The Sale of British Marques 2019

Jim Clark, Dan Gurney & Graham Hill photographs

Lot: 178
Three of the all-time greats in black and white.
No Reserve

Original AA 'Road Flooded' sign

Lot: 179
Fully restored with hand-painted lettering.
Estimate (£): 250 - 350
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

Graham Hill OBE. 'Lots of advice'

Lot: 180
Signed presentation.
Estimate (£): 200 - 300
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

'The Taste of Victory'. Signed Sir Stirling Moss OBE

Lot: 181
A cold Coke after a well-deserved win at Aintree in 1957.
Estimate (£): 200 - 400
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

Multi-signed Shelsley Walsh 'Classic Nostalgia' poster

Lot: 182
Signed by top names from the world of rallying.
Estimate (£): 200 - 400
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

Dexter Brown "Mille Miglia 1955"

Lot: 183
Commissioned by Coys of Kensington from renowned artist Dexter Brown.
Estimate (£): 200 - 400
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

"The Vanwall Boys"

Lot: 184
Signed by Sir Stirling Moss OBE and Tony Brooks
Estimate (£): 100 - 150
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

"Braking for Loews" Monaco 1961

Lot: 185
Signed by Sir Stirling Moss OBE.
Estimate (£): 100 - 150
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

Jaeger Le Coultre open-faced Military Pocket Watch

Lot: 201
An historic military watch by a quality maker.
Estimate (£): 450 - 550
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)

c.2005 TAG Heuer Aquaracer

Lot: 202
The ultimate sports watch inspired by the aquatic world.
Estimate (£): 350 - 500
(+buyer’s premium of 24% including VAT @ 20%)