Category: Sales Release

SUCCESSFUL VALUATION EVENT FOR CLASSIC TT AUCTION

Following the success of the first Isle of Man valuation day, Charterhouse will be returning to the Isle of Man on from Friday 24th to Monday 27th January and are again inviting collectors and memorabilia owners to come to the Isle of Man Motor Museum in Jurby on Sunday 26th between 10.00am and 5pm for […]

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Charterhouse to hold Historic Motorcycle Auctions at the IOM Classic TT

The Isle of Man Government’s Department of Enterprise has signed an agreement with Charterhouse Auctioneers in Dorset to be an official partner of the Classic TT Races presented by Bennetts. The partnership includes Charterhouse running an auction of historic, vintage & classic motorcycles at the Classic TT races from 2020. The first auction is scheduled […]

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Ace Automobilia at Charterhouse

There is a vast collection of automobilia in the Charterhouse two day auction on 18th & 19th July. “Automobilia is the term used to describe anything related to motorcars, motor racing and garages or really to do with mechanically propelled vehicles.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “Today the market for automobilia is strong with bidders looking to […]

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Ace Automobilia at Charterhouse

There is a vast collection of automobilia in the Charterhouse two day auction on 18th & 19th July. “Automobilia is the term used to describe anything related to motorcars, motor racing and garages or really to do with mechanically propelled vehicles.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “Today the market for automobilia is strong with bidders looking to […]

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Decades of Motorbikes at Auction

Plenty of interest is expected for the range of motorcycles going under the Charterhouse hammer in their 1st June auction of vintage and classic motorcycles at The Vintage Nostalgia Show at Stockton Park, Wiltshire. “We have been busy scouring the countryside pulling bikes out of old barns and advising on private motorcycle collections.” Commented Matthew […]

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Vintage is the height of fashion

Plenty of interest is expected for a rare group of British vintage motorcycles going under the Charterhouse hammer in their 1st June auction of vintage and classic motorcycles at The Vintage Nostalgia Show at Stockton Park, Wiltshire. “There is something charming and yet challenging with this vintage motorbikes as they come from an era where […]

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The Vintage Nostalgia Show

Charterhouse Auctioneers are delighted to be invited to hold one of their classic & vintage motorcycle auctions at The Vintage Nostalgia Show this year. “It is such a great event and we are looking to put on a show of our own with the auction!” Commented Matthew Whitney, Head of Classic Vehicles at Charterhouse. With […]

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Vincent comes out of the Shadows

The Charterhouse February specialist auction of vintage and classic motorcycles was another huge success with a Vincent Black Shadow taking the top spot selling for just over £65,000. The auction, which was held at The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, generated huge interest before the auction with hundreds of bidders turning up on […]

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Deals on Wheels

This weekend is going to be rather special at the Royal Bath & West Showground – we have over 100 Motorbikes going under the hammer, and 50 Classic Cars. With viewing on Saturday and Sunday from 9.30 – 4pm, and the auction on Sunday starting at 11.30am with the Motorbikes, and at 2.30pm for the […]

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Basket Cases to Concours Motorbikes

The Charterhouse auction of classic and vintage motorbikes has a great selection of bikes going under the hammer with estimates from £200 up to £55,000.

“There are bikes in all shapes and sizes and conditions.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “As usual, there is a good selection of British bikes with a smattering of German, Japanese and other manufactures.”

The star of the auction is a 1949 Vincent Black Shadow. Coming to auction in a beautifully restored state this iconic 1,000cc motorbike is estimated to sell for £50,000-55,000.

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