A superb (and huge!) scratch-built 1:8 scale model of a D-type, hand-crafted by Len Pritchard. Len was a founding partner of Williams & Pritchard who created a whole generation of Lotus bodies – racers and road cars. Unique.

Estimate Price: (e£700-850)



“Challenge Me the Race” by Mike Hawthorn and signed by Mike. This covers his Jaguar years. Signed copies are very rare.

Estimate Price: (e£500-600)



A hall-marked sterling silver SS Cars desk lighter. Seldom seen.

Estimate Price: (e£550-650)



The very rare TWR brochure for the XJR-6 in its pre-Silk Cut livery.

Estimate Price: (e£100-125)



Owner’s Handbook for the XJ220. Prices rising because when cars change hands the book does not necessarily follow – but the new owner wants one!

Estimate Price: (e£250-300)



SS Cars 100 mph speedometer made by S. Smith & Sons (Motor Accessories).

Estimate Price: (e£500-600)



SS Cars 2.5 Litre Jaguar Instruction Book. Undated but this is the 1936 edition and appropriate for all 1936/37 model year cars.

Estimate Price: (e£125-150)



Owners of SS100s will recognise this as a template of the dashboard of their cars. In fact, this is the aide memoire used by the late David Barber to remind him what went where! Unique.

Estimate Price: (e£100-150)



475. XK150 & XK150S Spare Parts Catalogue – Volumes 1 & 2. Rarely offered together.

Estimate Price: (e£200-250)



A tempting selection of Jaguar key fobs.

Estimate Price: (Various estimates)



Win Percy’s parade suit from the Jaguar Racing era.

Estimate Price: (e£300-400)



An NOS boot badge for the XK140. Fine.

Estimate Price: (e£120-125)



An NOS XK150 radiator grill (e£400-500) and Version 2 mascot. (e£200-250). Both still in their original Jaguar factory protection wraps. Hyper-rare, probably unique.

Estimate Price: Radiator grill (e£400-500) and Version 2 mascot (e£200-250).



Brochure for the XK120 Special Equipment model. The rarest of the XK120 brochures.

Estimate Price: (e£100-120)



Programme for the Company’s Xmas party in the canteen on 21 December 1948. An intriguing glimpse of Jaguar staff at play in the immediate post-war years.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)



Three desirable adjustable spanners. 2 x King Dick and 1 x Shelley.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75 each)



E-type model by Jouets Mont-Blanc. 1:12 scale. The enhanced version.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)



Jaguar showroom tray from the late 1960s. The bronze handles are the only casting of the mascot in this form.

Estimate Price: (e£150-200)



A 1:18 scale model of the XK180. These larger models were presented by Abbey Panels (who created the bodywork), to a small number of individuals most closely involved in the creation of this concept car. First one I have seen.

Estimate Price: (e£100-150)



“Ecurie Ecosse – David Murray and the legendary Scottish motor racing team” By Eric Dymock. Definitive.

Estimate Price: (e£100-125)



JaguarSport Momo steering wheel. NOS and out of production. Not seen often on the open market.

Estimate Price: (e£150-200)



An NOS Jaguar “Recommended Lubricants” plate. Not sure which car this is for.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)



Spare Parts Catalogue for XK120 FHC. Pub no J/11. Dated June 1953.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)



A sketch of Le Mans 1955 by Italian artist and Jaguar-owner Francesco Scianna. Shows Fangio’s Mercedes in hot pursuit of Mike Hawthorn through the Esses.

Estimate Price: (e£200-250)



A concept drawing of a Jaguar mascot with the Mark VII in mind. Most unusually this is from the Joseph Lucas Styling Dept. Dated August 1950.

Estimate Price: (e£150-200)



Set of 6 place mats in oak box. Each mat has a Roy Nockolds image of a Jaguar competition success in the 1950s. Catches and hinges faulty.

Estimate Price: (e£250-300)



A collection of items related to the XJR-15 and the Intercontinental Challenge. Includes that superb photo of all 50 cars lined up on the Silverstone straight at the press preview before the Challenge launch.

Estimate Price: (e£100-125)



“Travels with a Jaguar” by Amos Ball. Privately printed in 1954. The first book published anywhere in the world on the theme of “My Jaguar and I”. A “must have” for the Jaguar bibliophile! Very rare.

Estimate Price: (e£100-125)



Mark V rev counter with integral clock. Shows the distinctive style of numerals unique to the Mark V.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)



Two original XJ40 concept drawings for the “Motor” magazine. Provenance from the “Motor” archive.

Estimate Price: (e£150-175)