Original XK 140 radiator badge.

Sold Price: £378.00

NOS from the stock of a retired dealer and the enamel is in beautiful condition. Fine nr Mint.


The stylish and elegant badge of Philip Porter’s XK Club.

Sold Price: £80.00

5 x 3½. Fine and has seen minimal time on a car.


JaguarSport Momo steering wheel.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

NOS and out of production. Date 11.89. Seldom seen on the open market, especially in this excellent condition. Fine.


Lynx paddock coat.

Sold Price: £205.00

Only available from Lynx Engineering. If you own an XJS Eventer or one of their superb recreations of Jaguar racers, this is for you. Shower-proof polyester. Windproof buttoned flap over front zip. Two side and one inside pocket – all zipped. Hood inside collar. Size – L. Fine, unworn and with all original labels.


A superb copy of the “Prince Michael” mascot as fitted to the first 3.5 litre SS100, which was bought by officers of Royal Romanian Air Force for Prince Michael on his 17th birthday.

Sold Price: £315.00

Only two original mascots are known – the one on Prince Michael’s car and the other on the 3.5 SS Jaguar saloon belonging to his father, King Carol. 7 inches long and with a square mounting post. The detail is excellent as is the chrome-plating. Unused. Mint.


Two circular grilles.

Sold Price: £121.00

Part number BD11461. As fitted to the fronts of several Jaguars including Mark 1. Mark 7, Mark 9 and Mark 10. Both VG.


Genuine “Speedline” wheel for TWR cars.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

NOS and still with original packing. Jaguar Sport part no SPC 1001.


A most unusual offering!

Sold Price: £197.00

This item is one half of a die used to create Version 2 Jaguar mascot. Two additional casting items are included. A rare and important set of curios for any mascot collector. VG.


“Shelley” adjustable spanner for the XK 120 tool kit.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Has seen only slight wear and the jaws open smoothly. VG.


Invitation from Lord & Lady Bruce to all members of the Ecurie Ecosse Association to an International Ball at their home, Broomhall near Dunfermline on 30 April 1966

Estimate Price: (e£50-£75)

A rare survivor. Mounted. Fine.


A group of six Daimler badges.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50 the Lot)

Unused. Fine.


Jaguar XJR-15 by Spark – 1/43 scale.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

A well-detailed model in line with Spark’s reputation. Mint. Boxed.


A group of six Jaguar boot badges.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50 the Lot)

Unused. Fine.


“Norman Dewis OBE of Jaguar” – Paul Skilleter’s fine biography of Norman.

Estimate Price: (e£100-125)

This is a big book. 9 x 12 and 575 pages long. Now out of print. The book is a balanced blend of inter-related stories – Norman’s life and career, the development of a world-beating range of cars, a different angle to the story of Jaguar Cars and, above all, of the team of people Norman worked with at the Jaguar. This unique career was crowned when Norman was appointed an OBE in 2015.  Fine.


“Jaguar E-type Six Cylinder Restoration & Originality Guide” by Haddock.

Estimate Price: (e£30-40)

Haynes. 1991. 224 pp. 8 x 11 The first edition. Fine.


“The Jaguar Scrapbook” by Philip Porter, Haynes.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

1989. First edition. As one of the top Jaguar writers in the world, Philip has assembled an amazing collection of Jaguar automobilia from the earliest days of the company and he presents an intriguing selection here. A superb enhancement of this particular copy is the wide-ranging set of autographs the previous owner has assembled – each alongside a photograph of the signer! They include – Pat Quin, daughter of Sir William and her son Michael, John Coombs, Dick Skipworth who assembled all those Ecurie Ecosse vehicles, “Whizzo” Williams, Damian Hill and Norman Dewis. Fine.


“Touch Wood!” Duncan Hamilton’s autobiography written with Lionel Scott.

Sold Price: £71.00

This is the 2000 edition, up-dated by Doug Nye and a consistently good read. Signed by Duncan in his usual strong blue felt-tip – “With Kind and Best Wishes, Duncan Hamilton”. Fine.


