Gerard Smith Mascot Collection

Want List

(last updated October 15, 2016)

I am interested in purchasing the items listed below in as good a condition as possible. If you have any items that may be of interest as an addition to my collection, please email me at and include your contact information, a photo or scan of the item (if possible) as well as your asking price.

Please check my Want List periodically as I will continue to update the list with new items of interest.

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Thank you,

Gerard Smith

  • Pre and Post-War Lalique mascots (in pristine condition)
  • Anything which provides insight to the Lalique mascots story
  • Breves mascot ads
  • Lalique mascot ads
  • “The Studio” Magazine – February 1931 and July 1905
  • Breves Lalique metal mascot mounts (with wiring if possible)
  • Lalique Company metal mascot mount
  • Lalique plaster master mascot molds
  • Set of lenses (green, blue, mauve and amber) that go into the Breves mascot mount
  • Any mascot related poster
  • Any mascot related brochure
  • Books which show and/or describe Lalique mascots
  • “International Studio” Magazine – June 1919
  • “Autocar” Magazine – May 1929 (with Breves advertisement)
  • Motometers (in pristine condition)
  • Pre-War Lalique retailer signs (in pristine condition)
  • An original 1925 Paris World’s Fair poster “International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts” also known as the “1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes”
  • A photo of H.R.H. Prince George’s car with the Levrier 1 mascot on it
  • Any information or photos about Levrier 1
  • The Flying B paperweight (in pristine condition)
  • Côte d’Azur Pullman Express statuette created October 12, 1929 (in pristine condition)
  • An original Côte d’Azur Pullman Express poster
  • ‘La Comete’ by Maurice Guiraud Riviere (1891-1967), circa 1925 (in pristine condition)
  • The following original metal mascots (no replicas):
    1. Finnigans Beck “The Storm” by George Poituin
    2. “The Whisper” by Charles Sykes
    3.  All eleven versions of “The Spirit of Ecstasy” by Charles Sykes