So, you’ve got the classic car or motorcycle, the garage to work on it, and the diary of classic car and bike events, but this is only the start. What about the automobilia to decorate your study or den or desk? Motoring automobilia that announcing your membership of the exclusive ‘petrolhead’ fraternity, someone who is passionate about classic cars and bikes?
H&H Classics are held one of their regular sales of automobilia featuring 550 items, online with a timed auction over a week from July 26 to Sunday 2nd August.
Adam Sykes, head of Automobilia with H&H says the highlights include: “A Collection of More than 10,000 Motoring Sales Brochures, covering most marques and eras.”
“The Jim Porter Collection - Part II (Roger Clark's Rallying Co-driver) - the collection includes much unrepeatable event entry paperwork including a number of signed items, rally badges, homologation papers, competitor badges and much more.”
“And a collection of Rare Enamel Signs, Petrol Pumps and Garage Automobilia.”
Best example of a Scotch Petrol enamel sign H&H have seen. Sold for £3,220
A Rare British Dominions Insurance Enamel Sign.The Best Example H&H Have Encountered. Estimate £4,000 - £6,000 Still Available
Delage – A large pre-war Dealer-Agent’s Enamel Sign, c1930s Sold for £862
Very rare Alfa Romeo Illuminated Showroom Sign dating from 60s-70s Sold for £1,610
Rally E Automobile Monte Carlo Carnet De Route No. 27 Paperwork No Reserve. Drivers - H. Mikkola and J. Porter. Photos signed by both, in envelope. Good condition Sold for £126
Roger Clark and Arnold Porter Rally E International 'Acropolis' 1965 Folder No Reserve. With Contents, for Rover 2000 car no. 48, signed by both drivers. Sold for £69