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139 The Motor. 12 issues, similar to the previous three lots, and comprising copies from 1909 and 1911, as follows: 8th and 26th June, 28th September, 23rd November, 7th. 14th and 28th December 1909, 24th January, 11th April (no covers), 16th May (no covers), 23rd May, and 9th November 1911 (12)

145 Bugatti - 1932. A delightful 12pp. cord-tied red covered brochure with a foreword giving the history of the company from 1898, seven tipped-in colour plates promoting the Types 49, 46 and 50, with current prices, specifications and constructional features in English, having come from Bugatti’s Brixton Road address, the cover with a Sales Department rubber stamp and a little rubbed and creased, correct uncut fore-edges, good clean editorial

£50-100

140 Collector’s Car. A complete run of 25 loose issues of this monthly motoring journal, comprising issues dating from September 1979 to September 1981 inclusive, all in sound and clean condition

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146 Frazer Nash. Two 4 pp. leaflets, the first promoting the Mk II Le Mans Replica Competition Model of 1953 (?), detailed text, images, specifications and additional and alternative equipment, the second promoting the Targo Florio Gran Sport & Turismo Models, with specifications and dimensions, 1953 (?), both with gentle fold marks, and a little rubbing

Collectors Car was the short lived follow-on magazine from Veteran & Vintage. £30-60 (25)

141 Bentley - Six Cylinder 6½ Litre Model. Probably Bentley’s first six cylinder leaflet No 9 dated August 1926, 8 pp. including cover, well-defined images of the engine, chassis, two Weymann -bodied saloons, component parts, specifications and prices in red and black text, the original cotton-tied spine intact, albeit with a split top and bottom, water damage on the lower fore-edge of each page, some surface loss and the odd stain, editorial good (1)

(2)

£100-150

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£50-100

£180-220

149 George Wylder & Co., Coachwork - circa 1930. A 14-page, landscape format, cord-tied brochure, the company was founded in 1923, the pages give side views of various designs including those for the Brooklands Models, Sports Tourers, DHC, CloseCoupled Saloon, etc., black card covers a little scratched, but otherwise clean and tidy (1)

£80-120

150 Lanchester 40hp. A ‘Preliminary Description’ brochure of 1919, 12 pp. with inserted card pages and four tipped-in sepia images of the proposed models, a quality production in good fettle, slight paper loss to the front cover and a circular label

£180-220

144 Beverley 22-90hp - 1930. A 12 pp. landscape style brochure for this 2956cc ‘Straight Eight’ motorcar circa 1930, illustrating the engine, two chassis lengths, components and the four-door saloon at 75, with a brown card cover, corners folded and title page a little creased, but editorial good (1)

£80-120

148 M.G. TC-Series Midget. An Export Edition brochure with 14 pp. including cover, specifications and good images, some light creasing to the cover, also, a four-fold 1930s Midget brochure, distressed

143 Frazer-Nash Light Cars - 1928. A 12 pp. quarto brochure with a mid-brown stapled card cover and a Frazer-Nash logo on the front, it discusses the three and four seater ‘Fast Tourer’, ‘Super Sports’, ‘Boulogne’ and ‘Supercharged Boulogne’ with images of the 3-Seater and The Vitesse with hoods down and up, with original staples albeit a little rusty, sound content but the pages a little rubbed, the cover edges minimally feathered and a gentle vertical fold (1)

£80-120

147 Talbot - The Invincible. March 1932, a petit booklet outlining in 32 pp. the models, Sixty-Five, Seventy-Five, Ninety, Ninety Speed Model, 105 Super Speed, Light Six and new 14/45, various body-styles imaged, with specifications and prices, including the Ninety Brooklands Tourer and the 105, sound mottled green card cover, original staples, some dotted rust marks & pencil date

142 Bentley Speed Six - 1930. A large format ‘The Silent Speed Six’ Leaflet No 31, dated January 1930, possibly the first Speed Six brochure, 8 pp. including cover, with well-defined images of the engine, chassis, two and four-door Weymann-bodied saloons, component parts, specifications in green and black text, some spotting and light soiling to the front and rear covers, ink manuscript at the top edge, but original cotton-tied spine intact (1)

£400-600

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£50-100

151 Packard Motor Cars - 1909, having 32 pp. and a dark grey card cover, promoting the Packard Thirty, with detailed text, images of the offices and workshop, with illustrations of several Runabouts, Close-Coupled Body, Limousine, Landaulet, Tourer, Demi-Limousine and the Eighteen Town Car, with original staples, a little creasing to some of the catalogue pages and a fold mark on the cover front

£80-120

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£100-120

Dominic Winter  

Motoring Literature, Automobilia, Vetern & Vintage Bicycles, Maritime & Railways, Toys & Models | 12 May 2016_High Res

Dominic Winter  

Motoring Literature, Automobilia, Vetern & Vintage Bicycles, Maritime & Railways, Toys & Models | 12 May 2016_High Res