Bugatti Brochures and Memorabilia
19?? Photograph - Vincent Junek with Bugatti T 32 Tank 4059.
This is a photograph of Vincent Junek (husband of Elisabeth Junek) tinkering with their Bugatti Type 32 "Tank" (Chassis 4059), presumably in pre-war Prague (CS).
The Juneks acquired the car in the 1920's but unfortunately, the car has gone missing in the mists of time...
This is most probably NOT a vintage photo (i.e. printed shortly after the picture was taken) but it is definitely "older" and printed on fiber-based paper (1970's? 1980's?).
It measures some 15 x 10 cm or 6 x 4 inches.
Only 1 pc. available of course.
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1929 Bugatti Type 46 "Quick Start" Instruction Sheet.
Here we have a vintage October 1929 "quick start" sheet for the Bugatti T46 3 Liter cars.
It is not very elaborate but gives simple instructions on how to operate and maintain the Type 46 chassis.
It mentions fuel, lubrication, spark plugs, tires etc.
It looks like it was an insert for the extended owners manual and aimed at those who didn't want to go through the whole manual before taking their new Bugatti to the road. Kind of like what we find nowadays with electronics.
The sheet measures some 14 x 22.5 cm (5.5 x 8.9 inches) and opens up to 28 x 22.5 cm ( 11 x 8.9 inches) with 3 pages of text.
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1930 Bugatti Molsheim - Letter with Credit Note.
This is an original 1930 Ettore Bugatti Molsheim letter with credit note dated May 27, 1930.
The letter elaborates on the return of a number of parts and consequently a credit note (see image 2) for a total of 132.80 Francs.
The letter comes on paper with the large Bugatti "Radiator shield" logo watermarked across the top of the page and the "Ettore Bugatti" script logo watermarked across the bottom.
The letter is typewritten and is "signed" Ettore Bugatti" but the actual signature is from one of the secretaries.
A great period "Bugatti Internal" Item!
1931 Bugatti Levallois-Perret - Invoice - 2.300 Liter engine.
This is an original 1931 Bugatti Invoice coming from the Levallois-Perret (Paris) workshop, dated October 8, 1931.
The invoice is for a number of parts (mainly water pump parts) for a 2.300 Liter engine (Type 35B, 35T, 43, 43A or 51).
The Levallois workshop was the factory-owned mainstay in Bugatti maintenance, repairs & parts supply for France.
1932 Ettore Bugatti Letter + Envelope.
This is an original 1932 Ettore Bugatti Molsheim letterhead.
This letter was sent on September 20, 1932 to a prospective client in the USA and relays that the London Sales Office has been instructed to forward sales literature in English to the good man.
The letter carries the salutation "P/ Ettore Bugatti" which stands for "Pour Ettore Bugatti" or "On behalf of Ettore Bugatti". It has been briefly signed by one of the secretaries.
The letter carries a large Bugatti logo as a watermark across the text (sorry, hardly visible in the scan) and a "Ettore Bugatti, Molsheim" watermark at the bottom.
It comes complete with the original envelope (a little soiled and damaged) which carries a 1932 Molsheim postmark.
A great period item!
1932 Bugatti Cars Price List.
This is an original October 1932 price list for Bugatti Automobiles (applicable for France).
It lists the following models & prices:
TourismeType 40 A Roadster - 1.600 Liter - 4 cylinder - wire wheels - 50.000 FrancsType 49 Chassis - 3.300 Liter - 8 cylinder - Bugatti wheels - 65.000 FrancsType 46 Chassis - 5.350 Liter - 8 cylinder - Bugatti wheels - 100.000 FrancsType 46 S Chassis - 5.350 Liter - 8 cylinder with compressor - Bugatti wheels - 115.000 FrancsType 50 T Chassis - 4.900 Liter - 8 cylinder with compressor, DOHC - Bugatti wheels - 135.000 Francs
SportType 55 Chassis Super Sport - 2.300 Liter with compressor, DOHC - Bugatti wheels - 110.000 FrancsType 50 Chassis - 4.900 Liter with compressor, DOHC - Bugatti wheels - 160.000 Francs
CourseType 51 - 2.300 Liter with compressor, DOHC - Bugatti wheels - Price on applicationType 54 - 4.900 Liter with compressor, DOHC - Bugatti wheels - Price on application
The price list is dated October 1, 1932 and supersedes all previous price lists.
