Images and Moving Footage
The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Archive contains over 100,000 items of unique images (prints, original negatives and transparencies) and moving footage (films, VHS, betacam) representing the fascinating history of the Lanchester, SS, Daimler and Jaguar marques as well as the wider twentieth century motor industry and society.
Many of our images and moving footage have never been seen before. Our collections include press and promotional shots, product ranges, motor shows, vehicle testing, company documentaries, racing and an insight into working life in the factories. We are still cataloguing many of our collections to archive standards, please contact us for details of what we hold.
Visit our online shop for a large selection of ready to order high-quality prints, which make lovely gifts. Our prints are available in a variety of sizes with/without mounts for a professional finish. All prints purchased are for personal use only with no reproduction rights granted.
Images and Archive Material
We can supply high-quality copies of many of our unique images for personal and commercial use. We can also supply reproductions of many items held in our Archive collections. Please telephone +44 (0)1926 646 388 or email email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
We can provide high-resolution digital copies of archival moving footage for personal and commercial use. Please telephone +44 (0)1926 646 388 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
We request that researchers apply for permission from the Head Archivist for the right to copy, reproduce, publish or exhibit any archive material held by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust for use in unpublished works (including presentations, projects, academic essays/theses) and published works in all media (including books, exhibitions, television, film, the internet and social media).
Charges and Licences apply to our reprographic services. All income generated from these and other archive services are put towards the work of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust in its role of preserving the heritage of Jaguar and its predecessor companies for the future. Click here for the Copying and Publication of Archive Material Regulations