Automobilia and memorabilia lots for auction

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Summer 2017
 

1

A twenty litre Jerry can, war department c.1951, a five litre Eversure Fill a Can and two cantilever tool boxes £20 – 30
 

2

Two carriage lamps with mounting brackets, intact but dirty, powered by candles that are pushed up in the bottom tube by spring movement, bevelled edge glass  to front and side and red glass to rear      £80 – 100
 

3

A pre – war Miner’s safety lamp numbered: 1193, manufactured by J.H. Naylor of Wigan made of pewter and brass, in good condition £50 – 60
 

4

A pair of brass Lucas “King of the Road” side lamps, both numbered: 624, in excellent condition £90 – 100
 

5

Three early bicycle lamps: an Astral acetylene nickel finished front lamp, a Fustrite small acetylene lamp made in the U.S.A for restoration and an American Toledo oil lamp £50 – 60
 

6

A pair of marine oil lamps, pilot or fishing boat lights heavy round shaped glass, one red and one white, steel bodied in good condition, manufactured by Miller & Sons of Piccadilly, London, both numbered: 179 £80 – 120
 

7

A pre – war ‘Dependence’ railway signalling lamp, very ornate – made of steel with a copper top vent, a wooden handle and bevelled side glasses, manufactured by Oldfield of Birmingham, body and mechanism good but rust on bezel around glass £60 – 80
 

8

A Powell & Hammer, Birmingham Veteran brass side lamp, with two spare reflectors £40 – 60
 

9

A 1950’s battery powered hand – held or top – pocket, black bodied lamp £10 – 20
 

10

An 'Aeronautica' English Classics Ltd., lady’s sheepskin flying jacket £70 – 90
 

11

A brass hydrometer, “Twaddle No: 1”, in fitted steel case £25 – 35
 

12

A very rare original Matchbox Coronation Silver Coach, without box. Provenance: this was a gift received by the vendor during the 1953 Coronation of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II £30 – 40
 

13

 An Elliott engine speed (revolution) counter, numbered: 14404, in original Rexine case £25 – 35
 

14

A compensated forecasting aneroid barameter and a forecasting ‘computer’ dial, manufactured by Nagretti and Zambra, London, patent 6275 in 1915, with fitted but well worn wooden and leather case £60 – 70
 

15

A Dobbie-McInnes engine pressure indicator for diesel or steam engines, in fitted wooden box, complete with original instructions and sample test papers    £80 – 100
 

16

An ‘Admiralty Pattern’ volt meter, for radio frequencies, 1944, in original wooden case £70 – 90
 

17

A ‘Sestrel’ hand-bearing compass, in original fitted glazed and wooden case, manufactured by Henry Browne & Son, Ltd.’ London £80 – 100
 

18

A 1937 one pint hallmarked tankard, manufactured by Hutton of Sheffield, with weights and measures stamp GR37, inscribed LNER together with a pewter one pint tankard, inscribed S & DMC 1962, Cotswold Clouds £40 – 50
 

19

An antique 'Adze', with a new wooden handle, used for shaping timber in wooden boat construction £30 – 40
 

20

Operator instruction books for marine engines: Bruce & Holroyd – Feltham type S.M.1 and T.M.1, Caterpillar 1951 D375, D364, D13000 and Electric Set and D17000, Thornycroft DB2 Morris Navigator, (2), Commodore, Vedette, Austin Tornado and Skipper and Chief Stuart 1955 P5 and P55 and H2M £60 – 80
 

21

Twenty – two owner’s guides for marine outboard motors: Spiegel Brooklure, (3hp, 5hp, 12hp and 22hp), Goodyear Sea – Bee (3hp, 5hp, 12hp, 22hp) AMC Sabre (5hp, 12hp, 22hp), Royal (3hp, 5hp, 12hp, 22hp) and Hiawathe (3hp, 12hp), c1956 £60 – 80
 

22

Nine owner’s instruction books for outboard motors: Mercury, British Seagull (x2), Atco, BMB Swordfish, Archmedes, Viking and Valmet Tern 6 (x2) £25 – 35
 

