Automobilia and memorabilia lots for auction

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AUTOMOBILIA for the 8 MARCH 2018 SPRING SALE
 

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An Aston Martin DB4 Corgi model, numbered 218, for restoration, together with an exceedingly large glass bottle £5 – 15 
 

2

A pre-war Morris six cylinder head, for restoration, and a six cylinder exhaust and inlet manifold £60 – 70 
 

3

A ‘Bullnose’ Morris radiator assembly for restoration £150 – 250 
 

4

An MG B heater unit, a carburettor heat shield and two inlet manifold spacers £20 – 30 
 

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Two BMC chrome window handles, a door interior handle, a door pull handle and a boot handle (A30/35) £10 – 20 
 

6

A Smiths 2.5” diameter car clock, numbered CE3112/01, for Rootes Group cars £10 – 20 
 

7

A new-old stock John Deere tractor exhaust pipe £5 – 15 
 

8

A street lamp (for fitting onto a post) with a decorative mounting bracket £30 – 50 
 

9

Three auxillary 6” lamps, together with a warning triangle £15 – 20
 

10

Two ‘snatch’ pulley blocks (one single and one double) £5 – 15
 

11

Garage clearance items: Sunbeam Rapier gaskets, brake overhaul parts, two Lucas front flasher lamps, numbered L690, and others £5 – 10 
 

12

Seven Formula 1 Grand Prix programmes, 1983, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91 and 92, together with Race of Champions programmes for 1977 and 1979, some of which include original decals £45 – 55 
 

13

A Volvo 120 Series sales brochure £15 – 20 
 

14

A Volvo 122S Series sales brochure £15 – 20 
 

15

A Volvo 120 Series (B18) sales brochure £15 – 20 
 

16

A Volvo Accessory application brochure for models A-444.544, B-122SB16, C-122S-B18, D-122S Station Wagon, and E-1800 Sport Coupe £15 – 20 
 

17

A W. E. Teale & Co Ltd of Swinton, Manchester, Motor Car Safety Lamp and Radiator: ‘Keeps engine warm for easy starting, also a safe lamp in petrol store’ . This vintage lamp is new old stock, complete with spares and instructions £20 – 40 
 

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A vintage Calormeter by Wilmot-Breedon with black enamel finish £35 – 45 
 

19

A Lejeune Rhinoceros mascot, mounted on a wooden plinth £50 – 80 
 

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A Dodge Ram mascot £50 – 80 
 

21

A William Younger & Co (Est. 1749) mascot £60 – 95 
 

22

Two Jaguar American brochures with ‘The Leaper’ posters for E-Type and XJ220 £20 – 40 
 

23

An 8 th  October 1986 Jaguar XJ6 - Sovereign - Daimler press pack and seven Jaguar press images £40 - 50 
 

24

Jaguar XK media information with CD-Rom: ‘The All-New Jaguar XK – The Full Story’, together with Jaguar XKR, ‘The New Jaguar XJ’ and XF Jaguar press packs £40 – 50 
 

25

A Jaguar press pack for 1 st  October 1992: ‘Grace, Space and Pace’, and XJR-S press information £30 – 40 
 

26

Rover 800 Series press information for 12 th  November 1991, together with ‘Rover – A Brief History’, ‘The New Metro’ press pack for 2 nd  May 1990, and the ‘Rover 800 Series Cover Story’ 10 th  July 1986 £20 – 30 
 

27

’30 Years of the Mini’ – August 1979 press information £40 – 50 
 

28

‘The World of British Leyland’ edited by Tom Dawson £8 – 12 
 

29

‘Sixty Years of Land Rover’ published by Land Rover Media, together with Land Rover media packs for: Discovery 4, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover £10 – 15 
 

30

Jaguar sales brochures: Jaguar XJS for 1993 and ‘The Beauty of Owning a 1993 Jaguar’ (note: with punched file holes) £10 – 15 
 

31

’30 Years of the Mini’ press information £30 – 40 
 

32

Jaguar – ‘The New XJS Range’ press information £30 – 40 
 

33

‘Daimler 1896 – 1986’ specially reprinted by Automobile Quarterly Magazine for Jaguar Cars to commemorate ninety years of Daimler £15 - 20 
 

34

‘Fifty Years of the Jaguar Marque 1935 – 1985’ press information, together with ‘XK – Sixty Years of Legendary Performance’ £40 – 50 
 

35

A framed image of Mr Easton of Poole with his vintage Morris Saloon, 18” x 22”, together with a framed image of Mrs Eston with her Armstrong Siddeley Saloon, 22” x 18” £30 – 40 
 

