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Contents

Capturedf Alfa Romeo 1915 Qwertygrfewsasdfg Alfa Romeo 1935-1 Alfa Romeo 1946 Captureds
1910–1915 1915–1925 1925–1933 1933–1946 1946–1947 1947–1948
 
Alfa Romeo 1948 Alfa Romeo 1950 2345 Alfa Romeo Logo Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 2015
1948–1950 1950–1971 1971–1972 1972–2000 2000–2015 2015–present

Alfa Milano

1910–1915

Capturedf

Alfa Romeo was founded on the 24th June 1910 as 'A.L.F.A'. Alfa Romeo's logo incorporates two heraldic devices traditionally associated with its birthplace, the city of Milan: a red cross, from the emblem of Milan and the 'biscione'; a crowned viper swallowing a moor - the emblem of the House of Visconti, rulers of the city in the 14th century.

Alfa-Romeo

1915–1925

Alfa Romeo 1915

Alfa was renamed 'Alfa-Romeo' in 1915 and with that came an altered logo now reading 'Alfa-Romeo Milano'.

1925–1933

Qwertygrfewsasdfg

In 1925, a silver wreath was added to the outside as well as some minor edits to the typeface and the cross & viper.

1933–1946

Alfa Romeo 1935-1

​​​​​​In 1933, the text was modified and further edits were made to the badge.

1946–1947

Alfa Romeo 1946

The logo was simplified in 1946, removing the wreath and modifying the emblem yet again.

Alfa Romeo

1947–1948

Alfa Romeo 1947-2

For a short time, the logo became red before it was reverted back to its former colour scheme. At this time the dash between 'Alfa' and 'Romeo' was removed also.

1948–1950

Alfa Romeo 1948

1950–1971

Alfa Romeo 1950

The logo was slightly changed in 1950 with the viper and cross being modified.

1971–1972

2345

In 1971 the "Milano" word was dropped from Alfa Romeo's logo.

1972–2000

Alfa Romeo Logo

2000–2015

Alfa Romeo

2015–present

Alfa Romeo 2015


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