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    1941 Indianapolis 500 Panoramic Photograph, PSA/DNA Type 1. Floyd Davis and Mauri Rose became the last co-winners at Indy, driving for owner Lou Moore. Wilbur Shaw lost his bid to become the first three-peat champion and four-time winner when his crew inadvertently put on a faulty tire during a pit stop which caused him to crash.

    Pay homage to the stars of the Speedway with this panoramic image of the twenty-fifth Indy 500, issued by Charles J. Bell Studios of Indianapolis, Indiana. "29th Annual 500 Mile Race May 30, 1941" appears at the front bottom. A crease and small tear at the right, and a couple of lighter surface creases would all disappear from view substantially if the piece was matted and framed. Deemed a "Type 1" by the experts at PSA/DNA, this exemplar measures to approximate dimensions of 10x34". LOA from PSA/DNA, Type 1.

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