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        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943) 'Grand Prix de Lyon 1914',
          Apr. 14, 2024

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943) 'Grand Prix de Lyon 1914',

          Est: £5,000 - £7,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943) 'Grand Prix de Lyon 1914', signed, watercolour and gouache with charcoal, depicting the Sunbeam of Dario Resta leading the Peugeot L45 of Georges Boillot, 38 x 55cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • LOT WITHDRAWN
          May. 24, 2023

          LOT WITHDRAWN

          Est: £1,000 - £2,000

          LOT WITHDRAWN

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'A Driver's Nightmare'.
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'A Driver's Nightmare'.

          Est: £5,000 - £8,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'A Driver's Nightmare'. signed, pen and ink with gouache and grey wash on paper c. 1930, 50 x 37 cm, framed with acid-free mount and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (English, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (English, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour',

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (English, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour', signed, charcoal drawing on artist's board, heightened with white, depicting the V12 Saloon at speed along a tree-lined road, 50 x 69cm, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'Motor Show, 1930'
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'Motor Show, 1930'

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'Motor Show, 1930' initialled FGC and dated 1930, large-format pen and ink cartoon depicting the 1930 motor show in full swing, with a self-caricature showing the artist as a portly figure in 'Tweed Plus-4s', along with an effete car salesman believed to be Charles Follett, surrounded by other caricatured personalities of the motoring world, 51 x 43 cm, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), '1914 French Grand Prix de Lyon',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), '1914 French Grand Prix de Lyon',

          Est: £5,500 - £6,500

          Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), '1914 French Grand Prix de Lyon', signed and titled 'Lyon 1914' to lower right, watercolour, gouache and charcoal heightened with white on artists' board, race scene depicting eventual winner Christian Lautenschlager in the Mercedes Type 18/100 Grand Prix leading 4th place finisher Jules Goux in the Peugeot L45, descending the 'Piege de la Mort' switchback at the Lyon circuit at the event held on 4th July, 44 x 33cm, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) 'Fire Fighting in the Blitz',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) 'Fire Fighting in the Blitz',

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) 'Fire Fighting in the Blitz', signed and dated '42, watercolour on board depicting an AFS Heavy Fire Tender with trailer mounted fire fighting pump, 40 x 55 cm, framed with an acid-free mount, glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1933 Tourist Trophy Race',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1933 Tourist Trophy Race',

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1933 Tourist Trophy Race', signed and dated Belfast 1933, pencil and charcoal on paper, depicting the moment Tom Simister in car number 24, the MG J4 crashes at Moate on the 9th lap of the race, 34 x 50 cm, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Racing at Brooklands 1913',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Racing at Brooklands 1913',

          Est: £3,000 - £5,000

          Fredrick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Racing at Brooklands 1913', an illustration for The Autocar, signed and dated 1913 and titled 'Brooklands' by the artist to lower right, charcoal and wash heightened with white on artists' board, race scene depicting Percy Lambert in the 1912 Grand Prix Singer and A.J. Hancock in the 4½ Litre Vauxhall head-to-head on the home straight, eventually won by Lambert in a close finish at the 1913 Bank Holiday Monday Whitsun 100mph Short Handicap on May 12th, some light foxing, a small stain to lower right and surface scratch to centre-left section, measuring 28 x 40cm, double-mounted, framed and double-glazed with reverse bearing The Autocar publisher's stamp, editor's hand-written annotation with race details, and dated 'May 17 13', measuring 54 x 65cm including frame. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Brooklands',
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Brooklands',

          Est: £5,000 - £7,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Brooklands', signed, charcoal and wash mixed-media on paper, depicting the 1929 Junior Car Club Double Twelve at Brooklands, 39 x 68cm, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): '1933 Nuffield Trophy Race'
          Jun. 24, 2022

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): '1933 Nuffield Trophy Race'

          Est: £4,500 - £6,500

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): '1933 Nuffield Trophy Race' unsigned, mixed media artwork, depicting the event at Donington Park, Pat Fairfield driving to victory in his ERA, leading Percy Maclure in his Riley, 41 x 74cm, mounted, with 'The Autocar' label applied to rear of mounting card, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Isotta Fraschini';
          May. 20, 2021