23

Four marine workshop manual for Coventry diesel Godiva type CDM, two 1953, two 1948 together with a maintenance manual for Gray Marine Engine, RCL – 330, a Kelvin Ricardo 1953 instruction book, a British Kromholt H. Type shipping engine manual , c1950, Instructions for 1952 Crossley HRL and HRN Types, a Thornycroft  Auxillary Yacht brochure and others £30 – 40  
 

24

A Singer sewing machine oiler and an early Araldite kit,  for display purposes £5 - 10
 

25

Three Dinky Toys model racing cars: Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Cooper Bristol, in play worn condition £25 - 30
 

26

Two Dinky Toys models: Goldie Gardener land speed record MG and the George Eyston Thunderbolt, in play worn condition £10 - 15
 

27

A c1930s model of Sir Henry Seagrave's world land speed record car, Golden Arrow, in play worn condition, but complete £15 - 25
 

28

Four novelty cushions in the form of: the TWR Jaguar XJS Number 2, the TWR Pentax Mazda RX7 with registration number WIN 1, and two Mazda RX7s £20 - 30
 

29

An autojumbler's lot: a selection of shirts etc..: TWR, Jaguar, Silkcut Jaguar, Team Le Mans 1980, Group C Racing Brands Hatch 2000, Team Holden, 1990 Austrailian Formula 1 Grand Prix, and Classic Adelaide, some signed by Win Percy £20 - 30
 

30

Four anoraks with sponsor  logos as follows: Holden Racing Team with Castrol Telecom Mobiles, Sunsill Park Royal, Dunlop, Australian Airlines, Holden Racing Team, Evesham Micros Harrier Cars, Vall Computers and Silverstone Club Sport       £20 - 30
 

31

Four anoraks with sponsor logos as follows: Evesham Micros, Harrier Cars, Vale Computers, Classic Adelaide and Ford Motorsport £20 - 30
 

32

Four anoraks with sponsor logos as follows: Coca – Cola Racing, Holden Special Vehicles, Evening Standard, SFR Tour 2000 Auto and a body warmer Phillip Island Classic Motor Races 2003   £20 - 30
 

33

A Sabelt race suit with Shell Historic Challenge and Ferrari logos, and a SPARCO race suit with EMI logo £40 - 50
 

34

A Jaybrand race suit with sponsor logos as follows: TWR, Mazda, Champion and Motul and another Jay Brand race suit with sponsor logo of BRDC £50 – 60
 

35

A Jaybrand race suit with sponsor logos of TWR and Herbie Clips, another Jaybrand race suit with sponsor logos as follows: Evesham Micros, Vale Computers, Evening Standard, Dunlop, Carphone Warehouse, Privillage Insurance, Mitshubishi Electric and Harrier Cars £50 – 60
 

36

A Jaybrand race suit with sponsor logo of HSV and another race suit with logos of Bradshaw Vehicles and BRDC £50 – 60
 

37

A Sparco race suit with sponsor logos as follows: Silverstone Insurance and Autosport and an RPM race suit with sponsor logos of Volvo Racing, Bridgestone and Revolution £50 – 60
 

38

A Jaybrand race suit with sponsor logos as follows: Tele Moustique, Andy Rouse Engineering, Lauffer Material De Cuisine, Seca & Bilstein, Champion and Dunlop and another race suit with sponsor logos of Nissan, Janspeed Motorsport, Castrol, Yokohama, AWS and BRDC £50 – 60
 

39

A pair of OMP race gloves and a pair of Stand 21 race gloves each signed £20 – 40
 

40

A Bell Mag 6 racing helmet inscribed ‘Win’ with decals, Festival of Speed, 2010, 2011, & 2012 and BRDC £50 – 70
 

41

A pair size 43 leather Sparco race boots with Velcro stuck to each sole for extra grip £50 – 60
 

