Rare cars and automobilia to be sold at Edmonds

| 23 Jul 2012

A fantastic range of cars and automobilia will go under the hammer at Richard Edmonds’ auction at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway’s Toddington station, near Cheltenham, on 4 August.

The sale coincides with Prescott Hill Climb’s VSCC weekend and is set to feature cars such as a 1926 Amilcar Type-G, which has been estimated at £29-32,000. It will be joined by a 1934 Singer Le Mans (£25-30,000).

Also on sale is a 1936 Rolls-Royce 20/25 (POA) and a Ford Model A chassis (POA) that would, says Edmonds, form the ideal base for a trials special.

The automobilia section is packed with interesting vintage accessories and literature. Of primary interest are likely to be the rare Tipp & Co petrol pumps – expected to raise £2400 – and a clockwork model Bluebird that’s valued at £600-800.

Meanwhile the auction’s book section has original sales brochures from Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Bugatti.

To view the sale’s catalogue click here.