Rolls-Royce posters

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Assorted posters from Rolls-Royce.

rolls royce phantom ii poster

Rolls Royce Phantom II poster. This is one of two exceedingly rare original posters featuring magnificent images of the Phantom ll (circa 1930)discovered in the Rolls Royce archives in the 1980s. Development of the Phantom II was supervised entirely by Henry Royce who oversaw radical design changes from its predecessor the Phantom I. The Phantom II made its debut at the London Motor Show in October 1929 and it was instantly applauded as a brilliant achievement of design excellence. A total of 1680 models were built (including the Continental) with a price tag of around 2150 Pounds, a king's ransom at the time. (available at Art Of Motoring).

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