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Isotta Fraschini';

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Isotta Fraschini'; unsigned, front cover magazine artwork, full color illustration in mixed media, 15 x 14 inches, mounted, framed and glazed. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Grand Prix du Tourisme - Lyon 1924',
          Oct. 17, 2020

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Grand Prix du Tourisme - Lyon 1924',

          Est: £3,000 - £4,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Grand Prix du Tourisme - Lyon 1924', signed and titled lower right, monochrome wash heightened with white on artists' board, night-time race scene depicting eventual winner Christian Dauvergne in the Peugeot at Les Esses during the Eliminatory Trials for the 8th August race at the Givors circuit, 34 x 37.5cm, mounted with printed title, framed and glazed, measuring 63 x 63cm overall. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Brooklands 200 Mile Race 1923',
          Oct. 17, 2020

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Brooklands 200 Mile Race 1923',

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British 1885-1943), 'Brooklands 200 Mile Race 1923', signed and dated 1923 lower left, graphite on paper, depicting six scenes from the 13th October race and comprising: Malcolm Campbell in the Fiat; eventual winner C.M. Harvey in the Alvis; Captain George Eyston in the Aston Martin; Woolf Barnato in the Bertelli; and two other race and trackside repair scenes; 48 x 35cm, mounted with printed title, framed and glazed, measuring 65 x 52cm overall. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (attrib.), oil on board
          Nov. 21, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (attrib.), oil on board

          Est: $500 - $700

          Attributed to Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), "Alco #8", initialed lower right, 6"h x 9"w (sight), 13.5"h x 16"w (frame)

          Millea Bros Ltd
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'Softly beats the drum',
          Sep. 07, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'Softly beats the drum',

          Est: £400 - £600

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'Softly beats the drum', three common mounted pen and ink Autocar illustrations, comprising 'Express Train', initialled F.G.C, 11 x 40cm; 'Open Tourer at Speed', unsigned, 9 x 21cm: and 'New car pulled by nymphs', initialled F.GC., on two sheets of paper, 11.5 x 39cm, all pasted onto same artist's board, mounted, framed and glazed. These illustrations were purchased by the vendor from The Autocar Archive auction held by Bonhams & Brooks in 2001.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'After many years!',
          Sep. 07, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'After many years!',

          Est: £400 - £600

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'After many years!', initialled FGC dated 11.'39, pen and ink on paper with handwritten title, mounted on artist's board, 40 x 27cm, mounted, framed and glazed. This illustration was purchased by the vendor from The Autocar Archive auction held by Bonhams & Brooks in 2001.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'A Caravan Holiday',
          Sep. 07, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'A Caravan Holiday',

          Est: £300 - £400

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943); 'A Caravan Holiday', initialled F.GC. dated 39, pen and ink with blue pencil shading, heightened in white, 25 x 39cm, mounted, framed and glazed. This illustration was purchased by the vendor from The Autocar Archive auction held by Bonhams & Brooks in 2001.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): "Full chat at Brooklands",
          Sep. 07, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): "Full chat at Brooklands",

          Est: £300 - £400

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): "Full chat at Brooklands", signed F Gordon Crosby, circular pen and ink illustration on paper, depicting motorcyclists at full speed on the Brooklands Member's banking, 22 x 22cm, mounted together with illustration of a Common Snipe (Gallinagno gallinago) for an article by Eric Hardy, circular pen and ink illustration on paper, 22 x 22cm, framed and glazed. These illustrations were purchased by the vendor from The Autocar Archive auction held by Bonhams & Brooks in 2001.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Some Riley Reminiscences',
          Sep. 07, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Some Riley Reminiscences',

          Est: £250 - £350

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943): 'Some Riley Reminiscences', unsigned, pen and ink design for Autocar title decoration for an article written by B. H. Davies, 18 x 36cm, mounted, framed and glazed. This illustration was purchased by the vendor from The Autocar Archive auction held by Bonhams & Brooks in 2001.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Caltavuturo - Sicily - 1930',
          Jul. 05, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Caltavuturo - Sicily - 1930',

