More ideas from John
This intriguing image shows the escutcheon of the Troutbeck family of Cheshire - topped by a Black person who appears to be bound. Like the coat of arms of John Hawkins, the Troutbecks' arms suggest that they were involved in the slave trade. Little is known about the practice of displaying images of Black people in this way - but, as with many aspects of Black history, further research might well reveal more. C 107/121 (18th century)

This intriguing image shows the escutcheon of the Troutbeck family of Cheshire - topped by a Black person who appears to be bound. Like the coat of arms of John Hawkins, the Troutbecks' arms suggest that they were involved in the slave trade. Little is known about the practice of displaying images of Black people in this way - but, as with many aspects of Black history, further research might well reveal more. C 107/121 (18th century)

Status Symbol This intriguing image shows the escutcheon of the Troutbeck family of Cheshire - topped by a Black person who appears to be bound. Like the coat of arms of John Hawkins, the Troutbecks' arms suggest that they were involved in the slave trade. Little is known about the practice of displaying images of Black people in this way - but, as with many aspects of Black history, further research might well reveal more. C 107/121 (18th century)

Status Symbol This intriguing image shows the escutcheon of the Troutbeck family of Cheshire - topped by a Black person who appears to be bound. Like the coat of arms of John Hawkins, the Troutbecks' arms suggest that they were involved in the slave trade. Little is known about the practice of displaying images of Black people in this way - but, as with many aspects of Black history, further research might well reveal more. C 107/121 (18th century)

Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 49 took pole and won the race. Tragically this was to be his last grand prix before suffering a fatal accident in an race at Hockenheim.

Simca Gordini, Lane Motor Museum, Nashville. Nice little racing car.

Charming little racing car Simca Gordini, Lane Motor Museum, Nashville.

v e s p a m o r e

v e s p a m o r e on Tre Giorni Guided tour in Innsbruck

1965 F1 Monaco

Lorenzo Bandini ( Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC) at the 1965 Monaco Grand Prix leading his teammate John Surtees ( Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC)