Automobilia and memorabilia lots for auction

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Automobilia entries for July 11 2019 Auction Sale

 

1

A pair of workshop ramps

£10 - 20

 

2

A pair of brass domed ignition switches mounted on a wooden plinth    

£30 - 40

 

3

An MG B heater unit, a pair of inlet manifolds and a heat shield together with a 1960’s AA badge

£30 - 40

 

4

 

A Mecanno Super Models number SM4 Giant Block - Setting Crane, assembled complete with mains electric Mecanno transformer type M20, a quantity of wheel gears, pulling plates and nuts and bolts.  A quantity of 1950’s Mecanno magazines, brochures, catalogues and plans    
£300 - 350

 

A Mecanno Super Models number SM4 Giant Block - Setting Crane, assembled complete with mains electric Mecanno transformer type M20, a quantity of wheel gears, pulleys, plates and nuts and bolts.  A quantity of 1950’s Mecanno magazines, brochures, catalogues and plans

£300 - 350

 

5

A Mecanno Super Models number SM32 Twin Cylinder Steam Engine, assembled  

£100 - 200

 

6

A Rolls-Royce sample car care product kit in a presentation box 

£15 - 25

 

7

Rolls-Royce Bentley Reports  for 1987, 88 and 89

£15 - 25

 

8

A Bentley Turbo R and Continental R sales brochure and a Bentley Continental R press review

£30 - 50

 

9

Rolls-Royce selection of first media articles - "Dawn Media Drives - South Africa 2016”, first and second editions  

£20 - 40

 

10

A Bentley brochure for the Eight, Mulsanne S, Turbo R and Continental

£10 - 20

 

11

A Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph sales brochure

£10 - 15

 

12

A Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, Corniche and Silver Spirit sales brochure

£10 - 20

 

13

A Bentley brochure: “65 Years of Bentley”

£15 - 20

 

14

Five Rolls-Royce and Bentley brochures: “50 Years at Crewe”, “You Know all Those Stories about Rolls - Royce” “Makers of the Best Car in the World”, “Pride of Britain, Envy of the World” and a Rolls- Royce regalia range brochure

£40 - 60

 

15

“Fifty Years of the Rolls - Royce Enthusiast Club” 

£20 - 30

 

16

Two Rolls-Royce Foundation desk diaries 2010, 2011 in unused condition

£15 - 20

 

17

Three Rolls-Royce Enthusiast Club Yearbooks for:  2010, 2011 (Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Spirit of Ecstasy); 2012 (A Celebration of Excellence)  

£25 - 50

 

18

A pre -war garage workshop gear oil dispenser, marked 10/30 gearbox

£20 - 30

 

19

A Shell Aviation Spirit fuel can with brass cap, manufactured by Valor, May 1933  

£25 - 30

 

20

A restored Shell petrol can with brass MEX cap, manufactured by Valor, January 1935

£25 - 30

 

21

A cast iron sign c.1880, 12” x  16” Cambrian Railways “Shut the Gate, The Penalty is Forty Shillings for Leaving this Gate Unlocked”, in quality restored condition 

£80 - 120

 

22

A quantity of gaskets for Triumph and BSA (T120/A65), a pair of unused stainless steel push road tubes (TR5/5T) together with two Haynes Workshop manuals for Triumph pre-unit and unit twins

£20 - 30

 

23

A collection of aviation books and magazines

£10 - 20

 

24

A Cleveland Motor Deisel pump globe

£200 - 300

 

25

Bentley ‘Fifty Years of the Marque’ by Johnie Green, first edition 1969, ‘BDC Marks and their Bentleys 2012’ and a Frank Dale and Stepson stocklist for 2012, together with the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club 2012 Year Book (A Celebration of Excellence); The RREC 2013 Yearbook (Celebrating  150 Years of the life and legacy of Sir Henry Royce) and the RREC 2014 Yearbook (Celebrating 110 Years of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars)

£30 - 40

 

26

‘Motor Cycling Manual’ fifth edition 1920 together with a quantity of 1950s ‘The Model Engineer’ publications and a 1963 ‘Vintage Commercial’ magazine

£5 - 10 

 

27

A Rootes Group 1950’s Sunbeam Alpine road wheel

£20 - 30

 

28

A War Department jerry can made by W & W complete with a rare pouring spout    

£15 -20

 

