H&H CLASSICS HEAD TO THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM ON DECEMBER 19TH FOR ITS FINAL SALE OF 2020
H&H Classics are offering £2m worth of classic motorcycles at auction just five days before Christmas, on December 19th, live from the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham. The auction features the “National Motorcycle Museum Duplicate Collection” and the “Joe Ryan Private Collection”.
The sale is currently open to visitors, but they must book to attend, wear a facemask, use hand sanitizer and temperatures will be checked. Alternatively, bidders can access the auction on the phone or online.
Mark Bryan, Head of Motorcycles at H&H Classics, says: “This is our biggest sale to date in terms of catalogue value. We are honoured to be chosen to handle the prestigious “National Motorcycle Museum Bikes” and the fabulous “Joe Ryan private collection”. It will be great finale to what has been a difficult year. Almost 20% of the bikes in the sale go to auction with no reserve.”
1969 Honda CB750 K0 Estimate: £15,000 – £17,000. Featured and ridden by Henry Cole at The Motorcycle Show.
1979 Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica ex Eddie Roberts and the 2nd bike imported into the UK. 2 owner bike that was used in period by Motorcycle Weekly and Motorcycle News for road tests. Estimate: £25,000 – £30,000
1914 Royal Enfield Model 180 Combination
c1995 Egli Vincent 1200cc – Estimate: £35,000 – £40,000