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MOTORING LITERATURE AUTOMOBILIA VETERAN & VINTAGE BICYCLES in association with Transport Collector Auctions

MARITIME & RAILWAYS TOYS & MODELS 12 MAY 2016


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MOTORING LITERATURE AUTOMOBILIA VETERAN & VINTAGE BICYCLES in association with Transport Collector Auctions

MARITIME & RAILWAYS TOYS & MODELS Thursday 12 May 2016 Lots 1-558 commencing at 10am Viewing: Tuesday-Wednesday, 10-11 May, 9am-7pm and morning of sale from 9am All lots are offered subject to the Conditions of Sales and Business exhibited in the saleroom. A buyer’s premium of 19.5% of the hammer price is payable by the buyers of all lots, except those lots asterisked, in which case the buyer’s premium is 23.40% Lots marked with a cross (+) are subject to VAT on the hammer price as well as the premium Payment may be made while the sale is in progress: please see the cashier in the auction office. Customers are asked to pay cash or establish a credit reference with the Auctioneers prior to the sale. Please ensure that all commission bids reach us by 10am on the morning of sale. Telephone bids only accepted for lots with estimated value greater than £300 and should reach us by 9am on morning of sale Results will be posted on our website immediately after the sale. Mallard House, Broadway Lane, South Cerney, Gloucestershire GL7 5UQ Tel: 01285 860006 www.dominicwinter.co.uk

Fax: 01285 862461 info@dominicwinter.co.uk

For directions on how to find us, please refer to map at rear of this catalogue Cover illustrations: Front cover: lot 245 • Back cover: lot 543 Inside front cover: lot 160 • Inside back cover: lot 319 This catalogue is fully illustrated on our website, www.the-saleroom.com and www.invaluable.com


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South Persia OBE & MID group to Captain L.E. Pritchard, Royal Army Veterinary Corps - £700-1000 Lot 1196 in our 13 May sale

FORTHCOMING SALES Wednesday 11 May

Printed Books, Maps & Prints Autographs, Manuscripts & Important Royal Memorabilia Travel, Atlases & British Topography Sports Books including Wisden’s Cricketers’ Almanacks

Friday 13 May

Military History including Battle of the Somme Aviation & Naval History, Books, Medals, Arms & Armour Stamps, Coins, Banknotes & Trade Tokens

Wednesday 15 June

Printed Books, Maps & Documents Science, Medicine & Cookery

Wednesday 29 June

Fine Art & Antiques Traditional Paintings & Watercolours Old Master & Modern Prints, Contemporary Art Selected Antiques & Furniture

Thursday 30 June

The Bookbinding Studio of Philip Smith MBE Fine & Decorative Bindings Bookbinding Equipment and Tools

Wednesday 20 July

Printed Books, Maps & Documents Antiquarian & Early Printed Books

Thursday 21 July

Children’s & Illustrated Books, Original Illustrations Modern Literature & First Editions, Private Press Classical Music & Opera Film Posters, Rock & Pop Memorabilia

Our Autumn Transport & Military sale will be held in November 2016. For all enquiries and new entries please contact Henry Meadows (Aviation, Military, Stamps & Coins) or Peter Card of TCA (Motoring, Cycling & Transport)


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CONTENTS Automobilia & Motoring Literature Railwayana Maritime Prints, Drawings & Collectables Bicycles, Tricycles & Early Cycling Memorabilia

Lot 453

1-309 310-316 317-326 337-558


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Lot 213


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MOTORING To commence at 10am 1* A Klaxon by Stewart & Warner of Chicago, plunger-type warning horn with a flared trumpet horn and steel mechanics, working condition (1)

£40-80

6* A Watford FW4, four-cylinder magneto, suitable for a number of vintage period cars Fully reconditioned in 2013, and not used since. A description of the work carried out accompanies the magneto. £350-450 (2)

7* A Lucas 17c spare bulb-holder. A brass cylinder with caps at both ends, with its firewall mounting clip, also a Lucas No 20 oiler, a flexible petrol pourer with threaded cap to fit a two-gallon petrol can, and a universal volt meter (4)

8* A Boyce Universal Moto Meter, with a short sensor, and mounted on a radiator cap

2* Electric Rear Lamp in the shape of a triangle with nine multi-faceted red glasses, bayonet electrical fittings below and a rear mounting bracket, 11cm high, AF (1)

(1)

£40-80

(1)

(1)

£40-80

£40-80

11* Cabin Bulkhead Lamp. Manufactured by the 1868-founded company, Bulpitt & Sons of Birmingham (1916), a three-glass windproof oilpowered lamp with a key wind-burner, via sliding door, air control arbour, sliding fluted chimney to allow for cleaning the hinging top and glass replacement, together with a wooden grip carrying bail and stout rear mounting bracket, of quality brass construction, 50cm high including handle

£80-120

5* A Lucas Type 96 Inspection lamp, the electric cable retained on reel in the body of the lamp, also another electric-powered hand-held inspection lamp, AF (2)

£50-100

10* A Steam Engine Toy by the Signalling Equipment Ltd., retaining its original delivery box, burner and spirit funnel, AF

4* A Lucas Type 312L combination Stop, Tail and Reversing lamp, with correct glasses and electrical fittings, black enamel finish and attached to an East Sussex armorial plate, AF (1)

£40-80

9* A Widdex hand-held rim splitter, crafted in steel, with a sprung locking ratchet

3* Two Stadium Spot Lamps. An example for windscreen mounting, chromium-plated and with a spare silvered reflector, the other finished in black enamel with a tinted glass, AF (2)

£40-80

(1)

£40-80

5

£150-200


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12* Royal Yachting Association. A chromium-plated and four-colour enamel car badge with a badge bar mounting clip, 8cm wide, in very good order (1)

21* RAC Full Member’s Badge (type 12) dating between 1953 & 1961, also two Motor Sport Member badges (type 2B) with a chromium-plated on aluminium finish, dating from the early 1960s, together with a AA membership badge with a fixed yellow backing for use on a motorcycle, each displaymounted

£40-80

13* Four oil-powered lamps. A Premier Lamp and Engineering Co. miner’s safety lamp, having a threaded oil reservoir, hand controls and etched glass shade, a Duntaffell cart lamp with its correct oil illuminant, a square pattern oil side lamp and a British Rail, clear, red and green guards hand-lamp with a near perfect black enamel finish, all in good, sound condition (4)

(4)

£50-100

22* RAC Full Member’s Badge (type 14) being a grille mounted type dating post 1961, chromiumplating on brass, also a rare H.B. Sale manufactured, all metal full (premier) member’s grille mounted badge dating between 1960 & 1973, together with an example of the all plastic (type 3) version and a reproduction RAC badge of peculiar manufacture

£50-100

14* Auteroche Opera Lamps. French-manufactured Benzene burning lamps, of square pattern with star cut blue glasses (one cracked) and bevelled edge clear glasses and mounting brackets, sound, but in need of restoration, AF

(4)

£50-100

15* Marchal Aerolux. A sided-pair of chromiumplated electric lamps, both with fluted rear reflectors, and central bi-bars. Sound order, but both with small dents

23* RAC. A rare 1953 Coronation enamel badge with a King’s Crown and the profile of QEII wearing the Queen’s Crown centre, also a 1961-1990s grille mounted full member’s badge and a (type 10A) 19491953 full member’s grille mounting badge, also, a pair of RAC Rally of GB lapel badges dated bars, all display-mounted

(2)

(4)

(2)

£80-120

£80-120

£50-100

16* A pair of Joseph Lucas Ltd., Model 722DS oilpowered side lamps. With double sockets with 5½-inch centres, suitable for light delivery vehicles and taxis of the 1920s and 30s, correctly restored with black enamel bodies and polished brass parts, they come complete with carrying bails, oil reservoirs and reflectors, 12ins (30cm) high

24* RAC a full member’s badge (type 1A-B) dating between 1946 & 1953, together with an M.G. car club badge and other M.G. badges and various RAC and AA box keys and a reproduction RAC badge, all display-mounted

(2)

25* A D.G. Collins, RAC Associates Badge in solid nickel, dating circa 1927 with a 1930 renewal disc, a dash mounted (type 2A-C) with a circular union badge centre, good enamels, not mounted

(9)

£100-200

17* Ford Greyhound Mascot. A rare model dating from 1932 and 1933, chromium-plated on a lightweight metal base, display-mounted, 9ins (23cm) long (1)

£50-100

(1)

£80-120

£50-100

18* Armstrong Siddeley Sphinx Mascot (reproduction) finished in chromium-plating, together with a small Eagle mascot, with good feather detail and outstretched wings, and a petit Eagle bicycle or motorcycle mascot, all display-mounted (3)

£50-100

19* Loyal Order of Moose P.A.P. A rare membership badge by J. R. Gaunt of London, together with four other badges, all mounted on a badge bar A fraternal organisation founded in 1888 to inspire Purity, Aid & Progress. (1) £50-100

20* Breakdown Service Association. Three-colour enamel badge, together with the Taunton Motor Club, Bridgewater and District Motor Club, two examples (4)

Lot 26

£50-100

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26* A D.G. Collins, RAC Associates Badge in solid nickel, dating circa 1929 with a 1933 renewal disc, a badge bar mount with a circular union badge centre, small chip to the red enamel (1)

31* Four AA badges of pierced and entwined AA form, a 1911-1915 (type 1A) in solid nickel, a 1930s motorcycle (type 2) chromium-plated on brass, a 1930s B series (type 3) grille mounting, chromiumplated on brass and a 1920s nickel on brass (type 4), all in good, useable condition, not mounted

£80-120

27* An RAC Full Member’s badge for use with motorcycles, nickel-plated on brass, circular union badge to the centre, chipping to the enamels, also a Junior Car Club Associates badge, for use with a light car or a motorcycle, light alloy (type 8) dating 1937/8, good enamels, also a 1960s Civil Service Motoring Association badge, a thermos flask and several motoring trophies (a quantity)

(4)

32* A J & R Oldfield ‘Dependence’ electricpowered rear lamp, of polished aluminium, construction, probably designed for use on an early 1920s commercial vehicle (1)

£40-80

33* Russian Space Programme. Various lapel badges, some with colour enamels, some with fine detail and numbered

£80-120

28* A rare RAC member’s badge (type 8) for use with a light car, having a blue and white centre lozenge, chromium-plating on brass, circa 1937, also, a pre-1953 (type 8A) full member’s badge and a chromium-plated RAF radiator cap mounting badge, display-mounted (3)

£100-140

(6)

£60-90

34* Land Rover & Range Rover. A green folder containing Leyland illustrated service parts for the cars, each in a clear plastic pockets, covering the many optional parts and equipment available for the vehicles, together with brochures and brand literature, all in good, clean condition

£50-100

(1)

£100-150

35* Speed Indicator. A Swiss-manufactured speed indicator for lathes and machine tools, housed in a red lined fitted box with double clasps and a leather handle (1)

£50-100

36* Thistle Mascot. Probably by Augustine & Emile Lejeune and mounted on a (damaged) small radiator cap, similar to, but not identical to, a mid-1920s Galloway mascot, nickel-plated on brass, in need of cleaning, 4ins (10cm) high (1)

37* Compass. A War Department issued, type 06, a hand-held compass, with its site glass, battery tube and grey painted carrying box, dated December 1948

29* B.R.D.C. A Racing Drivers’ Club badge, inscribed ‘Jonathan Buncome’, with the S.C.H. Davis designed racing car motif and union flag above, chromiumplated on brass, not mounted (1)

(1)

£30-60

38* A point of sale cash drawer, in varnished oak, with copper change insitu

£120-180

(1)

30* AA - two Commercial Vehicle badges (type 7) with a basket weave design dating from the 1950s, also, a 1930s-period badge with an extended yellow backing plate and a 1909-1911 inscribed 1995 anniversary reproduction AA badge, not displaymounted (4)

£40-80

£30-60

39* Business Card Stand in the form of a freestanding, two-dimensional bell-boy holding a tray, 33ins (84cm) high (1)

£50-100

7

£30-60


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40* Caproni Vizzola (S.A.). A fine original pen and ink drawing, showing four views of a coachwork design for the Lancia ‘3 RO P’ Autobus, dated 9.10.47. and signed by the designer and inspector of drawings, image size 19 x 30½ins, together with a similar four-view drawing, depicting the ‘Taurus’ 2 CO. M. Interurban Autobus, dated 25.2.48. and similarly signed, image size 18 x 25¾ins, both mounted, framed and glazed

46* Light Car side-lamps, with egg-shaped aluminium castings, also a nickel-plated benzenepowered lamp and a nickel-plated acetylene-gaspowered rear lamp by Camelmax

47* Four Light Car or Motorcycle AA membership badges, one example nickel-plated, the others chromium-plated

(2)

(4)

(4)

£100-150

41* SEM - Motoring Frieze. A street scene in Paris, circa 1905, a colour lithographic print by ‘SEM’ (Georges Goursat - 1863-1934) in the Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs Caricature style showing horses, a carriage and a motor-car in profile, framed and glazed, the image 14 x 40ins, also, a photo-canvas picture of a circa 1908 Benz racing car driven by Victor Hémery (2)

(3)

(a carton)

£30-60

£40-80

50* A 6-Volt Electric Car Clock, Swiss-made, having a 3-inch white dial, nickel-plated rim and an aluminium case, with a dashboard securing bar fitted (1)

£30-60

51* Three ‘Give Way’ street signs and a wall mounted fire bell

£30-60

(4)

£20-40

52* Fog Horn, having a brass trumpet fitted into a rectangular box with a cranked winding at the side and a carrying handle at the top, 22 x 16 x 8ins

£50-100

44* Lilac Grove (London) cast iron street signs, 14 x 31ins (36 x 79cm) (2)

£80-120

49* Motor Horns. A box of assorted bulb horns, both straight and double turn, AF

43* A trolley bus or tram conductor’s folding jump seat, with a swinging metal support (1)

£80-120

48* Three Motorcycle Saddles, having heavy duty double-springs and leather tops

42* Three large monochrome photographs. Geoff Duke on his 500cc Norton winning the 1950 IOM TT, Les Graham on his MV Augusta in 1953 and the 1954 IOM Side Car TT, 16 x 20ins (41 x 51cm) (3)

£80-120

(1)

£50-100

£80-120

53* A Tricycle Pushchair for a Child, late Victorian, having a brown leather padded seat mounted on a sprung iron frame, wooden spoked wheels, 26ins at the rear, 12ins at the front and a handle with a turned wood grip, the wheels have been expertly repaired with new felloes and spokes, total height 33ins, total length 53ins (1)

£120-180

54* A Smoker’s Compendium, of the Wilmot Mfg., type as fitted to the dashboard of Morris and other cars of the 1920s, nickel-plated brass (1)

£40-80

55* Posy-Holders. Two blue glass, hand-etched flower holders, undamaged but no mounting brackets (2)

£40-80

45* Moseley Tyres. A circular, transfer-printed on tin, wall-mounted advertisement

56* Mechanical Car Clock by S. Smiths & Sons, with a 3-inch silver dial, front opening to reveal rear controls, together with an electrical switch, suitable for a Veteran car

(1)

(2)

£50-100

8

£50-100


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61 The 1929 New York Motor Show programme and report, as issued by Motor magazine published in Madison Avenue in New York, a large-format brochure of 450 pp., with full-page advertisements, good editorial, detailed overviews and statistics, the cover and spine repaired and paper loss, otherwise sound, also, three 1930s Motor magazines, two Modern Transport (enlarged issues) dated 1936 and 1937, together with ‘Réalités’ a French programme for the 1949 Paris Salon, all in readable condition (7)

£50-100

62* Postcards. A box of assorted postcards and copy photographs, many duplicates (a carton)

63 The Autocar. 118 loose issues, all but one from 1928 complete with covers, albeit in somewhat dusty condition, comprising issues from 1928 (22), 1929 (7), 1930 (6), 1934 (2), 1936 (52), 1937 (19), 1938 (1), and 1939 (9), included are the 1st and 4th Special Olympia Show Numbers for 1928 (Show Forecast and Show Review), the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Olympia Show Numbers for 1936, the 2nd Special ‘Complete Show Report’ Number for 1937 and the Coronation Number ‘42 Years of Motoring’ for 1937, and the 2nd Special ‘Complete Show Report’ Number for 1938

57* Opel. An inspired depiction of a racing at speed, printed in green and yellow on a silken canvas, 18 x 16ins, framed and glazed, also a reproduction of a St Julien Tobacco advertisement, 30 x 21ins, framed and glazed (2)

(118)

£50-100

(25)

59 Automobile Magazine. A complete run from Volume No 1 (1982) to Volume No 28 (2010), the first four volumes bound in dark blue, volumes 5 to 17 in binders, volumes 18 to 28 loose, all in good, clean condition The first issue illustrated. (28)

£50-100

65 Motor Racing. A good selection of octavo hardback volumes, including Shaw (Wilbur), Gentlemen, Start Your Engines, First Edition, 1956, in dust jacket, Monkhouse (George), Motor Racing with Mercedes-Benz; new edition, 1948, in dust jacket, Cholmondeley Tapper (T.P.), Amateur Racing Driver, 1st edition, 1953, in dust jacket, Mortimer (Charles), Racing a Sports Car, 1st edition, 1951, and eight others similar, mostly in good second-hand condition and with their dust jackets, two jackets worn with some loss, and two ex-library

£50-100

60 Miscellaneous Books, to include: The Story of Australian Motoring by Keith Winser, 1956, with a detailed history, Continental Sports Cars by W. Boddy, 1st edition, 1951, with a good dust jacket, Wheels at Speed 1935 by Prince Chula, 1st edition, 1949, with a good dust jacket, Famous Motor Races by Rod Walkerley, 1st edition, 1965, with a very good dust jacket; Magic M.P.H. by Goldie Gardner, 1st edition, 1951, Early M.G. by P. Jennings; Bassett-Lowke by Janet Bassett-Lowke; Packard by Dammann and Wren, 1st edition, 1996, and various of interesting books, all in good, clean condition (20)

£80-120

64 Motoring Biographies and Motor Sport. A good selection of hardback volumes, (all of the foregoing with their dust-jackets, the last rather worn), thirteen copies of Motor Sport Racing Car Review from 1948 to 1958 inclusive (with duplicates for 1948 and 1955), generally a little worn, but most with their dust jackets, albeit torn, plus several other volumes

£50-100

58* David (J.). An oil on board depiction of a 14/40hp Vauxhall at rest in a pastoral scene, well-crafted, framed (1)

£50-100

(12)

£50-100

66 Motor Racing. A good selection of octavo hardback volumes, all in slightly worn dust jackets, and including Lurani (Count Giovanni), Racing Round the World (1920-1935), Birkin (Sir Henry “Tim”), Full Throttle; Chakrabongse (Prince Chula), five titles: Wheels at Speed 1935, Dick Seaman Racing Motorist, Blue and Yellow - Two Seasons Racing with B. Bira 1939 and 1946, Road Racing 1936; and Road Star Hat Trick, plus three others, similar

£50-100

(10)

9

£50-100


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67 Motor Racing. A good selection of octavo hardback volumes, all but one with their dust-jackets (one jacket torn with some loss, the rest only slightly worn), and including Jarrott (Charles), Ten Years of Motors and Motor Racing 1896-1906, 4th edition, 1956, Grant (Gregor), 500 c.c. Racing, Grant (Gregor), Formula 2, May (C. A. N.), Formula 3 - A Record of 500 c.c. Racing, Jenkinson (Denis), A story of Formula 1-1954-60, plus seven others similar

73 Ferrari. Including Tanner (Hans & Nye, Doug), Ferrari, 5th edition, Foulis Motoring Book, 1982 reprint, ‘as new’ in dust-jacket, Fitzgerald (Warren W. & Merritt, Richard F.), Ferrari - The Sports and Gran Turismo Cars, 1968, a very good copy in transparent dust jacket, together with two other hardback Ferrari volumes, four large format paperbacks, and 23 issues of the Official Journal of the Ferrari Owners’ Club from the 1970s

(12)

(31)

£50-100

68 A Motoring Book Collection comprising various titles, Annual automobile Review 1953/54 and a French edition for 1954/55, Mascot Catalogues by Robert Ames, Encyclopaedia of the Motor Car edited by Nick Georgano, The Bugatti Book by Eaglesfield, Lucas the First Hundred Years by Nockolds, various juvenile books with picture covers and ten different Shire motoring albums, and other titles (a quantity)

£50-100

74 Profile Publications. An almost complete set of loose paperback booklets, published from 1966 onwards, lacking only Issue Number 4, and detailing the history, with good illustrations in colour and black and white, of classic marques from the previous years of the 20th century, all in good, clean condition (95)

£50-100

£50-100

69 Marque Histories. Various titles to include, Fiat by Michael Sedgwick, The Story of the M.G. Sports Car, 1st edition by McComb, Allard by Kinsella, Healeys and Austin-Healeys by Browning and Heedham, AC by Watkins, HRG by Ian Dussek, Alvis by Ken Day, Maserati Sports & Racing Cars by Rive Box and Richard Crump, B.M.W. by Werner Oswald and other books, all with dust jackets (13)

£50-100

70 Grand Prix Racing 1906 - 1914 by TASO Mathieson, published by Connoisseur Auto, 1965, 260 pages, in sound condition but the slipcase a little rubbed on the corners and split, also a 1949 copy of A Record of Motor Racing by Gerald Rose, without dust jacket, and The Story of ERA by John Lloyd, an MRP Scrapbook No 3, and the rare The Boys Book of Racing Cars MRP No 10, albeit unnumbered, working copies (4)

75* Austin. A trade gift being a large flying ‘A’ mounted on a circular chromium-plating base, suitable for use as a paper weight, 5½ins long

£50-100

(1)

71 Automobile Connoisseur. A complete run of issues numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 with correct hard covers and gilt tooling, 1970, sound condition Rare to find as a complete set. (5)

76 Purves (Bryan). The Austin Seven Source Book. A Foulis Motoring Book, 1st edition, Haynes Publishing Group, 1989, 544 pages, profusely illustrated, in price-clipped dust jacket, 4to (11 x 8 ½ ins), together with Woodrow (Doug), The Austin Seven Manual. Mercury Publication Service Limited, 2nd edition, 1991, a large similar format paperback volume, circa 500 pages, profusely illustrated with line drawings, page edges of the latter volume dustspotted, otherwise both in excellent, clean second-hand condition

£100-150

72 Speed - The Official Organ of the British Racing Drivers’ Club, fifteen loose copies of this monthly journal, comprising a complete set of the issues for 1937, Volume 2 No. 19 (Jan 1937) to Volume 3 No. 30 (Dec 1937), in sound condition, though rather dusty, with some covers loose and with rusty staples, plus three issues from 1938, all with loose covers, being Volume 3 No. 33 (March), lacking the front cover, Volume 3 No. 34 (April) and Volume 4 No. 39 (Sep) (15)

£30-60

(2)

£30-60

10

£80-120


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77 Modern Motoring Books. A good selection, plus 31 other volumes, similar, mostly hardbacks, many with their dust jackets, plus several paperbacks, and all in good or better second-hand condition, several virtually ‘as new’

83 Hasluck (Paul N.). Cyclopaedia of Mechanics, a rare special subscribers’ edition in 4 volumes, Cassell & Co., circa 1900, figured bindings with gilt tooling, highly readable text with many thousands of illustrations covering workshop use, tight bindings

(a quantity)

(4)

£100-200

78 A box of motoring ephemera, to include MotorCycling Personalities drawn by Sallon, issued by Shell-Mex, Le Mans 1954 booklet, various folded maps, circuit passes, race programmes, two motorists First Aid tins and Collectible Automobile from Volume 1 Number 1 (May 1984) to Volume 3 Number 5 (Feb 1987) and another single issue, held in three slipcases (a quantity)

84 William (Archibald). How it Works, two different copies from the series, circa 1907 and 1918, the later edition with a tight binding, covers a little scuffed, also, Through the Alps to the Apennines by P. Konody, good drawings and photographs, 1911, Motoring by A. E. Berriman, good photographs, 1914 edition, Gas & Petroleum Engines by William Robson, 1902, an author’s gift with dedication, fold-out diagrams and 942 pp. and advertisements, Motor Racing by S.C.H. 1932, Adventurer’s Road, the story of the 1907 PekinParis and 1908 New York-Paris Motor Races by T. R. Nicholson with dust jacket

