Emblem / mascot - Art Deco - Goddess of Speed - Packard

Description
Emblem / mascot - Art Deco - Goddess of Speed - Packard
1 items - Very good - Minimal signs or wear and age - 130×110×240 mm - Metal

Beautiful reproduction of the Packard ‘Goddess of Speed’ car mascot produced by Franklin Mint in 1987. This mascot was fitted on some models made by American car company Packard, between 1939 and 1942. This Packard mascot is a kneeling woman in chrome with a glass wing and stretched arms with a car wheel. Streamlined sculpture in Art Deco style. It was designed for Packard by John D. Wilson in 1938.
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Your purchase will be very well packaged.
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Lot details
Type of Object
Emblem / mascot
Qualification
Reproduction/replica
Brand
Packard
No. of items
1
Model/ Title
Art Deco - Goddess of Speed
Material
Metal
Condition
Very good - Minimal signs or wear and age
Dimensions
130×110×240 mm
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