Year: ca. 1901
Size: 42 1/4 x 58 inches
Condition: A-/ Unobtrusive folds
In operation from 1901 to 1947, Corre was a French automobile manufacturer known primarily by its logo "La Licorne"—The Unicorn. To increase sales in the early days of the company, they enlisted in racing competitions to notable success. The driver seen here is likely Joseph Collomb, who drove the C1 model throughout 20 years of racing for Corre and won first place at several competitions, including the 1908 Coupe de l'Anjou and the 1912 Tour de France Automobile.