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Rolls Royce Photo Competition : Unleash your Inner Artist and Capture the Luxury.


Calling all Rolls-Royce aficionados and photography enthusiasts!

We're seeking your creative flair to elevate our brand's imagery to new heights. Help us capture the beauty, elegance, and uniqueness of our Rolls-Royce models through your lens.


How to Enter: Snap a photograph of any Rolls-Royce Oxford Diecast model—whether in a real-life setting, humorously staged, or part of a captivating diorama. Let your creativity roam!

Already own a Rolls-Royce? Fantastic! If not, enjoy a 20% discount when purchasing from our website to participate. Use Code : ROLLSROYCE20

Submit your masterpiece by 15/11/2023 to

Prizes for the Champions: 🏆 1st Place: A year of free Platinum Membership, a £100 Oxford Gift Card, and your winning photo featured proudly on our website! 🎨 A beautifully framed design cell, signed by Eloise and Taff, featuring your winning photograph.


Let your creativity drive you and your Rolls-Royce! Share the beauty, elegance, and spirit of these iconic vehicles with the world. Happy snapping! 📸 #RollsRoyce


Terms and Conditions


  • Images to be emailed or posted and received by 23.59pm BST on 15th November 2023.
  • You can enter up to a maximum of 5 photos.
  • Along with your photography, please send some information about your picture.
  • All images must be your own. If found to not be your own image you will be disqualified.
  • The competition is open to all ages, however those under the age of 18 must have their parents’/guardian’s permission before entering or sharing any details.
  • Winner to be announced on 30th November on our social media accounts and on our website competition page.
  • Winner will have 28 days from notification to claim their prize. If a winner does not claim their prize within this timeframe, the prize will be withdrawn and will be used for future competitions. 
  • The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative.
  • It is the responsibility of the entrant to provide correct, up-to-date details. Oxford cannot be held responsible for winners failing to supply accurate information which affects prize acceptance or delivery of their prize.
  • This competition is not sponsored, endorsed, or associated with Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.
  • Entrants give full permission for their images to be used for Oxford marketing purposes, including but not limited to, sharing on the Oxford social media platforms, in publications and other forms of print media. 
  • Employees and their immediate families (spouse, parent, child, sibling, grandparent and/or "step" family), of Oxford Diecast, associated agents or anyone professionally connected with the prize promotion are exempt from entering.
  • Incomplete, illegible, misdirected, or late entries will not be accepted. Proof of sending will not be accepted as proof of delivery or receipt. No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are incomplete, lost due to technical reasons, corrupted, delayed, wrongly delivered, or not received for whatsoever reason.


A dedicated engineer called Henry Royce met an aristocratic car dealer called Charlie Rolls, creating the Rolls-Royce marque. From 1912 Rolls-Royce pursued a one-model policy; all Rolls-Royces made from 1912 to 1925 were 40/50hp 'Silver Ghosts'. In 1922 Rolls-Royce added the smaller Twenty, making a two-model range, and in 1925 the 40/50hp New Phantom replaced the Ghost. In 1929 the Twenty was uprated to become the 20/25, at the same time as the launch of the Phantom II. In 1935 the Phantom III replaced the Phantom II, and in 1936 the 25/30 replaced the 20/25, but it only lasted until 1938. In 1938 the 25/30 Wraith was launched. After the war the Silver Wraith was the new Rolls-Royce model. The first postwar 'standard steel' bodied Bentley was the Mk IV, of which the Rolls-Royce equivalent was the Silver Dawn. The standard Rolls-Royce of the 1950s and 1960s was the Silver Cloud (Mark I, 1955-59, Mark II 1959-62 and Mark III 1962-66). Big limousines were the highly-exclusive Phantom IV (1950-56), Phantom V (1959-62) and Phantom VI (1968-91). The first integral-bodied Rolls-Royce was the Silver Shadow I (1965-77), followed by the Corniche Marks I to V from 1971 to 1996, the Camargue (1975-86) and the Shadow II (1977-80). The long wheelbase version of the Shadow family for limousine use was the Silver Wraith II. Difficulties in the Rolls-Royce aero engine business led to the company being nationalised in 1971, and the car business was privatised two years later as Rolls-Royce Motors. The Silver Spirit replaced the Shadow and ran from 1980 to 1998, along with the Silver Spur. The Silver Seraph was made from 1998 to 2002, and the Corniche V followed in 2000, made until 2002. In 1998 Vickers sold the Rolls-Royce and Bentley marques in a tangled arrangement which ended up with the Rolls-Royce marque in BMW ownership. New Rolls-Royce cars made by BMW included the Phantom (2003), Phantom drophead coupe (2007), Phantom Coupe (2008) and Ghost (2010).



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