This magnificent trophy is further enhanced by its fitted carrying case of fluted and scalloped design in blue and red leathers, with matching woven tie-cord embellished by a silver-plated miniature of the trophy itself. Height 19ins." /> Tripoli Grand Prix 1937 - A fine and unique trophy for the event won by Hermann Lang driving the supercharged 5.6 litre W125 Mercedes- Benz - this is his first victory for the team in his first year as full team member. Heavy African-silver in the form of a Romano-Etruscan style vase; superb hand-beaten embossed relief design, chased and engraved with Egyptian-style antelope frieze and ornamental arched pattern; the neck in polished plain silver bears engraved inscription<I> "XI Grand Premio Automobilistico Tripoli - Coppa del Guvernatore Generale della Libia Maresciallo della Aria - Italo Balbo; 9 Maggio 1937. XV.</I>This magnificent trophy is further enhanced by its fitted carrying case of fluted and scalloped design in blue and red leathers, with matching woven tie-cord embellished by a silver-plated miniature of the trophy itself. Height 19ins. | Christie's