Mike Hawthorn Ferrari Memorabilia
Vintage 1953 photo of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 340 MM S/N 0294AM at the International Trophy Silverstone.
This is a vintage 1953 photo of Mike Hawthorn and Tom Cole in their # 38 & 37 Ferrari 340MM's either before or after the 1953 International Trophy at Silverstone.
The pair would finish the race in first and second place respectively.
This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Both cars, S/N 0294AM, the 340 MM Touring Spyder of Mike Hawthorn and S/N 0284AM, the 340 MM Vignale Spyder of Tom Cole survive to this day albeit with completely different bodies so this is a rare opportunity to acquire a vintage photo of these cars in their original shape.
The photo measures some 5 x 3 inches or 13 x 8 cm but is a little bit of an irregular cut.
It carries NO copyright notices or photographer's name on the back and is in mint condition.
Only 1 available.
Vintage 1953 Photo of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 340 MM S/N 0294AM and Tom Cole on 0284AM at the International Trophy Silverstone
1954 Gold Medal, Syracuse Grand Prix, awarded to Mike Hawthorn.
We are pleased to be able to offer for sale this absolutely unique piece of motoring history:
This medal was given to Mike Hawthorn for competing in the 1954 Syracuse Grand Prix.
Mike drove a Ferrari 625 in this Grand Prix which he crashed and he sustained serious burns to his arms and legs in this accident.
This is what Road & Track wrote about the accident in 1954:
"....Marimon in a Maserati drove too close to the right side of the track and sent up a shower of hay. Blinded by the flying chaff, the second place car, a Ferrari with Hawthorn driving, crashed against the safety wall and the car caught fire. Gonzales, about seven feet behind Hawthorn, piled into the Englishman's car, careened and went into the wall. Both cars were destroyed by the flames and Hawthorn was taken to the hospital....".
Shown below is a photo from R&T of the scene of the accident.
This medal went straight from Mike's estate, in 1959, to an important collector in Switzerland from whom we acquired it directly.
A truly unique opportunity to acquire a piece of memorabilia from Hawthorn's personal possession.
Measures approximately 1.25 inches in diameter and is made of 18 carat gold.
Price on request through THIS LINK.
Vintage 1954 GOLD medal awarded to Mike Hawthorn for the 1954 Grand Prix of Syracuse
2 1957 photos of Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn Ferrari Lancia crashed at the Monaco Grand Prix.
This is a set of 2 1957 photos of the wrecks of the Lancia Ferrari D50's (801) of Peter Collins and "mon ami mate" Mike Hawthorn on the edge of the harbor of Monaco.
The incident happened in lap 4 of the 1957 Monaco Grand Prix after leader Stirling Moss "lost" his Vanwall in the chicane. Peter Collins swerved to avoid Moss but hit the wall while Mike Hawthorn rammed Tony Brooks who braked hard to avoid the cars in front of him.
Everybody escaped from this accident unharmed.
The photos each measures approximately 5.5 x 3.5 inches.
The set is in mint condition, carries not references to the photographer and appears to be a ca. 30 year old prints from the original negatives.
Only 1 set available.
2 1957 photos of Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn Ferrari Lancia crash at the Monaco GP
2 Vintage 1958 photos of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 246, Race of two Worlds, Monza.
This lot consists of two photographs taken in the paddock preceding the 1958 Race of Two Worlds (or Monzanapolis) on June 29, 1958.
The first photograph shows Mike in his # 12 Ferrari 246 and the second shows the same car surrounded by the crowd.
The race of Two Worlds was basically an exhibition event to show both American and European teams to the public and was held in 1957 & 1958 at the banked track of Monza.
These photographs date from the 1958 event and quite an event it was for Ferrari!
In the first heat (of 3) Luigi Musso succumbed to the methanol fumes and handed his car over to Mike Hawthorn in lap 27. Musso returned to the wheel in the last lap and brought the car home in 6th place.
In the third heat, Mike suffered the same fate as Luigi did in the first and handed the car over to Phil Hill who brought the car up to third place before handing it back to Mike again.
All in all, not a great success for Ferrari!
These are vintage photos, i.e. they were printed shortly after the image was captured on film.
Each photo measures some 10 x 7 cm or 4 x 2.75 inches and are in excellent condition.
The backs carry some notes but NO photographer's stamp.
2 Vintage 1958 photos of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 246 at the Race of two Worlds at Monza
Vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins & Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 246, GP of France.
This is a vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn during the victory lap of Mike after winning the 1958 Grand Prix de France at Reims race track.
