Segrave Mystery Sunbeam racer

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In 1927 Sir Henry Segrave became the first person to travel at more than 200 mph. Segrave took the Mystery Sunbeam shown here to Daytona Beach and reached a speed of 203.79 mph. The patent for this 'design for an automobile body' was issued to Henry O. D. Segrave, of London, England on June 26, 1928.


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Paper: Mould-made 100% cotton, acid-free. Archival ink. Learn more
Canvas: Acid-free canvas. Canvas is not mounted. Learn more
Borders and final image size for this print:
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• 8.5" x 11" paper has .5" border = 6.95" x 10" image
• 11" x 17" paper has .5" border = 10" x 14.38" image
• 13" x 19" paper has .5" border = 12" x 17.26" image
• 17" x 22" paper has 1" border = 13.91" x 20" image
• 24" x 30" paper has 1.5" border = 18.78" x 27" image
• 36" x 50" paper has 2" border = 32" x 46.02" image
• 44" x 61" paper has 2" border = 40" x 57.52" image
Metal Signs: No borders. Size reflects sheet size. Actual final sign size varies depending on image dimensions. Learn more
Frames: Custom made. Acid-free mats, UV-shielding plexiglass, archival back. 3-5 weeks for delivery. Frame sales final. Learn more
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