29

A factory reprint of a Lagonda 2 Litre Tickford Saloon and Coupe instruction book, for models LB/290/1 and a factory reprint of a Lagonda parts catalogue for 2.6 and 3 Litre models

£40 - 60

 

30

An Autojumbler’s lot:  Dennis parts lists; Perkins Diesel Engine parts lists, handbooks and instruction charts; Dodge Truck parts catalogue; a Rushton and Hornsby parts list (minus cover)  (Qty)

£25 - 35

 

31

A Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II sales brochure and Silver Shadow and Silver Spur sales brochures

£25 - 50

 

32

“The Mighty Mercedes” by Michael Frostick; a Daimler - Benz AG publication: “Auto Biography - The History of the First Century of the Automobile”; “The Book of the Silver Ghost” by Kenneth Ullyett and a “History of Motors and Motoring” Volume I

£25 - 50

 

33

Various publications: Michelin Guide to the British Isles 1920; Pratts Road Atlas 1929 (imperfect); Bartholomews Pocket Atlas to London 1929; two AA handbooks 1935 - 36 (imperfect); The Historical Atlas of Europe 1929; 1928 Morris Oxford and Cowley manual (imperfect); Brown Brothers Catalogue 1954 (imperfect) and others

£30 - 40

 

34

A pair of cast aluminium Alvis step plates, new-old stock

£25 - 35

 

35

Various publications: sales brochure for ‘The Tickford Sunshine Coupe on the Vauxhall Light Six’;  ‘The Modern Motor Engineer Electrical Diagrams’, first published 1937 and reprinted 1948 with wiring diagrams

£30 - 50

 

36

A complete set of eight boxed Classico Collection Shell Ferrari models, 1:43 scale together with two others 1:18 scale

£50 - 70

 

37

“The Motor Trader and Review” - the Leading Trade Journal of the Industry 2, May 16th 1934, “The Garage and Motor Agent”, 21st December 1935 and a Lucas Calcia Club carbide acetylene cycle lamp c.1927

£40 - 50

 

38

A veteran Desmo Birmingham brass and nickel bulb horn, with slight damage (requires replacement bulb)

£30 - 50

 

39

An electric pump operated central control Smiths jacking system, as used on post - war Austin Sheerline and Princess and others

£80 - 110

 

40

Six Trico post-war suction type D shaped wiper motors, three 5” and three 4”

£25 - 50

 

41

A six volt Lucas wiper motor with a brass cover, numbered DW3 731064 A53 (condition unknown)

£25 - 45

 

42

A twelve volt Midgley Car Lighting Co. Ltd London wiper motor, serial number: E 1740 R, (condition unknown)

£25 - 50

 

43

Factory workshop manuals (well used) for: 1957 Riley 1 ½ litre and 2 ½ litre, `1949 Vauxhall Velox and Wyvern together with three Haynes for BLMC 1100 and 1300, Vauxhall Corsa `1993 - 97 and Ford Fiesta 1976 - 83, together with two framed prints of vintage motor cars

£50 - 80

 

44

A framed print: “Sea Hornet Patrol” by Phillip E. West, produced by the De Haviland Heritage Aircraft Trust

£30 - 40

 

45

A set of twelve limited edition prints, numbered 0741, of Carrozzeria Touring Milano coachbuilding designs in their original case, by Carlo Anderloni together with a set of eight motor car prints: “Prestigiose Vetture Del Passato”, published by Quattroroute/Domus - Milano, Istituto Geografico DeAgostini - Novara 1972

£70 - 90

 

46

Motor Sport Racing Car Review: 1948, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 by D.S Jenkinson (some with damaged dust jackets) together with British Road Racing publications by John Dudley

£30 - 50

 

47

Nine Motor Cycle Racing related books (seven by G.S. Davison), Motor Cycling Year Book 1951 by Peter Chamberlain and Private Owner by L.R. Higgins

£30 - 50

 

48

Six publications including: Jenks a Passion for Motorsport, Gilles Villeneuve, Graham Hill, Jensen Button and Nigel Mansell

£30 - 50

 

49

Six publications relating to Rallying in the 1950’s, together with 'Magic MPH' by Goldie Gardner and 'The John Cobb Story' by S.C.H. Davis and others

£30 - 50

 

