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Re: F1 Memorabilia
Posted by: SehnKhan
Date: 13/02/2013 05:01
Rosberg - that's a mighty, mighty fine collection of memorabilia you have accumulated there - great work.

My collection is nowhere near as extensive, but I do have some pieces that I appreciate.

1x large Ayrton Senna print (from his McLaren days).

1x self made Ayrton Senna tribute artwork (features a picture of the FW16, a mosaic of Senna himself, and a picture of the McLaren MP4/8 from 1993 all together in a framed piece with simple placard with Sennas Date of Birth and Date of Death).

1x Miniature Ayrton Senna helmet & a large Senna flag.

Moving on from Senna though, I have various airbrushed prints of F1 cars throughout the years. One of which was signed by Mark Webber (a print of the RB6 from 2010 - Mark signed this for me at an event prior to the Australian Grand Prix in 2011).

I also have a limited edition signed 1:2 scale helmet from Mark Webber in display case. Mark released 50 of these after the 2011 season. I was the very lucky individual who was sent #1 of 50.

I also have various diecast models - mostly Williams models. The pride of which is my Minichamps 1994 Williams FW16 in full Rothmans livery of Ayrton Senna (which I keep under lock & key - only comes out of the box when I'm feeling particularly nostalgic. There are also models of the FW27, FW28 & FW29 (although the FW28 was damaged when it was posted to me).

There are various other items floating around - signed Red Bull hat from Mark Webber, signed Nico Rosberg print, various other Autographs obtained at the Melbourne Tennis Match in 2006 (drivers competed against each other in singles & doubles tennis - obtained quite a few autographs that day). Also various F1 related books, DVD's & Bluray discs.

It's an expensive interest we have sometimes smiling smiley

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