Spirit of St Louis mascot by Bousquet. 1927 - Very rare car mascot

Description
Spirit of St Louis mascot by Bousquet. 1927 - Very rare car mascot
Good - Visible signs of wear and age - 130×55×135 mm

Spirit of St Louis mascot by Bousquet. This mascot was made to celebrate the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by Charles A. Lindbergh.
Complete with the original spinning propeller.
It is a very detailed French mascot made on 9th August 1927.
It was retailed from a workshop at 29 Rue De Trevise, Paris.
It is an exceptionally rare find.
It has the Lindbergh bust medallion in relief on the top of the wings, plus also showing a map in relief detailing the route from New York to Paris.
In very good condition for his age.

Photographed and described on Page 212 in Michel Legrand book 'Mascottes Passion'

Please see all the pictures which show the condition and design.

Delivery using tracked/signed service only.

Lot details
Type of Object
Spirit of St Louis mascot by Bousquet. 1927
Qualification
Original/official
Brand
Very rare car mascot
Condition
Good - Visible signs of wear and age
Dimensions
130×55×135 mm
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