36

A framed image of a c.1922 Brooklands scene, 18” x 22” £20 – 25 
 

37

A framed image of Henry Cotton at Croydon Aerodrome, c.1930, sat in a Mercedes-Benz SSK, 18” x 22” £20 – 25
 

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A framed image of Cecil B De Mille with Marsha Hunt in a Cord Sports, Hollywood, c.1936, 18” x 22” £20 – 25
 

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A framed image of a Buick Roadmaster Convertible, Los Angeles c.1957, 18” x 22” £20 – 25 
 

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A framed image of a Ford Thunderbird, c.1963, 18” x 22” £20 – 25 
 

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A boxed Maisto special edition 1948 Chevrolet Fleetmaster (Woody) 1:18 scale £15 – 25 
 

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A boxed Anson Classic 1953 Cadillac Eldorado 1:18 scale £15 – 25 
 

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A boxed Maisto Premiere Edition model of a 1938 Buick Century Convertible Coupe, 1:18 scale £15 – 25 
 

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A boxed Maisto Signature model of a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz, 1:18 scale £15 – 25 
 

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A boxed Jada model of a 1940 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 ‘The Godfather’, 1:18 scale £15 – 25
 

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A boxed Jada model of a 1965 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, 1:18 scale £15 – 25
 

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A boxed Yat Ming Leather Series model of a 1949 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, 1:18 scale £20 – 30 
 

48

An Anso model of a 1947 Cadillac Convertible Series 62, 1:18 scale £10 – 15 
 

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A Danbury Mint model of a 1938 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Sedanca de Ville, 1:24 scale £45 – 55 
 

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A Franklin Mint model of a 1930 Duesenburg Derham Tourer, 1:24 scale £40 – 50 
 

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A Rextoys model of a 1940 Packard Super 8, an American Excellence model of a c1970 Pontiac, a model of a 1930 Cadillac V16 Imperial Sedan, 1:43 scale, two Texaco models of 1940 Fords, 1:32 scale, all boxed   £30 – 50 
 

52

A boxed Signature model of a 1936 Chrysler Airflow, 1:32 scale £15 – 20 
 

53

Three boxed Neo models: a Chrysler Imperial Sedan, a Lincoln Mk VII and a Cadillac Coupe de Ville, all 1:43 scale £20 – 30 
 

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Three boxed Neo models: a Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz, a Cadillac Series 62 Sedanette and a Buick Wagon, all 1:43 scale £20 – 30 
 

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A boxed Brooklin model (BRK 20) of a 1953 Buick Skylark, 1:43 scale £40 – 60 
 

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A boxed Brooklin model (BRK 19X) of a 1955 Chrysler C300, 1:43 scale £40 – 60 
 

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A boxed model by The Brooklin Collection (BRK 74) of a 1947 Cadillac Convertible, 1:43 scale £40 – 60 
 

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A boxed model by The Brooklin Collection (BRK 22) of a 1958 Edsel Citation Two Door Hardtop, 1:43 scale £40 – 60
 

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A boxed model by the Brooklin Collection (BRK 27) of a 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Broughan, 1:43 scale £40 – 60 
 

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A framed and mounted print of a harbour scene, depicting a battleship, an airship and a galleon, printed by Mabileau & Co, Colombes, 1914, 22” x 40” £80 – 120 
 

61

A framed and mounted print of ‘Chantecler – A Motor Launch at Speed’, with a background of a vintage motor car, by E. M. Montaul, 1909, 22” x 40” £80 – 120 
 

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A framed and mounted print of an early French motor car in a road race scene, printed by Mabileau & Co, Colombes, 1913, by Gamy £80 – 120 
 

63

A framed and mounted print of an Hispano-Suiza vintage racing car at speed, by M. Campion, 22” x 35” £80 – 120 
 

64

START OF THE IVOR GORDON COLLECTION The Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts Club 2012 Yearbook ‘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’      £40 – 60 
 

65

Bentley ‘Fifty Years of the Marque’ by Johnie Green, first edition 1969, together with BDC ‘Members and their Bentleys’ 2012 and a Frank Dale & Stepsons stock list for 2012 £50 – 60 
 

66

‘The Forgotten Engine – a manual of maintenance and overhaul procedures for the Rolls-Royce Phantom III V12 engine’ by Stephe Boddice £10 – 20 
 

67

‘The Magic of a Name’ by Harold Nockolds – burgundy leather bound, detailed in gold with gilt edged pages, with a slip case £30 – 40  
 

68

A Rolls-Royce presentation book of the history of C. S. Rolls and F. H. Royce and the motor cars, detailed with collectors’ cards, in original condition £20 – 30 
 