50

Four books by Prince Chula Chakrabongse, Road Star Hat Trick, Road Racing 1936, Blue & Yellow and Dick Seaman Racing Motorist together with Speed Camera by E.S. Tompkins, Wheelspin by C.A.N. May and Bits and Pieces by Prince Bira

£40 - 50

 

51

‘Split Seconds - My Racing Years’ by Raymond Mays, ‘Speed on Wheels’ by Sir Malcolm Campbell, ‘Touch Wood’ by Duncan Hamilton, ‘Full Throttle’ by Tim Birkin, ‘Motor Racing’ by Earl Howe, ‘Ettore Bugatti - A Biography’ by W.F. Bradley, ‘Challenge Me  - The Race and Champion Year’ by Mike Hawthorn, ‘Stirling Moss’ by Robert Raymond and ‘In the Track of Speed’ by Stirling Moss

£40 - 60

 

52

‘Motor Racing Management’ by John Wyver, a publication of racing cars and drivers, ‘A Racing Motorist’ by S.C.H. Davis, ‘Motor Racing and Record Breaking’ by G.E.T. Eyston and Barre Lyndon, ‘Grand Prix Racing Facts and Figures’ by George Monkhouse, ‘Formula 2’ and ‘500cc Racing’, both by Gregor Grant

£30 - 50

 

53

‘Specials’ by John Bolster, ‘The Racing Driver’ by Denis Jenkinson, ‘Motor Racing with Mercedes-Benz’ by George Monkhouse, ‘Pursuit of Victory’ by Karl Kling, ‘The British Competition Car’ by Cyril Posthumus and ‘The Sports Car’ by Colin Campbell

£30 - 40 

 

54

‘Atalanta Women as Racing Drivers’ by S.C.H. Davis, ‘British Sports Car’s by Gregor Grant, ‘Continental Sports Cars’ by W. Boddy, ‘The Story of Brooklands’ by W. Boddy, ‘More Wheelspin’ by C.A.N May and ‘Speed Triumphant’ by Pierre Fisson

£20 - 30

 

55

A collection of eight motor related ash trays; Castrol, Shell, BP, Pirelli, Goodyear (2), Firestone

£40 - 60

 

56

A collection of oilers including: ‘K’ numbered 83B, William Marples & Sons, Berkel’s, Atco, Valespool together with a large brass grease gun

£60 - 80

 

57

Various lamp lenses (9) and a black vinyl spare wheel cover

£15 - 20

 

58

A Civil Service Motoring Association car badge

£25 - 30

 

59

A Ford radio unit type FD 2001 and two Pioneer speakers

£10 - 20

 

60

An assortment of car badges and motifs, together with an Austin horn push, an Armstrong-Siddeley filler cap, two RAC badges and a Veteran Motorist car badge with ‘41 Years’ centre motif

£20 - 30

 

61

A Shell Classic Shell Oil Expresso Set in original box (a Shell official heritage product)

£20 - 40

 

62

A Commer Express Delivery Van MK VII handbook, with wiring diagram and lubrication chart, together with a 1936 - 39 Hillman Minx handbook

£25 - 35

 

63

A 1974 Mini 850 & 1000 Saloon, Van and Pick - Up handbook

£10 - 15

 

64

A 1939 Rover Fourteen, Sixteen and Twenty handbook  

£10 - 20

 

65

An Austin Seven handbook number 1400C, a spare parts list number 1403A and another list of spare parts number 1406C for low chassis frame

£18 - 24

 

66

Three Austin handbooks for 1955 A40 - A50 Cambridge, A55 Cambridge MK II and 1959 A95 - A105   

£30 - 40

 

67

A Riley 4/Sixty Eight and 4/Seventy Two handbook together with a Cassell Book of the Standard Eight 1953 - 1955

£10 - 15

 

68

Two Ford handbooks for the New Anglia 1959/and the All New Anglia

£10 - 20

 

69

A 1905 AA publication ‘This Motoring’ by Stenson Cooke, a 1939/40 AA Hotel handbook, a pre -war AA badge numbered 750 32F, an AA phone box key c.1920, a pamphlet  ‘AA Always First’ dated June 1925 (R.G. Hoskins, 2, the Grove, Dorchester handwritten on the cover), together with a 1926 tyre gauge all in an original AA box

£40 - 50

 

70

An Essolube quart glass forecourt oil bottle inscribed Anglo - America Oil Co. Ltd

£20 - 30

 

