A Williams F1 clamshell side panel
Golding Young & Mawer hold regular sales of Automobilia at the home of BRM, the 1962 Formula 1 World Championship winning team with Graham Hill at the wheel. Possibly one of the most important buildings in the history of motorsport here in Lincolnshire, if not Great Britain?
Such a provenance means that the collectable items that we see through the door is ever increasing, from important F1 historical items to Lucas headlights that have never left the box, the Automobilia sales really do capture the entire spirit of collecting items from this booming market.
For those that don’t have a Lagonda hidden away in the garage at home, the sales also include motoring pictures and prints, with some classic images always available and other transport items such as railway pieces, aviation, and other eclectic items that you could only find in a saleroom.
The sales are paired up with our specialist Toy Sales and the collectors tend to overlap.
Automobilia experts are always available to look at complete collections of items either at your property, or at our valuation mornings across the country.