69

‘The Motoring Century – The Story of the Royal Automobile Club’ by Piers Brendan, first edition 1997, complete with bookmark and note explaining that ‘HRH Prince Michael of Kent is unable to attend the summer ball’, all contained within the original box £25 – 35 
 

70

‘An Auto Biography’ by Charles Howard, dedicated: ‘To Ivor, With fond memories of the Good Old Days, Best wishes, Charles’, together with ‘The World’s Greatest Classic Cars’ first edition 1995 £50 – 80 
 

71

‘Motoring My Way’ by Stanley Sedgwick, second edition 1991, together with ‘Motoring with Maharajas – The Rolls-Royce Royal Rajasthan Expedition’ £20 – 30 
 

72

‘Those Elegant Rolls-Royce’ by Lawrence Dalton, first edition 1967 £20 – 30 
 

73

‘Rolls-Royce – The Elegance Continues’, third edition 1975 £20 – 30 
 

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A brass St Cristopher, made in France by Tairac, for dashboard fitting, 1.75” diameter £20 – 30 
 

75

A silver winged St Christopher made in England, for dashboard fitting, 5.5” long £50 – 70 
 

76

A pair of bronzed busts, modelled as Charles Stewart Rolls (1877 – 1910) and Frederick Henry Royce (1863 – 1933), measuring approximately nine inches tall, both with brass inscription plates and a certificate of authenticity stating their original production number of 93 and confirming that a limited number of these were commissioned by Rolls-Royce Motors Ltd to commemorate the 75 th anniversary of a meeting between Messrs Rolls and Royce in Manchester in 1904 £400 – 600 
 

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A Camelia James of Bond Street 100% cashmere scarf, in cream with Rolls-Royce emblem £20 – 25 
 

78

A Rolls-Royce 75 Years 1904 – 1979 glass pin dish, 4.5” diameter £15 – 20 
 

79

‘Bentley Continental Sports Saloon’ by Hueber and Sulzberger – The Continental Register 2002  £15 – 25 
 

80

‘Bentley Continental Sports Saloon Register’, published by Palawan Press Ltd, 2003 £20 – 30 
 

81

A Bentley ‘R’ Type handbook, numbered XIV, with damaged inside spine £35 – 45
 

82

A Bentley ‘R’ Type handbook, numbered XIV, with damaged inside spine and fastener £20 – 30 
 

83

A Bentley ‘R’ Type handbook, with some water damage and oil fingerprints £30 – 35 
 

84

A racehorse and jockey chrome mascot, measuring 4” high, made in England £60 – 80 
 

85

A set of twelve Bentley brass buttons £30 – 40 
 

86

A Bentley Continental Sports Saloon handbook, numbered XI, with some oil fingerprints on the opening flap £40 – 60 
 

87

A Bentley Mk VI handbook, with a worn opening flap £30 – 35 
 

88

A Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn handbook, with a slightly grubby cover and opening flap £40 – 50 
 

89

A Bentley 3 ½ Litre instruction book, imperfect £40 – 50 
 

90

A Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow and Bentley ‘T’ Series handbook, second edition £35 – 45 
 

91

A Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III handbook, with a wiring diagram (TDS publication 2076) and a lubrication and maintenance pamphlet (TSD publication 2078) £40 – 50 
 

92

A Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, mounted on a silver plated six inch diameter dish, inscribed ‘Frank Dale and Stepsons - 175 RY - R.R - P.II Coupe’ £80 – 100 
 

93

A Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II handbook, with a wiring diagram and a lubrication and maintenance diagram £40 – 50 
 

94

A Bentley ‘S’ Type handbook £50 – 60 
 

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A Bentley ‘S’ Type handbook £50 – 60 
 

96

A Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud handbook, numbered VIII, with hand written notes in the back £30 – 40 
 

97

A Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow and Bentley ‘T’ Series handbook, first edition, with an imperfect cover £30 – 40
 

98

A Spirit of Ecstasy mascot mounted on a silver plated six inch diameter dish, inscribed ‘Frank Dale and Stepsons – GLZ 61’ £80 – 100
 

99

A Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith handbook, imperfect £40 – 50 
 

100

‘Instructions for the Care of Rolls-Royce Cars, 40-50 H.P., Six Cylinders, for Chassis 2100 – 2499’, January 1913. Includes a small image of a 40-50hp motor car £90 – 110 
 

101

The ‘Book of General and Technical Information Useful to Drivers and Owners of Rolls-Royce Cars, 40-50 H.P., Six Cylinders’, January 1923 £90 – 110  
 

102

‘Instructions for the Care of Rolls-Royce Cars 40-50 H.P. Six Cylinders’, first issued July 1914, reprinted and revised in 1923 £90 – 110 
 

103

A small Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, mounted on a silver plated six inch diameter dish, inscribed ‘Frank Dale and Stepsons’ £80 – 100 
 

