Of the 540+ lots entered, in this online H&H Classics
sale of automobilia highlighted items include two original pen and ink drawings of the Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy mascot (by the original designer Charles Sykes), with an estimate value of up to £1000, amongst many others.
The upcoming sale begins on 1st July with bidding closing on all listings the following Sunday 8th July.
Early in 2018, H&H launched Timed Online-Only Auctions of Automobilia, the first of which achieved a 90% sale rate. Now on their third Online-Only Auction, the Automobilia sales have grown in both popularity and consumer trust, to the effect that there are now over 540 items entered with 490 of those entered with No Reserve.
Other items of interest entered into the online auction include
Rare Only Fools & Horses Signed/Framed Print
Del Boy, Rodney & the Reliant Regal Supervan III [Signed] Estimate: NO RESERVE
Three Pre-War Lalique Mascots
A Sanglier Glass Mascot by Rene Lalique £1,000 1,500
A Chrysis Glass Accessory Mascot by Rene Lalique £1,400 1,800
A Tete dAigle Glass Mascot by Rene Lalique £1,600 2,000
A Pair of 1950s Mille Miglia Souvenir Programmes
1950 Mille Miglia Souvenir Programme. Estimate: NO RESERVE
1955 Mille Miglia Souvenir Programme. Estimate: NO RESERVE
Two 1:8 Scale Models of Jordan-Honda Formula One Cars
H&H Classics online platform H&H Online debuted in late 2017, providing the online bidding service for their classic motorcycle auctions at the National Motorcycle museum and for classic cars at their renowned IWM Duxford auction.
The platform now allows buyers to purchase without Internet Surcharges previously as high as 2-3% per item charged by their previous online bidding service providers, now fully removed in-house by H&H Online so that buying costs in the room is on a level playing field with buying costs via online bidding.
This was successful right off the bat, with the 1943 International Harvester M5 Half-Track Personnel Carrier selling for £135,000 to an H&H Online bidder, at the IWM Duxford auction on 15th November 2017.