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h&h holds inaugural museum auction

The first H&H auction to be held at the National Motorcycle Museum will be held on 2 June and will feature 140 bikes and 65 cars. All future H&H sales will be held at the Solihull venue.

A spokesman said: “We have decided to raise the bar on our motorcycle sales by holding them at this most prestigious bike venue in the country. The museum is ‘Bike Central’ for anyone who loves motorcycling. We are determined to make the name H&H Classics synonymous with the very best of motorcycle auctions, so the cooperation with this wonderful atmospheric venue allows us to offer our clients the best also in terms of exposure and visibility for motorcycles on sale in the future.

“Our ?rst sale here starts with a collection of ‘Roaring 20s’ bikes found on a Berkshire farm which are all being sold without reserve. Many of the bikes from The Home Farm Collection are getting close to a century in age. They include a 1924 Humber 350; a 1924 BSA roundtank Junior; and a 1928 Triumph NP.

“Among the bikes for sale are some notable survivors including a magni?cent 1928 Indian 401 in red and cream estimated to sell for £50,000 to £60,000. This collection offers a fantastic opportunity to pick up one of the great names of 1920’s British biking in reasonable condition. They are all very original and all eligible for the Banbury Run.”

 

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