42

Registration Number:  WPP  7 – on retention £6000 – 7000  
 

43

A quantity of Silverstone magazines together with XK Gazettes and others £5 – 10
 

44

A quantity of sales brochures including: a 2011 Rolex Oyster Perpetual, The New Fiat 500, Jaguar F Type and price guide, Jaguar XK, Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, 2002 Marlborough Team, Penske Media Guide £15 – 20
 

45

A quantity of Goodwood brochures and programmes together with a Donnington Historic Festival 2012 programme and a Race Retro 2015 programme £15 – 20
 

46

Four books: Ferrari (forward by Nikki Lauda), Ferrari the Legend by Mark Konig, Montezuma’s Ferrari, To Hell and Back an Autobiography  - Nikki Lauda £20 – 30
 

47

Seven books: A Turn of the Wheel by Stirling Moss, Ten Years of Motors and Motor Racing by Charles Jarrot, Lancia Autocar Road Tests, The Power & the Glory a Century of Motor Racing, Sports Cars of the World, Alice to Nowhere, Athletes of Mazda Track Clubs 1989 £20 – 30
 

48

Three books: John Player Motorsport Year Book 1973, Encyclopedia of Motor Racing 2 nd Edition, With Casual Efficiency the Story of the Sporting Car Club of South Australia 1934 – 1994 £20 – 25  
 

49

Datsun 240Z spare parts: two rear lamps, a dashboard fascia panel, a fresh air tube, a fan belt and windscreen mouldings £40 – 50
 

50

Daimler Dart spare parts: rear anti-tramp bars with adjustable rose joints, two air cleaners, two rear shock absorbers, a pair of SU carburettors (part dismantled), an engine sump panel, a rev counter and others £110 – 140
 

51

A pair of Daimler Dart window regulators £30 – 50
 

52

Daimler Dart, a steering wheel assembly complete with horn button & trafficator switch and a steering column and steering box £150 – 200
 

53

Daimler Dart: a fan blade assembly and an electric fan blades unit £50 – 70
 

54

Daimler Dart: front suspension/steering drag link, track control arms with track rod ends together with Spax adjustable shock absorbers and brackets £90 – 120
 

55

Two Win Percy publicity brochures, detailing his motor sport career from 1964 - 2003, titled: '40 Years of Motor Sport Competition' £15 - 20
 

56

A selection of gentleman’s ties including: The BRDC GP92 Silverstone Grand Prix, Holden, McBug Racing, Goodyear, JBE, Duckhams, PASA, W.M.R.C, Mazda, HGC, Team Telecom Willhire 24 Hour Race Snetterton 83 and others  (14) £10 – 20
 

57

Five limited edition prints: ‘Four Wins’ – Win Percy winning at Le Mans in the Jaguar D – Type XKD505, one of four victories at the Le Mans Classic on September 21/22 2002, from an original painting by Andrew Kitson, signed by Win Percy, Norman Dewis and Andrew Kitson, numbered: 214/500, 227/500, 226/50, 225/500, 224/500 £100 – 150
 

58

Seven Holden & Bathurst posters and two others £20 – 30
 

59

Two large images and three posters depicting Nascar at the Thunderdrome 1989 with Win Percy finishing second in the Pontiac, Don Law Racing Le Mans Jaguar, Old Timer Grand – Prix Nurburgring 1996, Holden and International Touring Car Endurance Championship Japan £35 – 40
 

60

Two large prints: 1952 Ferrari 250mm Spyder and a Maserati 250F racing car.  A large Holden image, Holden Racing Team decals and a poster – James Hardie 20 Years at Bathurst £25 – 35  
 

61

Two Bathurst large posters 2003, wishing Win well signed by numerous race drivers £15 – 20
 

62

Images of 1980 British Saloon Car Championship winner Win Percy, a framed monochrome Mazda showroom poster titled ‘While others relied on their car mechanics, we relied on the car’s mechanics’   £10 – 20
 

63

Images of Win Percy clinching the British Saloon Car Championship, a framed monochrome Mazda showroom poster titled ‘This year, the RX7 had an even bigger following’ £10 – 20
 

