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Brands of an Epoch - Rolls-Royce »

Discontent with the British cars offered in the beginning of the 20th century led to the encounter of Frederick Henry Royce, a miller´s son born in Alwalton in 1863, and Charles Stewart Rolls, a noble born in London in 1877. In order to market British high-quality vehicles with an enormous engine smoothness, they merged the technical know-how of the engineering company F.H. Royce & Co. and the financial potential of the car dealer C.S. Rolls & Co., resulting in Rolls-Royce Ltd. in Manchester, the later Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in 1906. The emblem with the intertwined initials of the founders could first be found on a brochure in 1905. The initially red letters on the radiator badges were changed into black in 1933.

Rolls-Royce - Edition 2015

Brands of an Epoch - Rolls-Royce

Brands of an Epoch - Rolls-Royce
Mixed media on canvas
Measurements 1,7 x 2,0 m

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