          Est: £8,000 - £10,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Caltavuturo - Sicily - 1930', signed 'Gordon Crosby', charcoal and wash heightened in white on board, depicting Achille Varsi on his way to victory in the Targa Florio driving his Alfa Romeo P2, 36 x 45cm (trimmed), framed and glazed. This painting was first published in The Autocar on page 74 of the 16 May 1930 issue, and again on 31 March 1961. With Autocar stamp to rear with handwritten sizing and title notes. Formerly the property of Autocar artist Gordon Horner, who trimmed the painting to fit the frame, cutting off part of the signature.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour',
          Jul. 05, 2019

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour',

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Lagonda V12 on Tour', signed to lower left, charcoal heightened with white on artists' board, depicting the V12 Saloon at speed along a tree-lined road, 49 x 68cm, mounted, framed and glazed, measuring 73 x 91cm overall. This artwork was produced by Crosby for The Autocar in 1938 and is also illustrated in the 1996 Palawan Press publication Bernd Holthusen: Lagonda; page 223, (see this Sale - Lot 64).

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Peugeot takes the lead',
          Dec. 03, 2018

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Peugeot takes the lead',

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Peugeot takes the lead', signed, charcoal and watercolour on paper, 66 x 91cm, mounted, framed and glazed. The 1912 Peugeot L76 (L for Lion and 76 for engine size) was an extremely successful Voiturette racing car. Powered by a 4 cylinder in-line 7598cc engine, it was the first motorcar to use dual overhead camshafts, with four valves per cylinder and centrally mounted sparkplug. In 1912 it won the Mount Ventoux hill climb, Grand Prix de l'ACF, Coupe de Sarthe at Le Mans and the first Voiturette Grand Prix of France, in 1913 it defended it's title at Mt. Ventoux and Grand Prix de L'ACF, as well as claiming victories at the 1913 Indianapolis 500, and four other French motorsport races and events, they also took a World Record at Brooklands for the half mile rolling start at a speed of 177kmh, making the Peugeot Team the most successful racing team in Europe in 1913.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Grand Prix des Voiturettes, Boulogne',
          Dec. 03, 2018

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Grand Prix des Voiturettes, Boulogne',

          Est: £800 - £1,200

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) '1913 Grand Prix des Voiturettes, Boulogne', unsigned, charcoal and watercolour artist's preliminary sketch on paper, with artist's hand-written title, 50 x 43cm, mounted, framed and glazed. The VII Coupe des Voiturettes was run on the 21 September 1913 at Boulogne over 12 laps of a 51.983km circuit. The 623.8km was covered in a winning time of 6 hours 7 minutes and 40.8 seconds by Georges Boillot in a Peugeot carrying number 8. Car number 19, another Peugeot, finished second in 6 hours 16 minutes and 3.4 seconds, driven by Jules Goux, followed closely by Kenelm Lee Guinness in his Sunbeam, car number 23, in a time of 6 hours 18 minutes and 50.6 seconds.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) - A Hispano-Suiza in a cypress avenue
          Nov. 20, 2018

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) - A Hispano-Suiza in a cypress avenue

          Est: £8,000 - £12,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) A Hispano-Suiza in a cypress avenue pencil, black chalk and watercolour heightened with bodycolour on board 15 5/8 x 17 3/8 in. (39.7 x 44.1 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) British. "A Convoy of Royal Naval Battleships", Oil on Board, Signed and Dated 1911, 12.5" x 14.5", Provenance: The Bourne Gallery, Reigate.
          Jan. 31, 2018

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) British. "A Convoy of Royal Naval Battleships", Oil on Board, Signed and Dated 1911, 12.5" x 14.5", Provenance: The Bourne Gallery, Reigate.

          Est: £150 - £250

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) British. "A Convoy of Royal Naval Battleships", Oil on Board, Signed and Dated 1911, 12.5" x 14.5", Provenance: The Bourne Gallery, Reigate.