A fantastic period piece in "time capsule" condition.
1933 Bugatti Type 49 Bodywork Blueprint - Gangloff 4 place Faux Cabriolet.
A great vintage item from Carrosserie Gangloff!
This blueprint shows (in scale 1/10th) the external shape and internal dimensions of the 4 seater Faux Cabriolet body designed by Gangloff to be fitted to the Bugatti T49 8-Cylinder chassis.
Clearly visible are the "vane-type" wheels, so typical for the T 49.
It was dated February 4, 1933 in the vellum.
The blueprint measures some 22 x 12.5 inches or 55 x 31 cm.
1933 Bugatti Cars Price List.
This is an original October 1933 price list for Bugatti Automobiles (applicable for France).
Voitures de TourismeType 57 Chassis - 3.300 Liter - 8 cylinder - DOHC - wire wheels - 63.000 FrancsSame with Bugatti body "Conduite Interieur" - 76.000 FrancsSame with Bugatti Cabriolet Body - 80.000 FrancsType 49 Chassis - 3.300 Liter - 8 cylinder - 58.000 FrancsType 46 Chassis - 5.350 Liter - 8 cylinder - 95.000 FrancsType 50 T Chassis - 4.900 Liter - 8 cylinder DOHC with compressor - Aluminum wheels - 130.000 FrancsSame with Bugatti "Profilee" body - 160.000 Francs
Voitures de SportType 55 Chassis Super Sport - 2.300 Liter with compressor, DOHC - Aluminum wheels - 105.000 FrancsSame with Bugatti Roadster body - 2 Seater - 120.000 FrancsSame with Bugatti Faux Cabriolet or 2 Seater Cabriolet body - 125.000 FrancsType 50 Chassis "Court" - 4.900 Liter - 8 cylinder DOHC with compressor - Aluminum wheels - 150.000 Francs
Voitures de COURSEOn application
The price list is dated October 1, 1933 and supersedes all previous price lists.
1930's Bugatti Automotrice / Autorail / Railcar Leaflet.
This is a vintage 1930's publicity leaflet for the Ettore Bugatti designed & build Railway Car.
It shows the Automotrice Legere itself, the Bugatti Royale Type 41 derived engine and the revolutionary drive system. Furthermore it shows some technical details.
It is printed on very thin paper.
Unfortunately, it has a large coffee stain, hence the reduced price.
It measures some 21 x 27 cm or 8.3 x 10.6 inches.
1934 Bugatti Levallois-Perret - Payment Due Reminder.
This is an original 1934 Bugatti Invoice coming from the Levallois-Perret (Paris) workshop, dated September 6, 1934.
The letter comes from the accounting department and requests payment by return mail of the open invoices from May, June & July, amounting to a total of 4.680.35 Francs (quite a hefty sum when one considers that this concerns parts only...).
1934 Bugatti Molsheim Invoice.
This is an original 1934 Bugatti Molsheim letterhead, especially for invoices, dated November 5, 1934.
Roughly translated it says:
>>>As per your letter of the 30th of October 1934, the following has been sent to you by registered mail:1 Scintilla Switch 95.00 Francs1 Key 7.50 Francs
Discount 10 %
Postage: 4.40 francsPackaging: 1.00 FrancTotal: 97.65 francs<<<
It was sent to a now defunct Bugatti dealer in France's Brittany (Bretagne) in Niort.
A great period "Molsheim Internal" Item!
1935 Bugatti Type 57 Bodywork Print - Antem Cabriolet - Chassis 57200.
A great vintage item from Carrosserie Jean Antem!
This print was issued in 1935 by the paint supplier of Carrosserie Antem, Nitrolac.
Most probably this was used to demonstrate the proposed color-scheme for their then-recent design as executed on Bugatti T57, chassis number 57200.
The proposed colors were called "Noir Iris" and "Rouge d'Armagnac".
We only know of 2 contemporary photographs of # 57200 and there it LOOKS to be all black but then again, it is difficult to judge from b&w pictures.
An ultra rare item on a one-off car!
The print measures some 12 x 8.5 inches or 30 x 20.5 cm.
Only 1 available of course.
1930's Bugatti Type 57 Coach Ventoux Drawing / Print.
This is a "print" that originates from a 1930's Bugatti Sales portfolio and that shows the Coach Ventoux body.
The rear lists the details of the coachwork in French.
The front has been stamped by the former "Automobielmuseum Driebergen" in The Netherlands and hand dated 1951 (probably the date that the museum acquired this piece).
1937 Bugatti Automotrice / Autorail / Railcar Brochure.
This is a vintage 1937 publicity leaflet for the Ettore Bugatti designed & build Railway Car as shown at the 1937 Exposition Internationale.
Excellent condition bar a "chip" on the back (visible in the photo, under the Bugatti logo).
1950 Photograph - Jack Murray - Bugatti Type 39 Day Special Ford - Bathurst Races.
This is a vintage press photo (i.e. printed shortly after the picture was taken) from an Australian press agency of Jack Murray at the wheels of the Jack Days Special Bugatti Ford SC Special.
This was a Ford-powered Type 39 that gradually evolved into the Day Special in the hands of Australian Jack Day.
The photo carries a handwritten caption on the back which reads:
Type 39 Bugatti with Ford V8 PowerJack MurrayJack Day - Day SpecialBathurst 1950
It measures some 18.5 x 14 cm or 7.3 x 5.5 inches.
1950 (?) Photograph - Bugatti Type 51 - Chassis 51145 - Prescott Hillclimb.
This is a vintage photo (i.e. printed shortly after the picture was taken) taken around 1950 at the Prescott Hillclimb of Bugatti Type 51 S/N 51145, carrying registration number NRT 555 at that time.
The car now resides in The Netherlands.
It measures some 21 x 16 cm or 8 x 6 inches.
1956 Authentic Bugatti Type 251 Valve Spring.
This is an authentic valve spring, produced at Molsheim, for the ill-fated Bugatti 251 Grand Prix car.
It comes packaged in a plastic bag with a header card from the Bugatti Owners Club which states, amongst others the following:
"Production was geared to a run of eight cars and this hairpin valve spring (authenticated as a genuine Bugatti part by the Bugatti Owners Club) is a souvenir of the very last Bugatti."
It comes complete with a factory test tag of the tested spring load in KG.
A great item!
1956 Bugatti Molsheim Issue - Les 50 annees de Genie Mecanique d'Ettore Bugatti 1898 - 1948.
This is a 1956 Issue of the "publication" that elaborates on the mechanical genius of Ettore Bugatti.
Originally issued in 1948 (1 year after Ettore's death), this was printed / stenciled in 1956 and mailed out on December 28, 1956 to a prospective buyer.
It also received the official Automobiles E. Bugatti stamp on the front.
4 Pages of each some 20 x 30 cm or 8 x 12 inches.
Only 1 set available of course.
1960 (?) Photograph - Bugatti Type 59 - LPG 211 - Chassis 59124.
This is a vintage circa 1960 photograph of the Bugatti T59 (Chassis 59124) while owned by Francis H. Ludington of Pelham Manor, NY, USA and carrying license LPG211.
The is still carrying its characteristic road-going equipment (riveted seam pontoon wing & lights) which were later removed.
This photo is believed to have been taken in 1960 as we acquired it together with a 1960 Bugatti Owners Club Christmas card showing the very same car.
It measures some 17.5 x 12.5 cm or 7 x 5 inches.
This is a vintage circa 1961 photograph of the Bugatti T59 (Chassis 59124) while owned by Francis H. Ludington of Pelham Manor, NY, USA and carrying license LPG211.
1960 Bugatti Owners Club Christmas Card - Bugatti Type 59 - Chassis 59124.
This is a vintage 1960 Bugatti Owners Club Christmas Card from 1960 (sent out with the best wishes for 1961...), signed "Jack & Rose".
The front shows the Bugatti T59 (Chassis 59124) while owned by Francis H. Ludington of Pelham Manor, NY, USA.
1963 Bugatti Molsheim Rapport de Controle - Roue d'Arbre a Cames.
This is an original "rapport de controle" or Technical Check form, dated September 15, 1963 and issued for camshaft wheels.
It is addressed to Ets. Ungerer, Strasbourg, France.
A great Molsheim "internal" item!
1965 Bugatti Molsheim Letter - Steering Wheel.
This is an original 1965 Bugatti Molsheim letterhead.
It was sent on the first of June, 1965 to Ets. Ungerer in Strasbourg, France to inquire about their order for 1 steering wheel.
It is signed & stamped by J. Tritscher, Head of Purchasing of Automobiles Ettore Bugatti.
L'Epopee Bugatti - L'Ebe Bugatti - FRENCH - 1966.
This title, often mistaken for "L'Epoque Bugatti", was written by Ettore Bugatti's first daughter whom he called L'Ebe after his own initials...
This history of the Bugatti family told by Ettore’s first daughter is particularly moving and interesting.
She rectifies some errors raised in the works appeared since her father’s death and tells his life with a very human point of view although without indulgence.
Gabriel Voisin's afterword, technical appendixes, everything is fascinating in this book.
Published by Editions de la Table Ronde & l’Action Automobile et Touristique - Paris - august 1966.
HARD TO FIND!
Only 1 available.
Bugatti - Ronald Barker - ENGLISH - 1971.
Small unpretentious size printed on bad quality paper.
It's a pity, because text and often new or uncommon photos would have deserved a better presentation.
Small stain on the cover (see picture).
Published by Ballantine Books - New York - USA - February 1971.
La Bugatti - Borgé / Viasnoff - FRENCH - 1977
Popularization work, some funny anecdotes (real ???), many errors also but interesting and rare photos.
Published by Editions Balland - Paris - France - 1977.
The Amazing Bugattis by Haslam / Garner / Harvey / Conway - ENGLISH - 1979.
Compiled by Malcolm Haslam, Philip Garner, Mary harvey & Hugh Conway, it is dedicated to the genius of the Bugatti family.
This work glances rather intelligently though the artistic work of Carlo Gugatti, Rembrandt Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti.
Many B&W illustrations.
Published by:The Design Council - London - England - 1979
Memoirs of a Bugatti Hunter - Antoine Raffaëlli - Maeght Éditeur - ENGLISH - 1997.
The author tells his life during which he discovered numerous Bugatti, mostly for Fritz Schlumpf and his fantastic museum, today Musée National de l'Automobile in Mulhouse (France).
The story of these discoveries is astonishing, and well written.
Second part of the book details all 35 and 37 Types that the author has known, with the history of every chassis number.
When published, this book made creak many teeth, some authentic renowned Bugatti being known here as destroyed in race, photos in the support !
To note very beautiful and numerous photos of the era, often unknown.
Published by Maeght éditeur - Paris - France - 1997.
Only 1 available - New-Old-Stock !
The Bugatti Queen - Miranda Seymour - 2004 - Signed by the author !
Hellé Nice (1900-1984) has been called "the greatest female race car driver of her time."
The incredible life of Hélène Delangle, well known under the assumed name Hellé Nice. Bugatti racing pilot, she won a lot of races and broke many speed records. A “rich” private life, beginning her career as nude dancer, Hellé Nice was a free girl, even if the end of her life was difficult. Several unknown pictures add to the interest of this very nice book.
A racer of thrilling audacity, Hellé Nice caught the attention of Ettore Bugatti and embarked on an unprecedented career. She competed in numerous Grand Prix, became the only woman to drive on the treacherous American speedbowls and set new land-speed records.
Recreating her roller-coaster career from many previously unpublished sources, Miranda Seymour reveals the story of an unforgettable life.
Only 1 available.
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