71

An early American Blue Bird school bus radiator cap with mascot (the Blue Bird Company apparently still build school buses to this day)

£40 - 60

 

72

A Desmo Eagle mascot with seven inch wing span, mounted on a wooden plinth

£40 - 60

 

73

An early Ford amperes meter, a c.1948 Ford mechanical clock with Swiss movement and a Bakelite surround together with a  1960’s Lucas AMPS meter

£50 - 70

 

74

A pair of Fiamm electric horns, a Lucas distributor cap numbered 418888, a Lucas starter solenoid and an AC Delco X19 oil filter   

£10 - 20

 

75

Four Vauxhall HC chrome mouldings, part number 8832963, new-old stock

£10 - 20

 

76

Four Riley 1.5 enlarged facsimile copies of sales brochures 

£10 - 20

 

77

“The Motor Year Book” for 1950 (damaged) to 1957 inclusive, together with Stirling Moss’ Book of Motor sport, “Grand Prix Driver” by Herman Lang and a Motor sport supplement “With Moss in the Mille Miglia”

£30 - 50

 

78

“500cc Motor Racing Yearbook” 1952; “Formula III Yearbook” 1953 - 1954; “Controlling a Racing Car Team” by S.C.H. Davis; “For Practice Only” by Louis Klemantaski and Michael Frostick; “The Technique of Motor Racing” by Piero Taruff and “Sports Car Racing “ by Brian Laban  (6)

£25 - 35

 

79

“Autocourse - the Review of International Motor Sport” 1966 and 1966 - 1967; “The Complete
Encyclopedia of Formula 1”   
£15 - 25
“Autocourse - the Review of International Motor Sport” 1966 and 1966 - 1967; “The CompleteEncyclopedia of Formula 1”   £15 - 25

 

80

“Convertibles - the History and Evolution of Dream Cars”; “Pictorial History of the Automobile”; “A Different Kind of Life” by Virginia Williams; “Colin Chapman - The Man and his Cars”; “Jackie Stewart - Winning is not Enough”   

£15 - 25

 

81

“A Life with HWM - from Aston to Facel Vega” by Fred Hobbs with a personal signed note from Mr Hobbs to his friend Mr John Powell; “Rosemeyer” by Elly Beinhorn Rosemeyer and Chris Nixon, signed by Chris Nixon and “Jackie Stewart - Triple Crowned King of Speed” by Karl Ludvigsen

£20 - 30

 

82

A vintage Williamson twin cylinder water  cooled motorcycle engine, manufactured by Douglas for Williamson Motorcycles, complete with magneto (all for restoration)  

£800 - 900

 

83

A pre-war ladies bicycle by Vindec   

£50 - 75

 

84

A vintage Eclipse adjustable hub nut wrench  

£20 - 30

 

85

A jaw and pin tow hitch, pre- war

£10 - 30

 

86

A pre - war Riley radiator surround

£20 - 40

 

87

A veteran King of the Road lamp, numbered 722 for stirrup mounting, with missing burner (for restoration)  

£30 - 50

 

88

A World War II T.E. Bladon and Son Ltd. hand held candle lantern with a black-out lense cover (for restoration)

£20 - 40

 

89

A Joseph Lucas oil lamp burner and a 15 piece repair/service pack for Primus pressure stoves c.1950s

£20 - 25 

 

90

A pre-war wooden spark plug box containing two spark plugs, two pre-war headlamp bulbs, two wing mirror clamps and an electrical fitting together with a pair of Curtis brake cylinder clamps 

£10 - 20

 

91

Two Dodge lenses with a chrome surround and two small rear/ axle lamps, all ex - military and probably World War II

£20 - 30

 

92

 A Wilmot-Breedon military vehicle interior lamp, numbered LV6/MT3 WB/16039/J, new-old stock, in original packaging
£20 - 30

A Wilmot-Breedon military vehicle interior lamp, numbered LV6/MT3 WB/16039/J, new-old stock, in original packaging

£20 - 30

 

93

A Kismet twin head tyre pressure gauge together with a set of BA spanners, a BSW ¼ - 20 tap, a Tecalemit grease gun for early brass hexagon grease nipples and a Tecalemit bicycle grease gun

£20 - 30

 

94

Ten KLG RML/60 spark plugs    
£5 - 10

Ten KLG RML/60 spark plugs

£5 - 10

 

