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‘Red Flag Law’ Figurine (11/30/08)
This Red Flag Law figure is 10-and-three-quarter-inches high and an automobile object of this quality would be priced in the range of $3,000 to $5,000.‘Red Flag Law’ Figurine By Dave Bausch Automobilia art objects take several forms, some are made just for pleasure to the eye, but others were made to tell a story or help record a historic event. This art item was made to tell a story about “Red Flag Law.” More >>


Automobile Flower Vases (11/21/08)
The autor Automobile Flower Vases By David Bausch The flower vase is both an automobile accessory and an object of auto art. The flower vase added a touch of elegance to a rather dull interior of many of the cars of the 1920’s. More >>


Automobilia China Part Two (11/6/08)
Another example of Tourist china by the Roseville Company of Zanesville, Ohio., this one depicting a disabled auto being helped by a rider and horse. Automobilia China Part Two By David Bausch More >>


Automobile China by Royal Doulton (11/4/08)
A china dish from the Motorist Series, designed by John Holdcroft and produced by Royal Doulton of England. Automobile China by Royal Doulton By David Bausch Nothing speaks of the Edwardian era more clearly then the series of china produced by Royal Doulton of England. This china was designed by John Holdcroft, and was known as the Motorist Series. This series was produced in its factory in Burslem England from the years 1903-1913. More >>


Early Car Makers Desired Hit Song to Boost Sales (10/13/08)
The Packard and the Ford sheet musicEarly Car Makers Desired Hit Song to Boost Sales By Dave Bausch In the field of Automobilia, the one subject most collected is advertising. Advertising took many forms: posters, prints, toys, magazine ads, postcards just to name a few. But the one that most of the automobile makers yearned for was to have their specific model of car depicted on sheet music. More >>


Early Automobilia Stein (10/1/08)
What links the history of the automobile and the history of automobilia? The answer is the love/hate relationship with the automobile. Much autombilia–prints, sheet music, steins, postcards, valentines–illustrates the conflict between automobile lover and hater. More >>


Collectible Automobilia Ashtray (10/1/08)
“Automobilia” comes in many forms. Often, these objects are cross collectibles (i.e. ashtrays). One of the most interesting early ashtrays is the one pictured. More >>


Ernest Montaut: A Collectible Automobilia Artist (10/1/08)
Not too many years ago the automobile was considered the work of madmen, determined to corrupt the morals of our society, not to mention upset the enterprise of the blacksmith, the horse breeder and the harness maker. (They weren’t far from the truth.) It is difficult for the current generation to understand how the automobile caught the world’s imagination. More >>