Automobilia and memorabilia lots for auction

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Automobilia and memorabilia for 7 September Sale
 

1

A selection of BMW items: a pair of cufflinks (boxed), a leather key fob, another metal key fob, a stainless steel hipflask and a metal framed leather wallet/ case £30 – 40
 

2

Four enamel Ferrari; lapel badges together with a Ferrari prancing horse North American Racing Team decal £30 – 40
 

3

Six BSA spanners, a set of King Dick spanners, a King Dick girder type adjustable spanner and two pairs of pliers £15 – 25
 

4

A Joseph Lucas number 40, Edwardian brass oiler, well used but polished, (as per tool kit of Rolls – Royce Silver Ghost, Phantom, 20hp and 20/25) together with two wooden handled screw drivers, a small Tecalemit brass grease gun and a stainless steel hipflask with a Rolls-Royce emblem on £40 – 50
 

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A selection of Rolls-Royce items: “20 Silver Ghosts – the Incomparable pre-world war 1 Rolls-Royce”, a stainless steel hipflask, a chrome cigarette case, a stainless steel business card holder and a leather keyring, all with Rolls-Royce logos £15 – 25
 

6

A pair of Bentley Mulliner threshold plates, for GT, GTC, Mullsanne and others,  new-old stock £50 – 60
 

7

A model barrel (understood to be made of oak from the HMS Victory) together with a 1912 one pence piece, stamped with ‘RMS Titanic 1912’, a brass winged Sphynx mascot on a base and a brass Scottish Terriors on a base £30 – 40
 

8

A wooden plane and an Edwardian set – square, both marked Barker & Co together with “The Automobile Handbook and Guide”, a curved clothes brush (marked Alvis) and a straight clothes brush, marked 1916, RFC  (5) £20 – 40  
 

9

A Silverstone International BARC 1967 programme together with a collection of 1950’s motorcycle and sidecar racing monochrome images £15 – 25
 

10

A pre-war ashtray (with a Shell emblem in the centre), a reproduction mascot entitled ‘Fatso’, a pre-war Kismet tyre gauge and a chrome plated 1950’s cigarette case with an MG emblem £10 – 15
 

11

A pair of Concorde cufflinks, two golfing lapel badges (Penfold and Dunlop) and a slice of a Space Shuttle tile (apparently made for the Columbia in the late 1970’s) £10 – 15
 

12

A Hong Kong Motor Sports Club badge, in new unused condition £25 – 35
 

13

A small enamel MG ‘Service’ sign and a small enamel Bedford Drivers Club emblem £20 – 30
 

14

A 1954 Michelin map of the Valence-Grenoble region of France, a souvenir stamped envelope from the maiden voyage of RMS QE2 1969, a Rolls-Royce Aero Engines brochure April 1961, a Marathon ‘Cat’ Gasoline – Ohio Oil Company sun visor, a collectors ‘Snapshot Album’ from the Brooklands Museum, a Ford Capri 3000E advertising card, an Orlox Beef Suet packet, a Fiat 500 modern sales brochure, 2000/1 Jeep Grand Cherokee handbooks and others £15 – 20
 

15

A cigarette case with an Aston Martin emblem, an onyx – base pen holder and pen (with Aston Martin logo) £15 – 25
 

16

A chrome matchbox with an Alvis emblem and an onyx base pen holder with pen, also with an Alvis emblem £15 – 20
 

17

Four different ‘Horological’ collages by Fime Craft Designs Ltd., all framed and glazed: 1932 Rolls – Royce Phantom,  1913 Morris Oxford, 1915 Ford Model – T Town Car and Porsche 911 Cabriolet together with an onyx – base pen holder and pen with a vintage car emblem, a leather gentleman’s wallet with a Lotus emblem and a leather covered hipflask also with a Lotus emblem £15 – 20
 

18

A Meccano Motor 3V flexible car kit and Eamonn Andrews Presents the Great Marvello, 1950’s boxed game £5 – 10
 