£50-100

79 Early Motoring Subject Books. Round France in a Motor by C. Neville, 1906, 146 pp., with good photographs, Motors & Motoring by Henry Spooner, 1914, 320pp., Encyclopaedia of Motoring by Mecredy, 3rd edition, circa 1907, rebound in red buckram, and various other interesting books, all in good, clean condition (10)

(8)

£50-100

(11)

86 Olyslager Auto Library. A series of landscape format books, published by Frederick Warne & Co. during the mid-1970s and later, 22 volumes, various titles include, The Jeep, Cars of the Late Thirties, Forties, Fifties and Cars of the Early Thirties, Forties and Fifties, also, Fairground and Circus Transport, Earthmoving Vehicles, Passenger Vehicles 18931940, Scammell Vehicles, Cross-Country Cars, Fire-Fighting Vehicles 1840-1950 etc., all with dust jackets, and cellophane covered, a little dust soiling on the top edges

£50-100

(22)

82 Motor Factors Catalogues. Brown Brothers for 1929, 1938 and 1958 and company history booklet, Hobday Bros Ltd., 1926-7, East London Rubber Co. Ltd., 1936, Fred Metcalf & Co. Ltd., undated, together with The Trader Handbook for 1928, with advertisements, and reproduction copies of an S. Smiths & Sons catalogue for 1910 and a 1939 Army & Navy Stores volume of 1126 pp., all in good, readable condition (10)

£100-200

£50-100

81 Philipson, John - Coach Building, 1897, George Bell & Co. Morgan & Company Carriage Builders catalogue, May & Jacobs Carriage Designs 1887, Suspension of Carriages by William Philipson, 1887, with folding diagrams and ‘prize essay’ text, Coachbuilding by Cecil Robertson, 1929, with advertisements and quality images, together with Early Days of the Sun Fire Office, 1910 with colour illustrations, all in good fettle (7)

£80-120

85 Georgano (Nick, editor). The Complete Encyclopaedia of Motorcars, 1st edition, 1968, 640 pp. with its original dust jacket, good, clean condition, corners a little bumped, also, other large format books to include: Price Guide to Automobilia, 1996, L’Automobile, an Italian book about pre-1940 cars, Vintage Miniature Racing Cars by Robert Ames, a signed ‘Author’s Proof’ of a limited edition of 1500 copies, with a very clean dust jacket, The Custom Body Era by Hugo Pfau, The Complete Car Modeller by Wingrove and other good titles

80 Lucas Industries. Various equipment and maintenance brochures giving running instructions, an ‘Electricalities’ catalogue of the early 1930s, a James Grose accessories catalogue, together with similar trade catalogues for Charles Church & Co., 1904 and Buck & Hickman, AF (11)

£80-120

£100-200

87 Sunbeam. Dowell (Bruce, and others), The Supreme Car - 1899 to 1935, 1st edition, 2004, and The Sunbeam 12-16hp 1910 to 1914, 1st edition, 2008, both in good, clean condition with good pictorial dust jackets (2)

£100-150

11

£50-100


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90 Monkhouse (George). Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934 - 1955, 1st edition, White Mouse Editions, 1984, 207 pp., fully illustrated with numerous black & white photographs, silver boards with black titles in protective plastic sleeve in cardboard slipcase, print lifted on the rear cover, a common problem, hardcover book in an oblong folio style A rare book. (1)

£50-100

91 The Motor Cycle. 88 loose issues of this weekly journal, comprising 15 copies from 1926, 4 from 1927, 40 from 1928, and 29 from 1929, most are in reasonably sound condition with their covers and advertisements, but the covers are loose in about a third of the copies, all have rusty staples, and there is some soiling to a few issues, also included with the lot are five issues of Motor Cycling, another weekly magazine, from 1925 and 1926, all in poor condition 88 Conway (Hugh). Bugatti Magnum, 1989, retaining its distinctive engine-turned slipcase and chassis plate numbered 1941, limited to 2,000 copies, 560 pages, 800 monochrome and 73 colour illustrations, in good condition with a little scuffing, a blue cloth binding with a Bugatti logo stamped to front board, small inscription in blue pen on the halftitle

(93)

A comprehensive look at Bugatti history, the family, the cars, the company, the mechanics and the racing. The book ends with a list of racing successes, a register of chassis numbers and a bibliography. £150-200 (1)

(a quantity)

£100-150

92 Motorcycle Brochures. Examples for Ormond c. 1904, B.S.A. 1924, 1927 and 1938, Rudge 1938, Ariel 1938, Triumph, Excelsior, Harley Davidson, together with a Sturmey Archer C.S. Type handbook, Binks Carburettor booklets and manuals for Norton 16H, New Hudson OHV and Triumph, various conditions £80-120

93 Motoring books and posters, to include: Old Motorcars, published by the Ariel Press, 1964 with 24 colour plates of veteran and vintage cars by Hans Muth, the free endpaper inscribed in blue pen to the recipient, dated September 4th 1966 and signed by the late Lord Montagu, M.G. Road Cars 1929-1936 by Malcolm Green, Morris Minor by Paul Skilleter, The Standard by Brian Long, The Poster Book of Antique Auto Advertisements by Howard Garrett, 1974, The Automobile Show of 1903 a reprint, together with other books and rolled lithographic prints depicting early motor-cars (a quantity)

£80-120

94 Automobile Quarterly. A complete run from Volume 1 Number 1 (Spring 1962) to Volume 39 Number 4 (December 1999) inclusive, together with seven Quarterly Index volumes encompassing Volumes 1 to 30 (with an extra volume for Volumes 1 to 20 inclusive), the books are mostly in very good, clean condition, the majority virtually ‘as new’, although there is a small dent to the top edge of the binding to Volume 5 Number 2, Volume 15 Number 2 has a cracked spine joint to the top half of the front cover, and the top outer corners of the covers to Volume 29 Number 3 are slightly ‘bumped’, there are duplicate copies of Volume 18 Number 3 and Volume 19 Numbers 1 & 2

89 Weguelin (David). The History of English Racing Automobiles, White Mouse Editions, 1980, 288 pp., 500 black and white illustrations and 75 in colour, yellow cloth spine and blue cloth boards with E.R.A. in raised letters on front, in matching pictorial slipcase, former owner’s label on half-title, good, clean condition but the slipcase lightly bumped The story of ERA, active between 1933 and 1954. Raymond Mays’ ambition was to manufacture and campaign a team of single seater racing cars capable of upholding British prestige in European racing. £120-160 (1)

Generally speaking, an excellent run of this prestigious publication. (167) £200-300

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95 Motor Racing and Land Speed Record. British Grand Prix by Maurice Hamilton, 1989, Pit & Paddock 1894-1978 by M. Frostick, A Turn at the Wheel by Stirling Moss, Monte Carlo Rally by Russell Lowry, Come Motor Racing With Me by Rod Walkerley, 1st edition, 1961, Motor Racing - The Golden Age, Wonder Book of Motors, Automobile Year 1959-1960, Dictionary of Motorsport by George Bishop, Mercedes-Benz W196 (two copies), and other titles (a quantity)

£40-80

96 Marque Histories and general interest books, to include: Jaguar - The Complete Illustrated History by Porter, E-Type - End of an Era by Chris Harvey, Autodesign - Mercedes-Benz S-Class by Odo Klose (2), Bugatti by H. G. Conway, BMC Instruction Books, A Roadside Camera by Michael Ware, Racing-Drivers Past & Present by Sallon of the Daily Mail (2), Veterans of the Road 1896-1936 and other good titles, all in fair condition (a quantity)

100 Williamson (C.N. & A.M.). A collection of books by these celebrated authors, the following titles published by Methuen & Co., The Car of Destiny, The Lightning Conductor, The Botor (sic) Chaperon, Set in Silver, The Princess Passes, The Golden Silence, My Friend the Chauffeur, Lady Betty Across the Water, Scarlet Runner, The Heather Moon and The Lightning Conductress, all in good condition, some bumping to corners and head-bands rubbed

£40-80

97 A selection of motoring books and manuals, to include: Wheelspin by CAN May, Full Throttle by Henry Birkin, Bits & Pieces by B. Bira, together with an operating handbook for the Ferrari 246GT/365GTB/4, various Motor Manuals in good, clean condition, Wheels on the Road by David Hebb, De Dion Bouton instruction book for the 12hp model CR, The Wolseley Hornet Free-Wheel Model handbook, books about early engines and other interesting titles (a quantity)

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101 Williamson (Alice). The Lightning Conductor Comes Back, 1933, and The Inky Way, also by Williamson (C.N. & A.M), and various publishers, The Lady from the Air, The Lightning Conductor Discovers America, The Motor Maid, with four popular pocket editions, The Lightning Conductor, The Princess Virginia, The Princess Passes and The Golden Silence, all in good or better condition, a little staining and rubbing

£40-80

98 Profile Publications. About 50 copies of the mid1960s editions and about 27 of the early 1970s editions, being numbered 1 to 12, various duplications, all in good, clean condition (a quantity)

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£80-120

102 Crane (Laura Dent). The Automobile Girls Series, four rare copies by this celebrated author, published by Henry Altemus Co., The Automobile Girls at Newport, 1910, The Automobile Girls at Washington, 1913, The Automobile Girls Along the Hudson, 1910 and The Automobile Girls at Chicago, 1912, good line drawings and colour embossed covers, loose bindings

£50-100

99 A selection of general 8vo books, to include: The Sports Car its Design & Performance by Colin Campbell, 2nd edition, 1959, with a clean dust jacket, Competition Driving by Paul Frere, 1963, Great Engines & their Inventors by G. Ranshaw, The Chequered Flag by D. Rutherford, 1956, without dust jacket, A Toy for the Lion by T. R. Nicholson, Car Driving as an Art by S.C.H. Davis, 1958 edition, The Motor Car 1765-1914 by Anthony Bird and many other interesting titles, some without dust jackets, all in fair condition (22)

£80-120

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£40-80

103 Young (Clarence). The Motor Boys series, circa 1906, three copies, comprising: The Motor Boys, The Motor Boys Across the Plains and The Motor Boys Overland, good monochrome illustrations and embossed decoration to the front covers, also, Braden (J.A.), The Auto Boys Big Six, 1913, and others, including Hans the Flyer (German text), The Fast Lady, The Mystery of the Green Car, The Motor Rally Mystery, all in sound condition, covers rubbed, some soiling

£80-120

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104 Harmsworth (Alfred). Motors & Motor Driving, Badminton Library, 3rd edition, 1904, with good illustrations, line-drawings and text, cover sound, albeit with a lifting surface to the front, also, The South-Bound Car by Llewellyn & Raven-Hill, a trip through France and Spain with 85 illustrations, 1st edition, 1907, H. Joseph Wherry, The Jaguar Story and The M.G. Story, all in good fettle (4)

108 Le Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco by Yves Naquin dating circa 1994, 365 pp. with 14 colour plates by Michael Turner, and 400+ monochrome photographs covering the years 1929 to 1960, Editions Monaco, printed in Nice, a very rare limited edition hardbound book numbered 80 of 150 issued with English text, signed by the author. A significant reference book on the history of the Monaco Grand Prix, with detailed text and a tipped-in letter of ‘recommendation’ on Palais de Monaco letter-headed paper, signed in blue pen by the late Prince Rainier III. The book comes with its white dust jacket, and a red presentation box, itself holding a tray of 14 handcoloured lithographic images, printed on handmade paper, of original artwork by Michael Turner, each sign by the artist in pencil. The dust jacket has never been wrapped around the book, but has creased a little, there is a rubbing on the front hard cover of the book, otherwise the book, presentation box, tray, lithographs and outer delivery box are sound

£80-120

105 Juvenile Books. The Wonder Book of Motors, The Wonder Book of Ships, The Wonder Book of Railways (with its original cover), The Wonder Book of the RAF and The Wonder Book of Aircraft, all in good fettle, some bumps to the corners and a little rubbing (5)

£80-120

106 Heal (Anthony S.). Sunbeam Racing Cars 1910 -1930, 1st edition, 1989, 384 pp. including index, all edges gilt, including an excellent collection of monochrome images and photographs and with an erudite text, in excellent condition with original dust jacket, but the slipcase soiled, also, Racing the Silver Arrows 1934-1939 by Chris Nixon, 1st edition 1986, with a good dust jacket (2)

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£150-200

109 Polo (Emilio). La Hispano-Suiza - The Origins of a Legend. 1899-1915, 1st edition, 1994, 507 pp. with many delightful and full-page images, English text, in delightful condition, with a very good black dust jacket and outer delivery box

£80-120

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£80-120

110 Triple-M Yearbooks. 21 issues of the yearbook, comprising the volumes from 1981 to 1996 (those from 1988/89 to 1996 being held in a maroon looseleaf binder with ‘Triple-M Register Yearbook’ in gilt on the spine), together with the issues from 2000 to 2004, 2008, the Commemorative Publication ‘40 Years of the Triple-M Register’, and duplicates of the Yearbooks for 1988/89, 1989, 1990 and 1991, 26 volumes in total, all in excellent, clean condition (26)

107 Oxford to Abingdon. An 873 pp. review of the sports cars made by Morris Garages, sales catalogues, advertisements and road test reports of the period are used to detail the specification and performance of the 14/28 MG Super Sports, the succeeding Flat Rad 14/28 and 14/40 models and the 18/80, importantly a re-assessment of Cecil Kimber’s methods of operating the MG business, a clean, unread copy with dust jacket (1)

£100-150

Lot 111

£40-80

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111* Visions of Speed: The Art of R. A. Nockolds. Eleven (of 12) Artist’s Proofs of Roy Nockolds’ work prepared for a Private Edition of only 250 printed (850 copies planned), of an album published by Thackwell & Company, in 1999, the images were produced from the original glass plates on which Nockolds’ recorded his studio work and are printed on high quality laid art paper. All of the prints are marked ‘Proof’ in pencil in the lower margin together with full titles, and nine of the eleven are also shown as hand-painted (by either Niki Hayles or Wayne Burrows). The only missing print is Number 16 (Road Race), the remaining pages in the complete volume of 28 leaves being text or photographs. Loosely contained in the front and back covers of what would have been the final publication, each of the dark grey hardback cloth covers (decorated with a repeated triangular winner’s flag design), measuring the same size as the prints, 12 x 21in (31 x 53cm), the prints are all in pristine condition (1)

116 Thornley (John). Maintaining the Breed, a hardbound example, being a 1951 reprint of the 1950 1st edition by Motor Racing Publications Ltd., 92 pp., a particularly good and clean example with a very good dust jacket, also, as part of the same ‘Scrapbook’ series, No 1, Klemantaski’s Photo-Album, 1947, 46 pp. with intact plastic spine, No 7 The French Grand Prix 1906-1914 by Kent Karslake, a 1948 hardback, 40 pp. with a dust jacket, a little soiled but intact, and No 2 Grands Prix 1934-1939 by Rodney Walkerley, 48 pp., December 1948, spiral binding intact, cover a little soiled, but sound (4)

£100-120

117 The History and Development of the Sunbeam Car 1899-1924 being a ‘Souvenir of a Quarter of a century of Sunbeam Success and Service’, a rare square-backed book with 53 pp., brown card covers and good monochrome images of cars, aircraft and travelling, the cover and spine without damage apart from a deep rub on the front cover

£180-220

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£200-240

112 The Autocar 1907, being Volumes XVIII No. 588 (Jan 26th, 1907) to 610 (June 29th, 1907), with the folding supplementary photograph of the Committee of the Royal Automobile Club (with frayed edges) loosely inserted, bound without covers in dark green cloth, also a volume in faded green cloth containing sixteen issues dating between 1905 and 1915, as follows: Jan 28th, Nov 11th, 18th & 25th, 1905, Christmas Number, Dec, 1906, and a run of issues from July 3rd to Sep 11th 1915, all appear to be in good, clean condition, without flaking (2)

£200-300

113 The Autocar 1902, being Volumes VIII and IX (Part), starting with Number 323 (Jan 4th) to Number 362 (Oct 4th), 3 volumes in plum-coloured cloth, the spines worn, each volume lacking its front free endpaper but pages in very clean, uncropped condition (3)

£250-350

114 Rolls-Royce. An instruction for the care of RollsRoyce Cars, 2nd ed, a 147pp petit book for the 40/50hp chassis nos. 1700 to 2699 (1914), welldefined text and monochrome images, a good blue cloth cover with gilt titles and penny corners, the spine tight, but a little feathered at the lower edge, some rubbing and soiling, but actually a nice example (1)

118 The Lanchester Motor and Carriage - 1903. Offered in two volumes, ‘Descriptive Manual’ dated January 1903 and ‘Driving Manual’ of a similar period, book one having 73 pp. and book two starting at page 73 and continuing to 197, full of good images of component parts, chassis layout, engine, controls, wheels, steering and the like, Manual II explaining the controls, driving skills, maintenance and tools available, matched black bindings with gilt titles, the title-page and front endpaper missing from Manual I, both books have seen ‘use’, but are fundamentally sound

£100-150

115 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II & Bentley T2 1978, an Owner’s Handbook and other publications for chassis 33455, held in a brown plastic folder, TSD 4209, a little damp-staining, some ballpoint manuscript (1)

£50-100

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124 Bentley - Again 1928. A rare 29 pp. Le Mans 24hour race successes brochure, cord-tied gilt-embossed blue card covers, describing and illustrating the second consecutive win for Bentley Motors, small 4to, printed in red, well-defined monochrome images, cover edges a little rubbed and creased, editorial very good, some foxing to the free end-papers, original spine intact (1)

£300-500

119 Alfa Romeo 1500cc ‘Use and Maintenance’ booklet circa 1931, 64 pp. and four fold-out specification sheets, red buckram cover with gilt tooling, watered-silk endpapers, a particularly clean and bright example, with just a little bumping to the corners (1)

£120-160

125 B.R.D.C. Annual Dinner & Dance. Held at the Park Lane Hotel on February 16th 1934, a menu and toasts listing in a ribbon-tied 8 pp. brochure, a colour depiction on the front cover, five cartoons, all probably by S.C.H. Davis, cover a little soiled but cleanable, otherwise good

120 M.G. M-Type 8/33 Midget. A 1931-2 ‘Manual’ with good images and detail, metal clip held pages to a light green card cover and a fold-out chassis oiling chart, the cover a little feathered on the edges, the editorial good and clean (1)

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£80-120

126 B.R.D.C. A Souvenir of the Dinner given by the Club, to Major Sir Henry Segrave and Captain J. S. Irving, in honour of the attainment of the speed of 231mph. Dated April 29th, 1929, a cord-tied 8pp booklet, with a full-page Bryan de Grineau image of the Golden Arrow on the ISFC, and an F. Gordon Crosby image on page 3, the centre-spread containing the menu and toasts list and a cut-away of the car, signed on the front cover by Segrave and Irving, also similarly signed on the centre-spread by both men, together with Kaye Don (Kaye Ernest Donsky), John Theodore Cuthbert Moore-Brabazon (First Baron Brabazon of Tara) and Sir Arthur Stanley. Page 6 images the Miss England boat in action by de Grineau, together with a picture of the Wakefield Trophy ISRC. Sound and intact, the publication is a little soiled, creased at the corners and some ghosting of the signatures

121 M.G. Two-Litre (SA) Instruction Manual, 94 pp. and a grey card cover with metal clip held pages, the original dated 1936, and this revised issue dated 1946, gilt titles to the cover, excellent images and detailed text, the cover in good, clean condition, save for a small tear at the upper edge, pages crisp and free of finger marks (1)

£80-120

122 M.G. Mille Miglia. A record of the M.G. victory in the Italian 1000-mile race, dated 1933, the 52 pp. book includes excellent monochrome illustrations of the K3s taking part, descriptive text, maps and cutaway drawings by Max Millar, bound in cream card with brown text and the Fasces insignia centrally placed, and saddle-stitched, a particularly bright and clean example (1)

£150-200

The B.R.D.C. had been inaugurated as a social club in April 1928 with 25 members, and it was not until 1929 that the club became involved with the promotion of racing events. This dinner menu probably represents the earliest, if not the first, B.R.D.C. promotion of a World Land Speed Record. £400-600 (1)

123 M.G. The Luck of the Game - Again. Being the Story of the 1934 TT Race by Barré Lyndon, 24 pp. including the cream cover, well-illustrated and packed with information about the International Race, including an almost minute-by-minute, page-by-page bulletin of the event, accompanied by sepia photographs and a double-page impression, by Bryan de Grineau, of the winning Magnette, 28 x 18cm, intact spine with original staples, front a little soiled, but editorial good (1)

£100-150

£150-200

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127 The Automotor Journal - 1903. A Record & Review of Applied Automatic Locomotion, a bound volume of weekly issues (without covers or advertisements) from Number 119 (Number 16, Volume VIII), April 18th, 1903, to Number 139 (Number 36, Volume VIII), September 5th, 1903, lacking Numbers 120, 125, 130, 133, and 138, wellillustrated with monochrome photographs and text figures, bound in blue cloth with gilt lettering to the spine, the covers a little marked and slightly rubbed, but the contents generally clean and sound (1)

£150-200

132* Grosvenor Carriage Co. A grouping of eleven large-plate coachwork photographs covering the period between 1912 and 1919, all of the images are sepia-toned and comprise images for RochetSchneider, Theophile-Schneider, Talbot, Rolls-Royce 40/50hp chassis’ Nos 38AB, 1126 and 2525 (London to Edinburgh) tourer, 1919 Vauxhall, Oakland, Hotchkiss, etc., part of a long-ago-dispersed archive, the photographs are mounted on their original brown card leaves, each photograph 9¼ x 11ins, in excellent condition, and currently housed in a book of cellophane pockets

128 Autosport, Volume 3. Britain’s Motor Sporting Weekly, a bound volume of weekly issues from Volume 3 Number 1, July 6th, 1951, to Volume 3 Number 26, Dec 28th, 1951, bound with covers and advertisements., the Volume III Index, July to December 1951, is bound in at the front of the volume, maroon cloth covers with gilt lettering to the spine, together with a boxed, seal-wrapped new copy of ‘Strive for Perfection, A Celebration of Design & Luxury’, The RREC Yearbook for 2016 (2)

£80-120

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129 1921 Lucas Electrical Equipment for Motor Cars. A rare 44 pp. illustrated catalogue covering lighting and starting sets, with full details and specifications of early vintage electrical accessories, the cover a little faded and edges creased, but editorial very sound (1)

133* Thrupp & Maberly Ltd. A collection of twentyfive Rolls-Royce and Bentley photographs by C. K. Bowers & Sons and another, covering fifteen motorcars dating between 1933 and 1938, the vehicles include a Rolls-Royce Phantom II sedanca coupé and a fixed head saloon, Rolls-Royce 20/25hp sedanca de ville and a sedanca coupe and saloon, Rolls-Royce Phantom III saloons and sedanca de ville, Bentley 3½ litre aerodynamic saloon, and others, the photographs are mounted on their original brown card leaves, each photograph 9¼ x 11ins, currently housed in a book of cellophane pockets

£100-140

130 1931 Lucas Motor-Cyclealities. Covering the full range of accessories available, dated November 1930, 60 pp. in a landscape style, well-illustrated, cover soiled but content very good (1)

£80-120

A full listing with chassis numbers and, where known, original owners is offered with the lot. (1) £750-950

131 M.G. Magnette. A 110 pp., March 1934 Manual for the KA and KD Types (2 & 3 Carburettors), with good images and detail, metal clip held pages to a light green card cover and a fold-out gearbox, cam shaft set up and oiling charts, with a wiring diagram in the rear pocket, the cover a little feathered on the edges, the editorial good and clean (1)

£300-400

£140-180

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Lot 134 134 Connaught Coachwork. An original album (numbered 6), containing fifty-nine images by Argent Archer and F. N. Birkett, the photographs feature coachwork built between 1925 and 1936 on various chassis to include: Rolls-Royce, Armstrong Siddeley, Minerva, Lanchester, Hispano-Suiza, Invicta, Bentley, Daimler and Vauxhall, the album had been rearranged in the past, with some images missing, and the order of images altered, however, the current custodian has, through research, reinstated the order of the album, and five images, previously missing from the volume, have been sourced, copied and mounted in their correct position. A review of its contents and codification of the work carried out comes with the album’s purchase, images 8½ x 11ins (modern copies of 5 originals 6 x 7½ins), all in excellent condition (1)

136 The Motor. 9 issues of this weekly journal, comprising those for 19th March, 7th April and 28th April 1914, 25th May and 12th October 1915, 12th September 1916, 17th March and 3rd November 1920, and 9th November 1921, the last three issues lack their covers, and there is page browning and rusting of staples through age, but all otherwise in reasonably sound and clean condition (9)