95

A large pre-war conical-top fuel can, embossed EP. Co. Ltd; a petrol pump hose, 25’ x ¾ bore; a reproduction bulbless single twist brass horn and a motorist’s large leather wallet

£20 – 25

 

96

A 1927 AA ‘Scotland for the Motorist’ tour book, an Observer’s Book of Vintage Cars, ‘Antiques and their Values – Veteran and Vintage Cars’, ‘A Source Book of Fire Engines’ and an Austin Eight Saloon and Van Series ASI and AVI service manual

£15 – 25

 

97

A quantity of (imperfect) Autocar magazines, including: 3rd May 1935 Silver Jubilee edition, 1950 London Motor Show Review, 1953 Scottish Show, 1957 Sports Car edition, 1958 Sports Racing Cars edition, 1958 Winter Equipment edition and the 1959 Monte Carlo Report (12)

£50 – 60

 

98

‘Automobile Quarterly’, twelve editions from Volume 3, No. 2, to Volume 46, No. 2, incomplete

£20 – 25

 

99

‘The Rolls-Royce Twenty’, first edition, signed by John M Fasal, with bookmark

£60 – 80

 

100

‘Coachwork on Rolls-Royce, 1906 – 1939’, ‘Rolls-Royce – The Elegance Continues’, and ‘Those Elegant Rolls-Royce’, all by Lawrence Dalton

£30 – 40

 

101

‘Bentley – Fifty Years of the Marque’ by Johnnie Green, ‘Rolls-Royce in America’ by John Webb de Campi, and ‘Fifty Years of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts Club’

£30 – 40

 

102

A quantity of motoring auction sale catalogues, including Christies, Bonhams, Coys, Sothebys and Bonhams/Brooks, and four Goodwood programmes

£25 – 35

 

103

An Autojumbler’s lot of motor racing and historic motor car books (11)

£20 – 25

 

104

A 1/18th scale model of an Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato and a 1/18th scale model of a Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta

£10 – 20

 

105

‘The Aeroplane Spotter’, volume VI, January to December 1945

£25 – 30

 

106

A pilot’s computer – Dead Reckoning MK4A, reference: 6B/2645, and a San Tech Inc. E-6B computer, model FDF-60, in a plastic wallet

£20 – 30

 

107

Aircraft recognition silhouette cards inscribed ‘US Naval Aviation Training Division’ c. 1942, and a hand held viewer with shutter, inscribed USN Bureau of Aeronautics Special Devices Devision

£30 – 40

 

108

Part of a badge bar with nine badges fitted, including: Institute of Advanced Motorists (J. D. Hughes), Veteran Motorist (43), Royal Air Force Association, St. Christopher – Safety – Courtesy – Wales, Shropshire Yeomanry, Royal Signals, Parachute Regiment and another

£40 – 60

 

109

Two rolls of Irish bus route signage

£40 – 60

 

110

A roll of ‘double-duck’ materials, supplied by Woolies, sufficient to make a new hood for an Austin 7 Opal, together with a roll of brown vinyl material

£50 – 100

 

111

A collection of bus nameplates and motifs, including Foden, Bedford, AEC, Layland, Dennis, Yeates Coachwork, Commer, Gardner and others, together with four Leyland hub caps

£50 – 70

 

112

A Leyland Tiger badge, manufactured by Manhatton Windsor, Birmingham, numbered NLH 9601 (with one stud missing)

£40 – 60

 

113

A Leyland Lynx motif, manufactured by Manhatton Windsor, Birmingham, numbered: KLH 8211, together with a key ring without the leather fob, numbered: RLM 1137

£30 - 50

 

114

A Leyland Tiger badge, manufactured by Manhatton Windsor, Birmingham, numbered NLH 9601 (without studs)

£40 – 60

 

115

A Coleman’s Mustard enamel sign, 36” x 24”

£50 - 70

 

116

A bus conductor’s wooden spring clip ticket holder with tickets and an extra supply, together with a Bell Punch and Printing Co. Ltd ticket punch machine, numbered 81996 (with original leather strap), a ticket machine, labelled ‘Product of Setright’, serial number 36839, with its original steel carrying box, and a bus conductor’s pole with bell push

£50 – 100

 

117

An Urban District of Chesham 297 Driver enamel badge

£10 – 20

 

118

A Public Service Vehicle Driver badge in leather holder, numbered: N91623

£20 – 40

 

