"Rolls-Royce"

Author

W.B.

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An Album of Sales and Institutional Literature, by Dan R. Post. Volume I — “The British Rolls.” 184 pp. 8 1/2 in. by 11 in. (Dan R. Post Publications, The Motor Classic Bookhouse, Arcadia, California, $5.)

This is a very worthwhile publication, produced in the photostat process widely used in the States. It contains reproductions of six Rolls-Royce catalogues, from that for the 1907 Silver Ghost and 1914 40/50 models, through the Phantoms, including the V12 Phantom III, to today’s Silver Wraith, write-ups from quality magazines of various periods on Rolls-Royce cars, photographs from the early two-cylinder model onwards and an official chronological list of all models from 1904 to I939. — W. B.