19

A Jaguar 5” mascot mounted on a wooden base, a letter opener with Jaguar motif, a Jaguar glasses case and a jewellery case with Jaguar emblem £20 – 25
 

20

Two brass Lucas Veteran/Edwardian “King of the Road” oil rear lamps, numbered 634 and 631, for restoration £20 – 30
 

21

An IMI Sports Wear of Paris sports jacket, size medium with logos: “54c Grand Prix de Monaco”, “ACM” and “Renault” together with a collection of car keyrings, two suction ashtrays, two Mini bulb horns and a Shell pouring jug £25 – 35
 

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A Chauvin and Arnoux of Paris amperes meter, brass bodied with white face and grey numerals, 2 ½” face £30 – 50
 

23

A set of three hamper baskets and a leather strap £20 – 30
 

24

Bacon’s Cycling Road Map: ’25 miles around Windsor’, c.1910 £20 – 30
 

25

Bacon’s Cycling and Motoring Guide for the New Malden District (with some damage to the inner spine), c.1910 £20 – 30
 

26

 Philips ‘Clear Print’ Popular Map of London with ABC Picture Guide, c.1920 £20 – 30
 

27

A 1929 Pratts Road Atlas of England and Wales for Motorists £20 – 30
 

28

Daily Mail Motor Road Map of South East England, 1940 £20 – 30
 

29

The AA – History of the Automobile Association, 1905-1980 together with a catalogue for ‘Snercold’ “Safety non – explosive Reservoirs” fuel tanks and associated parts £15 – 20
 

30

A Corgi Toys Chitty Chitty Bang Bang model together with a Mercedes SS 1928 model – matchbox holder £20 – 25
 

31

A glass accessory dish with Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost image together with another dish with a 1931 Alfa Romeo image £10 – 20
 

32

A Lodge spark plug tin with original contents, another Lodge tin together with a KLG spark plug tin, a spark plug holder with nine early spark plugs £40 – 50  
 

33

Three one pint oil bottles Essolube, Shell X100 and a Mobiloil Vacuum together with a Filtrate shock absorber oil can £20 – 25
 

34

An Automobiline of Paris oil can with flutted sides and original cap c.1925 together with a BP brass petrol cap, a small chrome on brass cap and another oil cap £25 – 35
 

35

One Lucas old stock chrome wing mirror with a 5” diameter head and another wing mirror (make unknown) with a 4 3/8” diameter head, an accessory steering lock together with an old SU petrol pump and a Triumph hub cap, 12” diameter and other items £10 – 20  
 

36

A 9” diameter Marchal headlamp numbered: AB.TP 275, for restoration £20 – 30
 

37

Four vintage bulb horns – incomplete, for restoration £20 – 25
 

38

A pair of Cibie headlamps, for restoration – suitable for early Citroen 2CV or ‘H’ van £15 – 25
 

39

Four early lamps for restoration: a BRC Veteran/Edwardian oil lamp numbered: 31109, a Luxor nickel on brass acetylene motorcycle lamp, a Lumor Auto Omhia lamp and a Ridgway of Wimbledon lamp     £20 – 30
 

40

An SN of Paris magneto, for restoration £10 – 15
 

41

An SEV magneto numbered: 531542 type A4, for restoration £10 – 15
 

42

A Sunbeam Talbot Darracq Club badge numbered: S689 together with a Bensons & Hedges RAC  1992 Veteran Car Run brass badge £50 – 60  
 

43

An AA Commercial badge numbered: V165748 and a 1960’s AA badge £30 – 40
 

44

An early RAC motorcycle badge numbered: 471 together with a pre-war AA badge numbered: 33454N £40 – 60
 

45

An early brass with Royal Automobile Associate badge with Union Jack enamel  centre motif numbered: B12850 together with a Royal Automobile Associate badge with light blue RAC centre motif £60 – 70
 

46

A Royal Welsh Fusiliers car badge together with a Hampshire Fire Service badge, a Veteran Motorist badge with 47 years motif and a Caution Keep of my Tail small triangular warning sign £40 – 50
 