64

A framed coloured image of Win Percy driving the winning Holden of the Tooheys Bathurst 1000, 10”x12" £15 – 20
 

65

A framed coloured image of Win Percy and the winning Holden in a pit scene (with mechanics changing wheels) of the Tooheys Bathurst 1000, 1990, 24” x  36” £30 – 40
 

66

A framed coloured image of Win Percy coming 2 nd driving a Pontiac in the 1989 Nascar at the Thunderdrome, signed, 22” x 24” £30 – 40  
 

67

A Goodwood 2002 framed coloured image of Win Percy driving a Jaguar E – Type taking 3 rd place, 14” x   20”     £30 – 40  
 

68

A framed coloured image of Win Percy driving the winning Holden of the Tooheys Bathurst 1000, 28” x 35” £40 – 50  
 

69

A framed coloured print montage of ‘Grand Prix Legends’, signed by the artist R. Honisett 2003 signed best wishes to Win – Jack Brabham £60 – 80 
 

70

Six large Holden Commodore V8 showroom posters 'Jakyll & Hyde', and eleven smaller showroom posters of the same £35 - 45
 

71

An coloured montage print, titled: 'Ford Legends' by R Honisett and signed by numerous touring car drivers, together with another, titled 'Holden Legends' by the same artist and again signed by touring car drivers £40 - 50
 

72

A large showroom poster: 'Holden Commodore' 1991, featuring Holden Racing Team drivers £20 - 25
 

73

A large showrrom poster: Holden - 'Born and Bred in Australia / Commodore V8 / Bathhurst 1990', featuring Holden Racing Team drivers £20 - 25
 

74

A showroom poster: 350 Grand Prix Victories in Thirty Years,/Goodyear Have More Wins Than any Other Tyre Manufacturers’ £20 – 30
 

75

Four showroom posters for Holden Commodore: ‘We are proud of our Win – Congratulations to Win Percy and Allen Grice on a great drive at Bathurst, 1991’ £15 – 25
 

76

A showroom poster for Holden Commodore V8: ‘Go for it Winston’, listing the Shell Australia touring car championship 1990 events £15 – 20
 

77

Six Australian outfitters posters: ‘Thomas Cook Boot & Clothing Co’ together with a Mazda ‘Tricentrol 1981 British Saloon Car Championship’ poster, a ‘Grand Prix Historique De Bourgogne, Circuit De Dijon – Penois’ September 1999 poster and a Holden Motor Sport double – sided poster of results for 1990 £20 – 30
 

78

A 1942 well-worn  motorcyclist’s ‘Pudding Basin’ helmet made by C.C.L size 7 1/8  together with  well-worn goggles £50 – 60
 

79

J.A.P – The End of an Era’, by Jeff Clew £40 – 50 
 

80

A framed and mounted limited edition print (76/850) by Weston, depicting a Rolls – Royce Phantom and a Lagonda in a pre – war railway station scene, 22” x  30” £20 – 30
 

81

A framed and mounted collection of cigarette cards depicting veteran and vintage classic cars, 19” x  21” £25 – 40
 

82

“Les Archives du Collectioneur” 1955 – 59 Simca workshop manual, in French £10 – 20
 

83

A 1961 Mercedes – Benz workshop manual for car models 180 – 220SE, based on the 190 workshop manual together with a BMW workshop manual for 1500, 1600, 1800 and 2000Ti  £20 – 30
 

84

A 1965 BMC diesel fuel injection workshop manual together with an early Range Rover  V8 workshop manual and manuals for Allegro, Maxi, BL2200 and technical service data manuals, all well used £10 – 20  
 

85

An Aston Martin DB5 factory workshop manual, part number: 48 – 43 – 103 first reprint £80 – 100
 

86

An MG Magnette ZA & ZB service parts list, a Magnette ZA workshop manual £20 – 25
 

