 400-page volume recounts, for the first time, the running of every Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe from its inauguration in 1920 through to the race of 1997.
"This is no ordinary book. It is a work of art, most especially the art of the print-maker and book-binder... The buyer - one might also say investor - will not be disappointed. Here, for the first time, is the history of the Arc, meticulously and exhaustively researched... It is a superb design job, featuring more than 250 photographs, many previously unpublished." The Racing Post
- Page size: 340mm x 240mm
- 400 pages
- 350000 words
- 250 images
Jackie Stewart's Grand Prix Album
Sir Jackie Stewart
The signed leather-bound chronicle of an incredible motor racing career: photographs, press cuttings, pit passes, memorabilia bring to life a halcyon decade in Formula One.
The History and Worldwide Influence of the Royal Studs
Her Majesty the Queen has kindly given permission for more than 60 paintings and 150 prints and drawings from the Royal Collection to be reproduced in a remarkable history of the studs under Royal patronage from the reign of Henry VIII to that of Queen Elizabeth II.