119

A Public Service Vehicle Driver badge in leather holder, in well-worn condition, numbered: N23546

£15 – 35

 

120

A collection of car club badges including: Land Rover Owner’s Club – Midland; S.C.U.V.B.A Diver; RSPCA; Aberystwyth and District Motor Club; Bedford Driver Club; British Driving Society; Carmarthen Motor Cycle and Light Car Club; AA and many others (qty)

£40 – 60

 

121

A hand painted wooden sign: Rover Coaches, 13” x 21”

£20 – 30

 

122

A Pink Paraffin aluminium double-sided sign

£20 – 25

 

123

A Leyland coach steering wheel, a Rover Bus Service plastic sign for internal fitting, and two reproduction signs: Shell Motor Oil and Ford Genuine Parts

£20 – 30

 

124

Two Austin Seven radiator surrounds for restoration

£20 – 25

 

125

An Autojumbler’s lot: two oval enamel plates, numbered 981N and 10026N, a brass Castrol engine oil filler cap, a selection of coach lapel badges, a Rover Coaches tie, rally brass plates, a framed postage stamp of an Austin Seven Tourer and others (qty)

£15 – 20

 

126

Seven Lledo commemorative Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally commercial models

£15 - 25

 

127

A selection of lead soldiers, animals, a cannon, a kennel, two petrol pumps, an oil cabinet, two goats, all in play worn condition

£15 - 20

 

128

A BP Energol Motor Oil forecourt glass bottle with cap, a half-pint oil pouring jug and two Castrol reproduction jugs: a pint and a quart

£20 - 30

 

129

A sit-on mechanical twin grinding wheel machine manufactured by Luther Grinder Manufacturing Co, Milwaukee, USA

£200 - 250

 

130

A Bosch electric brass horn, together with a Joseph Lucas acetylene motorcycle lamp, a hub puller, an Austin pre-war hub cap, two 1960s headlamp rims, four brake cylinders, a Gardner casting, numbered J584, and a Hella lamp surround, all for restoration

£20 - 30

 

131

A large blow lamp, a brass bodied Dunlop Junior foot pump, an Austin Seven speedometer, four Champion L87-Y new-old stock spark plugs, a new-old stock chrome 6 volt horn and a Lucas starter motor, model C35

£30 - 40

 

132

Five motorcycle publications: Miller’s Price Guide 1998-99, ‘The Ultimate Motorcycle Book’, ‘Classic British Motorcycles’, ‘Great British Motorcycles of the Fifties’, and ‘British Motorcycles of the 30s’

£20 - 30

 

133

A Ferodo brake testing meter with original box (the latter in poor condition)

£25 - 35

 

134

A War Department jerry can with label: MT-GAS F-57

£5 - 10

 

135

Three 2 gallon petrol cans: Esso and two Shell-Mex and BP

£30 - 40

 

136

Three 2 gallon petrol cans: Shell-Mex and BP, War Department 1943, and Esso

£30 - 40

 

137

Three 2 gallon petrol cans: Shell Aviation Spirit, Esso and Pratts

£30 - 40

 

138

Three 2 gallon petrol cans: two Shell-Mex and BP, and one un-named

£30 - 40

 

139

Two Valor one gallon cans

£15 - 20

 

140

A Beckmeter Model C petrol pump sales brochure (with punched holes) and a quantity of petrol coupons (6)

£10 - 20

 

141

A Triumph TR4 and TR4A workshop manual and a Triumph TR4A spare parts catalogue, both factory reprint editions

£20  -25

 

142

A 1968 brass Pyrene fire extinguisher and a 1958 chrome Pyrene fire extinguisher, both with holder brackets

£15 - 25

 

143

Two wooden boxes, 26.5” x 4” x 7.5”, containing various precision technical tools

£20 - 30

 

144

Corgi Classics 1:43 scale 1929 Thornycroft van and an Oxford die-cast vintage model Austin Seven van, both in original boxes

£15 - 20

 

145

Matchbox Models of Yesteryear YS - 16 1929 Scammell 100 ton truck - trailer with G.E.R. Class E4 2 - 4 - 0 Locomotive, Special Edition, in original box

£15 - 25

 

146

A Corgi 50th Anniversary Battle of Britain a Limited Edition set with authentic livery, number 7320, in original box and a Lledo promotional model Royal Air Forces Association ‘Wings Appeal’ vintage van, in original box