137 The Motor. 14 issues, similar to the previous lot, and comprising copies from 1913 for 4th March, 24th June, 22nd and 29th July, 5th, 12th and 26th August, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September (the last without covers), and 21st October (14)

£50-100

138 The Motor. 11 issues, similar to the previous two lots, and comprising copies from 1912 and 1913 as follows: 13th August, 26th November and 10th December 1912, 21st January, 22nd and 29th April, 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th May, and 3rd June 1913 (the last without covers)

£1500-2000

135 Cars and How to Drive Them, by Lord Montagu, a set in two parts, part 1 being the 4th edition of circa 1910 with a green cover and black tooling, 100 pp. and advertisements, Part 2 being the 2nd edition of 1907 with a red buckram cover and black tooling, 97 pp. and advertisements, both books with detailed text about driving and descriptions of current models, the covers a little stained, editorial good (2)

£50-100

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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)

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£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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Lot 153 152 A circa 1935 Bugatti Type 57 ‘Competition Model’. A very rare double-sided promotional card (A4 size) illustrating and outlining the 3.3-litre (3275cc) ‘Competition 4-Seater’ with chassis specifications recto, issued from the Bugatti franchise in the Brixton Road, London, the English text is printed in red and black with a tipped-in monochrome photograph centrally positioned verso, the card comes with its light blue figured card folder, the front cover with gilt decoration to the hinge side, and Bugatti script, the folder in very clean condition with only light rubbing to lower edge, the card broadsheet with a little foxing and ink manuscript ‘1935-36’ on top margin recto (1)

153 The Napier Book. A prestigious landscape-style, 36 pp., cord-tied brochure circa 1912, promoting the 15hp, 30hp, 38.4hp, 59.9hp, commercial vehicles, colonial models, component parts, factory scenes, etc., there are colour profiles of the body-styles, with silk-tissue interleaves, decorative vignettes, detailed editorial with full specifications and prices, the decorative cream cover possesses its original cord tie, albeit with light soiling lower and upper edges, with some creasing to the upper right corner, the first tissue sheet with a gentle crease, and several pages a little rubbed, otherwise sound (1)

£600-800

£350-450

154 Napier Motor Carriages. A circa 1922, 32 pp. cord-tied brochure discussing the 40/50hp six-cylinder motor carriages, with five full-colour pages of different body styles and descriptions, detailed text with many monochrome images of both components and cars in use, prices and images of the works, the embossed cover retains its original cord tie, with creasing on the lower and upper fore-edge, some foxing to the title page, otherwise clean (1)

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155 1929 Crossley Six. A 16 pp. brochure promoting various coachwork on the 15.7hp chassis, including the ‘Shelsley Fabric Saloon Model’, incorporating detailed text, monochrome images of components, cars and interiors, with a price list tipped-in the ISFC, two library labels to the front cover, and a label removed from ISRC, also a brochure for the 20.9hp Six, 16pp, dated September 1928, incorporating detailed text, monochrome images of components, cars and interiors with a price list ISFC, rubber library stamp on the title page and ISRC, otherwise both brochures are crisp (2)

159 1922 Stutz Motor Car Co. A landscape-format black card covered brochure, with an embossed company logo, 32 pp. and free endpapers, illustrating the factory, close coupled Tourer, Roadster, Bearcat, together with engines, vignettes of interiors, transmission and rear axle, chassis and styles, included are specifications, and detailed descriptions of the vehicles, with a loose price list, staples missing but held together by a soft cord, French manuscript on the free endpaper and on pages 12 and 13, otherwise good condition (1)

£100-140

£100-150

156 Circa 1919 Talbot-Darracq. A prestigious hardback, cord-tied brochure for this newly form company, 58 pp., discussing in French the history of the Darracq company, Great War developments, monochrome images of the factory, offices, machine shops, drawing departments, foundry etc., also details of the Type A and Type V20, component parts and chassis images, body styles and dashboard layout, the cover a little scarred and soiled, light staining on the lower edge, several hardly noticeable thumb marks to some of the pages, otherwise sound (1)

£100-150

157 1930 Lagonda. A prestigious hardback and large-format colour brochure dated March 1930, 24 pp. and free endpapers, covering the 2-litre Speed Model (Low Chassis) Tourer and imaging the chassis, engine and T2 body style with specifications, also promoting the down-draft head ‘Special’ version and the standard saloon, also shown is the 3-litre chassis, engine, touring and saloon bodies, with specifications, together with the coach built Tourer, Enclosed-Drive, Four and Six-Light Weymann n Saloons, with interior and facia views, in very clean condition, just a little paper loss on the spine, and knocked upper fore-edge (1)

£350-450

158 Rolls-Royce ‘Springfield’ 40/50hp Portfolio. An unusual, circa 1922 landscape style black card wallet, opening to reveal a cream-coloured 4 pp. printed folder holding ten side-profile colour plates of different ‘Springfield body styles; Piccadilly, Pall Mall, Oxford, Tilbury, Pickwick, Buckingham etc., full specifications of the chassis, the cream folder is very clean, the outer wallet with a silver embossed profile of the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’, with very light rubbing

160 Bentley 6½-Litre. Dated October 1928, a large format brochure (Catalogue 27) of 36 pp., a prestigious brochure, from it is believed, the A. Rivers-Fletcher library, and probably a presentation copy, quarter bound in green cloth with a dark green leather spine, the book opening to reveal free endpapers, a half title page and a full title page with a F. Gordon Crosby colour image of a Bentley on a mountain pass, tipped-in opposite. Page 5 gives a Preface, then a list of outstanding features, specifications, coachwork, prices and service guarantees, various tinted vignettes of component parts to include the chassis and engine, with eight monochrome images of various coachwork to include the Weymann Touring Car, Open Touring Car, Cabriolet Coupé, Weymann Saloon etc., below each picture are various colour sketches of social scenes and captions, in impressive condition, the hard cover with a gilt Bentley motif on the front and title on the spine, with barely perceptible corner bumps, the editorial near perfect, a delight

(1)

(1)

£120-160

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161 Bentley - Again 1928. A 29 pp. Le Mans 24-hour race successes brochure, cord-tied gilt-embossed light blue card covers, describing and illustrating the second consecutive win for Bentley Motors, small 4to, printed in red, well-defined monochrome images, cover edges a little rubbed and but editorial very good, original spine and cord intact (1)

164 Circa 1927 New Safety Stutz 8. A 32 pp. brochure and decorative green card cover, featuring all of the safety elements being a recurring theme in the automobile industry, in the case of Stutz, the car featured safety glass, a low centre of gravity for better handling, and a hill-holding transmission called ‘Noback’, the vehicles featured include the fivepassenger Saloon, the Victoria Coupé, Speedster, Sedan and Sedan-Limousine, included are monochrome images of interiors, special features, engine details, and a centre page cut-away of a saloon, the cover imperceptibly rubbed on the edges, original staples intact, pages very good

£300-500

162 Bentley 4½ Litre. A large format ‘leaflet No 32’, dated January 1930, 12 pp. including the cover and featuring on page 10 and 11, ‘The New Supercharged Bentley 4½ Litre’ illustrating the ‘Le Mans’ car with its Amherst Villiers Mk IV supercharger, Also with well-defined images of the engine, chassis, sporting four-seater, Weymann n bodied saloon, component parts, specifications and the prices of the supercharged model with printed reductions, this publication has lost its cotton ties and is now held by a plastic spine grip, the pages are rather soiled and the rear page with some paper loss, however, a good working copy of this rare brochure (1)

(1)

165 1939 Triumph-Dolomite Cars. A landscapeformat brochure, having a dark red figured card cover with an embossed Triumph motif attached, oiled-silk end-papers, 20pp, covering the Roadster Coupé, Saloon, Foursome Coupé, 14/60 Saloon and Sports Saloon, with colour plates tipped-in, also images and detailed text regarding the coachwork and components, a little bumping on the cover edges, the first end-paper with a stain, otherwise in very good fettle

£100-200

(1)

£120-180

166 1937 Rolls-Royce ‘H. R. Owen’ Coachwork. A prestige promotional brochure of 16 pp., spiral bound, opening to reveal specifications and details for their Sedanca Coupé, Aerofoil, Sedanca de-Ville, Sedanca Coupé, Visa Saloon and Villa Sedanca, details of the model recto, a tipped-in colour traditional image verso, some discolouration to the cover, spiral-spine cracked

163 Bentley Speed Six. A rare large format, hardbound ‘The Silent Speed Six’ catalogue No 33, dated October 1929, possibly the first Speed Six brochure, it possesses 24 pp., free endpapers and is quarter-bound in green figured cloth with a dark green buckram spine, the content includes welldefined sepia images of the showroom, engine, chassis and components, together with images of two and four-door Weymann-bodied saloons, Tourers, and a Coupé de Ville, with specifications, a list of racing successes and service guarantee, the cover with a silver plate, ‘The World’s Finest Sport Car’ affixed, the corners and spine tops a little bumped, the rear cover with a water stain, pages loose but not demounted, editorial very good (1)

£120-180

(1)

£500-700

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172 Jaguar E-Type. A pair of brochures for the 2+2 and Roadster 4.2 litre, both circa 1967, together with a Series 3, 5.3 Litre V12 Coupé and Roadster, a trilanguage publication with specifications in the rear pocket, in excellent condition (3)

173 Jaguar 420 & 420G. Several brochures, to include a 16 pp. publication with a cut-away by Viv Berris and card specifications in the rear pocket, a 1968 range booklet, a two-fold version dated 1967, and brochures for the XJ6, XJ3.4, 402 and 5.3, all in excellent condition

167 1936 Isotta Fraschini. A landscape-style brochure, having a 10 pp. stiff card editorial and silver finished cover, spiral-binding, promoting the TIPO 8.A chassis with six different body styles, to include specifications and overview in Italian, offered with the brochure is a 1936 dated, typed letter in English to a prospective buyer, corners a little bumped, the cover surface rubber and the rear page in need of cleaning, otherwise good (1)

(9)

£180-220

(6)

(4)

The Z-102 employed racing-car technology in its chassis and alloy body with it being built in-house at Barcelona factory with the exception of the external coachwork, either by Carrozzeria, Touring or Saoutchik. (1) £180-220

£80-120

176 Swallow Doretti Two-Litre. A delightful four-fold colour brochure, dating circa 1954, with good chassis, body shell and text detail, in fine condition, just a little rubbing on the folds (1)

170 Two B.M.W. brochures. Both publications appear to date circa 1954, a two-fold opening broadsheet for the 501A Saloon, illustrating component parts and the boot arrangement, the other a multi-fold device for the 501, 502, 503 and 507, illustrating the Cabriolet, Coupé, the Izetta, Touring Sports car and Coupé Aufsatz, in good fettle save for very light creasing

£60-90

177 Humber. Various brochures, to include: a circa 1953 20 pp. brochure for the Super Snipe with a separate 4 pp. handbill for the Touring Saloon, together with a blue covered export version, two Humber Hawk brochures, one specifically for export cars, The Imperial and Super Snipe, and another multifold version dated 1961, (some manuscript alterations), and other documents

£160-200

(8)

171 Jaguar. A good selection of brochures, a 1955/56, multi-fold colour brochure for the 2.4 Mk I Saloon, a spiral bound brochure for the Mk 2 models, a 240 - 340 brochure with its correct three monochrome pictures and dimensional chart in the rear pocket, a similar publication for the ‘S’ Type dated 1967, and another, similar, all in good, clean condition (5)

£80-120

175 B.M.W. 507 Touring Sport 2-seat Roaster. Two similar brochures dating circa 1957, both having a cellophane style covering, also a 1955 two-fold vertical monochrome brochure for the 501/2/3/5 and 507, illustrating both body styles, together with a similar 8 pp. publication for the 501 saloon, with detailed illustrations, German text, all in fine condition

£180-220

169 1954 Pegaso Z-102. A rare 8 pp. brochure to include the card cover, the featured cars are the 102B, 102BS and the 102BS/3.2. with specifications in English, the spine is worn and the centre pages need cleaning, otherwise in fair fettle

(2)

£80-120

174 Jensen. A brochure for the 3.9 Litre 4/5 Seater Convertible, 4 pp., with a gentle vertical fold, also, 12 pp. colour brochure primarily for the American market, with a September 1973 specification sheet in the rear pocket, and a similar brochure dated 1968 for the FF, and mid-1960s road tests, all in good condition

168 1952 Aston Martin DB2. A 4 pp. brochure with a folded half-page imaging the ‘Race-bred Luxury Sports Car’, with detailed specifications, image of the DHC, chassis and a list of competition successes, code dated October 1952, good, clean condition (1)

£80-120

£80-120

178 Holden 48 - GM’s Australian Car. two versions of the 1948 brochure, together with a similar petit booklet, also a vertical-style booklet detailing the history of the post-war car’s development with General Motors, an 8 pp. brochure covering a later version, with a Sydney dealer’s stamp on the second page etc., all in generally good fettle

£80-120

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183 Maserati. A good collection of brochures, originally sourced in Australia, a set of horizontal style, two-fold card brochures in four languages for the Mistral, Sebring, Mexico, Ghibli and Quattroporte, several different brochures for the Merak and Merak 2000, Khamsin and Merak/SS held in blue and red folders, together with a Spyder brochure and other documents, one with a Sydney dealer’s address attached, all in good fettle, just light creasing to the spines of the two folders (12)

184 Land Rover & Range Rover. A good selection of brochures, a set dating circa 1967 covering various models 88, 109, 110 and Station Wagon, also, brochures for the first series Range Rover of 1972, together with folded broadsheets issued by Australian dealers, and with ‘Faulls Pty Limited’ rubber stamp on the front cover, all in good, clean condition

179 Ferrari. A good one-owner collection, to include examples of the 275GTB4, a two-fold brochure code dated 1967, similar brochures for the Dino 240GT of 1970 and the 240GTS of 1973, a four-page opening broadsheet for the 365 GT4 2+2 with coachwork by Pininfarina of 1972, a folded card version of the 365 GTB4 of 1973, a linear booklet covering the factory production of 1977 and two large brochures covering the 308GT4 and the 308GTB/S also of 1977, all in very good, clean condition, various languages (11)

(13)

£200-300

(a quantity )

£100-150

(a quantity)

£80-120

£200-300

187 Adler. Three brochures, the 2-litre multi-fold colour broadsheet imaging the Limousine and cabriolet, with a chassis plan and specifications on the rear, a similar brochure for the Trumpf Junior, imaging the Coach, Cabriolet, Sport-Cabriolet and Cabrio-Coach, with a chassis plan, a large folded brochure for the 2½ litre, printed with a similar charm with various body-styles, German text, with rubbed corners and the last brochure being a little frail

182 Aston Martin. A brochure for the DB2 Sports Saloon and DHC, 8pp. and card cover, and retaining its original oiled-cloth outer covering, also, a similar period, but more basic four-fold broadsheet with road tests, another DB2 card brochure with a rubber stamp of September 1953, a DB4 GT specifications card dated 1961, a similar DB4 Vantage specifications sheet and a V8 brochure, 8 pp. including cover, and an 1895 Aston Martin Lagonda brochure and leaflets, all in good fettle, particularly the first item (12)

£120-160

186 Mercedes-Benz. An excellent collection of brochures, a set of eight booklets dating from the late 1960s, each detailing a separate model with a specifications sheet in the rear pocket, 220, 230, 250, 280S & SE, 280 SL, 280SE Coupé, 300SEL and 300SEL 6.3, all with white card covers, also, similar but landscape style brochures dating from the mid1960s, with specifications sheets where appropriate, other brochures include the 600 and 600 limousine and a rare blue card folder containing ‘The Origins of Mercedes and the Star’, a large folded wall poster, all in excellent condition with some manuscript pen and a little creasing to some units

181 Ford Falcon. Two Australian brochures for the 1964 cars, both having 16 pp. and tissue inserts, a 1961 colour brochure promoting the Sedan and Station Wagon, with details of component parts and specifications, also, a 1962 brochure and another similar version, the latter with manuscript markings and a Perth dealer’s card attached, all in good fettle, save for a little bumping and spine creasing (5)

£100-150

185 Lotus. A good selection of quality literature of various types, covering the following models: Elite, Eclat, Esprit, Lotus + 2S 130, prestige brochures for the Elite, Esprit SE and S, Excel, Carlton and Elan, dating from the early 1990s, together with various road tests and other paperwork, all in very good, clean condition

180 AC Two Litre. A large 8 pp. brochure dating late 1940s, illustrating the four and two door saloon, with a Max Millar cut-away and detailed images of the engine, also, a rare 2 pp. broadsheet promoting the ‘Buckland’ Sports Tourer, a 1953 4 pp. leaflet describing and illustrating the Ace, a brochure for the AC428 convertible, and several road tests, all in good, clean condition, with only mild creasing (8)

£200-300

(3)

£200-300

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188 Three British brochures of Australian origin. Lea Francis, a two-fold brochure with specifications for the 14hp saloon, with a 1949 rubber stamp to the front cover, Sunbeam Talbot 2-litre, imaging the various models, Saloon, DHC, Sports Tourer and Sports 2-seater and the New Riley Pathfinder folded brochure dated 1954, some soiling and biro marks, otherwise good (3)

194 Sunbeam 20/60hp Handbook. Dated December 1924, a leatherette wrap-around cover with gilt tooling, double-folded chassis diagram, 72 pp. including index, loose spine and soiled pages, a good working copy (1)

195 The Light Car and Cyclecar. Fifteen early loose issues from 1913 to 1916, all with their covers and advertisements, as follows: Volume III Numbers 54, 56 (covers loose), 58, 62 (lacks top outer corner of rear cover), 67, 71 & 78, Volume IV Numbers 82 & 84, Volume V Numbers 107, 116 & 120, Volume VI Number 139, Volume VII Number 175, & Volume VIII Number 191, pages are browned through age, staples are rusty and most covers have some wear and/or soiling, but the contents are generally clean and sound

£50-100

189 Lamborghini. A collection of brochures to include the Miura P400, Urraco P250 and P300, Espada, Silhouette and Countach, together with two landscape brochures for the Islero and Espada, each with full specifications, quality colour photographs and in good, clean condition (9)

£140-180

(15)

190 Rover. A good selection, a two-fold colour broadsheet for the 75 and New 90, with a 1953 rubber stamp on the cover, also, the 2000 (Australian issue) and a 1966 TC, and several multi-page versions dating from the late 1960s, other brochures include examples for the 2200SC and TC from 1973, the 3500 and 3500S from 1972 and a similar but Australian version with a ‘Faulls Pty Limited’ rubber stamp on the front cover, also included are a 1974 brochure covering the model range and similar period general promotional material, generally good condition, some soiling (a quantity)

£100-150

196 East London Rubber Company Motor Catalogue 1916. A quarto (11 x 8¾ ins), profusely illustrated with engravings, has about 750 pages in all, and is divided into the following sections: Motor Tyres, Kerry Abingdon Motor Bicycles & Side Cars, and Motor Fittings and Accessories; Tools; Motor & Motor Cycling Clothing, the back cover of the volume is a bit soiled, the outer corners of the covers are rubbed, front and rear hinges a little weak, and there is some damp wrinkling to the upper margins of the pages (not affecting the actual text or illustrations), but the contents appear otherwise to be clean and sound

£150-200

191 Vauxhall 25. Dated Sep 1936, a prestige landscape saddle-stitched brochure of 26 pp. publicising the Saloon, Tickford Foursome Coupé by Salmon & Sons, Wingham Cabriolet by Martin Walter, Grosvenor Sports and the Seven Seat Saloon, Continental Touring Saloon by Connaught, also tonal vignettes of accoutrements on the front and rear endpapers, sound editorial, but the cover a little soiled, with an Adams & Gibben agency stamp (1)

£40-80

A rare year. (1)

£100-150

£100-120

192 The Awakening by Alex J. M. Gray. A 1912 promotional brochure for the Warland ‘Dual’ Rim Co., being a by-product of an RAC Trial with a certificate of Performance dated February 1912, on the last page, a stitched square-backed publication on brown card, the joy of the publication being the 30 monochrome photographs each tipped-in on a page, including a Model T Ford, Renault, Mercedes, Crossley and a Rolls-Royce 40-50hp by coachwork by Cann, the cover a little soiled and rubbed, but fundamentally sound (1)

197* A pair of ‘Toby’ rear lamps, suitable for number plate illumination, nickel-plated on brass, with stout mounting brackets, bulb fittings and perfect glasses, of quality manufacture by the late John Mitchell, never mounted

£120-160

193 Sunbeam 40/60hp Spare Parts. Dated February 1928, 76 pp. with index & cover, illustrating and listing all component parts with prices, sound order, but pages and cover soiled (1)

(2)

£40-80

£200-300

198* A Posy-Holder. A fluted design in sterling silver, assayed in London in 1926, with an adjustable bracket, 6½ins) high (1)

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199* A Drew & Sons ‘En Route’ Picnic Set for four people, contained in a black leather case with a red leather lining, while incomplete the contents include four cups and saucers, sandwich plates, vacuum flask, knives and a sandwich box, the sprung catches and leather holding strap are in good order (1)

202* A Two Note Steam Horn by Faichley & Co., brass construction with a spring flap and a 2ins (5cm) pipe aperture, 12ins (31cm) long (1)

£100-150

203* A Dial Clock removed from the Brown Bothers showroom in Guildford in the 1970s, wall mounted with an eight-day English fusée movement, mahogany case & 11½ inch dial, AF

£100-150

(1)

£100-150

204* A matched pair of coach lamps having delightful quarter-turn bevelled edge glasses, red telltale rear glasses, black-painted steel and brass construction with nickel-plated surround reflectors, 16ins (41cm) high (2)

£100-150

205* Two Lucas, Series 630 Lamps. Manufactured between 1910 and 1930, these are combination rear and number plate oil-powered lamps, both lamps are labelled 634, and will make one good, useable example, AF (2)

£100-150

200* A Trembler Coil by Castle Components Ltd., a seemingly unused single coil having threaded terminals and nickel-plated adjustable trembler, held in a polished mahogany tenon-jointed box with detachable lid, instructions for use and nickel-plated clips, 7½ins (19cm) high (1)

£200-300

206* Royal Doulton Motoring Series Ware. A 9½ inch underglaze colour transfer plate titled, ‘Itch Yer on Guvenor?.’, a George Holdcroft design dating between 1903 and 1910, in excellent condition with a scratch-less glaze (1)

£200-250

207* Royal Doulton Motoring Series Ware. A 10½ inch underglaze colour-transfer plate, untitled (the only scene in the series not captioned), a George Holdcroft design dating between 1903 and 1910, in excellent condition with a scratch-less glaze

201* Circa 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II. A scratchbuilt (18th scale?) model, possibly used as a coachbuilder’s model, and well-constructed, possessing interior fittings, steering wheel, spoked wheels, treaded rubber tyres, headlamps, axles, road springs and plated radiator, in need of refurbishment, but a delight, 12ins (31cm) long, 4½ins (11cm) wide

208* Cleveland Discol. A rare double-sided threecolour hanging enamel sign, with surface wear, some rusting around the mounting holes and edge chipping, 18 x 30ins

(1)

(1)

(1)

£100-150

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209* M.G. - Safety Fast. An octagonal hanging showroom sign, with bevelled edges, central wording and its original hanging chain, in sound condition, save for barely perceptible nibbles on some edge, 18ins (46cm) across (1)

£200-300

210* M.G. An octagonal hanging showroom enamel sign, with hanging holes’ top and bottom and original hanging chains, in sound condition, 16ins (41cm) across (1)

£200-300

211* J.G. Parry Thomas. An assayed silver medal by Elkington & Co., awarded to the driver at the J.C.C. Spring Meeting at Brooklands in 1924, inscribed verso, ‘Brooklands Spring Race Meeting 1924 - Junior Long Handicap - 3rd J. G. Parry Thomas - Thomas Special’, the medal with its original spring clip and feltlined presentation box, with a maker’s name and address in gilt, printed in the lid, text on page 830 of Autocar for 9th May 1924, outlines the occasion

Lot 208

(1)

£280-350

212* Arthur Brown. A bronze and enamel medal awarded to the driver at the Kent & Sussex Light Car Club Meeting at The Lewes Speed Trials, inscribed verso, ‘Handicap Class Fourth - A. Baron - 13-5-33’, the medal comes with its original spring clip and lined presentation box, a photocopy of the car and driver comes its sale (1)