87

A BMC special tuning data folder dated 1968 with information for Mini – Cooper S, Mini 848cc, Midget & Sprite & MGB, a Leyland service electrical fault diagnosis manual, a Weber Master catalogue & technical introduction 1970 and a Weber Carburettors part2 tuning & maintenance book (scruffy cover) £25 – 45
 

88

A 1967 Sunbeam 260 and 289 Tiger workshop manual £15 – 20
 

89

A Riley 1 ½ litre & 2 ½ litre workshop manual together with a series RMF service parts manual and a 2 ½ litre service parts manual £20 – 25
 

90

Three MGB GTV8 workshop manual supplements part number: AKD 8468 (scruffy covers) £25 – 35
 

91

An Autojumbler’s lot: twenty workshop manuals and parts manuals including: Wolseley 6/99 Police Car, Wolseley 6/80, 15/60, 4/44 and Hornet, Morris Oxford Half-Ton Van, Mini-Minor, Isis and Ten-Four   (all well-used) £20 – 40  
 

92

A Franklin Mint die – cast 1953 Cadillac Eldorado 1:24 scale model £40 – 60
 

93

A c.1964 hand painted advertising board: Willdon Motors, Southend – on – Sea, Motor Engine Reconditioners £40 – 60
 

94

A c.1964 hand painted advertising board: Willdon Motors, Southend-on-Sea, Motor Engine Reconditioners £40 – 60
 

95

Empire Racing Cars: a front suspension modification for Morgan 3 Wheeler 2014 onwards.  It has never been fitted or used, it will transform the steering and handling     £450 – 550  
 

96

Making a Morgan, by Andreas and Dagmar Hensing, a publication describing the history and building of a Morgan Plus 4 £20 – 30
 

97

A Morgan Sports Car Club badge and a Morgan Owners Group South badge inscribed Ten Years 192    £35 – 45
 

98

A Wembley Lions Supporter (Speedway) car badge made by Caxton of Westminster, London c.1950. The club ran from 1929 – 1971 £40 – 50
 

99

A Tecalemit grease gun, number: 621173 £20 – 30
 

100

Two black Rexine motoring suitcases £100 – 150  
 

101

A tinplate American armoured car model £20 – 25
 

102

“The Brooks Steamer” (a reprint of the original publication); “Hepolite Bulletin” vol. 17, no: 5, October 1962; servicing instructions for the “Hardy Spicer Needle bearing Universal Joints” 1959; “The Modern Car – Easy Servicing” no: 2 by “The Light Car” 1932 £5 – 15
 

103

A Jaguar Driver’s Club car badge no: 4954, with imperfect enamel and a J.D.C. gold wire blazer badge £30 – 50
 

104

“The New Ford Eight” sales brochure, “The 5 – Star Cars – Zephyr Six and Consul” sales brochure and “Consul Zephyr Ford Product s” sales brochures £30 – 40
 

105

A Lucas Vintage bicycle acetylene front lamp £20 – 40
 

106

A pair of MG Midget/Sprite door shells, for restoration with door glasses and regulators £40 – 60  
 

107

An MG Midget/Sprite boot lid for restoration £30 – 40
 

108

An MG Midget/Sprite left – hand drive steering rack together with a pair of new old stock LMC front floor panels £70 – 90  
 

109

Three micrometers, taps and dies, two drill chucks, a set of letter punches and others £25 – 35
 

110

A quantity of half – inch drive sockets, extensions and bars together with a quantity of spanners   £20 – 30  
 

111

A handbook for the Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith, c.1948 £50 – 60
 

112

An instruction book for the Rolls – Royce 20hp, edition number: 7, clean with worn cover  £30 – 40
 

113

“Instructions for the Care of Rolls-Royce Cars, 40 – 50hp Six Cylinders”, April 1922 (revised edition 1923) slightly used cover £50 – 60
 

114

“Instructions for the Care of Rolls – Royce Cars, 40 – 50hp Six Cylinders”, Issued July 1914 (revised edition 1923) with index of chassis numbers, slightly used cover £80 – 90  
 

