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ATLANTA TROPHY HERE

The New York Times
December 5, 1909


Atlanta Trophy
Famous $10,000 Prize on Exhibition at Rainer Show Rooms.

One of the costliest automobile trophies ever competed for in this country is now on exhibition on "Automobile Row."  This is the famous Atlanta Trophy, made of solid gold and silver and costing $10,000, which was won by the Rainier stock car in the 200-mile race at the opening of the Atlanta Motordrome last month.

Atlanta Trophy

The trophy, designed and constructed by Dieges & Clust of New York, stands thirty inches high, the figures above the pedestal being of solid gold.



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