£15 - 25

 

147

British Airways Concorde model, British made by Wooster, in original box  

£10 - 15

 

148

A German made Schabak model Pan Am model 1:600 scale aircrafts collection which includes the 747 Airbus A300 and the Airbus A310.727, together with a Lledo die-cast models Pan Am crew bus, a double decker bus and a holidays coach, both in original boxes

£15 - 25

 

149

A Dinky Toys model 283, B.O.A.C. Autocar Autobus, in its original damaged box

£15 - 20

 

150

Three Ford models 1:25 scale: Sierra Cosworth, Granada, Fiesta XR 2i, a Burago Fiat Uno with Italia ‘90’ logos and a Tuk Tuk three wheeler, all in original boxes

£20 - 25

 

151

A Corgi Collectors Classic c.1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, a Matchbox numbered 65 Combine Harvester, a Matchbox set for the Garden Festival, Wales 1992 and a Lledo Chesham Glass Company vintage van, all in original boxes

£10 - 15

 

152

A Carolina Casualty Insurance Company coach, a Corgi National Garden Festival Gateshead 1990 bus, a Lledo City of Coventry 1934 coach and a die-cast model 1:76 scale Colwyn & Ryle coach, all in original boxes 

£10 -20

 

153

A Dinky Toys A.E.C. fuel tanker Esso model number 945, in original box  

£15 - 25

 

154

A Dinky Toys A.E.C. fuel tanker with flat trailer model number 915, in original box

£15 - 25

 

155

A die-cast Swifts Services car transporter lorry 1:76 scale model, an EFE model British Steel lorry 00 scale and a Roslyn Promotional models Whitby & Pickering Railway 150th Anniversary Foden steam lorry, all in original boxes

£15 - 20

 

156

A Corgi A.E.C. Regal Ledgard coach, limited edition 07249, together with a Corgi Grey - Green A.E.C. Regal coach, both in original boxes

£15 - 25

 

157

Three EFE tanker models: Century Lubricant Specialists, Heygates Flour and Fresh Milk from Lord Rayleigh’s Farms, together with a Wells Soft Drinks Atkinson lorry, 1:76 scale, all in original boxes

£10 - 20

 

158

A Corgi ‘The Buses of Yelloway’ A.E.C. Regal & Bedford OB coach together with a die-cast Black & White Harrington Grenadier coach, both in original boxes

£15 - 20

 

159

A Matchbox Royal Wedding 1981 bus, a Woburn Abbey Souvenier bus, a Corgi National Express Rover Luxury Travel coach and a Days Gone 1928 Karrier ‘Robin the New Starch’ E6 trolly bus, all in original boxes

£10 - 20

 

160

A Corgi ‘Martell’ Thornycroft bus, a Corgi ‘Walters Plum Toffee’ Thornycroft  bus, a Corgi A.E.C.  Stev enson’s Uttoxeter via Tutbury bus, all in original boxes

£15 - 20

 

161

A die-cast Southdown Harrington Cavalier bus, together with a Maidstone & District Harrington Grenadier bus, in original boxes

£10 - 15

 

162

A Corgi A.E.C. Regal Rosslyn Motor Company bus together with a Corgi Bedford OB Boultons coach - in original boxes

£15 - 20

 

163

“The Austin Seven Scource Book” by Bryan Purves, “The Original Austin Seven”, “The Men and Motor of the Austin”

£15 - 20

 

164

“The Austin Seven Manual” by Doug Woodrow and “The Original Austin Seven”

£10 - 15

 

165

An Austin Eight saloon and van Series A.S.I. and A.V.I. service manual together with an Austin Eight and Ten instruction book and a 1939 Autocar magazine featuring the Austin Eight

£10 - 20

 

166

An Autojumbler’s lot: various publications mainly Austin Seven, Shire Books, a 1951 - 52 AA Members handbook and others (qty)

£15 - 20

 

167

A 1931 Morris Isis Six manual and a 1925 Morris Owner’s manual , in well used condition

£10 - 20

 

168

An Autojumbler’s lot: bus and coach publications (qty)

£10 - 20

 

169

An Autojumbler’s lot: bus and coach publications (qty)

£10 - 20

 

170

A 1930’s Jowett rear luggage carrier

£20 - 25

 

171

A veteran Genies of Paris oil lamp (funnel is missing) 

£45 - 55

 