£40-80

Lot 210

213* A circa 1905 Motoring Accident. A colour lithographic print illustrating a rear entrance tonneau motor-car with two young sailors about to throw a spare tyre to a third sailor, who has fallen from the car into a duck pond, in good condition with good colour, framed and glazed with a gilt insert, 18 x 13ins (46 x 33cm)

Lot 211

(1)

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214* Electric Switches. Two electric toggle switches with domed brass tops and earthenware bases, ideal for use with veteran motor-cars (2)

222* Leaping Gazelle Mascot by Casimir Brau, having an original nickel-plated finish on brass, good features and detail, the smaller of the two sizes available in the late 1920s or early 1930s, French, 6ins (15cm) high, not display-mounted

£40-80

(1)

£300-400

215* A collapsible Water Carrier, as designed for use with veteran and early vintage cars, manufactured from leather-canvas, the design including a wired frame, handles top and bottom, water filter and spout, in sound, almost useable condition, and a rare survivor (1)

£100-150

216* Bentley. A sterling silver lapel badge in the form of a Bentley mascot, housed in a presentation case (1)

£80-120

223* Riley Ski-Lady Mascot. A well-detailed original mascot, retaining its original plated finish, and stamped ‘Riley Ski-lady - Rd 759377’ at the rear, mounted on a rectangular marble base, suitable for Riley six-cylinder models, and can also be mounted on four-cylinder cars, announced in January 1931, the mascot is supposed to epitomise smoothness and speed, priced at 37/6, they were available from Riley agents until 1937

217* Lucas Trade Gifts. A perpetual calendar with a pressed lion and torch Lucas insignia, a propelling pencil and two motor show attendee’s lapel badges numbered 22 and 52 (4)

£50-100

218* Rolls-Royce 20hp Mascot, nickel with C. Sykes signature to the base and its 1911 registered design details, mounting stud a little rusty, otherwise in good fettle (1)

(1)

224* Running Dog Mascot in the cubist Art-Déco style, not signed, but probably by Marcel Pley, and dating from circa 1928, aluminium with a threaded bolt for radiator cap mounting, 6ins (15cm) long, not mounted

£180-220

219* Bentley. An S-type mascot in stainless steel, display-mounted on a marble base (1)

£80-120

(1)

220* Bentley Owners Club membership badge, a chromium-plated and brass version, with good detail and a red enamel ‘B’ insignia (1)

£120-180

225* Rolls-Royce 40/50hp Mascot of the 1918 to 1923 period, with the inscriptions ‘RR Ltd, 6-2-11 Charles Sykes’ and ‘US Pat Office’ and ‘Trade Mark’ inscriptions under the wings, excellent detail with its original nickel-plated finish, not mounted, 6¾ins (7cm) high, not including the mounting stud

£120-180

221* Tool Bag. A heavy duty two-handled leather bag, suitable for carrying veteran and vintage motorcar tools and spares (1)

£300-400

(1)

£50-100

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228* Mr & Mrs Maymore. A pair of character mascots for mounting on ‘his’ and ‘hers’ motor-cars, both mascots are well-detailed in solid bronze and both with an excellent patina that only age can impose, both mounted on turned wooden bases, 3¼ins (8cm) high 226* A Squirrel Mascot by Maxime LeVerrier. A well-crafted and rare bronze mascot in a semi-cubist style, the animal holding a nut to his mouth, embossed ‘M. LeVerrier’ to the side of the octagonal base and possessing a delightful patina, circa 1925, mounted on a radiator cap, 4¾ins (12cm) high (1)

Mr Maymore (with his pipe, which is often missing) was the first to be created by May & Padmore Ltd of Birmingham, as a Christmas gift in 1923, and named after the founder of the company. Mrs Maymore was similarly produced for Christmas 1925. Both scripted under their bases. Both mascots are rare in the market today, particularly as a pair. £500-700 (2)

£600-800

229* Dinkie Doo Mascot. A quality mid-1920s accessory mascot by Augustine & Emile Lejeune with a registered design number of 671966 inscribed at the rear of the base, this well-crafted mascot, depicting a winged cupid character with a bow and arrow, features glass eyes, whereas the standard model, with a registration number of 671968, does not, not mounted, 5ins (13cm) high (1)

£220-320

227* A Hare Golfer Mascot. The standing animal in jacket, breeches and hat in a golfing pose, welldetailed solid bronze with a good patina, late 1920s, not signed, mounted on a later chromium-plated radiator cap, 6¼ins (15cm) high

230* The Four Faces of Buddha. A hollow cast brass mascot depicting four faces ‘surprise’, ‘happy’, ‘sad’ and ‘contentment’, mounted on a black base, 3¼ins (8cm) high

(1)

(1)

£180-240

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231* Leaping Salmon Mascot. A 1920s hollow cast brass mascot by Paul Camus, having glass eyes and inscribed PC 722 on the base, mounted on a radiator cap, 4½ins (12cm) high (1)

£180-240

232* Snail Mascot by Augustine & Emile Lejeune. Semi-hollow cast in brass, nickel-silver plated with good detail, stamped ‘AEL copyright’, not mounted, 6ins (15cm) long (1)

£180-240

233* Nos Glories a two-dimensional mascot issued in 1930 to celebrate the east to west crossing of the Atlantic from Paris to New York by Dieudonné Costes and Maurice Bellonte, fine detail, with the heads of the aviators in profile, display-mounted, 8ins (20cm) high (1)

£220-280

Lot 235

234* ‘Robert’ Policeman Mascot by John Hassall. He was paid a royalty on every mascot sold between 1914 and 1923, Hassall’s unique design included a brown and hand-painted porcelain head that can be moved to create different expressions, this example is in polished brass and possesses a good patina, a Hassall signature on the coat and the registration number 611941 beneath the base, with a two stud mounting, not mounted, 4½ins (11cm) high (1)

236* Theodore the Teddy Bear, holding a steering wheel with one hand and a flag-staff with the other, dating from the veteran period, this example possesses good fur detail, and features red glass eyes and a nice patina, the mascot celebrates President Theodore Roosevelt becoming the first American to drive to Congress in a motor-car circa 1908, and having been named Teddy by the American media because of his refusal to shoot a bear cub in 1902, display-mounted, 4½ins (11cm) high

£280-340

(1)

235* Sea Serpent Mascot by David Guéron. A clear glass French-manufactured mascot dating from the 1930s, with fine fish-scale detail in dirty but almost fine condition, intaglio inscription ‘Guéron’ on the rear, 6ins (15cm) high (1)

£400-600

237* Mr Pickwick. A solid brass depiction of the Dickensian character with an outstretched arm and standing on a book entitled ‘Pickwick Papers’, the mascot dates pre-WWII, 4½ins (11cm) high, affixed to a cast wheel-cap

£300-500

(1)

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242* A Lines Brothers Bullnose Van. A rare ‘Triangtois’ child’s floor toy, being a Bullnose Morris Panel Van constructed from wood, incorporating an open cab, steering wheel, side lamps and radiator with a Lines Brothers motif, the red wheels have solid rubber tyres, twin rear doors open to reveal a painted interior and side seats, painted blue with a grey roof, in very good order, 19ins (48cm) long, 10ins high

238* W. O. Bentley, a two-dimensional depiction, a fascinating free-standing caricature created, it is understood, by a Bentley mechanic, in celebration of Bentley at the Le Mans 24hours in 1929, the aluminium has been cut into an outline of W.O. Bentley with etched decoration creating details of a tail coat, trousers, hand holding a cigarette, spectacles and a tie, around the lower middle are the words ‘Le Mans 1929’ tapped out with what appears to be a pointed punch, there are two mounting holes at the base, and clear tell-tale marks of nuts and bolts having once fixed the ‘mascot’ to a vehicle, 13ins high (1)

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£400-600

£450-650

239* Leo Villa - Malcolm Campbell. Purchased from the auction of property belonging to the Campbell mechanic, a small union flag with Malcolm Campbell’s signature in black pen across the middle, together with a silver-plated cigarette case with a racing car motif (2)

£100-200

240* AA Committee Badge. A type 4 ‘Stenson Cooke’ entwined AA badge with a fixed flag at the top with ‘AA’ inscribed in black enamel, but no facility for mounting a yellow backing plate, numbered OC 37 below the inscribed ‘Secretary’, and the letters ‘RR’ just below the left-hand mounting hole verso, nickel-plated, with signs of use, 20cm high (1)

£400-600

243* Vulcan Motor Eng. Co. A very rare 1920s Vulcan motor-car mascot, being a nickel-plated example with good detail, and cast onto an internal threaded radiator cap, good original condition, 12cm high

241* An AA Motorcycle (or Light Car) Badge of the small Stenson Cooke type 1, in plain brass, it dates from 1914 and is numbered 10893 at the apex with the word ‘Secretary’ to the front, the reverse with a similarly positioned number and the telephone number and telegraphic address on the sides, some discoloration to the brass, not display-mounted (1)

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£380-480

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Lot 245 244 1936 La Locomotion Mecanique. Saunier (Baudry de), Dollfus (Charles) & Geoffroy (Edgar de), Texte et documentation. Histoire de la Locomotion Terrestre - La Locomotion Naturelle, L’Attelage - La Voiture, Le Cyclisme, La Locomotion Mecanique, L’Automobile, a 1st edition folio hardback volume in glossy maroon cloth binding with stamped gold, red, white & black lettering/decoration on the front cover and a leather title label on the spine, an authoritative work in French, profusely illustrated with monochrome photographs and full-page gravure plates, and also including many full-colour plates, with many ‘tipped-in’. 15 x 11¼ inches, marbled end-papers, pp xvi, 448, published by L’Illustration, Paris, 1936, the covers very slightly rubbed, else an excellent, clean and sound copy (1)

£100-150

245 A Photograph Album containing twenty original full-plate photographs of motorcycle trials dating around 1919-1920 period, some images may have been use in Motor Cycle magazine, so research may identify venues and actual dates, all of the photographs are in very good condition, save for a little creasing to the corners of some, all held by corners, so are easily removed without damage (1)

Lot 246

£150-200

247 Veteran Car Club Gazette. A good selection of the club magazine, the earliest being Number 9 of April 1944, to Number 38 of 1952, together with a VCC rally programme of August 1933

246* Player’s Digger Tobacco. A transfer-printed tin advertising sign announcing, ‘Made the way men like it’, mounted on board, some surface scuffing, generally good, 29 x 19ins (1)

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£80-120

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248 Cadillac. Nine brochures dating from 1960 to 1969, and include The stunning 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood series as illustrated, all in good, clean condition, with full specifications, and all USA printed (9)

255 1965 Ford Cortina & Cortina Lotus. A rare document of 12 pp., with cover, a landscape style brochure featuring, with specifications, the Cortina GT and Lotus Cortina, with interior views, racing successes and detail photographs, cover a little creased, spine good

£100-150

249 Porsche. Several early brochures, to include a 4 pp. for c. 1948 356, a two-fold green brochure dating c. 1955, a technical data card for the 356A and another covering all models of 1955, a promotional double-opening brochure with three colour postcards of older advertising models and a ‘The Keys to Miles of Pleasure’ brochure, code dated 1952, with a centre-page spread of the 356 Coupé, all in good, clean condition

256 1946 Rover. A 24 pp. petit brochure, covering the post-war product, good editorial in a green hue, a black card covers with its gilt badge worn, also a similar period petit brochure for the Armstrong Siddeley (with a factory applied sticker, ‘unable to accept any further orders .’, also a 1951 Mercedes-Benz petit brochure for passenger cars, all in fair condition

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(3)

(1)

£120-180

250 Ilinga. ‘Over the Horizon’. Two identical brochures for this ill-fated car, 8 pp. including the card cover, with interior views, a double-page spread of the car from above, some specifications, one brochure with a ‘Dawes & North Pty of Melbourne’ rubber stamp on the cover, otherwise both units in good fettle

£80-100

257 The Shell Mex Anatomy Books. Rarely offered as a 1950s set, they comprise the Modern Motor Cycle, The Modern Motor Car, Modern Commercial Vehicle, each with sectionalised ‘overlays’ pictures of the vehicles, all appear to be in good condition, with their indices, covers and spines showing their age (3)

The Ilinga was by an Australian car manufacturer; founded in Melbourne by Tony Farrell and Daryl Davies, the company was in business between 1974 & 1975. The company’s only model, the AF-2, saw only two examples produced, despite having apparently fifteen customers placing deposits. Presented at the 1975 Melbourne Motor Show, the AF-2 was promoted as a luxury sports car, built to compete with Porsche and Aston Martin. However, the 1973 oil crisis and high retail price chased many potential customers away. £80-120 (2)

£100-120

258 M.G. Mille Miglia. A record of the M.G. victory in the Italian 1000-mile race, dated 1933, the 52 pp. book includes excellent monochrome illustrations of the K3s taking part, descriptive text, maps and cutaway drawings by Max Millar, bound in cream card with brown text and the Fasces insignia centrally placed, and saddle-stitched, a bright and clean example (1)

£150-200

259 M.G. The Luck of the Game. A 1932 publicity brochure written by Cecil Kimber, an illustrated account of the M.G. team victories in the Ulster TT of 1932 and the BRDC 500 miles’ race, 18 pp., with a cream card cover with black framed wording, good, clean condition, 4to

251 H.R.G. A circa 1948 two-fold opening broadsheet with well-defined monochrome images and full specifications of the ‘1100 Model’, 1500 Model’ and ‘Aerodynamic’, together with post-war racing success, gentle horizontal folds, Rubber stamp of the Gay Automobile Collection, and blue ballpoint date, 1957, otherwise crisp (1)

£60-90

(1)

£150-200

£70-100

252 1964 Morris Mini Moke. A 4 pp. two-colour brochure with vehicle and component illustrations and detailed specifications, a little creased and with some soiling to the cover, also a set of Lambert & Butler ‘Motor Cars’ cigarette cards (2)

£40-60

253 1939 Commer Superpoise Models. A 12 pp. and cover brochure, illustrating the 1½ and 2 ton chassis and body types, a delighted double-fold chassis illustration, full specifications and features, with an errata sheet, a good spine and a good, clean cover (1)

£40-60

260 Frazer-Nash. A 1937 landscape format 18 pp. brochure promoting the Falcon, TT Replica, Ulster 100, Supercharged Shelsley and Single Seater, an F. Gordon-Crosby frontispiece, a record of achievement, with illustrations of models, staples in place, but the centre pages loose, the pictorial card cover bumped on the fore-edge and corners

254 1948 Jowett Javelin Saloon. An 8 pp. brochure with a good Fergusson cut-away of the car, with full specifications, features and dimensions, original staples, a little rusty (1)

£40-80

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261 Lotus Eleven. Two different, two-fold broadsheets, a green cover example for 1957 with the Le Mans car illustrated, the other, a yellow cover with the club model illustrated, also, a similar circa 1959 Lotus Fifteen brochure, with paper loss in the top right corner, and a library rubber stamp on the first mentioned (3)

THE PACKARD COLLECTION The following collection represents a good selection of prestige brochures from one of America’s foremost car manufacturers. The images are highly pleasing in quality, and represent lithographic printing at its best. All conditions are above average.

£80-120

262 The Austin Healey 100. A 12 pp. brochure dating circa 1956, a Canadian and American version of the UK publication, describing on the ISFC the record breaking successes at the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, good full colour images and detail views of the LHD car, to include the two-position windscreen, good fettle, short tear at the lower spine, The Robert Gay Collection rubber stamp and pen manuscript on the cover (1)

266 The Packard April 1915. A promotional magazine issued by The Packard Motor Co., 24 pp. and cover, with detailed articles and monochrome images, punched holes in the spine, also Packard Forty-Eight, a 16 pp. landscape brochure, circa 1914, promoting the Packard Series 4-48 with specifications, and information, introduced in February 1914, only 441 4-4’s were constructed, replacing the former T-head engine was a new, 525 cubic-inch six-cylinder ‘Dominant Six,’ that developed 60 horsepower, this brochure with 1948(?) in manuscript on the front cover, some foxing

£80-120

263* Mercedes-Benz 300SL. A circa 1958, 10 pp. brochure and turquoise coloured card cover, the 3rd page folding out to double width to illustrate an artists’ impression of two cars, with the hood up and down, very good condition, save for light creasing on the front cover, a good spine (1)

(2)

267 Packard Eight. Four different prestige brochures, the first dated 1927 covering the 4-43, 22 pp. with excellent artist colour impressions of body styles, and delightful colour vignettes on most pages, with prices and specifications, the pictorial cover soiled, also, 1931 28 pp. with quality colour images of thirteen body styles and component parts, corners a little bumped and the editorial separated from the staples, together with 1933, 20 pp. with artist impressions of the various coachwork, with sepia images of salesmen and buyers, the silver card cover, a little soiled and the title page corner removed, also a green cover version of the same brochure

£80-120

264 Lotus Fifteen. A two-fold leaflet with monochrome images of the ‘15’ with body attached, chassis frame and racing, circa 1959, also, H.R.G. a circa 1948 two-fold opening broadsheet with welldefined monochrome images and full specifications of the ‘1100 Model’, 1500 Model’ and ‘Aerodynamic’, together with post-war racing success, gentle creasing on both, rubber stamp of the Gay Automobile Collection, and blue ballpoint manuscript, otherwise good (2)

£80-120

(4)

£100-140

£80-120

265 Connaught Cars. ‘Hand Finished-One at a Time. An interesting book, double-fold opening broadsheet imaging the car, bonnet open and engine bay with detailed specifications, also a similar sized Alta 9hp Sports & Competition Cars, circa 1933, 12 pp. and grey card cover, detailed text and image of the car No 1, delightful vignettes, and a Ferguson centre spread cut-away, cover slightly faded, otherwise both brochures are in good condition (2)

£80-120

268 Packard Standard Eight. Three brochures, an unusual 1928 brochure-folder containing 12 landscape pictorial information cards, each detailing a particular coach built style, together with a 4 pp. booklet about its mechanical features, and a salesman’s booklet, also, Models 8-26 and 8-33, 26 pp. with details about 11 different body styles, full specifications and quality artwork, pages with foxing and soiling, together with, a similar brochure for the 8-40 and 8-45, excellent colour images with artwork by José Segrelles (1885-1969) (3)

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269 Packard Super Eight & Twelve Super Eight. Four landscape brochures, 32 pp. with both artist colour depiction of body styles and monochrome pictures of the cars on test and being constructed, good all-round condition, save for some fading on the embossed card cover, a 1933 dated brochure, with colour vignettes of technicians, and sporting scenes, the bright-silver card covers in good fettle, the Twelve Super Eight for 1936, a spiral bound brochure with colour-re-touched photographs of various body styles for the three chassis models, embossed silver cover in excellent fettle, together with a 1937 version, the spiral-bound cover a little creased, but content very good and colourful (4)

275 Press Packs. A good selection dating from the later part of the 20th century, marques covered include, Ferrari, Ford Escort & Orion, Mini-el City, Alfa 147 Range, Chrysler Viper, Jaguar, Seat, Fiat, Porsche, Alfa Romeo 146ti, Toyota, Rover 25, M.G. ZR and TF, Bentley, etc., all in good or better condition (a quantity)

276 General Motoring Books. A good selection of circa 40 books, to include Dymock - Renault, Ford, Audi, Vauxhall files, several books on Ferrari and three transport lamps, various conditions (2 boxes)

277 Instruction Manuals for Alvis. The 4.3 Litre, 3½ Litre, Firefly, 12/70 and 12/50, also handbooks for the 11.9hp Bean (1st ed) with a wrap-round red buckram cover, Morris Oxford and Cowley for 1927, Morris 30CWT and 3-ton and the M.G. 1¼ Litre (YA). various conditions (9)

£40-80

278* Brands Hatch. An advertising poster for the BOAC 1000 Kilometres World Championship Sports Car Race by Dexter Brown, Organised by the BRSCC it was held on the 12 April 1970 with BOAC as the main sponsor, in good condition and protected behind a Perspex clip mount, (20 x 30 ins), together with two other mounted posters

£80-120

271 Motor Cycling Photographs. A good selection of approximately 200 original and copy monochrome photographs covering for the most part the 1920s and 1930s, various events, social scenes, and activities, housed in two albums and some loose in a box, they range in size from end prints to 7 x 9ins, the condition of most is good or better (a quantity)

£40-80

£120-180

270 Packard Super Eight & Twelve. A pair of 1934, spiral top hinge promotional brochures, for the New Super Eight and the New Twelve, with delightful artist depictions of the factory productions, with chassis details, images of component parts and facilities, the covers with imperceptible soiling, the remains of a sticker on the silver embossed cover, otherwise delightful (2)

£80-120

(3)

£40-80

£100-150

272 Lucas Motoralities. Five Lucas brochures, including a copy of the rare 80-page vertical format catalogue for Season 1913, unfortunately in very worn and stained covers and with a fair amount of staining internally, but nevertheless valuable for its wellillustrated and detailed information about the Company’s motor lamps, dynamos, horns, pumps, oilers, lubricators, etc., plus, a good copy of the 1928 catalogue, and three early Running Instruction booklets for Electric Lighting and Starting Equipment (soiled and worn), Lucas ‘Magdyno’ Lighting and Ignition Set for Motor-Cycles; and Lucas Magnetos, also, a petit booklet (4 pages plus covers), dated September 1925, for Langol Motor Oils, staples rusty, but the last three items otherwise generally sound (6)

£100-140

273 Automobile Year. Various examples starting with Number 10 (1962-1963) to Number 56 (2008 2009), also Auto-Universum 1964 and 1965, all in good or better condition with dust jackets 274 Road Tests. A quantity of assorted road test books covering mainly European product, issued by The Motor and Autocar, they cover the periods 1954 to 1967, also, five books in the Osprey ‘Classic Motorcycle’ series, all by Mick Walker, fair condition

279* Finishers Plaque, 1930 Automobile Club of Deutschland (ADAC) Auslands Tourenfahrt, a highly decorative enamel and gilt presentation plaque for the 1930 International Tour showing a covered piazza, with palm trees and buildings, a large, interestinglyshaped plaque with five-colour enamels on a gilt base, 2¾ x 3½ins, good condition

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(1)

(17)

£40-80

£40-80

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280* Auto Cycle Union 1903. A ‘National Rally’ plaque, having a central position two-colour enamel ACU badge on a pressed design plaque of interesting shape, and retaining its fitted leather presentation box, the raised tablet inscribed E. J. Kehoe (1)

£80-120

285* International Rennen 1951. A rare four-colour enamel large oval participant’s plaque having an outline of the course and a line of flag poles, just slight rubbing to the surface, otherwise in excellent condition, 9 x 7cm (1)

£150-200

281* Middle Europe Motor-Car Society - Scientific Committee. A very rare and important bronze and enamel motor-car badge, the outer ring with the German text (as outlined in English), a Goddess aboard her winged vehicle centre, and the number 429 below. Believed to date pre-1900, the light blue enamel is in almost perfect condition, albeit the black enamel of the number two has chipped (1)

£200-400

282* Automobile Club d’Alsace. A large grillemounted full membership badge dating circa 1920, being the rare first version having a wheel device with the aforementioned wording highlighted in dark blue enamel and a red enamelled depiction of the region’s shield centre, in sound condition, a little rubbing to the surface (1)

£80-120

283* Ceramic Sweet Jar in the guise of a chauffeur and his open-drive saloon motor-car, bisque with colour underglaze, in good condition save for an incorrect loose fitting lid, albeit colour wise, quite appropriate

284* Limousine Posy Holders. A pair of Bristol blue glass holders in cylindrical form, with matching metal frames and rear mounting brackets, in sound condition

286 BARC - Field Newspaper bronze medal awarded to H. G. Dobbs, the reverse inscribed, ‘The Field Team Award - Presented by the proprietors of the Field - 500 Miles Race - Brooklands 1934 - H. G. Dobbs Riley Team’, with its BARC presentation box, also three other medals awarded to Dobbs to include a silver-gilt medal awarded by the Ulster Motor Cycle Club in 1926, each with hinged boxes

(2)

(4)

(1)

£50-100

£40-80

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Lot 289 287* Motor Cycle Club - Simms Hill Trophy. A bronze plaque awarded to A. C. Westwood during the Exeter Trial, having an entrant number of 252, and driving a Fiat, retaining its fitted Spencer & Co., fitted hinged lid box, also, a JCC medal and another similarly awarded, with boxes (3)

