CS Rolls as a boy, 1880s. Artist: Unknown

CS Rolls as a boy, 1880s. Artist: Unknown

1-193-500 - National Motor Museum/Heritage Images

CS Rolls as a boy, 1880s. Rolls, at bottom left in this picture, set up business selling French and Belgian cars before going into partnership with Henry Royce, forming the motor car and engine manufacturing company Rolls-Royce in 1904. The same year Rolls crossed the English Channel by balloon, and in June 1910 made the first non-stop double crossing by aeroplane. The following month he was killed in a plane crash.


Image Details


People Information

Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
Subject
  1. Charles Stewart Rolls: British: Motorist, aviator, car manufacturer, founder of Rolls-Royce

Medium
  1. Photograph

Picture Type
  1. Portrait

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Digital Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 3798x4951
File Size : 55,090kb


Aliases

  1. A7899
  1. 0340000640
  1. 1-193-500
  1. 1193500
  1. 640
  1. A7899

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