172

A pair of Marchal 7 ½” headlamps and one mounting bracket, for restoration   

£20 - 40

 

173

A two gallon Shell petrol can

£5 - 15

 

174

Two wooden vintage artillery road wheels to take 16 x  50 tyres    

£30 - 50 

 

175

Seven boxed models from the Corgi Classics ‘Showman’s Range’: An Atkinson eight wheel rigid truck and trailer (27602), a Leyland eight wheel rigid truck (24401), a Scammell Highwayman crane set (16101), a Foden closed pole truck (12601), an Atkinson open pole truck set (27801), a Scammell Highwayman ballast with closed pole trailer and caravan (16501) and a Scammell Highwayman generator with closed pole trailer and dodgem (15901)

£135 – 155

 

176

Three boxed models from the Corgi Classics ‘Heavy Haulage Range’: an Edward Beck and Son Ltd Foden FG articulated and long platform trailer (12801), a Wrekin Scammell articulated low loader (16701), and a Hills of Botley Scammell 24 wheel low loader (17601)

£65 – 80

 

177

Six boxed models from the Corgi Classics ‘Brewery Collection’: a Bulmer Scammell Scarab with barrels (15202), a Bass Bedford S bottle truck (19601), a Whitbred Seddon Atkinson horse transporter (27701), a Vaux Atkinson articulated tanker (27901), a Tetley’s Bedford S canvas backed truck (19702), and a Fremlins Foden deliver truck (12401)

£85 – 95

 

178

Three ‘Archive’ Corgi boxed models: a Lucozade Thames box van (30306), a Mickey Mouse Foden box CWS lorry (13602), and a Moorhouse’s Jam ERF KV box lorry (11101)

£40 – 55

 

179

Four Corgi ‘Golden Oldies’ boxed models: A Weetabix Bedford S (19302), a Heinz Thames Trader (19303), a Slumberland Thames Trader (30301), and a J Lyons Bedford S (19301)

£50 – 70

 

180

Three boxed models from the Corgi ‘British Road Services Collection: a Bedford S-Type tractor and flat trailer (19901), an ERF dropside lorry (10101), and a Stobards Thames dropside lorry (30202)

£50 – 70

 

181

Eight models from Corgi’s Limited Edition Range: a Sottons of St Helen’s Atkinson tractor unit with flat trailer (28001), a Shell Bedford S-Type articulated cylindrical tanker and Land Rover set (31005), an Arron Henshall Atkinson platform lorry (27501), an Arrow Bulk Carriers Ltd Foden S21 Mickey Mouse cylindrical tanker (13701), a Holt Lane Transport Leyland Super Comet (25301), an Esso Bedford S-Type elliptical tanker (20201), a W&J Riding Ltd Bedford S-Type dropside lorry, and a Gulf Oil Thames Trader elliptical tanker (30401)

£130- 150

 

182

Twelve boxed models from Corgi’s 40th Anniversary range: a Walls AEC refrigerated boxed trailer (21401), a Michelin Leyland Beaver boxed trailer (24701), a Siddle C Cook Ltd Scammell Highwayman and 33’ trailer (16401), an F B Atkins Atkinson truck, trailer and loads (27601), a Fina Fuel Oils Atkinson elliptical tanker (27201), an Express Dairy Scammell Scarab (15101), an Ever Ready Scammell Highwayman tanker (16303), an R A Kembery and Sons Thames Trader (30201), a Blue Circle Cement Foden rigid truck (12501), a Watts Bros Bedford pantechnicon (19301), a Mackintosh’s AEC truck (21201), and a Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service Bedford tender (19201)

£160 – 180

 

183

A pair of Weber 40DCOE carburettors, new-old stock, in original boxes and stored for the last twenty-five years

£400 – 500

 

184

A pair of Dellorto DHLA 45 carburettors, new-old stock, in orginal boxes and stored for the last twenty-five years

£400 – 500

 

185

A pair of SU carburettors, 1 ¾“, complete with a Triumph Dolomite Sprint inlet manifold and linkage
£200 – 300

 

186

A helicopter pilate’s ELNO head-set, understood to be in working order

£50 - 80

 

187

An R.F.D Ltd inflatable yacht life raft for four persons, Type 4 U Mk I (N.B - Carry by handles - do not pull the cord! And sold with no guarantee… It would make a good children’s paddling pool though…)

£50 - 100

 

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