115

A Buick workshop manual, 1937 (a re-print) £10 – 20
 

116

A 1930’s Morris type indicator signal switch £70 – 90
 

117

A Bentley Driver’s Club car badge and a Vintage Sports Car Club badge, showing signs of wear     £30 – 50
 

118

An early Vintage Sports Car Club badge £25 – 35  
 

119

A quantity of A/F and Whitworth spanners £20 – 30
 

120

A quantity of A/F and Whitworth spanners £20 – 30
 

121

A quantity of A/F and Whitworth spanners and sockets £30 – 40
 

122

“The Modern Book of Engines and Power Generators”, published 1911, volumes I,II,V and VI £10 – 20
 

123

A Jowett Javelin and Jupiter list of spare parts, 1952 £20 – 25
 

124

A Shell – BP publication – “The Modern Motor Car”, showing cutaway diagrams of motor car internals and chassis including: a lubricants chart, c.1933 £20 – 40  
 

125

A Rolls – Royce Silver Ghost 40/50hp Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, Edwardian 1918 – 1923 series, full markings under wings and base, signed Charles Sykes £500 – 650  
 

126

Three Ford sales brochures: “Comfort and Economy – The Ford Prefect”, “The Ford Eight” and “The Prefect” £25 – 35
 

127

“The Austin Seven Saloons and Tourers” and “The Austin Big Seven Saloons, Forlite and Sixlite sales brochures £25 – 35
 

128

Four sales brochures: “The Austin Fourteen – Saloon and Cabriolet”, “The Austin Eighteen – Saloons” and “Austin – Britain’s Dependable Car” £35 – 45
 

129

Three sales brochures: “The Vauxhall 10 Four”, “The Story of the New Twelve Four by Vauxhall” and “The New Vauxhall 14” £35 – 45
 

130

“The Morris Fourteen" sales brochure £15 – 20
 

131

“The Salesman’s Guide” – a pre-war Motor Trade Association together with The Motor Trade Association – stop lists as on June 28 th 1939 and a pre-war Motor Credit Services – Hire Purchase Calculator £10 – 15
 

132

Twelve publications:” Motor Racing” by Earl Howe (editor) and Bertham Cobb, Davis, Eyston, Railton, Mays and others. ”Competition Driving” by Paul Frere, “A Turn at the Wheel” by Stirling Moss, “The RAC Rally 1932 – 1986”, “The Tulip Rally 1949 – 1966” and others £20 – 30
 

133

Six publications: Stirling Moss –  My Cars, My Career, Damon Hill – Grand Prix Year, Murray Walker’s Formula One Heroes, three Autocourse titles: Gilles Villeneuve, Graham Hill and Emerson Fittipaldi together with three video tapes £20 – 30
 

134

A quantity of Bedford CF new-old stock parts including: rear door check arms, a petrol lift – pump, track rod ends, gaskets, spark plugs, etc., an Audi repair handbook, workshop manuals for Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Nova £20 – 30
 

135

A large (18” long) tin – plate open cab vintage lorry with Carter and Paterson lettering and inscribed 1860 together with a tin – plate sports car £30 – 50  
 

136

A pewter model  of an  Aston Martin DB2 Sports Car mounted on a wooden plinth, 1/24 scale £40 – 50
 

137

A brass ‘BP’ Motor Spirit ash tray £20 – 30  
 

138

Eight framed monochrome prints by Milnes Daimler Ltd., c.1900 of heavy lorries £30 – 40
 

139

Five framed colour prints of steam locomotives £20 – 30
 

140

A Chauvin & Arnoux of Paris amperes meter, brass bodied with white face and grey numerals, 2 ½ “ face £50 – 60
 

141

A vintage side lamp body, red lens to the rear and a clear lens to the front with a barrel shaped body with a dog on the top – possibly French £20 – 30  
 

142

Profile Publications numbered: 7,11 (two copies),12,17,22,23,25 (damaged),27,38,41,44,45,55, 56,61,64,70,74,75,80,87,91 and 93, together with Cars & Motor Cycles publications 1928, thirteen copies 20 – 30
 