Mike scored a hatrick at this race with pole position, fastest lap and race win.
Peter Collins came in 5th.
It was the last race of Juan Manuel Fangio's career (finishing 4th on Maserati) and neither Peter Collins nor Mike Hawthorn would live to race at Reims again...
It measures approximately 18 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inches and carries NO copyright stamp on the back.
Vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 246 at the GP of France at Reims racetrack
1958 Plaque, Portugal Grand Prix, given to Mike Hawthorn.
We are pleased to be able to offer for sale this fabulous piece of motoring history:
This plaque was given to Mike Hawthorn for competing in the 1958 Portugal Grand Prix at Porto race track.
Mike drove a Ferrari 246 and set the second fastest qualifying time behind Stirling Moss in his Vanwall. During the race, Mike set the fastest lap time (almost 2 seconds faster than Moss's pole time!) but still came in second after Moss.
This was of course all in Mike's Championship Winning year and it was the second to last time that Mike would race in a Grand Prix...
This is what Mike said after the race:
"I was upset to find that my race number was 22. Both Pete [Collins] and Luigi [Musso] had been killed on cars with 2 as their number, and the sight of 22 on mine really put the wind up me. I rushed off to Tavoni and asked if I might have 24, which was Taffy's number, and he and Taffy both agreed; only the numbers were changed, not the actual cars."
This plaque went straight from Mike's estate, in 1959, to an important collector in Switzerland from whom we acquired it.
It measures approximately 3.4 x 1.5 inches.
Vintage 1958 Plaque given to Mike Hawthorn for the 1958 Grand Prix of Portugal
This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Mike Hawthorn that has been signed by "The Drake", Enzo Ferrari, himself on October 24, 1958.
The handwritten text on the back reads "Molti Ringraziamenti e cordiale saluti" and is signed by Enzo in his characteristic violet ink.
The text loosely translates into "Many thanks and kind regards".
It is hand-dated "24/10/1958" and it carries the usual logos as visible in the photographs.
The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age but, as clearly visible in the photos, somewhere in its life it got holes punched into it for archiving... sad... but irreversible....Had it not had these holes, it would surely be twice as expensive... if you could find one.
The front, in landscape format, shows a concentrated Mike at the wheel of his Ferrari F1 car while wearing his characteristic helmet.This image is extremely powerful and iconic for this era.
A scarce postcard by itself, it becomes very rare thanks to Enzo's handwritten text and signature but the date makes it extremely collectible... October 24, 1958 was a mere three (3!) month before Mike Hawthorn would get killed at the Guildford bypass...
A great loss to Formula 1...
Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.
Read more about our Authenticity Guarantee HERE.
1958 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Hawthorn Ferrari Card
Ferrari Factory Poster of Mike Hawthorn en route to victory in his Ferrari 246 in the 1958 French Grand Prix at Reims racetrack.
Incidentally, this was to be Mike's last victory ever as well as Juan Manuel Fangio's last F1 race ever.
The artwork is by Antonio de Giusti, a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari's and the man that was responsible for so much of Ferrari's hand drawn artwork for brochures etc. in the 1950's and 1960's.
Originally, Ferrari published this poster as one of a series that was bundled in the 1980 Ferrari calendar named "Ferrari Campione del Mundo".
Apart from the calendars, which are a very rare sight nowadays, also a limited number of each of the drawings was issued as an art print. This is one of those art prints and came from Antonio de Giusti's personal "stash".
These art prints do NOT carry a Ferrari print number.
It measures approximately 53 x 41 cm or 21 x 16 inches.
Only a few available.
This print will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.
Original Art Print of Mike Hawthorn winning the 1958 GP of France by Antonio de Giusti
Original oil painting of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa.
This is an original, hand painted, oil painting on linen of Mike Hawthorn racing a Ferrari 250 Test Rossa in 1958, the last year of his active racing career.
The painting is mounted on a stretch frame but we will leave the actual framing to the taste of the buyer.
The painting captures perfectly the atmosphere of the racing scene in the 1950.
It measures some 60 x 50 cm or 24 x 20 inches.
Original oil painting of Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
Ferrari Le Mondiali F1 Championship Winning Cars Portfolio.
Contains 11 art prints of Ferrari Formula One Championship winning cars 1952 - 2001.
The backside of the prints lists the type of car, Engine configuration and victories.
The 11 cars contained in this set are:
Each print measures approximately 13 x 9 inches.
Ferrari Print Number 1697/01, issued in 2001.
Ferrari Le Mondiali F1 Championship Winning Cars Portfolio 1697/01
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