104

A ‘Handbook of The 25/30 H.P. Rolls-Royce Car’, numbered XVII, with hand written notes inside both covers £80 – 100 
 

105

A small Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, mounted on a silver plated six inch diameter dish, inscribed ‘RR’ £80 – 100 
 

106

‘Instructions for the Care of Rolls-Royce Cars, 40-50 H.P., Six Cylinders’, first issued July 1914, reprinted and revised 1920 £90 – 110
 

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Instructions for the Care and Running of the 40-50 H.P. Rolls-Royce Car (New Phantom)’, March 1926 £90 – 110 
 

108

A Spirit of Ecstasy mascot mounted on a Mappin & Webb Ltd silver plated eight inch diameter tray £90 – 110  
 

109

A Rolls-Royce / Bentley inspection torch £70 – 90 
 

110

A post-war tool kit, possibly from a coachbuilt Rolls-Royce or Bentley £120-150 END OF THE IVOR GORDON COLLECTION
 

111

A Murphy Radio Ltd Type A48 mains radio in an attractive wooden cabinet, in restored condition and tested £80 – 100 
 

112

Four 15” wire road wheels in good condition, suitable for MGC, Austin-Healey, Triumph TR5 and TR6 and others. Two fitted with Firestone 165R15 tyres with a 6mm tread, and two fitted with Goodyear tyres with a 4mm tread. Supplied with four knock-on wheel nuts £110 – 130 
 

113

An Aston Martin DB7 Volante hood cover in red, with cream piping £70 – 100 
 

114

START OF THE MALCOLM PALMER COLLECTION A quantity of motor sport calendars £10 – 20
 

115

Le Mans posters for 2002, 03, 04, 05, 06 and 2007; three signed by E. D. Morris, the youngest British driver to compete in the 24hr Le Mans competition (qty) £20 – 40
 

116

Le Mans posters (qty) £15 – 30 
 

117

Le Mans posters for 2002, 03, 05, 06 and 2011 (qty) £20 – 40 
 

118

Three posters signed by drivers Matt Neal, Jonny Kane, Richard Stanton and some pit girls £10 – 20
 

119

Four 2006 F1 posters £10 – 15 
 

120

A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model, produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor EMI), 1:18 scale £70 – 90
 

121

A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model, produced by Paul’s Model Art (Team main sponsor Harrods), 1:18 scale £70 – 90 
 

122

A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model, produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor Gulf), 1:18 scale £70 – 90
 

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A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model, produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor Fina), 1:18 scale £70 – 90
 

124

A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model, produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor Franck Muller), 1:18 scale £70 – 90
 

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A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model , produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor Fina), 1:18 scale £70 – 90
 

126

A boxed McLaren Collection F1-GTR model , produced by UT Models (Team main sponsor Gulf), 1:18 scale. Some damage to box £60 – 80
 

127

A boxed Panasonic Toyota Racing model, produced by Minichamps, 1:18 scale. Includes the original postcard of the driver Allan McNish and his race car which is signed by the driver £80 – 100 
 

128

A limited edition (38/750) print titled ‘Storming to Victory – Johnny Herbert’s European Grand Prix Victory, Nurburgring, 1999’, signed by Johnny and the artist Geoffrey T. Wood £70 – 90
 

129

An ‘exclusive’ limited edition (137/340) print, titled ‘Cars and Drivers of the 2000 World Championships’. Pencil drawn artwork by J. Cottee, driver Jensen Button, car BMW Williams £50 – 70 
 

130

An ‘exclusive’ limited edition (137/340) print, titled ‘Cars and Drivers of the 2000 World Championships’. Pencil drawn artwork by J. Cottee, driver Eddie Irvine, car Jaguar Cosworth £50 – 70
 

131

An ‘exclusive’ limited edition (85/340) print, titled ‘Cars and Drivers of the 2000 World Championships’. Pencil drawn artwork by J. Cottee, driver Mika Hakkinen, car West McLaren Mercedes £50 – 70
 

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An ‘exclusive’ limited edition (217/340) print, titled ‘Cars and Drivers of the 2000 World Championships’. Pencil drawn artwork by J. Cottee, driver Jarno Trulli, car Jordan Mugen Honda £50 – 70
 

133

Eight Mercedes-Benz race car posters, one signed by the German driver Bernd Maylander £40 – 60
 

134

Eight posters, including: Subaru World Rally Championship 1998, Pirelli, GTD R42 and others £15 – 25 
 

135

A limited edition (48/410) print of the MG Metro 6R4, signed by the driver Tony Pond and the artist Tony Smith £70 – 90
 

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Much more coming soon!