143

T.E. Bladon & Son of Birmingham, motor feeder oiler, steel conical body with brass labels and fittings, a Pratts Motor Oil quart can, a Gargoyle Mobiloil ‘C’ quart can and a pint oil pourer jug £40 – 50
 

144

A collection of small oil cans and oilers: Duroline Oil Co., Wheel Brand Cycle Lamp Oil, Chemico Nonclog Lubricating Oil, Halfords Cycle Oil, Superior Lubricating Oil for Cycles, Humber Oil Co., Excelene, Castrol Two-Stroke and a Shell Junior for cleaning and lighters £30 – 40
 

145

A collection of oilers including: Kaye’s, three Braime’s, three small type, a Romac tyre & tube repair outfit, two pre–war bulbs, a pre-war brass bodied road tax holder, a Bean pedal rubber and others £30 – 40
 

146

A Shell Historic Cars collection of ‘car coins’ and a 1966 Montagu Motor Museum Lost Causes rally plate £15 – 20
 

147

A set of three ‘Hamper’ baskets and a leather strap £30 – 50
 

148

A Terence Cuneo print from the original oil painting Bentleys at Le Mans 1929, mounted on a board, 28” x  31” £50 – 60  
 

149

A Terence Cuneo print from the original oil painting Bentley V Blue Train, mounted on a board, 28” x   30” £50 – 60
 

150

John Player & Sons, cigarette cards: ‘Motor Cars’, a set in a frame together with six veteran cartoon postcards £20 – 25
 

151

W.D. & H.O. Wills, Main Line Flake Tobacco advertising framed poster – Bristol Harbour Line. GWR. 150 together with framed print of 1925 Roland Pilgrim vintage racing car, a framed print of a 1930 Alfa Romeo 2.3 litre DHC and a framed monochrome photograph of Army personnel in a vintage car £20 – 30  
 

152

A six inch chrome spot lamp £15 – 25
 

153

A White Star Liner Titanic postcard, unwritten £80 – 100
 

154

Motor Sport magazines: January, February, March, April and May 1948, April 1951 – without cover    £30 – 50
 

155

Autocar magazines: twenty-one editions from twenty-six, July 1946 until 25 th July 1952 – incomplete together with two Motor magazines, 28 th September 1949 and 5 th October 1949, both being Motor Show editions £40 – 50
 

156

An Austin A40 Models 1952 instruction book together with a book: The Romance of Motoring by Bridges and Tiltman, first edition £10 – 20
 

157

A Notwen Oils ‘for dependability’, one pint 1949 pouring jug £30 – 40
 

158

 An enamel sign 30” x  20”: R. White’s Mineral Waters, Lemonade, Ginger Beer, Soda Water, American Cream Soda, Kaola (dark blue & white) £50 – 70
 

159

An enamel sign 30” x  20”: R. White’s Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Cream Soda, Lemon Squash, Kaola, Soda Water (light blue & white) £50 – 70
 

160

A large wooden cart wheel with steel rim, 39” diameter, for decorative purposes £40 – 50
 

161

A horse – drawn wagon centre shaft measuring 131” long £60 – 80
 

162

Two Dunlop 450 x 19 tyres, for display purposes only £20 – 40
 

163

An Autojumbler’s lot of tyres, for display purposes only: one 4.00 x 18, one 4.75 x 18, one 4.50 x 18, one 3.50 x 19, one 4.50 x 17, one 3.25 x 19 and one 4.10 x 19 £50 – 80
 

164

A framed poster, 40” x  28” of a 1938 BMW 327 Coupe side angle in monochrome, advertising L’ Art Le Style & L’ Auto Musee D, Art Moderne De La Ville De Paris £25 – 35
 

165

A framed poster, 30” x   20” of a 1935 Auburn 851 Speedster radiator grille, mascot and headlamps, advertising ‘Art Deco’ 1910 – 1939 Exhibition at the V & A, South Kensington £25 – 35
 

166

Two framed Crosby prints, a Brooklands Banking scene and a Targa Florio scene £30 – 40
 

167

A Mercedes-Benz mascot fitted to radiator cap style mount on a wooden base £25 – 35
 

168

A Royal Automobile Club Associate badge numbered: B296 with Hampshire Automobile Club centre motif, mounted on a brass radiator cap £50 – 60
 

169

A chrome plated Eagle mascot with outstretched wings, 5” wing span £25 – 35
 

170

A collection of Lancia publications: Lancia The Shield and Flag, a first edition signed by the author Nigel Traw, Lancia by Michael Frostick, La Favolosa Lancia, Lancia – an Autocar book of road test reports 1908 – 1980 together with sales brochures, some photographs, road test reports, data, model details and a Profile Publication number 44 Lancia Lambda £30 – 50
 

171

A Smiths vintage car clock with silver face and black numerals, 3 ½” diameter with hinged opening, mounted in a wooden handmade stand £40 – 50
 

172

A Hanhart 3 Steine shockproof stop-watch, engraved on the back with a Ford logo and 12.9.1962, with a leather pouch £50 – 60
 

173

A Calormeter, round with bevelled glass and a chrome housing £25 – 45
 

174

A Russian Soviet Military Airforce cockpit clock, mounted on a wooden display stand £50 – 70
 

175

La Hispano – Suiza, The Origins of a Legend 1899 – 1915 by Emilio Polo, published by Wings & Flags. With original box (slightly marked, but the book still has the unopened plastic covering)   £30 – 50  
 

176

A monochrome framed photograph of an MGA dashboard and steering wheel, 12” x   14” £8 – 12
 

177

Five Austin spanners and ring spanner inscribed: Vincent £10 – 15
 

178

Eight copies of The Motorcycle Magazine for 1943 onwards, The John Player British Grand Prix programmes Silverstone 1975, Brands Hatch 1976 and the Belgian Grand Prix 1996.  Forza Italia Top Gears guide to Italian Cars, Motorcycle Maintenance, Drawing & Painting Racing Cars by Michael Turner, a collection of Maserati magazine articles and others £10 – 15
 

179

Three publications: Famous Racing Motorcycles by John Griffith, Built for Speed by John Griffith and Famous Racing Cars by David Hodges £15 – 20
 

180

Five publications: Motor-Racing Drivers Past and Present drawn by Sallon of the Daily Mirror, British Sports Cars by Gregor Grant, The Power Behind the Wheel, Glamorous Cars and Art and the Automobile £15 – 20
 

181

Five publications: Collectables – Lotus Memorabilia, Racers – Inside Story of Williams G.P., The Chequered Flag – History of Motor Racing and others £10 – 15
 

182

An Autojumbler’s lot: Motor Racing books, Stars and Cars, Great Car Collections of the World, The Wankel Engine and others  (11) £15 – 20
 

183

Classic Car Magazines bound volumes 8 & 9 1980 – 81 & 1981 – 82.  Jaguar Monthly bound volumes June 1998 – May 1999 & June 1999 – May 2000 together with eighteen loose copies £20 – 30
 

184

A brass plate: Collector to the Pearl Life Assurance Company Limited made by Colman & Co., Norwich, 8” x 13” £30 – 40
 

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An Armstrong-Siddeley Sphinx mascot – with chrome removed, two wing mouldings and Colortune kit £20 – 25
 

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A Desmo accessory mascot of an Eagle with outstretched wings perched on a ball with 7” wing span £40 – 55
 

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An early Alvis Owner Club car badge with badge bar mounting £30 – 40
 

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A Bentley Drivers Club badge, a Vintage Sports Car Club badge and a c.1940’s RAC badge – all in worn condition with badge bar mountings £60 – 70
 

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A brass Royal Automobile Club Associate badge numbered: B145 with a North Yorkshire Automobile Club centre motif, mounted on a pre-war Alvis radiator cap £50 – 60  
 

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Registration Number: ODC 2 on retention £8000 - 9000
 

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