289* Daimler and Lanchester Owner’s Club Archives. A comprehensive collection of approximately 170 black & white photographs, of the Lanchester and Daimler motor cars, and the Lanchester works etc., circa 1920-early 1970s, formerly from the Owner’s Club archives, many captioned to verso (some with Daimler and Lanchester Owner’s Club Archives ink stamp), some images previously marked up to verso for publication, dimensions approximately 17 x 21cm and smaller, together with approximately twenty-five original marketing brochures for Lanchester, Damiler and Jaguar cars, 1930s-1980s, many in original printed wrappers, stitched or stapled as issued, slim 4to & oblong 4to

£100-150

288* Donington Park Motor Road Racing Circuit. A 1935 application form for shares in the Donington Circuit Ltd., company, together with an invitation letter from the Ridgeford Trust dated March 1935, and a six page typed prospectus outlining the description of the property, 1935 programme, estimated income, financial capital and a list of director’s etc., in good readable condition, an interesting and historic document (1)

(a small carton)

£80-120

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Lot 291

290* Pears (Dion, 1925-1985). Emerson Fittipaldi’s Copersucar, Daily Express International Trophy, 1978, oil on canvas, showing Fittipaldi at speed in Ford Cosworth F5A, signed lower right, with title inscribed to verso of frame, horizontal tear repaired to central sky area, 610 x 915 mm (24 x 36 ins), framed

291* Pears (Dion, 1925-1985). Nelson Piquet followed by Nigel Mansell, European Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, 1983, oil on canvas, depicting the two racing cars on a corner with crowd beyond, signed lower left, with title inscribed to verso of frame, 610 x 915 mm (24 x 36 ins), framed

(1)

(1)

£200-300

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292 Motoring Reference. Motor Exhibition, Car & Boats, Olympia Official Catalogue, Oct 15-24, 1931, black & white adverts, original printed wrappers (spotted), 8vo, together with The Commercial Motor Show Earls Court Catalogue, Sept 26-Oct 4, 1952, and The International Motor Exhibition, Earls Court Official Catalogue for Oct 21-Oct 31, 1953, both wirh b & w adverts, original printed wrappers, 8vo, and Pastouna (Andrew), Royal Rolls-Royce MOtor Cars, 1st edition, 1991, colour and black & white illustrations, original cloth in d.j., 4to, with Smith (Brian E.), Royal Daimlers, 1st edition, 1976, black & white illustrations, original cloth in d.j., 8vo, and Bird (Anthony & others), The Rolls-Royce Motor Car and the Bentley since 1931, 6th revised edition, 2002, black & white illustrations, original cloth in d.j., 4to, plus approximately 50 other motoring related books, mostly hard back, and approximately 30 car brochures, hand books and related, some relating to Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Jaguar cars (mostly late 20th century) (3 cartons)

295 Motor Cycling. Motor Cycling Manual. Compiled and Illustrated by the Staff of “Motor Cycling”, 1st edition, 15 thousand copies, 1911, advertisements and illustrations, original pictorial cloth, a little rubbed with stains, 8vo, together with The Book of the Raleigh. The All-Steel Bicycle, Raleigh Cycle Co., Nottingham, 1920, illustrations, original printed wrappers, a litte soiled, 8vo, plus The Motor Manual (Formerly the “Motor Cycling Manual”, 5th edition, 1903, numerous illustrations, a few spots, original boards., spines ends chipped, light soiling, 8vo, with other brochures for Francis-Barnett Motor Cycles, 1920’s etc (13)

296* Motor Racing. A small group of autograph letters, postcards, snapshots, correspondence, cuttings etc. relating to Graham Hill (1929-1975), including a signed postcard as winner of the Indianapolis 500, 1966, snapshot photographs at a Grand Prix, 1968, Christmas cards from Graham Hill and family, a few typescript letters from Graham Hill to Peter Brack, 196769, other correspondence from Betty Hill, plus an autograph letter and cuttings etc. relating to Tony Rudd (1923-2003), BRM and Lotus engineer

£200-300

293 Home (Gordon). The Motor Routes of England, Western Section, A & C Black, 1911, folding map, colour illustrations, a few minor spots, top edge gilt, original cloth gilt in bright condition, 8vo, together with The Model T Ford Car, by Victor W. Page, 1915, numerous illustrations, original blue cloth, a little rubbed, 8vo, plus Railways of To-Day. Their Evolution, Equipment and Operation, by Cecil J. Allen, 1930 colour and black and white illustrations, original red cloth gilt, d.j., spine a little rubbed and faded, 8vo, with other transport and mechanical related including J.L. Nayler’s Aviation of To-Day, c. 1933, Herbert Morris & Bastert, Empress Works, Loughborough, 1910, Chetwode Crawley’s From Telegraphy to Television, 1931, and some Castrol Grand Prix publications, 1940’s-60’s (38)

(2 packets)

£150-200

297 Dallison (Ken). The Spirit, Celebrating 75 Years of the Rolls-Royce Motor Car, Foreword by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, 1st edition, published by The Spirit Group, [1979], 24 colour lithograph plates after watercolours by Dallison, original light tan leather, minor marks, oblong folio (36 x 46.5cm) Limited edition, 579/2000, signed and numbered on half-title page. £100-150 (1)

298 Beaumont (W. Worby). Motor Vehicles and Motors, Their Design, Construction, and Working by Steam, Oil and Electricity, 2 volumes, 2nd edition revised & 1st edition, 1902-06, black and white plates and illustrations including some from photographs and some folding, occasional spotting, inner hinges near broken, original cloth gilt, a little rubbed, 4to, VG

£80-120

294 Johnson (Claude). The Early History of Motoring, 1st ed., [1927], mounted portrait frontispiece, half-tone illustrations, advertisements front and rear, a few minor spots, some silvered residue to front endpapers, original cloth-backed boards, spine darkened, some edge wear and marks, 4to, together with Useful Hints and Tips for Automobilists. From the Autocar, 3rd ed., 1908, illustrations, light toning to endpapers, original cloth, a little rubbed with light stains, 8vo, with seven others including The Motor Manual, 14th ed., 1912, Motor-Racing Drivers Past and Present (2 copies), 1956, Motor-Cucling Personalities Past and Present, 1957, Graham Hill’s Life at the Limit, 1969 and Tony Rudd. It Was Fun!, 2000 reprint, inscribed by the author (9)

£100-150

(2)

£300-400

299 The Automotor and Horseless Vehicle Journal, volume 1, numbers 4-12 bound with volume 2, numbers 13-24 bound as one, 18th January 1897 to 15th September 1898, a bound volume of 21 consecutive issues bound after title-pages and index leaves to volumes 1 and 2, black and white illustrations and diagrams, commercial adverts, lower outer corner of final leaf torn away but present, later library cloth, a little rubbed and soiled, 4to (1)

£70-100

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300* Motoring Art. Two original well executed pen and ink and watercolour drawings on paper by Griffin, 1968 & 1969, the first of a 1926 Bentley, the second of a 1928 Leyland-Thomas, both signed with surname only and dated to lower margins only, 29 x 41cm, framed and glazed as a matching pair (2)

£150-200

301* Motoring Broadside. The Starling Light Car, 6 HP Engine, 3 Speeds and Reverse, at £110, is Essentially an Agent’s Car. Get the Agency at Once... Starlings are High-Grade, [Wolverhampton, 1906], double-sided letterpress broadside on thin paper, the verso with heading ‘More money in Star Cycles than in any other make. Don’t miss a really high-grade agency’, 30.5 x 18.5cm (1)

306* Aston Martin Owners Club. An Aston Martin red & white enamelled owner’s club badge, enamels in good condition, slight oxidisation to chromium plating, 14.5cm wide, together with Jensen Owners Club badge, blue & red enamels, and chomium plating in very good condition, with a pair of David Brown Aston Martin car badges, some wear and loss to enamels, plus an AA car badge

£80-120

302 Motoring & Cycling. A quantity of books, handbooks and magazines, circa 1905 and later, including issues of The Cyclist Touring Club Gazette, Motor Catalogue 1939, etc. (2 cartons)

£70-100

303 Miscellaneous modern motoring and aviation books and magazines, together with engineering and technical books, various formats and sizes (6 shelves)

(5)

307* Motorcycle Pannier Rack. A WWII period leather pannier rack, the central section with indistinct maker’s stamp, approx. 90cm wide

£100-150

304 Motoring Ephemera. An assorted collection of motoring handbooks, pamphlets, leaflets, etc., circa 1930s and later, various formats and sizes (a carton)

(1)

£70-100

£150-200

308 Rolls Royce. A 1920s Gradient Meter by Tapley & Co Totton Southampton, with gilt metal circular dial, scale for rise and fall and Patent Nos 21517 1910 176683 1922, in a nickel plated case with fixing brackets, 7.5cm diameter

305* Car Mascot. A 1950s Guy Motors Indian head car mascot, alloy metal with traces of red paint, wearing ceremonial ‘feathers in our cap’ headdress, 11.5cm high, together with another mascot circa 1930s, formed as to Boer’s teeth united by plated bracket, 17cm wide (2)

£100-150

(1)

£70-100

309* Car Badges. A collection of badges including Rolls Royce Ltd Motor Club badge, black enamel and chrome winged badge, stamped WB to reverse, 13.5cm wide (damaged), two enamel and gilt metal badges for Real Automovil Club De Cataluna with two rear fixing posts, 10cm long, Automobile Association members badge and other items

£50-80

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Lot 313 310 Chapelon (Andre). La Locomotive a Vapeur, 1 volume bound as 3, 1st edition(?), Paris, 1938, black and white diagrams and illustrations including some linen-backed folding plates and 2loose folding diagrams and advert in pocket at rear of volume 3, all illustrations correct, modern buckram gilt, a little rubbed, 4to, together with 12 further mostly smallformat books on engines and locomotives, etc. (15)

312 Hornby Book of Trains. Issues for 1931-2, 193334 & 1934-5, all with colour and black and white illustrations, original stapled colour-printed wrappers, together with The Book of Hornby Trains and Meccano Products, [1965?], colour illustrated throughout, original colour-printed wrappers, covers detached, all oblong small folio (4)

313* Model Rail. A collection of model rail comprising 28 boxed Lima Models, including coaches and rolling stock plus two large Lima Inter City sets, 14 boxed Horny 00 gauge scale model including 5 L.M.S. Coach Full Third, LNER Class A4 Loco ‘Seagull’ and BR Class 47 Diesel ‘Mammoth’, 9 Palitoy Mainline Railways 00 Gauge boxed models including 4-6-4 Jubilee Class 6P Locomotive B.R. Green, Manor Class, Rebuilt Patriot Class etc plus various unboxed models

311* Great Western Railway. [G.W.]R. & M.R. (Joint) New Station at Cinderford, Engineers’ Office, Paddington, 1898, a series of pen and ink and watercolour technical drawings (Drawing Number 11) showing elevations, waiting room, ladies room, etc., scale 8 feet to an inch, initialled and dated lower left, some browning, creases, soiling and edge tears including loss to upper left, 69 x 95cm, framed and glazed, together with two photo litho reprints of large GWR plans, all framed and glazed (3)

£70-100

£200-300

(3 cartons)

£70-100

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Lot 314

Lot 316

314 Photograph album. A 1920s photograph album compiled by R. Maunsell, Chief Designer for London and South Western Railway, containing 103 monochrome 4.5” x 6” photographs, all captioned in ink, including Locomotives, Drummond’s Inspection Engine L.S.W.R., Tank Engine No108 after collision at Waterloo 1904, 1 killed, 6 injured, Accident to Troop Special at Gomshall S.E.& C.R., various crashes and crash sites, workshop and depot, a fascinating insight, contained in a leather album with gold block R.M. Locomotives, large 4to, lacking spine, 30.5 x 24.5cm See also lot 765 in our sale on 13 May (1)

316 Trains. An album containing 94 original black and white photographs of mostly US steam locomotives dating mainly from the 1930s, subjects including locos of the Union Pacific, Pennsylvania, Missouri Pacific and New York Central railroads along with many others, most are accompanied by detailed captions (1)

316A* Steam Engines. A collection of approximately 1,500 35mm colour slides of British steam engines and related, circa 1970, mostly uncaptioned, contained in three modern plastic slide boxes, together with two related photographic scrap and postcard albums, plus unrelated postcards and a Victorian cartes-de-visite album in poor condition, etc.

£200-300

315 Russian Railways. A pair of published volumes of railway plans, Petrograd, 1914-17, each volume with printed title in cyrillic text with vignette of a locomotive, a total of approximately 150 folding plans and tables, etc., some old damp-staining throughout, bound in contemporary portfolios, some dampstaining and wear, large oblong folio (38 x 56cm) (2)

£150-200

(a carton)

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MARITIME 317* Campaign Chest. A 19th century oak iron bound chest, the lid inscribed in black paint ‘Lord Richard Wellesley Grenadier Guards No.5’, with recessed handles (one missing), 68cm high x 88cm wide x 55.5cm deep Provenance: purchased from a West Country Auction 20 years ago, the vendor was informed at the time it was consigned from a house in Bath. (1) £300-500

318* Grace Darling. An interesting model of lifeboat ‘Grace Darling’, circa 1900, of wooden construction with oars and brass fittings, mounted on a horse drawn carriage with steps and a figure beneath, displayed in a pine and glass display case, 34cm high x 93cm wide x 37cm deep (1)

£150-200

319* H.M.S. Alexandra. A manuscript log book for H.M.S. Alexandra, compiled by Midshipman J.F.A. Blandy, 2 volumes, 1882-1886, decorative title pages to each volume, one titled 'Log of HMS Alexandra bearing the flag of Admiral Lord Alcester KCB Commanded by Captain C.F. Hotham kept by John F.A. Blandy Midshipman', the title at front of second volume 'Log of HMS Superb Captain H.F. Cleveland, from 28th Feb to 26th Mar 1886 kept by J.F.A. Blandy', how many 332 pages of neat handwritten manuscript in brown ink, illustrated by 69 carefully executed and well-detailed watercolour and pen and ink views, portraits of ships, harbour plans, etc., with some technical drawings, and 27 maps, mainly tipped-in, additional decorative title pages, contemporary matching half maroon morocco, rubbed, small folio

Lot 317

HMS Alexandra was an ironclad dreadnought battleship, launched 7 April 1875, and a flagship of the Mediterranean Fleet. She was present at the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882, under Captain Charles Hotham. Marines joined the army at Kassassin and Tel-el-Kebir, and on July 11th, she lay at the head of a fleet of 14 ships and fired the first shot at 7 am, the Egyptians having refused to surrender the forts. In 1885 the Alexandra contributed to a Naval Brigade which operated on the Nile under Captain Lord Charles Beresford and took part in the battles of Abu Klea, Metemmeh and Wad-Habeshi, and in the relief of Sir Charles Wilson. King George V served as a lieutenant aboard the Alexandra during 1887-88. She was sold in 1908. £300-500 (2)

320* Half Block. An early 20th-century shipbuilder’s half block hull, of laminated pine construction, 153cm long, together with a modern half block of ship “Argonaut”, 96cm long, plus a small steam boat in glass display case, 13cm high x 27.5cm wide x 15cm deep (3)

Lot 319

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322* Model Ship. A well-constructed wooden ship, with three fully rigged masts, fourteen guns, planked deck, white and brown hull, 71cm high x 86cm long, on a wooden stand, together with a smaller model of ship ‘Pandora’, with three fully rigged masts and sails, deck fittings including life boat, 62cm high x 85cm long, on a wooden stand (2)

£150-200

323* Model Ship. A well-made waterline model of the Royal Navy vessel HMS Jervis, circa 1950s, of wooden construction with deck fitting, rigged steel tower and guns, 55cm long presented in a glass display case, 24cm high x 67cm wide x 16cm deep HMS Jervis was a J-class destroyer named after Admiral John Jervis (1735-1823), she was launched in 1938, during her war service she earned 13 battle honours and gained the nickname “Lucky Jervis”, she was decommissioned from service in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. £100-150 (1)

324* Scale Model. A good wooden scale model of the German ship Elbe 1, 101.5cm long x 68.5cm high, housed under a wooden and glass display case Elbe 1 was built for the authorities of the waterways around Cuxhaven to replace the original Elbe 1 which was sunk in 1936. She was in service from 1943 but later deliberately sunk in Papenburg Harbour by German officers who wanted to stop her from falling in to enemy hands. After the war she was raised again but she wasn’t completed until 1948. During her service she had 50 collisions and was decommissioned in 1988. £700-1000 (1)

Lot 321

325* Scale Model. A good shipbuilders 1/100 scale model of S.S. “Vacuum Pioneer”, 79cm long, housed in a floor standing teak and glass display cabinet This model was made by the Scottish Marine Model Company for the Builders - the Grange Mouth Dockyard Company who presented the model to the Board of Directors of the Vacuum Oil Company at a dinner on 18 December 1952, at which time the ship’s hull was named. A Mrs J. Blake Middleton was a sponsor. The model resided in the Boardroom of Vacuum Oil until gifted on retirement to the Director. £300-500 (1)

326 Toudouze, Rondeleux, Ronciere, Dollfus, Tramond, & Lestonnat. Histoire de la Marine, 2nd edition published by the Societe Nationale de Enterprises de Presse, Editions Saint-Georges Paris, 1939, a hardback volume quarter-bound in mottled brown and cream boards with a red cloth spine, with the title in sliver on the spine, an authoritative work in French, profusely illustrated with monochrome photographs and full-page gravure plates, and also including many full-colour plates, with many ‘tippedin’, 15 x 11.25ins, patterned sea-green end-papers, pp xii, 610, the edges of the covers are very slightly rubbed, else an excellent, clean and sound copy, folio

Lot 322 321* Marine Chronometer. A WWII Longines marine keyless chronometer, the 8cm circular white dial with black Arabic numerals, subsidiary dial and up and down regulation, bevel edge glass in brass case with gimble, contained in a mahogany box with original paper label for the ‘Ontario Hughes-Owens Co Ltd’, Longines chronometer watch No. 6403102, dated 27/4/44, 11cm high x 15.5cm wide x 15.5cm deep (1)

£500-800

(1)

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BICYCLES, TRICYCLES & EARLY CYCLING MEMORABILIA This section will not start before 1pm Many of the bicycle and tricycle lots offered today may have had a chequered history and, with the passage of time, replacement parts and alterations may not be obvious, or their true nature easily identified. All statements made in the catalogue are given in good faith, but do not form part of the contract to purchase. Uncollected bicycles and tricycles, sold or unsold, will be removed to TCA’s Somerset warehouse on Tuesday 17th May. There will be an uplift charge of £10 per machine for the service. Multiple images of the bicycles and tricycles can be found at dominicwinter.co.uk, the-saleroom.com and invaluable.com 337* Cycling Beer Stein in the form of an Ordinary bicycle, having a cream finish and L.A.W. motif (League of American Wheelmen) to the front, it possesses a hinging pewter mounted lid, a Lithophane ‘mystery’ image in the base of the stein shows a bicycle accident when held up to the light, in sound condition, 6½ins (17cm) high (1)

342 Bicycle Catalogues & Cycling ‘All-Rounder’ Concert Souvenir Programmes. Six leaflets/booklets in good second-hand condition, as follows, New Mascot Cycles Season 1936/37, Quality Cycles by ‘Sun’, 1950, ‘St. John’ Cycles Second to None, Cycles and Motors List No. 2, pre-WWI (rust marked where staple removed and covers a bit soiled), F. Medcalf & Co., Motor, Cycle and Tyre Factors, 1932, Get Out and Have Fun With a Saxon, 1969 (fold marks), The O.K. Bicycle and the men behind it, Humphries & Dawes, Birmingham, horizontal format, 36-page (including covers) and very well illustrated (some soiling and wear), together with the first six Souvenir Programmes for the ‘All-Rounder’ Concerts and Prize Distributions (1931) and then at the Royal Albert Hall (1932 to 1936), all good copies, though with rusty staples

£50-100

338* ‘Daisy Bell’ Toothbrush Holder by William Shorter & Son, with Daisy and her beau seated on a tandem, painted in under-glaze colours, and in delightful condition, 5ins high (1)

£20-40

339* A Pair of Cream Glass Vases with tulip rims and button feet, the bodies with over glaze handpainted depictions of a lady and a gentleman riding their bicycles, against a wet-meadow scene, a small older chip to one lip, otherwise in good fettle, 14½ins (37cm) high (2)

(12)

343 Paris Lightweight Cycles & other Lightweight Bicycle Brochures, comprising, Paris Galibier Model, Paris Lightweights, including ‘Tour de France’ and ‘Rensch’ models, B.S.A. Bicycles, September 1936 (front cover detached), Claud Butler, 1951 & 1967 (both good), together with a ring-bound photocopy of an earlier, 32-page Claud Butler (‘Maker of High-Class Lightweight Racing & Touring Cycles, Tandems & Tricycles’) catalogue, a multi-fold coloured leaflet “Ride a Phillips, The World’s Most Modern Bicycle” (good); and a horizontal format 20-page including the covers catalogue for the A1, Castle and Phillips Liberty Cycle, all soiled and rather worn, but still very usable, also a copy of a 56-page brochure for B.S.A. Cycle Fittings, Season 1924

£100-150

340* A single strike Bell, with a crow’s foot bracket with double securing screws, suitable for either an Ordinary or Safety Bicycle (1)

£150-200

341 Rudge-Whitworth & Coventry Eagle Cycles. Two Rudge-Whitworth catalogues, comprising a vertical format 24 pp. plus covers 1930 bicycle catalogue (staples rusty and some soiling/wear, but generally good) with a Lady’s Crescent Sports leaflet loosely inserted, and a four-fold reproduction of the 1939 Super-Sports ‘True-Poise’ Bicycles booklet, together with a horizontal format 16 pp. plus covers catalogue for Coventry-Eagles Cycles, 1949 (some wear/staining but generally sound), and a folded leaflet for Holdsworth Hand-built Perfection, 1967 (4)

£80-120

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£80-120

£80-120

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344* Fantasy Tricycle Model by R. Webb. A striking one-off multimedia sculptural model in the style of one of Rowland Emmett’s marvellous fantastical machines, signed by the artist on the rear of the base, the model depicts a top-hatted moustachioed Victorian gentleman seated on a large wheeled tricycle, crafted out of metal, plaster and wood, the base measures 11 x 8ins (28 x 20cm) (1)

347 Macfarlane (J.). A Trade Causerie (From the Irish Wheelman & Irish Cyclist), 1902-1905, another volume with the same title (From The Scottish Cyclist), 19051908, and a third volume entitled ‘A Commercial Commentary (from The Cycle and Motor Trades’ Review), 1908-1911, each small quarto volume bound in dark blue buckram (corners/extremities rubbed and marked), with gilt lettering to the spine to the first two, but a large part of the spine lacking on the third volume, each volume contains about 500 pages of extracts from the journals mentioned, with letters to the compiler tipped-in to each of the volumes, together with other period extracts pasted in at the rear of The Scottish Cyclist volume, one including a photograph of James Macfarlane, pages browned with age in each volume, but otherwise quite sound, and an altogether fascinating compendium, also included are issues of ‘The Boneshaker’, 1993/1996, and two large photographs of a cycling picnic and a racing team (HCC) of five riders with their bicycles on a cinder track

£150-180

345* A Stadium Watch Holder made for mounting to handlebars, brass and nickel-plated, with screws holding the watch in place, the watch with a good white dial, the winding crown and ring accessible for adjustment, in working order (1)

£250-350

(a quantity)

£120-160

348 Hercules. Four brochures for the years, 1936, 1940, 1957 and 1958, also The Humber brochure for 1956 and Royal Enfield for 1960 (?) (6)

£20-40

349* Signa Reflector by Lucas, unused old stock, with its original delivery box, also, a Starlite battery rear lamp with its delivery box, together with a P & H ‘Redbeam’ reflector box only (3)

£40-80

350* Trade Bicycle Plate. A hand-painted double-sided ‘U.K. Tea Co Groceries & Provisions’, surface a little scratched, but in good, decorative condition, 26 x 11ins (1)

£80-120

351* Trade Bicycle Plate. A hand-painted doublesided ‘John Best - High Class Butchers’, surface a little rubbed but in good, decorative condition, 23 x 9ins (1)

352* Raleigh - The All Steel Bicycle. A three-colour single-sided enamel sign by Sells of London, some chipping to the edges, but the body good, 24 x 36ins

346* A circa 1882 Joseph Lucas & Son ‘Hub Lamp’, in good, original condition, albeit with some surface rusting, the lamp retains its original oil reservoir, wick holder and threaded filling cap, this third model ‘Divided Style’ lamp is the first to have a near-side sliding window for lighting, threaded centralising antennae and hub tightening bolts, all of the glasses are in good fettle (1)

