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Choose from 57 pictures in our Howe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931 Featured Print

All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931

Humorous colour illustration by The Tout showing caricatures of various personalities from the motoring world in 1931. From left: Lord Howe, Mr. Raymond Mays, Mr. Hugh P. McConnell (the Brooklands scrutineer), Mr. Jack Dunfee, Mr. J. R. Cobb, M. R. F. Oats, Sir Malcolm Campbell, Mr. Kaye Don, Captain Sir H. R. S Birkin, Mr. Brian Lewis, and Mrs G. M. Stewart. Date: 1931

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Participants in a first-rate prancing party - Ardenrun House Featured Print

Participants in a first-rate prancing party - Ardenrun House

Participants in a first-rate prancing party at Ardenrun House, Surrey, held to celebrate he British victory in the Grand Prix d'Endurance (June, 1929), where Captain Barnato (the owner of Ardenrun) and Mr Birkin drove the winning Bentley. From left: Mr Guy Puckle, Mr Dufee, Mr Ruben, Mr M Greville, Earl Howe, P.C. and Mr G. Joel. In the photograph to the right can be seen Mr Allom, Miss Betty Chester and Mr P.G. Fender, captain of the Surrey XI, "adding to the hilarity of the occasion". Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929 Featured Print

Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929

Five of the leading lights in the great Five Hundred Miles Race which took place at Brooklands on 12 October 1929. At the top is Mr Kaye Don who drove a supercharged Sunbeam, Earl Howe (top right), at the wheel of a supercharged Lea-Francis, Captain Woolf Barnato in a Bentley, Mr R. F. Oats (bottom right) at the wheel of an O.M. and at the bottom left, Captain Malcolm Campbell of Blue Bird fame, who sponsored the race. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans