Sir Henry Royce, (c1920s?). Artist: Unknown

Sir Henry Royce, (c1920s?). Artist: Unknown

1-193-496 - National Motor Museum/Heritage Images

Sir Henry Royce, English engineer, (c1920s?). In 1884, after being apprenticed to the Great Northern Railway, Royce founded the mechanical and electrical engineering firm Royce Ltd, Manchester, who produced such things as electric cranes, dynamos and arc lamps. After finding that his Deauville motor car was unreliable he decided to design and build his own. Royce's first motor car was made in 1904, a car which so impressed his friend Charles Rolls that in 1906 they formed the motor car and aero-engine manufacturers Rolls-Royce Ltd.


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People Information

Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
Subject
  1. Henry Royce: British: Car designer, industrialist, founder of Rolls-Royce

Medium
  1. Photograph

Picture Type
  1. Portrait

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 3808x4955
File Size : 55,280kb


Aliases

  1. A8489
  1. 0340000636
  1. 1-193-496
  1. 1193496
  1. 636
  1. A8489

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