£80-120

(1)

£180-220

353* Dunlop Cycle Tyres, ‘In Stock Here’ two-colour double-sided enamel wall sign, unfortunately with an end missing, otherwise in good fettle, 22 x 14ins (1)

£80-120

354* C.T.C. ‘Approved Establishment Sign’, twocolour single-sided enamel, some repaired damage, but sound, 16 x 16ins

£800-1000

(1)

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355* Swift Cycles. A two colour single-sided advertising sign, circa 1910, with E. Pope of Downham Market as agent, in fair condition, with just a little damage around the edges, the upper mounting holes pulled through, but the body good, some overpainting, 48 x 23ins

360 Catalogues. Comprising those for H. Fitzpatrick 1912, Currys 1927, Halford 1929, Kirmer of 1935, Churchmans Ltd of 1937, Fred Medcalf of 1950, together with a history of Halford 1907-1982, all in good, clean condition (7)

This sign was part of the A T Johnson museum in Downham Market until its disposal sale in the 1980s. (1) £200-300

361 Raleigh. Four brochures and promotional booklets dated 1936, 1937 (2) and the 1950s, together with a 1951 Raleigh handbook, all in fair condition

356* Wheel Builder. A bench mounted Whaley Mfg. Co., USA, hub grip with adjustable arms via a threaded bar (1)

(5)

£50-100

358* Daisy Bell. A pitcher by Crown Devon (Shorter & Son), having a moulded depiction of a tandem and riders, hand-finished in bright colours, with transfer under-glaze words to the song, Daisy Bell, 7ins high (1)

£60-90

(3)

£80-120

363 Sharp (Archibald). Bicycles and Tricycles: An Elementary Treatise on Their Design and Construction, with Examples and Tables (and) With Numerous Illustrations, 1st edition, octavo, pp xviii, 536 plus 32page publisher’s catalogue at the rear, Published by Longmans, Green, & Co., London, 1896, the green cloth covers, with gilt lettering to the spine, are a little rubbed and marked, scattered foxing throughout and several pages loose, but apparently complete, rear hinge cracked, and a little weak internally, together with Wallis-Tayler (A. J.), Modern Cycles: A Practical Handbook on Their Construction & Repair. With over 300 Illustrations. 1st edition, octavo, pp xvi, 340, plus advertisements and two publisher’s catalogues at the rear, published by Crosby Lockwood and Son, London, 1897, maroon cloth with gilt lettering/decoration rubbed, some weakness internally, but generally sound, together with Pemberton (A. C., et al), The Complete Cyclist (Isthmian Library, No. 2). With text figures, blackand-white plates and many silhouette illustrations. 1st edition, octavo, pp 400 plus 8pp publisher’s catalogue at the rear, published by A. D. Innes & Co, 1897. Green cloth with gilt decoration rubbed, some weakness internally, occasional foxing/soiling, but generally sound. Ex-libris Stanford’s Recreation association, with bookplate on front paste-down end-paper

359* Cyclist Mantle Clock. A late Victorian timepiece with a French pendulum movement in a white alabaster decorative case, standing on an ellipseshaped dais beneath a clear-glass shade (not illustrated), the gilt spelter figure of a standing cyclist holds a nicely-crafted Safety Bicycle, total height 17ins (1)

£30-60

362 Albemarle (The Earl of & Hillier, G. Lacy). The Badminton Library, 5th edition, Thoroughly Revised, with Numerous illustrations by The Earl Albemarle, Joseph Pennell, S. T. Dadd and George Moore, Standard Badminton Library brown cloth decorated binding, octavo, pp. xviii, 400, published by Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1896, the cloth covers a little rubbed, with some fading to the spine, slightly weak internally, scattered foxing throughout, but generally sound, together with Pennell (Joseph & Elizabeth Robins), Our Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy. A New Edition With Appendix, limp blue cloth with black lettering/decoration, pp. 256, with numerous engraved illustrations by Pennell, published by T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1893, the covers a little rubbed/marked, end-papers soiled, occasional light foxing internally, but generally sound, also Bartleet (H. W.), Bartleet’s Bicycle Book, Octavo, pp. 187, with illustrations in the text and plus 64 pages of monochrome plates, published by Ed. J. Burrow & Co., Ltd., London, 1931, the plum-coloured cloth covers are very dull and marked, but clean and sound internally

£40-80

357* A Milton combination acetylene gas and oilpowered lamp of the 1910 period, a ‘get you home’ device lest a rider experienced a defect in the flow of gas to the lamps burner! Manufactured in Germany by Windmüller, and retailed by Brown Brothers (1)

£80-120

£200-400

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365 The George Moore Collection: A complete set of the six volumes illustrating and documenting the history of bicycling during the period 1885 to 1914, each volume is numbered and a limited edition of 1000 copies and all are small folio volumes in dust jackets, with 104 pages to each volume albeit volume 1 is un-paginated, published by Beekay Products, London, over the period 1979 to 1985, all are in good condition, with some tears and soiling to the dustwrappers, each 12 x 8½ins Moore was an outstanding artist from the period and his drawings of bicycle development are particularly valuable for their accuracy and style. £60-90 (6)

366 Patterson (Frank). The Patterson Book: 150 Line Drawings, 1st edition paperback, Temple Press, Summer, 1948, covers worn, pages browning with age, otherwise clean and sound; The Second Patterson Book, First Edition hardback in board covers, Temple Press, November 1952, lacks the dust-jacket, vertical tear to the half-title, the first and last few leaves foxed, but otherwise sound, a very good copy of The Patterson School of Etching, a 16-page cord-tied illustrated pamphlet with brown card covers, together with its original dispatch envelope, and a box and lid, measuring approximately 18 x 15 x 1ins, and containing 20 copies of a large format Patterson print entitled ‘The Record Man’ from a print run limited to 250 copies, a large quantity of a smaller format Patterson print with the title “Good Luck!”, a small selection of other Patterson prints, and other miscellaneous colour prints, mainly of hobby horse subjects (with duplicates)

364 J.F.B. - The Velocipède, Its Past, Its Present & Its Future. Sub-titled ‘How to Ride a Velocipède’ ‘Straddle a Saddle, then Paddle and Skedaddle’, with 25 engraved illustrations, small octavo, royal blue cloth binding with lettering in gold to the front cover and spine, brown end-papers, pp (vi), 105, plus the illustrations, 1st edition, published by Simpkin, Marshall & Co., London, 1869, cloth a little marked and rubbed, some scattered foxing internally, ink signature to front free end-paper, otherwise a generally clean and sound copy of a scarce volume (1)

(a quantity)

£200-400

£30-50

367* Tom S. Rickman. A photograph of the competition rider surrounded by his trophies and winnings in 1898, also, The Flora Thompson Centenary Ride poster, a Fry’s Chocolate poster and colour cartoons by Heims, all framed and glazed (4)

£40-80

368* Two Pacing Photographs (reproduction) illustrating J. Platt-Betts riding a cross-frame Raleigh behind a circa 1900 pacing tandem, the other being the Dunlop Pacing Team, taken at Crystal Palace in 1898, both 14 x 18ins, framed and glazed (2)

£40-80

369 An 1911 Lucas Ltd., illustrated catalogue, issued in November 1910, the contents include lamps, tools, bells, pumps, oilers, etc., paper loss to the front fore-edge (1)

£30-60

370 An 1907 Lucas Ltd., illustrated catalogue, issued in November 1906, bound in a figured card cover, 46 pp. and includes lamps, tools, bells, pumps, oilers, etc. (1)

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374* An ‘Aceta’ acetylene-gas-powered bicycle lamp by Joseph Lucas, in very good condition with its original nickel-plating, dated 1922, it comes with all component parts insitu

371 An 1900 Lucas Ltd., illustrated wholesale catalogue, issued in December 1899, bound in a green buckram book, and includes lamps, tools, bells, pumps, oilers, etc., gilt tooling to the cover, the first two pages are copies, but fundamentally sound (1)

(1)

£100-150

£50-100

375* A ‘Colonia’ acetylene-gas-powered bicycle lamp by Joseph Lucas, dated 1917, in excellent original condition, it comes with all components, to include damper plates, burner, and water control valve

372 An 1897 Lucas & Son fully illustrated wholesale catalogue, issued in December 1896, two catalogues in a red buckram bound book: ‘Cyclalities’, to include lamps, tools, bells, pumps, oilers, etc., together with a Lucas catalogue of ‘Cycle Parts’, fixtures and fittings, to include logs, chain, chain wheels, gear cases, handlebars grips and the like, also bound-in is a ‘Lowest Fixed Retail Price’ booklet, gilt tooling to the cover and a little soiled, but fundamentally sound (1)

(1)

£100-150

376* A ‘Silver King’ oil-powered bicycle lamp by Joseph Lucas, dating from the 1920s, the lamp has been correctly re-plated in self-levelling nickel-plate, and is complete with all components insitu (1)

£80-120

£100-150

377 Two Accessories Catalogues, James Grose for 1937 and a MAC for 1934/35, AF

373* A ‘Lustra’ acetylene-gas-powered bicycle lamp by Joseph Lucas, in good condition with its original nickel-plating, dated 1922, and with all component parts, including its burner (1)

(2)

£20-40

378 Motorcycle & Cycle Trader. Two interesting copies, together with brochures for Leathries, Avon, Runwell, Stadium, Midland, Bluemels, and Brown Brothers, fair condition

£100-150

(a quantity)

£40-60

379 Cycle Tyres. A section of catalogues for Dunlop, Constrictor, Dayton Cycles, Hutchinson Tyres, Palmer Tyres, Kynoch Cycles, Sturmey Archer, Avon, and Lucas publications, fair condition (a quantity)

£40-60

380 Raleigh. Promotional brochures for 1933, 1935, 1936 and 1937, a rare Cantilever Brake catalogue, together with brochures for Triumph, Dunlop, Progressive, Coventry Eagle, and Carrier Cycles, all in fair condition (a quantity)

£40-80

Lot 374

381* Eight quarter-plate Negatives depicting cycling scenes, dating circa 1893, and all in excellent condition, several of the plates are wrapped in their original tissue and titles have been written on them, the example illustrated entitled, ‘Cycling Group at Hall 1893’, all of the images have been printed to aid viewing

Lot 376

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382* Reflectors. A large box of new and unused, clear, amber and red reflectors (1)

391 Raleigh. A collection of bicycle brochures and advertising material, to include: ‘Hints and Tips for Riders’, 1928 Spare Parts booklet, 1925 catalogue, Raleigh, Rudge & Humber Parts List, Raleigh Moulton III and other documents

£40-80

383 George Moore Collection. A set of the five volumes illustrating and documenting the history of bicycling during the period 1885 to 1890, each numbered volume being a limited edition of 1000 copies, volume 1 is unpaginated, published by Beekay Products, London, over the period 1979 to 1985, all are in excellent condition, with delivery boxes, also offered are three further editions of volume one, all are small folio volumes, 12 x 8.5ins with dust jackets, circa 104 pp. to each

(a quantity)

£40-80

Moore was an outstanding artist from the period and his drawings of bicycle development are particularly valuable for their accuracy and style. (8) £80-120

384* Advertising Material for counter top and window use, all unused and featuring Raleigh, Sun, Reynolds 531 Tubing, Hopper Cycles, Robin Hood, Humber, Triumph and Coventry-Eagle, all in good, clean condition and stored in a wicker basket (a quantity)

392* Hercules-Southall. An original ellipse-shaped advertising card for the, ‘Frank Southall designed Hercules bicycle’, dating from the 1950s, when Frank Southall was Hercules manager, in a glass frame, 12 x 10ins, (30 x 26cm), also, C.T.C. York Cycle Show & Rally lapel badges, housed in a plastic folder, together with a New Departure receipt and Petros Motor & Cycle handbill

£80-120

385 Frank Patterson. ‘The Early Years’, a hardbound book by Janet Willis, 1996, together with ‘The Cycling Artist’, CTC, 1st edition, 1982, both with dust jackets (2)

£40-80

386 Brown Brothers Catalogues for 1921 and 1962, E. Barrus Ltd 1930, Sturmey Archer gears brochures, Merriman & Howard Ltd., Cycle & Moped catalogue, etc. (a quantity)

(a quantity)

393* 1898 Calendar. A decorative calendar, comprising four sections, with lithographic cycling scenes in colour, mounted framed and glazed, 10 x 8ins

£40-80

(4)

387 Trade Catalogues. Warden & Inglis 1903, Wolverhampton Cycles & Cycling, Robey & Co., Lincoln, B.S.A. handbills, Jeep Spares, The Wolverhampton Industries booklet, etc. (a quantity)

£40-80

(a carton)

£40-80

(a quantity)

£50-100

396* Three Saddles, to include two Middlemores and a Wrights W3N

£40-80

(3)

390 New Hudson. Two brochures with good images, Fentons of York juvenile sidecars and lightweight specialists, four Philips brochures and handbills for Eddy Merckx (a quantity)

£80-120

395* Workshop Tools, including fork spreaders, pin removers, thread rolling machines, cycle thread dies, named small spanners (Swift, Cyclo, B.S.A., Humber, etc.), other spanners, and more

389 Vindec. Three brochures 1950s and 1935, together with similar literature for Carlton, Royal Enfield, Chase, 1931 Merlin Lightweights, Waverley, Falcon, B.S.A. & Sun, also, a 1911 Bluemels catalogue and an assortment of old business cards (a quantity)

£40-80

394* Bicycle Spares. A box containing unused old stock of rear hub toggle chains, brake blocks, Weco child’s bicycle pedals (2), Reynolds chain, long and short pneumatic pump hoses, triangular pedals, calliper brake parts, and seven boxes of 2.5-volt bicycle lamp bulbs, a good lot

388 Coventry Eagle. Several brochures from various periods with unused window display transfers, also brochures for Rudge-Whitworth, to include an example dated 1900, Hercules and other literature (a quantity)

£40-80

£40-80

397* Three Saddles, to include a child’s Dunlop, and two narrow section types (3)

£40-80

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398* Three Saddles, to include a Safety Bicycle type, a Dunlop and another (3)

409* A matched pair of Joseph Lucas ‘Silver King’ oil-powered lamps, each dating from the late 1930s, both in apparently working condition, also a rare circa 1905 ‘King of the Road’ oil lamp created in the style of the more common ‘Silver King’, but of cheaper steel construction

£40-80

399* A J Lucas Ltd., ‘Favorite’ rear rack for a bicycle, circa 1910, together with another similar period rack, both with mounting brackets (2)

(3)

£50-100

£40-80

400* A Joseph Lucas ‘Calcia Cadet’ acetylene gas lamp, dated 1931, retaining its original nickel-plating and fittings

410* Three acetylene gas lamps, one each by Powell and Hanmer and Lucas, together with a 1930s GPO red-enamelled lamp by Miller, each looking serviceable

(1)

(3)

£40-60

401* Three acetylene gas lamps in the torpedo style, named ‘Peugeot’, ‘Vulture’ and ‘Orion’, various conditions (3)

411* A Lucas ‘260N’ acetylene gas lamp dated 1920, and a pre-WWI Acetyphote acetylene gas lamp in need of refurbishment, together with a pair of Joseph Lucas ‘Calcia Club’ acetylene gas lamps, one dated 1925, the other 1933, both retaining their original nickel-plating

£40-60

402* Two candle-powered bicycle lamps, of French manufacture, with coloured side glasses and sprung rear brackets (2)

£40-80

(4)

£50-100

£40-80

403* Four small acetylene gas lamps, two versions of Lucas’ ‘Calcia Cadet’ and two H. Miller & Co. lamps dating from the 1930s, various conditions (4)

£50-100

404* Three Joseph Lucas manufactured oilpowered lamps, and another by Powell and Hanmer, all of steel construction (4)

£40-80

405* Three acetylene gas lamps by Lucas, a ‘Calcia Major’, and two versions of the pre-WWI ‘Aceta Major’, also, a Powell and Hanmer ‘Revenge’, various conditions (4)

£40-80

406* A Joseph Lucas ‘Calcia Major’ acetylene gas lamp dated 1929, retaining its original black enamel finish, together with a circa 1910 H. Miller & Co., ‘Regalite’ acetylene gas lamp (2)

407* Four oil-powered lamps, construction, in useable condition (4)

£40-80

of

steel £40-80

412* A Lucas Candle-Powered ‘Candle’ Lamp, dating circa 1908, a third pattern lamp in excellent, almost unused, condition, with its original nickelplating and fittings

408* A circa 1914 ‘Warna’ oil-powered rear lamp and three other Lucas-manufactured front oil lamps, all of steel construction (4)

£40-80

(1)

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418* A bicycle building stand, floor standing with adjustable clamp and tray (1)

£100-150

419* Two Robertson of Kirkcaldy solid cast showroom bicycle stands (2)

£80-120

420* Five solid cast iron showroom bicycle stands, with lion paw feet (5)

£80-120

421* Two bicycle showroom stands, both raised models, with removable stands (1)

£80-120

422* An Albert Farnell of Bradford bicycle stand, together with a pair of deep-drop handlebars fitted to a pair of bicycle forks (2)

£50-100

423* The Willbro of Norwich patented showroom bicycle holder (1)

£100-150

424* A wheel building stand, bench mounted (1)

425* Michelin. A double-sided wall mounted transferprinted aluminium sign, 4-colours in good condition, together with a blue triangle-shaped Michelin sign and a triangular ‘Bicycle Lane’ street sign

413* An Oil-Powered Hub Lamp. A facsimile lamp manufactured to a particularly high standard about thirty years ago, made in the Lucas ‘Divided Style’ of circa 1884 with a single sprung clip at the base, but with the earlier pick-wick wick holder, and no slot for a winding mechanism, incorporated are two red side glasses, a circular rear glass, and a bevelled edge 3inch front glass, all in perfect condition, in full working order, it is finished in a matt black enamel, and an outof-period oval badge is fitted to the front (1)

£50-100

(3)

£80-120

£800-1200

414* A Lucas Ltd., ‘Silver King’ oil-powered bicycle lamp, dated 1929, an unused lamp, being complete and possessing its original nickel-plating, albeit in need of careful cleaning (1)

£40-60

415* Bicycle Headstock Badges. A collection of 20 English and French badges, various conditions, mounted on a blue felt-covered board, AF (20)

426* Centaur Cycles. A two-colour enamel advertising sign in a horizontal shield shape, some minor chipping to the edges and a larger chip to the left side, 24 x 18ins (61 x 46cm)

£140-180

416* Singer. A cast iron wall sign, ‘The Singer Mfg. Co. Ltd. - 1948’, with mounting holes, 42ins (106cm) long

(1)

£200-400

417* A wheel building stand, bench mounted, with tray

427* The Starling Car & Star Cycle Co, reproduction advertising print, framed and glazed, also, Gendron Bicycles, a reproduction landscape poster, framed and glazed, 24 x 18ins

(1)

(2)

(1)

£30-60

£50-100

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435* Club Photographs. The first of The Stonebridge Hotel, which hosted many cycling clubs in the Midlands, the hotel being centrally-positioned by the Stonebridge roundabout today, just off of the A45 before the junction for the M42, 8 x 11ins, also, a photograph of the ‘Kingston Rovers Cycling Club 1898’, 12 x 14ins, and a photograph of lady cyclists and friends outside a country house, 6 x 8ins, all framed and glazed

428* Raleigh. An illuminated hanging sign, with green, grey and white glass, in a lozenge-shaped steel case, undamaged, and working at the time of cataloguing, 30ins (79cm) wide (1)

(3)

436* Club Photographs. The Weavers Cycling Club outside their headquarters, The Safe Harbour Inn, Dorkin Street, Ipswich, which closed in 1938, 8 x 12ins, a group of cyclists photographed by a London photographer circa 1892 with Ordinaries and pneumatic-tyred Safety Bicycles, and a large group of cyclists seated on banking by an unknown historic monument, 10 x 12ins, all framed and glazed

£150-250

429* Rudge. An illuminated hanging sign, with red, grey and white glass, in a lozenge-shaped steel case, undamaged, and working at the time of cataloguing, 30ins (79cm) wide (1)

£150-250

(3)

430* Get Your Pleasure out of Dawes. A hanging clear plastic sign with illuminated wording, in good working condition, 36 x 12ins (92 x 30cm) (1)

£50-100

437* Lea Francis. A rare rear-mounted Luggage Rack, manufactured in cast aluminium specifically for Lea Francis bicycles, inscribed ‘The Elite’, Rd 542764 (c1905), with its frame mounting grips and correctly fitted Lea Francis patented rear reflector in the hole provided, lower supports missing, 12 x 5ins

£150-250

431* Boulanger, Graciela Rodo. ‘Girls at Large’, a lithographic colour print depicting three women on bicycles, in the stylized renderings that this Bolivian artist is famous for, 23 x 23ins (58 x 58cm), framed and glazed (1)

£50-100

(1)

£100-140

£80-120

432* Boulanger, Graciela Rodo. ‘Boys at Large’, a lithographic colour print depicting five boys on bicycles, in the stylized renderings that this Bolivian artist is famous for, 23 x 23ins (58 x 58cm), framed and glazed (1)

£80-120

433* RPF Cycles St Etienne. A printed card advertising poster promoting a tourist route, 23 x 19ins (60 x 48cm), the top edge trimmed, also, Brampton Derailleur Chain, point of sale freestanding display card, 13 x 16ins (33 x 39cm), both in fair condition (2)

438* Lea Francis. A very rare handlebar mounted Bundle Carrier, manufactured in cast aluminium specifically for Lea Francis bicycles, inscribed ‘The Elite’ and ‘R.H.Lea Reg No 579748’ of circa 1908 beneath, with its handlebar mounting grip

£50-100

434* C.T.C. Membership Cards. A set of 21 certificate of membership cards dating from 1946 to 1973 confirming A.S. Poynton as a member, all framed and glazed, some later years missing, also, a selection of other CTC material, to include programmes, flags, felt badges, handbooks and more membership cards (a quantity)

(1)

£120-160

439* Eadie Coaster Hub, together with a Trivelox rear hub, a Sturmey Archer combination dynamo and three-speed hub, a B.S.A. three speed hub, another Sturmey Archer hub, together with a tray of unused and boxed Sturmey Archer fittings and controls

£40-80

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440* ‘Silver King’. Five examples of the Joseph Lucas-manufactured lamps, various conditions, various periods (5)

A COLLECTION OF FRANK PATTERSON DRAWINGS A collection of pen and ink drawings by Frank PATTERSON (1871-1952), all except the last unframed, and all except the first in a vertical format. All are inscribed with the title and signed and dated by the artist other than when indicated. All but the first four appear to have been intended as full-page illustrations in either 'Cycling' or 'The Motor'. The last lot in the collection is the only one framed and glazed. Most have pencil annotations in the margins regarding the measurements to be used by the printing department on publication, which would be hidden if the works were suitably mounted and framed.