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • FREDRICK GORDON CROSBY FIRE TRUCK PAINTING
          Jun. 10, 2017

          FREDRICK GORDON CROSBY FIRE TRUCK PAINTING

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Original Fredrick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943) Fire Truck Painting on Board. Excellent iimage of period Fire Truck with Trailer. Wonderful example of the Artist style and colors. Signed and dated 42' by the Artiist. Has some wear around edges where it was possibly framed at one time. 24"x17" Excellent

          Milestone Auctions
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Sammy Davis 1930',
          Sep. 19, 2016

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Sammy Davis 1930',

          Est: £4,500 - £5,500

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943), 'Sammy Davis 1930',

          Bonhams
        • FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (BRITISH, 1885-1943), ‘JCC INTERNATIONAL TROPHY
          Jun. 24, 2016

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (BRITISH, 1885-1943), ‘JCC INTERNATIONAL TROPHY

          Est: £7,000 - £8,000

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (BRITISH, 1885-1943), ‘JCC INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE, BROOKLANDS 1936’, signed and dated, charcoal and wash on paper, paper with old tear to top margin, 39 x 65cm, mounted framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943), ‘FULL THROTTLE’, signed, charcoal d
          Jun. 24, 2016

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943), ‘FULL THROTTLE’, signed, charcoal d

          Est: £3,500 - £4,500

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943), ‘FULL THROTTLE’, signed, charcoal drawing heightened with white, depicting a stylised Mercedes Benz W25 racing car at speed, 30 x 56cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • After FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943) British Chromed jaguar car leaping cat mascot Mounted on a marble desk tray. The mascot 13 cm long.
          Feb. 23, 2016

          After FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943) British Chromed jaguar car leaping cat mascot Mounted on a marble desk tray. The mascot 13 cm long.

          Est: £80 - £120

          After FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1885-1943) British Chromed jaguar car leaping cat mascot Mounted on a marble desk tray. The mascot 13 cm long.

          Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943)
          Apr. 14, 2015

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943)

          Est: -

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943) An anti-submarine ship,

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'The Best of
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'The Best of

          Est: $7,000 - $9,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): 'The Best of 1938', signed and dated '38, mixed media, monochrome montage on artist's board, the overall image depicts nine separate motor racing scenes, each with hand-written title panel: British driver Richard Seaman, triumphs with a Mercedes in the German G.P. Louis Gerard's Delage wins the Tourist Trophy at Donington. An Austin victory early in the year when Charles Dobson won the Empire Trophy (with pencil correction to Dodson). Percy Maclure wins the International Trophy from Raymond Mays by 1 1/5 sec. Nuvolari, the Italian Ace, drives an Auto-Union to victory in the Donington G.P. Earl Howe scores a popular win in South Africa. Raymond Mays' E.R.A. regains the Shelsley record in 37.86 sec. St.J. Horsfall's Aston-Martin wins at Leinster. and Arthur Dobson and "Bira" duelled with their E.R.A.s in many races, the lower left hand image with line scored around edges, 54.5 x 78cm, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); '1921 The
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); '1921 The

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); '1921 The first Italian Grand Prix, Circuito de Brescia', signed 'Gordon Crosby' watercolour on paper, depicting the first Italian Grand Prix on the 4 September at the Circuito de Brescia, as the 3 Litre Ballot driven to victory by Jules Goux overtakes Louis Wagner's Fiat 802, 33 c 32cm, mounted framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'The Sea
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'The Sea

          Est: $1,800 - $2,400

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'The Sea Shall Not Ha ve Them', signed, charcoal with monochrome wash and gouache on paper, depicting the RAF Air Sea Rescue Service rushing past the deck of a Royal Naval vessel, with spotter aircraft overhead a 63ft British Power Boat Company High Speed Launch type 2, number 143, forges ahead through a choppy sea, 46.5 x 75cm, some foxing, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'DUSK ',
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'DUSK ',

          Est: $1,100 - $1,400

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943);'DUSK ', signed, watercolour and charcoal on blue paper, depicting a car at speed on the Mulsanne Straight as night falls in a 24 hour race, 33 x 26cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943), 'The
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943), 'The

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943), 'The Submarine Hunters', signed, charcoal with monochrome wash and gouache on paper, depicting a trio of Fairmile B Class Motor Launches protecting the convoy by deploying depth charges, 28 x 75cm, some foxing, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); 'Shelsley Wa
          Jun. 27, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); 'Shelsley Wa

          Est: $600 - $800

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885- 1943); 'Shelsley Wa lsh, June 1938', initialled FGC, pen and ink with whitened corrections, depicting A.F.P. Fane (Frazer- Nash) 38.92 and 38.82 sec, 20 x 25cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (Britannique, 1885-1943), «Delage - Paris-Nice 1919»,
          Feb. 06, 2014

