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Collecting the car mascots or hood ornaments of master glass artisan R. Lalique

Art Deco

LALIQUE: Collecting the inter-war period car mascots also known as hood ornaments of master glass artisan R. Lalique.

Please also go to our main website at: 'Unique Lalique Mascots' by putting this into the search box top right hand corner of the home-page of the CollectFair main web-page.

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'Chrysis' car mascot adoring & adorning a Dusenberg

'Chrysis' car mascot adoring & adorning a Dusenberg

AUTOMOTIVE

Lalique glass car mascots also known as hood ornaments of the Art Deco period.

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The image (here) shows the book cover title: "Unique Lalique Mascots" sub-title: "The automotive radiator hood & desk ornaments of master glass artisan R. Lalique (including auction realisation prices)" by G.G. Weiner Vol. 1 published by The Book Guild Ltd. and Vol. 2 published by The Grosvenor House Publishing Co. Ltd.

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Available in hard-back at $35, order from all good book shops, on line as Amazon or direct from the publishing house also from the author*.

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*G.G. Weiner (the author) will sign a deluxe limited edition version of this book. It has fine Art Deco style hard-case covers bound in faux grey leather and only 100 are produced numbered 1-100 as an investment collector's book at $100.

Please note one book per person or order (only) from: The Lalique Gallery at the White Lion Garage, Clarendon Place, Kemp Town, Brighton, Sussex BN2 1JD

(Visitors are welcome to pick-up your copy and view our collection, but by prior appointment only. Security monitoring devises as well as CCTV is in operation both inside & outside of the premises and the images are never passed onto any third party apart from any specific demand from the emergency services, where English law applies).

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