47

Eighteen publications: “Motor Racing” by Earl Howe (editor) and Bertham Cobb, Davis, Eyston, Railton,  Mays and others, Stirling Moss – My Cars, My Career, Damon Hill – Grand Prix Year and other publications  together with three video tapes £20 – 40  
 

48

 A Tecalemit grease gun, numbered: 621173 £15 – 20
 

49

“The Brooks Steamer” (a reprint of the original publication) and others £5 – 10
 

50

An MG Magnette ZA & ZB service parts list, a Magnette ZA workshop manual £10 – 20
 

51

A Riley 1 ½ litre and 2 ½ litre workshop manual together with a series RMF service parts manual and a 2 ½ litre service parts manual £15 – 20
 

52

An Autojumbler’s lot: twenty workshop manuals and parts manuals including: Wolseley 6/99 Police Car, Wolseley 6/80 and others £15 – 25
 

53

Six Ford instruction books: V8 Pilot, Popular; Popular De Luxe and others £30 – 40
 

54

An AGV Fusion Type A motorcycle helmet, size XL, with a helmet bag together with a pair of RST protective gloves, size L £50 – 60
 

55

A Dainese Sport motorcyclist’s leather jacket, in black, grey and white, size 54, a quality product with inner zipped lining and Kevlar protection together with leather trousers in black size 52, with built in Kevlar protection £180 – 220 
 

56

“A Salesman’s Guide”, pre-war, a “Hire Purchase Calculator” from the Motor Credit Services Ltd., and a Motor Trade Association “Stops List as on June 25 th 1939”  (3) £8 – 12
 

57

Motor Sport magazines: January, February, March, April and May 1948, and April 1951 (without cover) together with an Austin A40 Models 1952 instruction book, “The Romance of Motoring” by Bridges and Tiltman (first edition) and four Wolseley hub caps (one slightly damaged) £20 – 50
 

58

Ten books: “A Turn at the Wheel” by Stirling Moss, “The Power and the Glory” by Ivan Rendall, “Ten Years of Motoring and Motor Racing” by Charles Jarrott, “Motorsport Yearbook 1973”, “Autocar – Lancia” and others £15 – 20
 

59

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 and Penske Media Guide £15 – 20
 

60

An Autojumbler’s lot of posters: Goodyear 350 Grand Prix Victories; “The Lion Tames the Mountain” Bathurst 1990; Tricentrol 1981 British Saloon Car Championships; 1999 Historic Formula 1 and Formula 2; “Commodore Country” Bathurst 1991 – Holden Racing Team and six Thomas Cook Boot and Clothing Co. £20 – 30
 

61

A Dobbie – McInnes engine pressure indicator for diesel and steam, complete with original instructions, indicator cards, in an original fitted wooden box with brass plaque – ‘Trinity House, PV – Brook’ £50 – 75  
 

62

“Instructions for the care of Rolls-Royce Cars, 40 / 50hp Six Cylinders” (issued July 1914, revised edition 1923) with a slightly used cover and includes an index of chassis numbers £70 – 90
 

63

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

64

A Havoline one pint oil pouring jug, a half-pint oil pouring jug (dated 1934), a small pump oiler and a forecourt one shot lubrication dispenser £25 – 35
 

65

A Powerfix electronic 0 – 150mm digital caliper, unused, in original box £15 – 25
 

66

A tool roll (with five spanners, a plug socket and a pair of pliers) and an AA Member’s handbook, 1957-58 £10 – 15
 

67

Two King Dick girder – type adjustable spanners, two other spanners and two small hammers   £10 – 15
 

68

A quantity of small spanners, taps and dies, die-holders, drills and small reamers £40 – 60
 

69

An American rear stop lamp with bracket for mounting number plate, possibly Ford Model A, made by Yankee, model D £20 – 30
 

