Automobilia and memorabilia lots for auction

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Automobilia for Sale - OFFERS INVITED!

 

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

£30 - 40

 

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Rolls-Royce Bentley Reports  for 1987, 88 and 89

£15 - 25

 

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

£30 - 50

 

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

£20 - 40

 

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

£10 - 20

 

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A Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph sales brochure

£10 - 15

 

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

£10 - 20

 

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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

 

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“Fifty Years of the Rolls - Royce Enthusiast Club” 

£20 - 30

 

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

£15 - 20

 

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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

 

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

£25 - 30

 

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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

 

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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

 

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A Rootes Group 1950’s Sunbeam Alpine road wheel

£20 - 30

 

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

£15 -20

 

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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

 

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

£25 - 50

 

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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

 

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

£50 - 70

 

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“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

 

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

£30 - 50

 

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

£80 - 110

 

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

£25 - 50

 

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

£25 - 50

 

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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

 

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

£30 - 40

 

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

£40 - 60

 

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

£60 - 80

 

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A Civil Service Motoring Association car badge

£25 - 30

 

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

£25 - 35

 

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

£10 - 15

 

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A 1939 Rover Fourteen, Sixteen and Twenty handbook  

£10 - 20

 

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

£30 - 40

 

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

£10 - 20

 

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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

 

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“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

 

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

£30 - 50

 

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

£20 - 25 

 

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 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

 

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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

 

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

£20 – 25

 

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

£20 – 40

 

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

£15 – 35

 

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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

 

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

£5 - 10

 

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

£30 - 40

 

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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

 

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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

 

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

£10 - 15

 

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

£45 - 55

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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