An incredible cache of 13 Rolls-Royces and Bentleys has been unearthed in a "small-town garage".
The cars, all of which have lain dormant for decades, are mainly 20/25 variants, but with a pair of Phantom IIs and couple of Silver Wraiths.
Now the cars are all coming up for auction at H&H, most at no reserve.
One of the stars is likely to be the 1933 Olympia Motor Show 1933 Phantom II Continental Touring Saloon (main image), which carries an estimate of £20-30,000.
A second Phantom II – a 1934 Limo, above – carries no reserve, as will a trio of 20/25s including a 1934 Limousine (below), a 1933 hearse (two below) and a 1934 Limo, as well as a pair of rolling chassis.
A pair of 1939 Silver Wraiths – a Sedanca de Ville (below) and a Special Saloon (two below) – are also guaranteed to sell.
Other cars from the collection are a 1935 20/25 Limousine de Ville (below, estimate £10-15,000) and a 1938 20hp Weymann Saloon (£20-24,000).
The sole Bentley project discovered among the Royces is a 1935 3½-litre Saloon (above), which will be sold with no reserve, while a 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II (below) is expected to make £30-35,000 thanks to having covered fewer than 25,000 miles from new.
The entire collection will be sold at H&H's Imperial War Museum sale at Duxford on 16 October. See the website for more details.