70

A Ford Model T oil lamp, stamped ‘Ford – O Brown’ to the rear, c.1915 – 1920, together with a Ford Model T rear axle bearing sleeve puller £50 – 70
 

71

A Veteran/Edwardian foot warmer with brass ends and a well-worn but original carpet body  £40 – 60
 

72

A Pratts two gallon petrol can with original brass cap (embossed 3/-) £15 – 20
 

73

A poster, 40” x  28”, of a 1938 BMW 327 Coupe, side angle, in monochrome, advertising ‘L ‘Art Le Style & L’Auto Musee D, AA Moderne De La Ville De Paris” framed £20 – 30
 

74

A Smith’s vintage car clock with silver face and black numerals, 3 ½” diameter with hinged opening, mounted in a wooden handmade stand £30 – 50
 

75

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
 

76

An  oak tool cabinet, with drawers containing specialist engineering tools, taps and dies, die – holders, sockets and socket bars, a drill vice and a clock gauge £80 – 120
 

77

A metal tool box containing specialist engineering tools £20 – 25
 

78

A toolbox containing six Austin spanners and other named spanners and a Vauxhall large adjustable wrench £15 – 25
 

79

Two bound volumes of “Thoroughbred and Classic Cars” magazines, 1974-1975 and 1975-1976 and a selection of Christie’s and Bonhams auction catalogues £12 – 18
 

80

A Maserati grille badge, silver-painted £60 – 70
 

81

Three S.H.C.M.C  first class awards, hallmarked silver, for motorcycle trials, 1931, 1932, 1933 with two original boxes £60 – 70
 

82

A brass eagle mascot with a 5” wing span, fitted to a brass radiator cap £40 – 50
 

83

A brass ivy and berry mascot, fitted to a brass radiator cap £40 – 50
 

84

A Royal Artillery Car badge with enamel centre motif, and a St. Christopher emblem £15 – 20
 

85

A framed and mounted print of a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I on Westminster Bridge by Roy Nockolds, 12” x  15” – purchased at a 1980 exhibition of the late artist’s work in Piccadilly, held by the Brooklands Society and The Guild of Aviation Artists. An invitation of this is mounted on the back of the print. £60 - 90
 

86

A framed and mounted print by Roy Nockolds, signed by the artist: a charcoal drawing of Sir Henry Birkin driving the 4 ½ litre Bentley Blower on the Brooklands Banking, originally painted in 1947, 16” x  19”  £60 - 90
 

87

A framed and mounted print by Roy Nockolds, signed by the artist: a charcoal drawing of Dick Seaman in the Mercedes W154, originally painted in 1947, 16” x 19” £60 - 90
 

88

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 36” £275 - 325
 

89

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” £275 - 325
 

90

A framed and mounted print of an Hispano Suiza vintage racing car at speed, by M. Campion, 22” x  35” £275 - 325
 

91

A framed and mounted print of Paris – Madrid 1911, Vedrine le Gagnant sur Monoplane Morano – Borel Moteur Gnome, magneto Bosch, Lelice Chauviere, printed by Mabileau & Co, Colombes, by Gamy, 25” x 41” £300 - 400
 

92

A framed and mounted print of an early French motor car in a road race scene printed by Mabileau & Co, Colombes 1913, by Gamy £300 - 400
 

93

A Ruddspeed decanter in the form of a Rolls-Royce radiator, complete with cap and Rolls-Royce badge, 8” in height £350 - 450
 

94

A Derby Bentley mascot mounted on a black Bakelite plinth £200 - 250
 

95

A realistically formed Elephant in nickel, mounted on a mahogany veneered base £250 - 300
 

96

A mascot in the style of an Hispano Suiza – Stork and Serpent mounted on a marble base £300 - 400
 

97

A Rolls – Royce 20/25 Spirit of Ecstasy mascot, mounted on a radiator cap £275 - 350
 

98

A novelty glass mascot in the form of a fish £80 - 120
 

99

A pair of unused household door knobs with Bentley motifs, complete with escutcheons £80 - 120
 

