Bernard Rubin's Bentley tool box


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Bernard Rubin's Bentley tool box, formerly the property of the 1928 Le Mans Winner and co-driver with Woolf Barnato in the 4½ Litre, and 'Bentley Boy', constructed from oak by S Smith & Sons (Motor Accessories) Ltd of Cricklewood, with lid and detachable front panel opening to reveal interior with graduated drawers for tools and smaller spare parts, with Bentley motif engraved 'B. Rubin - Queensland' to the lid with Winged 'B' motif to the front panel, 51cm wide x 37cm high, complete with two keys.