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (Britannique, 1885-1943), «Delage - Paris-Nice 1919»,

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          signée dans l'angle inférieur gauche, gouache sur carton représentant la Delage CO pilotée dans les Alpes par Louis Delage accompagné du journaliste automobile W. F. Bradley d'Autocar, 29 x 34 cm, encadrée sous verre avec plaque titre gravée en laiton fixée au bas du cadre en bois sombre, l'arrière du tableau comportant une partie du support en carton original portant le titre manuscrit. Frederick Gordon Crosby (British, 1885-1943), 'Delage - Paris-Nice 1919', signed to lower left, gouache on board, depicting the CO Delage being driven through the Alps by Louis Delage with Autocar motoring journalist W F Bradley beside him, 29 x 34cm, double-mounted and glazed with engraved brass title plaque to lower edge of dark wooden frame, the rear of the painting accompanied by section of the original card backing with hand-written title.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Raymond Mays ERA R4D Caricature',
          Sep. 14, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Raymond Mays ERA R4D Caricature',

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          signed and dated 1935, pen and ink in watercolour wash on paper, 36 x 26cm, mounted, framed and glazed, with hand-written provenance written on reverse, together with Raymond Mays light blue silk tie and images of the driver, gifted to a former owner of the caricature. (Qty)

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Raymond Mays ERA R4D Caricature',
          Sep. 14, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Raymond Mays ERA R4D Caricature',

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          signed and dated 1935, pen and ink in watercolour wash on paper, 36 x 26cm, mounted, framed and glazed, with hand-written provenance written on reverse, together with Raymond Mays light blue silk tie and images of the driver, gifted to a former owner of the caricature. (Qty)

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans',
          Jul. 12, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans',

          Est: £12,000 - £14,000

          signed and dated 1923, charcoal with watercolour highlights with hand written title 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans - How the army searchlight lorries will be used to illuminate the course', 49 x 36cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Le Mans 24 Hour Race 1925',
          Jul. 12, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Le Mans 24 Hour Race 1925',

          Est: £5,000 - £7,000

          signed 'Le Man', pencil and charcoal depicting the race between the 3 litre Sunbeam of Segrave and Duller and the 3 litre Bentley of Kensington Moir and Benjafield, 48 x 36cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans',
          Jul. 12, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans',

          Est: $12,000 - $14,000

          signed and dated 1923, charcoal with watercolour highlights with hand written title 'The 24 Hour Touring Car race at Le Mans - How the army searchlight lorries will be used to illuminate the course', 49 x 36cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Le Mans 24 Hour Race 1925',
          Jul. 12, 2013

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943); 'Le Mans 24 Hour Race 1925',

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          signed 'Le Man', pencil and charcoal depicting the race between the 3 litre Sunbeam of Segrave and Duller and the 3 litre Bentley of Kensington Moir and Benjafield, 48 x 36cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1845-1943) A preparatory
          Apr. 12, 2012

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1845-1943) A preparatory

          Est: £200 - £400

          FREDERICK GORDON CROSBY (1845-1943) A preparatory study for the design of the DEH4 Reconnaissance Machine, signed in pencil to the image and dated February 1917, watercolour heightened with white over pencil traces, 16" x 25.75"

          Duke's
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1888-1943), 'In a World of Space', 1939,
          Dec. 06, 2010

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1888-1943), 'In a World of Space', 1939,

          Est: £500 - £700

          signed and dated 1939, pencil, charcoal and chalk with watercolour wash on artists' paper, preparatory sketch depicting a German bomber being shot down by an RAF Hurricane fighter plane, 43 x 34cm, mounted with hand-written title, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
        • Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): The 1907 Grand Prix Renault,
          Nov. 05, 2010

          Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943): The 1907 Grand Prix Renault,

          Est: £300 - £400

          initialled FGC, pen and ink sketch on paper, depicting the car at Shelsley- Walsh, driven by R W Shakespeare, published in the Autocar June 9th 1939 on page 985, 20 x 26cm, mounted, framed and glazed.

          Bonhams
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