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    Henry Segrave Signed Poster, 16" x 12". A color poster depicting Segrave is his famed car, the Golden Arrow. Signed "H O D Segrave / God Bless those Dunlops! 231.36 m.p.h. March 1929." Three vertical folds, soiling, and foxing. Bold signature, and suitable for display.

    Segrave set three land speed records and a water speed record. Segrave died of injuries sustained in a boating accident in 1930. That same year, the Segrave Trophy was established in his memory.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2016
    11th Thursday
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