£80-120

441* ‘Eddystone’. An oil-powered safety bicycle lamp by Powell and Hanmer, with red side glasses and a double convex front glass, all in good condition and showing signs of its original black enamel finish (1)

£80-120

442* ‘The Empress’. An oil-powered safety bicycle lamp by Powell and Hanmer, with red side glasses and a bevelled edge front glass, all in good condition and showing signs of its original black enamel finish (1)

£60-90

450* Calbourne. I.O.W. An attractive winter snow scene, with a bicycle resting against a bank on the left, horizontal format, signed bottom right, sheet size 7¼ x 12½ins (18 x 31cm), image size 5¾ x 11ins (14 x 27½cm), good condition

443* ‘The Cyclight’. An oil-powered safety bicycle lamp by H. Miller & Co., with circular red side glasses and a bevelled edge front glass, all in good condition and painted a matt black finish (1)

£80-120

The Cycling Editorial ink stamp on the reverse includes a date of 4th March 1940. (1) £30-50

444* ‘The Reliance’. An oil-powered safety bicycle lamp manufactured by H. Miller & Co., for Samuel Snell circa 1890, having red side glasses and a bevelled edge front glass, all in good condition and painted a matt black finish (1)

451* Hockley Church, Essex. Signed bottom centre, undated, but probably late 1930s. sheet size 12¾ x 5½ins (32 x 14cm), image size 8¼ x 5¼ins (20½ x 13cm), Cycling Editorial ink stamp on the reverse, the drawing is illustrated in the book ‘Memories of Frank Patterson’, good condition

£120-160

445* ‘The Planet’. A circa 1892 oil-powered safety bicycle lamp by J. Lucas & Sons, with circular red side glasses and a bevelled edge front glass, all in good condition and painted a matt black finish

(1)

£20-30

446* ‘Miniature’. An oil-powered safety bicycle lamp by H. Miller & Co., with circular red side glasses and a bevelled edge front glass, the latter cracked, otherwise in good condition, painted a matt black finish

452* The Thousand-Year-Old Oak at Yeldham, Essex, signed with initials and dated 1931, the scene is dominated by the image of the oak, whilst a bicycle rests against a nearby signpost, sheet size 12½ x 10½ins (31½ x 26¼cm), image size 9 x 6¼ins (22½ x 15½cm), some marginal soiling, the image also being slightly affected

(1)

(1)

(1)

£120-160

£120-160

447* Three Oil Lamps in useable condition, with nickel-plated and black enamel finish (3)

453* Danbury Essex. A winter evening scene, showing a cyclist pedalling towards the viewer, his bicycle light illuminating the foreground, signed bottom right, sheet size 12 12 x 10ins (31½ x 25cm), image size 10½ x 6¾ inches (26¼ x 17cm), Cycling Editorial ink stamp and other markings on the reverse indicate that the image was drawn in 1939, the drawing is illustrated on page 91 of ‘The Patterson Book’, published in 1948, some marginal soiling, but the image itself is in good condition

£40-60

448* Two Candle-Powered Bicycle Lamps, one being a third pattern Lucas example of circa 1905, the other a Powell and Hanmer ‘Aerolite’ of 1910 (2)

£80-120

449* Three Oil Lamps. A small French example with nickel-plated parts and black enamel finish, and two others (3)

£30-50

See illustration on Contents page of this catalogue. (1) £30-50

£40-60

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454* Lion Rock, Dovedale, Aber Valley, Barton Broad, and The coast road, Charmouth, four images set out in a vertical crucifix format, annotated in pencil N, W, E & S in the blank portions on the sheet, and with each image inscribed with its location, there is a silhouette of a bicycle leaning against a post in the centre, beneath which is the artist’s signature and the date 1934, sheet size 14¾ x 12½ins (37 x 31cm), image size 13¾ x 9¾ins (34½ x 24½cm), the sheet somewhat dust-marked, especially so along the righthand margin

459* Touring in Kirkcudbrightshire. Depicting five scenes: The Murder Hole, Loch Neldricken; On the Cree; near Dalry; Gatehouse on Fleet (with a cyclist on the left, standing by his bicycle); and Roman Bridge on the Minnoch, signed and dated 1933 bottom centre, below the main title, there is a horizontal panel at the top, inscribed ‘CYCLING’, with each letter tinted in blue pencil, Sheet and image size 16¾ x 12ins (42 x 31cm), there is a small, but noticeable, dent in the last-named image, and the sheet margins are rather dust-marked

(1)

(1)

£30-50

£100-150

455* Seen from the Saddle in far Wigtownshire, depicting five scenes: Whithorn Priory (with a cyclist in the entrance archway); Dunskey Castle; all that remains of Cruggleton Castle; Castle Kennedy; and at Portpatrick, signed and dated 1932 top right, alongside the main title, ink stamps etcetera on the reverse, sheet and image size 17½ x 12½ins (44 x 31cm), soiled and creased margins, but the drawings within the ink borders are reasonably unscathed (1)

£120-180

456* Take Your Choice. Depicting five scenes, three of which include motorcars: Glen Shee and the Grampians; Aberdovey; The Honister Pass; Mount Errigal, County Donegal; and Hartland, Devon, inscribed with the main title (and points of the compass) top right, signed and dated 1937 bottom centre, and annotated in pencil ‘Favourite Touring Haunts’ in the top margin and ‘Motor Thursday’ in the bottom margin, sheet and image size 17¾ x 12½ins (44½ x 31cm), some marginal soiling, with the image somewhat affected, so would benefit from a clean (1)

£80-120

457* Landmarks. Depicting twelve windmills in eleven images, Drawn for ‘The Motor’, and inscribed with the main title and signed and dated 1937 in the centre, the windmills, each separately identified, are: Rolvenden, Kent; Shiremark Mill, Capel; Ockley, Surrey; Frittenden, Kent; Halnaker, Sussex, before restoration; Hutley, Ashdown Forest; Clayton Mills, Sussex; Ripple Mill, Ringwold; Blackboys, near Lewes; on Wray Common, Reigate; and Kennington, Kent, sheet and image size 16¾ x 12ins (42 x 30cm), the margins are dusty, but otherwise in good condition (1)

460* Sanctuary. An idyllic country scene, depicting a pipe-smoking cyclist resting by a stream and contemplating the beauty of the landscape, signed and dated 1936 bottom left below the main title, which is followed by a six-line commentary, beginning: ‘How good sometimes to leave for a while even the by-lanes, and wander where no sound of modern progress penetrates....’, the single word ‘CYCLING’ is in a panel at the top of the image, each letter tinted in blue pencil, so this is likely to have been a front cover design, sheet and image size 17¼ x 12½ins (43 x 31cm), the margins are dust-marked, and there is some light soiling around the middle of the sheet, but such an evocative image would benefit greatly from careful cleaning

£120-180

458* Royal Palaces. Depicting (each in a horizontal format): Windsor Castle; Balmoral; on the Estate of Sandringham; and Buckingham Palace. signed and dated 1937 bottom centre, a drawing for ‘The Motor’, sheet and image size 17¼ x 12½ins (43 x 31cm), the margins dust-marked, with particularly heavy soiling down the right-hand two-inch width of the sheet, so cleaning is advisable (1)

(1)

£50-100

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461* Wye Glory. Drawn for ‘The Motor’ and comprising five images (two of which include cars): The ancient Rhydspence Inn near Hay (the main title is below this drawing); The Wye at Llandogo; Tintern Abbey; Goodrich Castle; and Chepstow Castle, signed and dated 1936 bottom centre, sheet and image size 17¾ x 12½ins (44½ x 31cm), margins dust-marked (1)

465* The Wild on the only possible vehicle. The title is in the centre, beneath a silhouette of a mounted cyclist studying a map. Five images in Scotland: The Trossachs, Ben Venue; Ben Cruachan; in the Hebrides; Glen Isla; and Glen Etive, cyclists feature in the second and fifth images, signed bottom left, undated, but almost certainly 1930s, sheet size 20 x 12½ins (50 x 31cm), image size 17 x 12½ins (42½ x 31cm), dust-marked on the right-hand side, but in good condition otherwise

£100-150

462* Take your Choice of Happiness! Four images of country scenes, untitled, but apparently from the North-West, North-East, South-West and South-East of Britain, signed and dated 1937 bottom right, a panel at the top of the sheet is headed “Cycling Grand Easter Number”, the first and third words being pasted on, and the sheet is divided into four by dotted lines North to South and East to West (the sheet marked accordingly), with a striking image of a bicycle in the centre, tinted in blue, and seeming to be hanging down by its rear wheel, there is an ink stamp on the reverse of the sheet dated 10th March 1937, sheet and image size 19 x 13½ins (47½ x 34cm), the sheet margins are dust-marked, but the actual images are relatively unscathed (1)

(1)

466* The Isle of Wight. The title panel is pasted onto the sheet halfway down the right-hand side. Featuring seven images: on St. Catherine’s Down; Afton Down; St. Boniface Down (including a car); Luccombe Bay; The Needles, Alum Bay; The harbour, Fishbourne; and The Keep, Carisbrooke, signed and dated 1940 bottom centre, and ink stamps from “The Motor” on the reverse indicate a date of 14th May 1940. Sheet size 20 x 12½ins (50 x 51cm), image size 18 x 12½ins (45 x 31cm), the margins are dusty and there is a stain measuring about 2 x 2ins (5 x 5cm) bottom centre, so in need of a clean (1)

467* More Berkshire “Bits”. Incorporating six images: Donnington; Ruined Walls of Reading; Bray; Abingdon Bridge; North Hinksey; and The Great Tithe Barn at Great Coxwell, the first image features a cyclist and the last has a detailed drawing of a bicycle in the sky area above the barn, signed below the title, top left, undated, but almost certainly 1930s, sheet size 23½ x 13¼ins (59 x 33cm), image size 20½ x 12ins (51 x 30½cm), the margins are dust-marked, and there is a short vertical tear in the lower edge of the sheet between the words ‘Great’ and ‘Tithe’, penetrating about¾ of an inch (2cm) into the image (1)

£100-150

£50-100

468* England’s Garden-Isle. A double-mounted, framed and glazed drawing for ‘The Motor’, signed and dated 1936 (below the title) and depicting five scenes on the Isle of Wight: Old Church, Bonchurch; Blackgang Chine; Godshill; Old Village, Shanklin; and Bembridge, cars feature in the third and fourth images, frame size 24½ x 18ins (61 x 45cm), image size 16¾ x 11½ins (42 x 29cm), some dust-marking to the right-hand side of the sheet, but otherwise in good condition

464* Pedalling in Perthshire. Five images: The Falls of Turret; In the Pass of Leny; The Braes o’ Balquhidder; In Glenfinlas; and St. Fillans, cyclists feature in the third and fourth images, signed and dated 1938 bottom centre, sheet size 20 x 12½ins (50 x 31cm), image size 17 x 12½ins (42½ x 31cm), the drawing is illustrated in the book ‘Memories of Frank Patterson’, margins dusty, especially on the right-hand side and in the lower right corner, but fairly clean otherwise (1)

£80-120

£100-150

463* London’s Threshold. Signed below the title, top left, incorporating five images: West Wycombe; Brightlingsea; Open country near Bovingdon; The ZigZag Road, Boxhill; and on the Pilgrim’s Way near Sevenoaks, three of the images feature cyclists/ bicycles, undated, but almost certainly 1930s, there is a two-inch margin at the top of the sheet annotated in pencil: Bucks, Essex, Herts, Surrey, Kent, sheet size 20 x 12½ins (50 x 31cm), image size 18 x 12½ins (45 x 31cm), rather dust-marked and stained, especially to the bottom edge and lower right-hand corner, and would be greatly enhanced by a clean (1)

£100-150

(1)

£150-200

£80-120

469* John Bull. An early transfer-printed, pressed tin advertising sign, together with a cast steel, Raleigh Authorised Dealer sign with intaglio lettering and a Drink Vimto two-colour double-sided enamel sign (3)

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470* Two ‘The Sampson’ folding bicycle stands, both with their original printed delivery boxes, the stands painted silver (2)

482* Three bicycle reflectors, a Lucas version, an R. H. Lea and a Victoria (3)

£40-80

£80-120

471* An Ordinary bicycle saddle frame, without a leather seat, but retaining its adjustable nose piece (1)

£50-100

472* A pair of Ordinary or safety bicycle pedals, well-made reproductions, with balls (2)

£80-120

473* Cyclometer by the Standard Watch Co., an early example with a porcelain dial, a three window counter, nickel-plated outer casing and a spoke fitted striker for a 28-inch wheel (2)

£150-200

474* A ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic tyre pump with a nickel-plated finish, together with two light brown leather saddle mounted tool bags (3)

483* Bicycle Bell. The ‘Kensington’ by John Harrison, a combination single ring with a patented clip to stop continuous ringing, dating circa 1889, with an adjustable clip, making it suitable for either an Ordinary or Safety Bicycle, with a solid nickel 3-inch bell and steel support

£40-80

475* A Dursley Pedersen tool bag, together with a spanner inscribed ‘Pedersen Hub’, two other similar nickel-plated bicycle spanners and a nickel-plated ‘Reversa’ type pump (5)

(1)

484* Two reflectors by H. Miller and Lucifer, together with two small bells and a brass ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic pump

£80-120

476* A Globus Rolling Bell. Fitted to the front forks and lowered onto the spinning wheel, painted black, the controlling cord is missing (1)

(5)

(1)

£80-120

(1)

£150-200

487* Cycle Support, comprising a wall mounted bracket with a swing-down arm holding two support chains, painted gold

£40-80

479* A ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic tyre pump with a nickel-plated finish, also two brown leather saddle mounted tool bags and a small collection of Victorian cycling photographs (a quantity)

£40-80

486* Cyclometer by the Standard Watch Co., an early example with a porcelain dial, a three window counter, nickel-plated outer casing and a spoke fitted striker for a 28-inch wheel

478* Cycle Support, comprising a wall mounted bracket with a swing-down arm holding two support chains, painted gold (1)

£50-100

485* A Child’s Seat, of the type mounted to a crossbar of a gentleman’s bicycle, with suspension springs, no cushion

£80-120

477* Tool Pouch, as strapped to the top tube of a gentleman’s bicycle, with a fitted brass plaque inscribed Tore, also, a short brass pump and a two pairs of cyclist’s glasses (4)

£300-400

(1)

£40-80

488* Two ‘The Sampson’ folding bicycle stands, one example painted silver and with its original delivery box, the other painted red

£80-120

(2)

£80-120

480* Cyclometer, by the Standard Watch Co., a good example with a card dial, a three window counter, brass casing and striker, no mounting bracket, unclear wheel size, but likely 28-inch

489* A Veeder five window mileage recorder, and two other similar examples, also, a Ruggle bell and a spoke grip, AF

(1)

(5)

£100-120

£50-100

481* Tyre Siren by the Persons Majestic Mfg Co., with its mounting bracket, sprung bracket and chain

490* Bicycle Headstock badges, various marques and periods, to include a CTC address badge

(1)

(20)

£40-80

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500* A pair of Ordinary forks and backbone, having an unusual fluted manufacturing style (Czechoslovakian) with a 52-inch wheel, AF

491* Bicycle Headstock badges, various marques and periods, to include a CTC address badge (21)

£80-120

(2)

492* A Dursley Pedersen tool bag with a closing toggle, also, a nickel-plated hand-warmer and a sprung clip with a leather strap (3)

£200-400

501* A pair of Ordinary forks and backbone, having a fitted mounting step and rear wheel, and coming with a 46-inch wheel, and a 47-inch tricycle (?) wheel, AF

£30-60

493* A counter top lamp display-stand, chromiumplated, with folding supports

(3)

(1)

494* Three bicycle mascots, three collapsing telescopic drinking cups, a Lucas No 4 brass oiler and a long trumpet bulb horn

502* A pair of Ordinary forks and backbone with a saddle pan and support, pedals and crank, mounting step and rear wheel, together with a label ‘I. Kahout Smichov’ (Czechoslovakian) with a 51-inch wheel rim, AF

(8)

(2)

£60-90

£80-120

£200-400

£200-400

503* A circa 1900 Loop Frame Bicycle with a block chain, back-pedalling brake, 28-inch Westwood rims, mudguards, up-turned handlebars, foot supports, lamp bracket, pedals, leather saddle and the remains of its plunger brake (1)

£200-400

504* A Lady’s ‘Royal Sunbeam’, retaining its original black enamel finish and gilt transfers, remains of its chain-case, Sturmey Archer hub gear and the remains of a hand control, stirrup brakes operated by roller levers, split rubber pedals, and a frame number 168799 (1931?) (1)

505* A 1930s ‘Norman’ of Ashford parallel tube ladies’ tricycle, having 26-inch wheels with a hub brake and stirrup brake fitted to the front, a small driving crank driving the near-side rear wheel, original black enamel and front mudguard

495* Cyclometer by the Standard Watch Co., an early example with a porcelain dial, a three window counter, nickel-plated outer casing and a striker for a 28-inch wheel, with its original fitted delivery box, and with instructions for use inside the lid of the box (1)

(1)

£180-220

£100-150

(1)

497* ‘Cantilever’ Brake and spare parts wooden box, opening to reveal a partitioned tray, with component parts (1)

£50-100

(1)

£50-100

508* A 1973 Raleigh gentleman’s bicycle in original, ‘little used’ condition, with a 21-inch black enamel frame, chromium-plating bright parts, cable-operated calliper brakes, aluminium pump, chain guard, brown leather saddle, 3-speed Sturmey Archer hub gear, saddle bag and mudguards. Ready to ride away

£30-60

499* Bicycle acetylene gas lamp burners, mainly ‘push-in’ types for H. Miller & Co lamps and European manufactured lamps (-)

£300-500

507* A Child’s Tricycle, having solid rubber tyres, rubber block pedals, wooden handlebar grips, leathertopped saddle and a black-painted frame

498* Bicycle oilers and greasers. Various types and conditions (16)

£80-120

506* A circa 1920 ‘Eagle’ child’s front-drive bicycle, of American manufacture, it possesses 20inch crescent rims with solid rubber tyring, braced handlebars, leather saddle, 5-inch cranks and pedals, red enamel finish and a rear stand, the badge announcing USA made

496* ‘Castletyne’ Cycle Lamp Oil wooden delivery box, containing five oil bottles and six oval shaped transfer-printed cans, most containing oil Please clean your hands after viewing. (1)

£200-400

£20-40

(1)

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Lot 513 509* A circa 1955 Claud Butler semi-lightweight gentleman’s touring bicycle, having a black 24-inch frame numbered GB 23?46 (?) and possessing signs of its original transfers, Sturmey Archer Aston Martin three-speed rear hub dated 1955, Brooks B17 saddle, GB aluminium drop handlebars and stem, Bluemels black mudguards and calliper brakes (1)

512* A Falcon semi-lightweight touring gentleman’s bicycle dating from the 1970s, retaining its original light bronze finish the 21-inch frame numbered M9K25791, all of the chromium-plating bright parts are in very good condition with no signs of corrosion, the Shimano 10-speed gearing and controls are in fine fettle, the side-pull braking on the 27-inch rims has hardly been used

£200-400

(1)

510* ‘Ribble’ lightweight bicycle, with a light blue finish on a 21-inch frame numbered CDS12332527, quick release wheels, Sora cranks, chain wheel and 18-speed gearing, water bottle carriers, Italia slim-line saddle, 17-inch drop handlebars, and side-pull contracting brakes (1)

513* Paris Galibier gentleman’s semi-racer with a dark red enamelled 24-inch frame with dual top tubes and an indistinct number of ?135, fitted with campagnolo 12-speed gearing and chain set, side-pull calliper brakes, Continental tyres and quick release large flange hubs, sports leather saddle, 15-inch handlebars and a fitted water bottle, restored in recent years

£300-600

511* Raleigh ‘Team Banana’, 1980s semilightweight bicycle with a 22-inch frame, Sachs Huret 12-speed gearing, side-pull calliper brakes, Endrick rims and original ‘Team Banana’ decals, 16-inch drop handlebars, but no pedals fitted (1)

£300-600

(1)

£800-1200

514* An ALAN lightweight gentleman’s bicycle dating from the mid-1970s, featuring aluminium lugs and tubing, 21½-inch frame, Shimano 12 speed gearing, rat trap pedals, Shimano side-pull brakes, Chen drop handlebars, San Marco saddle, pneumatic pump etc.

£150-200

ALAN was the first company to introduce an all-aluminium frameset made from aerospace grade aluminium. £200-400 (1)

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516* Circa 1898 Quadrant Tricycle. Finished in green enamel and complemented with good nickelplating, this machine is in campaigning condition, drive to the rear wheels is by a combination differential and contracting band brake differential, to 26-inch wheels, the inch-pitch block chain like the chain wheel is in good condition with the nickel-plated handlebars possessing celluloid grips and a fitted Lucas LSD bell, other features include foot rests fitted to the front forks, new tyres, leather saddle and correct rear luggage support (1)

517* A New Hudson gentleman’s roadster having a 24-inch frame, 28-inch chromium-plated Westwood rims, expanding hub brakes back and front operated by rods and roller levers, semiupturned 19-inch handlebars, and a 1930s Miller acetylene gas lamp fitted

515* A circa 2002 Terry Dolan Track Bicycle. Used at the Manchester Velodrome as a pursuit bicycle, this monocoque 21-inch frame, numbered AOJ82464, comes complete with a giant aero carbon seat pillar, Selle Italia saddle, a Ded-A-Head stem and matching 17-inch dropped handlebars with a colourful grip, a Miche chain-set a new looking chain and Look pedals, it also features a Zipp 950 rear disc with a Continental LA hub, Zipp 3000 tri-spoke and an Aleet Piste hub, it comes with a circa 2002 Dolan catalogue (1)

£800-1200

(1)

£400-800

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£120-180


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Lot 522 518* A circa 1898 Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co., gentleman’s ‘American Rambler’ bicycle, possessing a 24-inch frame, 28-inch wheels, a large inch pitch ‘cupped’ chain wheel, American back-pedalling rear hub brake, up-turned 18-inch handlebars with patented cork grips and a Lucas roller bell, the delightfully decorative and linear lugs are peculiar to this maker, it comes with a leather saddle and saddle bag. A good refurbishment project (1)

520* A 1955 Raleigh gentleman’s roadster of Indian manufacture, a 22-inch frame with 28-inch Westwood rims and tyres, stirrup brakes operated by roller levers, semi-up-turned handlebars with rubber grips, rear luggage rack, deep set mudguards, single speed This machine was manufactured at the time that the Indian Raleigh Factory was being created, and came to the Raleigh factory in Nottingham for a quality assessment. It remained in the Raleigh offices until purchased and restored by a Raleigh Design Engineer. (1) £80-120

£400-800

519* A circa 1894 ‘Star’ gentleman’s roadster bicycle, with black-painted 21-inch frame, with a small section sloping top tube, and silver-painted components, to include a typical of the period small inch-pitch chain wheel, single speed rear axle, block rubber pedals, a period hammock leather saddle, upturned 19-inch handlebars with celluloid grips and a lever operated plunger brake, a wooden mudguard is fitted at the rear (1)

521* A 1925 Humber Co. Ltd., gentleman’s ‘Olympia’ roadster. Restored in 2000, the remains of the finish allowed the correct red box lining and finish to be established, the bicycle comes with a Sturmey Archer three-speed hub, 25-inch frame, figured celluloid covered handlebars, stirrup brakes with roller lever controls, Humber chain wheel, block rubber pedals, mounting step, a modern leather saddle of the mid-1920s style, deep set mudguards and a prop stand is fitted

£1000-1500

(1)

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£180-220


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Lot 525 522* A circa 1923 Centaur Cross-Frame ‘Model 11’, gentleman’s roadster, with a 23-inch black enamel frame and nickel-plated parts, this is an older restoration and features a single speed chain set with a ‘High’ 7-inch crank, rat trap pedals, 28-inch Westwood rims and tyres, down-turned 20-inch handlebars with stem fitted short brake levers operating stirrup brakes to both wheels, a Brooks B66 leather saddle and a Lucas bell are fitted, the steering lock is broken (1)

524* A Hetchins ‘Experto Crede’ Bicycle Frame, restored to a high standard, to include reproduction decals, with a visible ‘H’ on the off-side rear fork, but re-enamelling appears to have obliterated the number, the 22-inch frame possesses silver soldered brake cable pins, front fork lamp bracket mount, gear cable guide and chain hanger on the rear fork, Hetchins headstock badge. Included in the lot are two 27x1¼-inch rims incorporating a double-fixed hub (3)

525* A 1912 Centaur Featherweight Gentleman’s Bicycle. Restored to a very high standard about 22years ago, and little used since, the 26-inch frame is numbered 160240 and possesses a delightful black enamel finish with gilt box lining, good old-style nickel-plating, deep-set mudguards and a modern but period-looking light brown Brooks B10 saddle. Other features include an Armstrong 3-speed hub gear with its correct handlebar mounted control, roller levers operating stirrup brakes back and front, rat trap pedals and a small chain wheel fitted as standard. No pump is fitted

523* A Bates of Westcliff ‘Vegrandis’, lightweight gentleman’s bicycle, a 1950s (?) 22-inch frame with an indistinct number of, ???C823, it possesses a tapered top tube and Diadrant front forks, Westcliffe on Sea headstock badge, Vegrandis cut-away lugs, lamp lugs back and front but no pump pins, chain holder, rat trap pedals with leather toe clips, chromium-plating forks. Osgear rear fork ends with a Cyclo chain adjuster and 6½-inch cranks, Endrick rims and a pair of ‘Constrictor’ aluminium (Duralumin) dropped handlebars with an unusual adjustable stem (1)

£200-400

£200-400

£200-400

This bicycle comes with two typed documents outlining the detailed work carried out in 1994, and a typed postcard from the late Alan Hawkes, one-time Centaur marque enthusiast. £1800-2200 (2)

