Lalique Feature: Sanglier

Lalique Feature: Sanglier

The Sanglier, which means boar in English, is another of the more popular car mascots of the Lalique collection. Appealing no doubt to the hunting elite, it was produced and purchased in large numbers from its release in October, 1929. Standing at a little over three...
Maintaining Your Classic Car

Maintaining Your Classic Car

Just like your everyday driver, classic cars require maintenance. In fact, because they aren’t driven regularly, classic cars require special maintenance. You can’t just buy a classic car, stick it in the garage and forget about it in-between the odd Sunday drive....
Lalique Feature: Saint Christophe

Lalique Feature: Saint Christophe

Although one of the more common hood ornaments from the Lalique collection, Saint Christophe was popular for a reason. After all, what better mascot to have perched on the front of your automobile than the Patron Saint of Travelers? Depicting Saint Christopher...
5 of the World’s Rarest Books

5 of the World’s Rarest Books

While “rarest” and “most expensive” often go hand-in-hand when it comes to book collecting, it’s important to make a distinction between the two because it is not always the case. It’s possible for a tome to be rarer than another (i.e. have less copies available), but...