This ain’t no dog and pony show were talking about here folks, but rather a true thoroughbred of a collectable celebrating The Queen’s Plate: Canada’s oldest thoroughbred horse race founded in 1860 by Queen Victoria.
Clad in Spanish inspired riding togs, elaborate victory jacket and accompanied by his elegant fedora our handsome Queen’s Plate champion stands proudly in the winner’s circle. The tintype plate, in perfect condition (no bends, unmarred) is set in a leatherette case and velvet pad. A museum quality piece of Canadian sports history.
For offer: a vintage, one of a kind photo of winning Jockey Ben Alcott standing in the winner’s circle (1861).