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Lot 526 526* A circa 1904 ‘Columbia’ Shaft Drive gentleman’s ‘Model 66’ light roadster by The Pope Mfg., Co., having a 23-inch sprung frame with a coil spring housing just below the saddle, with fulcrums at the bottom bracket and rear fork stays, the shaft drive mechanism in good original condition, and retains its oil reservoir threaded cap, 7-inch cranks with rat trap pedals, a three-speed hub gear with a Sturmey Archer thumb control on the 20-inch handlebars, (no cable fitted) and centre-pull cantilever brake on the front Endrick rim. The original front mudguard is insitu and this rare bicycle comes with a snub-nose leather saddle and Lucas bell. A good refurbishment project See also lot 530. (1)

528* A Transitional Velocipède. Possessing a 38-inch iron tyred driving wheel, and a 22-inch rear wheel, the unusual duplex backbone splits to form a fork at the rear and creating a housing at the front for a steering head and hock support, the 25-inch wide handlebars have nicely turned rosewood grips and a ruggle bell is fitted, the saddle support spring possesses a newly covered leather pan saddle, triangular pedals with feet guards are fitted to 6-inch cranks (1)

529* A Vénètia Path Racer. An early 20th century bicycle offered with a 24-inch frame numbered 07887, this useable machine comes with wide semi-drop 22inch handlebars, 28-inch Westwood rims and nearly new cream tyres, rat trap pedals with a 7-inch chain wheel, back pedalling rear hub brake, leather saddle and a well-defined headstock badge

£800-1000

527* A Velocipède. Painted dark red, this early bicycle possesses a 37-inch driving wheel, and a 31inch rear wheel, a spoon brake operated by a strap operated by the twisting handlebars, the nicely shaped saddle spring supports a leather covered pan saddle, the 7-inch slotted cranks hold bob pedals. The Fellowes and chamfered spokes appear to be sound and tight, but the hubs are a little loose on the spindles. A mounting step, turned grips and ruggle bell complete the ensemble (1)

£1800-2200

(1)

£400-600

530* A circa 1900 ‘Columbia’, very rare gentleman’s light roadster by The Pope Mfg. Co., having a 22-inch frame with a leaf spring front fork, with fulcrums at the bottom of the fork stays, the dual-roller inch-pitch chain and sprockets are in good condition, and drive a New Departure back-pedalling brake hub, and front hub, favoured devices offered by Columbia from 1898, one-piece 7½-inch cranks with rat trap pedals are fitted and retain their original nickel-plating, the deepset hickory ‘scorching’ handlebars, again favoured by Columbia at this time to special order, possess long black grips, the saddle is an early competition accessory with a brown leather top, a frame-mounted tool bag is fitted. A good original bicycle with wooden rims and cream 28-inch tyres. Please also see lot 526

£2000-2500

(1)

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Lot 527

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Lot 534 531* A circa 1930 B.S.A. gentleman’s light roadster, with a 24-inch frame with an indistinct number of 3759, it is enamelled black and has had new decals added, the 19-inch semi-drop handlebars and centre pull rear brake lever are chromium-plated, as is the B.S.A. chain wheel, 7-inch cranks and pedals, the latter with toe grips. A B.S.A. three-speed rear hub is fitted with a quadrant control fitted to the top tube, the 26inch Westwood rims are fitted with cream tyres (1)

534* A circa 1898 Columbia Rear-Steering Tandem. A ‘Model 48’ lady-front bicycle having been well restored with correct old style nickel-plating which complements the black enamel frame, two 26inch wooden rims are fitted, having wire-tangent spoking, a solid rubber tyre to the front and a rubber protection ring to the rear. A Christy saddle and a period leather saddle are fitted, as well as two sets of nickel-plated open-frame pedals. The chain wheels and double-linked chain appear to be in good useable condition. The Columbia badge is in good fettle with easy to read patent details covering the period from 1885 to 1896. A circa 1900 ‘Twentieth Century’ oil lamp is fitted

£300-600

532* A circa 1900 Hirondelle ‘Metropolitaine’, (Francaise D’Armes) gentleman’s bicycle with a 26inch frame, retaining its original black enamelled finish and gilt box lining, 26-inch wooden rims, black tyres, 18-inch nickel-plated handlebars and a large 7-inch crank with a New Departure rear hub and an inchpitch type chain (not fitted), the headstock badge reading ‘Paris - Chasseur D’antin.6’ (1)

(1)

535* An Anzile of Marseille gentleman’s light roadster with a brown-painted 22-inch frame, 26-inch tangent spoked wooden wheels, side-pull ‘The Handsome’ calliper brakes back and front, operated by Bowden cable, low profile 18-inch scorching handlebars, leather saddle, a French chain set to include double-roller inch-pitch chain and a single speed coaster hub

£400-600

533* A circa 1904 ‘Columbia’ gentleman’s ‘Model 45’ roadster by The Pope Mfg, Co., having a 24-inch frame with a delightful black enamel finish, the inchpitch block chain and sprockets are in good condition, one-piece 7-inch cranks with rat trap pedals are fitted and retain their original nickel-plating. The semi upturned 21-inch hickory handlebars, favoured by Columbia at this time to special order, possess old style cork grips. The saddle is an early Christy type, and a framemounted tool bag is fitted together with a Hine Watt ‘Columbia Model C’ acetylene gas lamp. A good original bicycle with wooden rims and cream 26-inch tyres (1)

£2000-3000

(1)

£500-800

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£300-500


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Lot 536 536* Fabrique Nationale Shaft Drive Bicycle. An early twentieth century bicycle with a 24½-inch frame, 17-inch handlebars with grey celluloid grips, 28-inch Westwood rims finished in black enamel with gilt accentuation lines and cream tyres fitted, the shaft drive mechanism appears to be intact and working well benefitting from original cranks and period pedals. Front and rear oil lamps are fitted, as are front fork mounted foot rests, leather saddle and a plunger brake

537* A circa 1907 Lea Francis gentleman’s roadster. A fully restored machine having a 27-inch frame numbered 10575, centre pull stirrup brakes on nickel-plated 28-inch Westwood rims, nickel-plated 17inch handlebars with the lea Francis patented brake levers, single speed coaster rear hub, Lea Francis pedals, patented pedal lock, leather frame bag, double ringing bell and a c1910 Powell and Hanmer ‘Panther’ acetylene gas lamp and rear reflector. A delight

(1)

(1)

£800-1200

Lot 537

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£1000-1500


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Lot 539

538* A 1901 Monarch shaft drive bicycle. Having a black enamelled 22-inch frame, 26-inch wooden rims with tangent spoked hubs, delicately shaped 6½-inch cranks with petit pedals and up turned 18-inch handlebars and a leather saddle, the drive train and gear covers are intact and appear to work well. The bicycle possesses a Monarch headstock badge with an impressed lion’s head and ‘1901 Model’ wording at the base (1)

539* 1900 Raglan No 17 Roadster. A gentleman’s bicycle with a 23½-inch black-enamelled frame with a cottered bottom bracket, ‘D’-section mudguards with original 28-inch rims retaining their identification plates, and with an original front tyre fitted (1½-inch wide front and 1.3/8 at the rear). Other features include an inch-pitch driving chain to a fixed rear wheel, an 8-inch chain set with 7-inch cranks and rubber block pedals, 18-inch curved-flat handlebars with celluloid grips, a ‘1900 Leatheries’ saddle, leather frame bag and tool bag. The plunger brake operating on the front wheel is nicely nickel-plated, as are the handlebars, cranks, fork caps and seat stem. The feet supports on the front forks are painted. The particular joy of this bicycle is that it comes with its original June 1900 dated receipt for .8.0, quoting a frame number of B4592, and is in significantly rideable condition. A photocopy of a 1900 Raglan catalogue comes with its purchase

£600-900

(1)

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£1200-1600


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Lot 540 540* A circa 1891 Pneumatic-Tyred Safety Bicycle. One of the earliest pneumatic tyred bicycles extant because original examples of early Pneumatics are extremely rare, and doubly so in this example because it is offered with an original ‘Bartlett’ tyre and tube. Indeed, this tyre was probably the first practical, easily detachable, bicycle tyre in history, yet the tyres quickly became obsolete, assuring that many of these bicycles were abandoned. The rims represent Bartlett Clincher Rims of the 1890 pattern as per their patent No 16,783. The rim was also patented in America in 1891, Numbered 448,793. (Please see this image via the internet description). Manufactured by the North British Rubber Co. of Edinburgh. It was the first type of tyre to be easily detachable from the rim, and the first serious competitor for Dunlop. By 1892 these tyres were fitted with all-rubber inner tubes, rather than the earlier tube with a canvas liner and a large one-way valve, an example of which comes with this bicycle. The front wheel is 30-inches, the rear 28-inches. A standard 28 x 1½-inch beaded edge tyre is now fitted to the front rim, making the bicycle complete and rideable. (Instructions can be provided on how to stretch a new tyre onto the rim). The frame is 20-inch with a sloping top tube, remote steering head on conical bearings and sweeping handlebars. The saddle cover, handlebar grips, pedals and plunger brake are of the period style, but it possesses its original spokes, mudguards and stays. There is some pitting to metal parts. Generally, in very original, oily rag, rideable condition (1)

541* A 1921 Raleigh ‘Special’ Model B Roadster. With a 24-inch frame numbered 633919, a nicely restored bicycle with box lining and correct style decals, black enamelled chain-case and handlebars, with latter with roller brake levers operating period stirrup brakes on 28-inch Westwood rims, also fitted is a period rear rack, a Lucas bell, a Brooks (OO) badged leather saddle a 1908 period Lucas ‘Holophote’ and a Powell and Hanmer rear oilpowered lamps. A K-type gear hub and brass pump and block rubber pedals complete the ensemble. In fine, rideable condition (1)

£300-500

542* A circa 1931 Raleigh Record. A forerunner of the Record Ace, a lower frame model with a number of 16761, having a black enamel finish and decals, the 22-inch frame includes a chain wheel dated ‘S’ (1931), driving a double fixed hub, Endrick rims with wingnuts back and front, a Bowden cable operated contracting brake to the front wheel, North Road handlebars mounted on a single tube extension, Raleigh pneumatic pump, rat-trap pedals with toe clips and a Lucas ‘Calcia Cadet’ acetylene gas lamp fitted to the nearside fork with a bell and a B17 saddle (1)

£2000-3000

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£400-600


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Lot 543 543* A circa 1884 Starley & Sutton ‘Meteor No 2’ 52-inch Ordinary. A good original bicycle, having¾inch crescent rims, 28-inch cow-horn handlebars with later turned grips, spoon brake to the driving wheel, 6-inch cranks with a 17-inch trailing wheel and a mounting step, the handlebars and fork crown retain their original nickel-plating, and a shield-shaped nameplate features on the circular backbone (1)

545* A Sun Gentleman’s Bicycle. Featuring a 22inch black enamelled frame, 26-inch Endrick rims and tyres, Resilion cantilever brakes operated by Bowden cable, Bluemel cream mudguards, Wrights leather saddle, saddle bag and pump, good chromium-plating (1)

546* A ‘Reliance’ Ladies Loop Frame Bicycle. A ‘Model D’ from the Ohio Manufacturer circa 1900 with a 22-inch frame, open top forks, 26-inch wooden wheels with tyres, petit leather saddle, single speed coaster hub, dual-roller inch-pitch chain and chain wheel and 6-inch cranks and block rubber pedals. The makers badge is fitted to the headstock, and it comes with 23-inch hickory handlebars with cork grips

£2000-2500

544* A circa 1910 Rudge Whitworth Lady’s Roadster. Comprising a swan neck loop frame of 23inches the bicycle features up-turned silver enamelled handlebars with inverted brake levers and a Lucas bell fitted, a tall steering head, centre pull stirrup brakes, Brooks B52 leather saddle, period mudguards, Westwood rims with 28-inch tyres, pump and adjustable single piece cranks and chain set with rubber block pedals. The machine is painted dark green and comes with a steering lock, a rear reflector and a Lucas ‘Aceta’ acetylene gas lamp of the correct period (1)

£120-160

(1)

£300-400

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£180-220


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Lot 550 547* A Stearns & Co., of Syracuse USA, a loop frame ‘Model Special’ ladies bicycle having a 23-inch frame, cottered bottom bracket, dual-roller inch-pitch chain and chain wheel and 6-inch cranks and block rat trap pedals, (not fitted), a coasting rear hub, open fork crown, blind end forks, nickel-plated semi-up turned handlebars with good period grips and a small bell. A Christy type saddle with original padding but miss its leather top, a rear painted wooden mudguard and cushion rubber tyres. Currently painted orange, an easy refurbishment project

549* A circa 1895 ‘The Electric’ Gentleman’s Bicycle. Enamelled black with some gilt decoration, this bicycle suggests quality of manufacture with differing sized tubing, separate bottom bracket bearings, a small chain wheel, fixed single gearing and a (modern) block chain. The 22-inch frame sports blind end nickel-plated front forks, up-turned nickelplated handlebars with cork grips, 26-inch wooden wheels with modern solid rubber lightweight tyring, 7-inch nickel-plated cranks (one not fitted) and black rubber pedals. The saddle is missing

(1)

(1)

£200-400

548* C. W. Hackett of St Paul, Minnesota ‘Hackett Roadster’ ladies bicycle, the circa 1905 ‘Swan Neck’ 22-inch frame is enamelled in dark green and decorated with grey underglaze transfers. In need of tyres, the bicycle is largely complete with 26-inch wooden rims, rear mudguard and chain guard, the latter with a decorative cover. 6-inch one piece cranks are fitted with petit pedals and drive a fixed hub. A 1905 period small leather saddle is fitted (1)

£400-600

550* A Facile Safety Bicycle. A quality reproduction in the style of the John Beale’s 1878 patent, the machine is finished in dark green having a 40-inch driving wheel, and a 24-inch trailing wheel. The gear wheels are of quality manufacture, and the bearings of the driving levers and hub bearings are free but without slop. 1.1/8th solid black tyring is fitted to both wheels, the rear covered by a deep-set mudguard. The semi-drop 27-inch handlebars have palm grips and mounting for a spoon brake and lever. The saddle is of the adjustable ‘International’ type with a thick leather cover. This bicycle has been campaigned on numerous occasions

£400-600

(1)

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£2000-3000


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Lot 553

551* A Schwinn ‘New World’ bicycle. Having a 22inch red-painted frame, a Sturmey Archer Tricoaster three-speed hub dated 1957, operated by a Schwinn changer mounted on the handlebars. Chromiumplated parts include the high positioned 23-inch handlebars mounted on a forward extension. A Brooks B17 saddle is fitted, but the pedals are not (1)

553* 1907 Francaise D’Armes of St Etienne ‘Hirondelle’, gentleman’s Path Racer, with a 26-inch light blue-finished frame, 28-inch black-enamelled rims with good pneumatic tyres, a dual-roller inchpitch chain and chain wheel with 7-inch cranks and rubber insert rat trap pedals with toe clips fitted, driving a free wheel hub with back-pedalling brake. A plunger brake to the front wheel. The nickel-plated dropped handlebars have turned wooden grips, other features include a leather frame bag and a period style saddle and a 1907 plate and headstock badge on the headstock

£80-120

552* Rugby Cycles of Paris a long wheelbase French-manufactured, gentleman’s bicycle just removed from long term storage, it features side-pull calliper brakes, Endrick rims, deep set mudguards, single speed rear axle. An ideal restoration project (1)

(1)

£1200-1600

554* A Hetchins ‘Experto Crede’, dating from the mid-1960s (?) this delightful bicycle has been restored to a high standard, to include period decals. With a visible number of H8070 on the near-side rear fork, the 24-inch frame possesses silver soldered brake cable pins, front fork lamp bracket, gear cable guide and Hetchins headstock badge. A Campagnolo chain-set and 18-speed compagnolo rear hub, sidepull compagnolo brakes, Weinmann 27-inch rims and Continental tyres are fitted. Other features include a bottle carrier, rear rack and rear light. Pedals are not fitted

£40-80

(1)

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555* An 1882 D. Rudge & Co., 53-inch ‘The Rudge’ Ordinary. Numbered 4038 in several places, this sound bicycle has a circular backbone swaged to the rear forks holding an 18-inch trailing wheel. The saddle spring supports a saddle with a leather top, the semi-drop 25-inch handlebars have nicely turned wooden grips, the brake lever fulcrum but the spoon brake itself missing. Other features include a pair of original pedals, mounting step, leg guard and no missing spokes (1)

£2200-2600

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Lot 556

556* A circa 1908 Dursley Pedersen Gentleman’s Bicycle. A size ‘2’ machine with a frame number of 5436, it is in good original, unmolested condition and features three-speed Pedersen hub, chain-case, inverted brake levers, bell, correct brakes back and front, lamp bracket and good useable saddle. A grand survivor (1)

£1800-2200

557* Eaton (Isaac F.). “Bicycling” No. 1 & “Bicycling” No. 2, copyrighted by A.J. Fisher, 24 Vesey St., New York, 1880, a pair of colour lithograph cartoon prints, both a little spotted and soiled with a little damp staining to extremities and each with short closed tear to lower margin, 38 x 25cm, framed and glazed (2)

£200-300

558 Cycling. Volumes 59-98, 1920-39, A continuous run of 40 volumes bound in 34 volumes, (the first 10 volumes bound as 5), numerous black and white illustration, cartoons, adverts, etc., throughout, all but 4 volumes (74, 79, 80 & 87) bound in publisher’s original cloth gilt, the other 4 volumes near-matching cloth gilt, a little rubbed, 4to (35)

£200-300

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(a) The buyer shall forthwith upon the purchase give in his name and permanent address and pay to the Auctioneer immediately after the conclusion of the auction the total sum due. (b) The buyer may be required to pay down during the course of the sale the whole or any part of the total sum due, and if he fails to do so after such request the lot or lots may at the Auctioneer's absolute discretion be put up again and resold immediately. (c) The buyer shall at his own expense take away any lot or lots purchased no later than five working days after the auction day. (d) The Auctioneer may at his own discretion agree credit terms with a buyer and extend the time limits for collection in special cases but otherwise payment shall be deemed to have been made only after the Auctioneer has received cash or a sterling banker’s draft or the buyer's cheque has been cleared. (a) If the buyer fails to pay for or take away any lot or lots pursuant to clause 4 or breaches any other condition of that clause the Auctioneer as agent for the seller shall be entitled after consultation with the seller to exercise one or other of the following rights: (i) Rescind the sale of that or any other lots sold to the buyer who defaults and re-sell the lot or lots whereupon the defaulting buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer any shortfall between the proceeds of that sale after deduction of costs of re-sale and the total sum due. Any surplus shall belong to the seller. (ii) Proceed for damages for breach of contract. (b) Without prejudice to the Auctioneer's rights hereunder if any lots or lots are not collected within five days or such longer period as the Auctioneer may have agreed otherwise, the Auctioneer may charge the buyer a storage charge of £1.00 + VAT at the current rate per lot per day. (c) Ownership of the lot purchased shall not pass to the buyer until he has paid to the Auctioneer the total sum due. (a) The seller shall be entitled to place a reserve on any lot and the Auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller for any lot on which a reserve has been placed. A seller may not bid on any lot on which a reserve has been placed. (b) Where any lot fails to sell, the Auctioneer shall notify the seller accordingly. The seller shall make arrangements either to re-offer the lot for sale or to collect the lot and may be asked to pay a commission not exceeding 50% of the selling commission and any special expenses incurred in cataloguing the lot. (c) If such arrangements are not made within seven days of the notification the Auctioneer is empowered to sell the lot by auction or by private treaty at not less than the reserve price and to receive from the seller the normal selling commission and special expenses.

7. Any representation or statement by the Auctioneer in any catalogue, brochure or advertisement of forthcoming sales as to authorship, attribution, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price is a statement of opinion only. Every person interested should exercise and rely on his own judgement as to such matters and neither the Auctioneer nor his servants or agents are responsible for the correctness of such opinions. No warranty whatsoever is given by the Auctioneer or the seller in respect of any lot and any express or implied warranties are hereby excluded. 8.

(a) Notwithstanding any other terms of these conditions, if within fourteen days of the sale the Auctioneer has received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within fourteen days after such notification the buyer returns the same to the Auctioneer in the same condition as at the time of the sale and satisfies the Auctioneer that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. "A deliberate forgery" means a lot made with intention to deceive. (b) A buyer's claim under this condition shall be limited to any amount paid to the Auctioneer for the lot and for the purpose of this condition the buyer shall be the person to whom the original invoice was made out by the Auctioneer.

9. Lots may be removed during the sale after full settlement in accordance with 4(d) hereof. 10. All goods delivered to the Auctioneer's premises will be deemed to be delivered for sale by auction unless otherwise stated in writing and will be catalogued and sold at the Auctioneer's discretion and accepted by the Auctioneer subject to all these conditions. In the case of miscellaneous books, the Auctioneer reserves the right to extract and dispose of books that, in the opinion of the Auctioneer at his absolute discretion, have no saleable value and, therefore, might detract from the saleability of the rest of the lot and the Auctioneer shall incur no liability to the seller, in respect of the books disposed of. By delivering the goods to the Auctioneer for inclusion in his auction sales each seller acknowledges that he/she accepts and agrees to all the conditions. 11. (a) Unless otherwise instructed in writing all goods on the Auctioneer's premises and in their custody will be held insured against the risks of fire, burglary, water damage and accidental breakage or damage. The value of the goods so covered will be the hammer price, or in the case of unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of loss or damage prior to the sale that which the specialised staff of the Auctioneer shall in their absolute discretion estimate to be the auction value of such goods. (b) The Auctioneer shall not be responsible for damage to or the loss, theft, or destruction of any goods not so insured because of the owner’s written instructions. 12. The Auctioneer shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the seller thirty days after the day of the auction provided that the Auctioneer has received the total sum due from the buyer. In all other cases the Auctioneer will remit the proceeds of the sale to the seller within seven days of the receipt by the Auctioneer of the total sum due. The Auctioneer will not be deemed to have received the total sum due until after any cheque delivered by the buyer has been cleared. In the event of the Auctioneer exercising his right to rescind the sale his obligation to the seller hereunder lapses. 13. In the case of the seller withdrawing instructions to the Auctioneer to sell any lot or lots, the Auctioneer may charge a fee of 12.5% of the Auctioneer's middle estimate of the auction price of the lot withdrawn together with Value Added Tax thereon and any expenses incurred in respect of the lot or lots. 14. The Auctioneer’s current standard notices and information (i.e. Collation and Amendments) will apply to any contract with the Auctioneer as if incorporated herein. 15. These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law.


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DOMINIC WINTER SPECIALIST AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS

Saleroom and Offices: Mallard House, Broadway Lane, South Cerney, Gloucestershire GL7 5UQ Tel: 01285 860006 Fax: 01285 862461

COMMISSION SLIP Please Bid on my behalf at the sale on 12 May 2016 up to the amount shown. I acknowledge that I will be required to pay a buyer's premium at the current rate.

Lot ÂŁ Brief Description ____________________________________________________________________

Name: Address

Telephone: Email:

Fax:

Postage can be arranged for most purchases. For UK and European customers we use DPD (formerly Parceline) or Royal Mail: a separate charge is added to the invoice (minimum ÂŁ15) and parcels are despatched as soon as possible after payment has been received. All framed and glazed items and all lots for overseas customers outside Europe will be sent to Mail Boxes Etc. (tel: Swindon 01793 525009) or R.F. Shipping (tel: London 0845 873 6240). Both of these companies will quote and invoice separately. Please note: DWBA invoices must be paid before consignments are handed to third party shipping companies.


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The nearest train station to the saleroom is Kemble (BR) which is on the London (Paddington) to Worcester Shrub Hill line. Train journey times from London are on average 90 minutes whether direct or with one change, and run at about one per hour from early until late. Several of the trains in each direction are direct and about half the services require a brief change at Swindon. Customers are advised to check train times and book as early as possible for the best range of ticket services and discounts. National Rail Enquiries:

08457 484950

Telephone advance train ticket booking:

08457 000125 (First Great Western)

Online train timetables and online ticket bookings:

www.nationalrail.co.uk

Taxis from Kemble Station (5 miles/10 minutes) Brian's Cabs Cirencester Radio Cars Cirencester Taxis

01285 655299 / 07980 579947 01285 650850 01285 642767

Taxis from Swindon Station (12 miles/25minutes) V-Cars

01793 701701

Cirencester Visitor Information Centre

Catalogue Produced by Jamm Design – 020 7424 7830 info@jammdesign.co.uk

+44 (0)1285 654180 cirencestervic@cotswold.gov.uk Photography by Ben Cavanna – 07968 342013 bencavanna@gmail.com


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