100

A pair of spent shell cases, numbered: MR89, 25mm x  137mm £10 - 15
 

100

LOTS 101 - 113 ARE HISTORIC MOTOR SPORTS IMAGES FROM THE HISTORIC MOTOR SPORTS ARCHIVE (HMA)
 

101

F2 – 16. Number: 5 of 200. Stirling Moss in No. 26 Jaguar XK120, on the grid, having a cigarette, ’Smoking his way to Glory’, Tourist Trophy £380 – 420  
 

102

F3 – 42. Number: 6 of 200. Jean Behra No. 46 Ferrari, entering the corner at the start of the Monaco Grand Prix, 1959 £380 – 420
 

103

F2 – 11. Number: 3 of 200. Mike Hawthorn (GB) No. 11 Ferrari D50, leaving the pit lane to rejoin the race, drinking a Coke and throwing it into the Vanwall garage, British Grand Prix Aintree, 1957  £380 – 420
 

104

F2 – 26. Number: 3 of 200. Stirling Moss (GB) No. 18 Vanwall, in the pit lane standing in the cockpit of his Grand Prix car looking for Tony Brooks coming in, British Grand Prix, 1957 £380 – 420  
 

105

F3 – 40.  Number:4 of 200. Jo Bonnier No. 7 BRM race winner, being pushed to the pit lane after winning the Dutch Grand Prix Zandvoort, 1959 £380 – 420
 

106

F3 – 35. Number:2 of 200.  Tony Brooks No. 24 Ferrari, pole position alongside Jack Brabham No. 8 Cooper-Climax, Stirling Moss No. 2 BRM and Jean Behra No. 30 Ferrari at the French Grand Prix, Reims, 1959   £380 – 420  
 

107

F2 – 16. Number: 5 of 200. Stirling Moss in No. 26 Jaguar XK120, on the grid, having a cigarette, ’Smoking his way to Glory’, Tourist Trophy £180 - 220
 

108

F3-122.   Number 2 of 400. Jean Behra No. 46 Ferrari, oversteering the exit out of the hairpin, Monaco Grand Prix 1959 £180 - 220
 

109

F3-173.   Number 2 of 400. Chris Bristow No. 12 Cooper-Borgward, being positioned on the grid, Snetterton Oct 1959.  £180 - 220
 

110

F2-8. Number 2 of 400. Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) No. 2 Maserati 250F, retires from race, wearing his famous leather jacket and a healthy living look. British GP Aintree 1957. £180 - 220
 

111

F2-7. Number 2 of 400. Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) No. 2 Maserati 250F, discussing driver tactics in pits, his mistress is on the left. British GP Aintree 1957. £180 - 220
 

112

F2-5. Number 2 of 400. Tony Brooks (GB) No. 18 Vanwall, adjusting helmet ready to re-enter the race. British Grand Prix 1957. £180 - 220
 

113

F2-29.  Number 2 of 400. Tony Brooks (GB) No. 20 Vanwall, being helped out of car by pit crew, enabling a car swap with Stirling Moss. British GP Aintree 1957. £180 - 220
 

114

Two early artillery road wheels with wooden spokes and detachable rims, together with one extra rim, all fitted with old tyres, 4.40/4.50x £70 – 90
 

115

Four pre-war aluminium road wheel trims with chrome centre caps, for restoration, 18" diameter £30 – 40
 

116

A new-old stock Ford Cortina Mk IV rear bumper and pads £50 – 60
 

117

A Churchill Hydrolastic Suspension pump, numbered 18G-703, in working order £60 – 70
 

118

A 1990 Paris-Deaville Rally framed poster, signed by the artist, 28” x 20” £40 – 50
 

119

'The Hunslet Engine Co of Leeds’ No. 779 1902 brass engine plate, 11" x 7", and three other items £20 – 25
 

120

A chrome Calormeter £20 – 25 
 

121

An illuminated bonnet mascot, in the form of a bird of prey, 7” long £40 – 50