UNITED KINGDOM / AGILITYPR.NEWS / October 27, 2020 / After four years hosting record-breaking sales at the National Motorcycle Museum, H&H Classics have been tasked with selling the museum’s fabulous Duplicate Motorcycle Collection.
Museum Director James Hewing stated: “Our enforced temporary closure over the summer has given us the chance to rationalise our inventory slightly by offering certain duplicate machines for sale. This will mean that we will be able to display some machines that haven’t been seen previously, as well as improving other displays by making them more accessible”.
Mark Bryan, Head of Bike Sales at H&H, says: “We are honoured to be entrusted with this sale for the museum. The sale of these 30 bikes will broaden and strengthen the Museum’s offering and create a new type of visitor experience for years to come.”
Some highlights of the 30 bikes from the Museum include:
1926 Zenith £20,000 -£25,000
1931 SOS £5,000 - £7,000
1954 Triumph 500 ISDT £7,000-£9,000
1968 BSA A65 Spitfire £5,000 -£6,000
1926 Zenith 680 JAP £20,000 - £25,000
1968 BSA A65 Spitfire MkIV £5,000 - £6,000
1954 Triumph 500 ISDT £7,000 - £9,000
1931 SOS 350cc £5,000 - £7,000
H&H was founded by Simon Hope in 1993 as a specialist auction house dedicated solely to the sale of collectors’ motorcars and motorcycles. Some 26 years later, the company can boast a continuous trading history, which exceeds that of any UK rival. The company is staffed by hands-on enthusiasts with over 600 years’ combined experience, and its specialist valuers are among the most knowledgeable in the industry.
H&H has had the pleasure of handling everything from 1890s London to Brighton runners through to 1990s Formula 1 cars, not to mention a variety of iconic motorcycles and holds a considerable number of World Record auction prices.
With the head office near Warrington, Cheshire and its Private Sales Garage near Hindhead in Surrey and specialists based throughout Europe, H&H holds regular physical sales at the Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire, National Motorcycle Museum in the West Midlands and Pavilion Gardens, Buxton. There are also Automobilia Online Sales and Live Auctions Online throughout the year.