“Jaguar – the History of a Great British Car” by Andrew Whyte.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Special edition published for Jaguar Cars in 1980. Signed dedication by Andrew – “George, with best wishes”. Also signed by Lofty England and Bob Tullius of Group 44 in the States.  VG.


“The Sports Car Collection – A Personal Endeavour” by Christian J Jenny.

Sold Price: £115.00

Chris’s superbly- produced celebration of his wonderful collection of Jaguars and SS Cars. Fine book in Fine slip-case.


“Les Metamorphoses du Jaguar” by Roland Urban.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

1993. A former French paratrooper, Roland was a luminary of the French Jaguar scheme in the 80s and 90s. His particular speciality was Jaguars that had been modified or adapted by others – for better or for worse! His own collection was unique and he ranged far and wide in his research for this book. It is made particularly accessible by being bi-lingual in English and French, though his translator was clearly not a native English-speaker. Unique, rare and fascinating. Fine.


“Jaguar” by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu.

Sold Price: £55.00

A slip-cased special edition especially bound for Jaguar’s 75 Anniversary in 2010. This is No 27 and signed by Lord Montagu. Fine. Not seen very often.


“Sir William Lyons – The Official Biography” by Philip Porter and Paul Skilleter.

Estimate Price: (e£15-20)

Haynes 2001. The definitive book on the man behind it all. VG.


“International Jaguar E-type Register – Directory of Vehicles & Owners”.

Estimate Price: (e£15-20)

This is the 40th anniversary edition for 2001. Rare.


“Jaguar – the definitive history of a Great British Car” by Andrew Whyte.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)

Patrick Stephens. 1985. Signed by Win Percy and rightly so too as the cover shows him driving the TWR XJS on its way to victory at Donnington, first time out in April 1984. VG.


“Fantastigues Jaguar” by Bernard Viart and Xavier de Nombel.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

EPA in 1992. 12 x 10. 208 pp. This is the superbly-bound hard-back edition, protected by a strong slip-case. Not to be confused with the later soft-back editions. Ranges widely across the cars from the first SS Cars days to the early 1990s as can be seen from the list of contents in the second photo. Excellent photography throughout – some contemporary, some modern. Mint book in Fine slip-case.


A full set of the five Jaguar “Super Profiles” by Haynes.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100 the Lot)

Three are by Andrew Whyte and one each by Paul Skilleter and Philip Porter. They cover the following cars – SS90 and SS100. D-type and XKSS. XK120 & XK140. E-type and Mark 2. Rare as a set. All VG.


XK120 FHC model by Prameta of Cologne.

Sold Price: £180.00

“Made in the British Zone of occupied Germany”. 6 inches long and 2 inches wide. Heavy in the hand. Powered by clockwork and an original “traffic policeman” key for the mechanism is present. Not seen very often, especially with an original key. VG.


Lynx “Eventer”.

Sold Price: £100.00

1:18 scale model by GT Spirit. Superb detail that can really be appreciated at this scale.  Mint. Boxed.


Showroom poster for the launch of the XJ12.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

31 x 21. Shows two cars on what looks like salt flats. Brown car regd no CVC 454L and maroon car regd no CWK 212K (wonder where they are now?). The “K” suffix is for 1971/72 so that is an early XJ12. VG.


XJ6 Showroom poster of blue XJ6 from the 1968 XJ launch pack.

Sold Price: £84.00

31 x 21. VG. Rare.


420G – an official full colour Jaguar showroom poster from the mid-1960s showing a very crisp studio shot of the 420G.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Measuring 31 x 21. Like those above, this poster is a convenient size for either the study or the garage. Sl surface creasing and marginal rubs that do not affect the image o/w VG. Not seen very often.


Rear spat for a Le Mans XJR9. In excellent condition and almost certainly a spare that has not been fitted to a car” Fine. (e£200-250)

Sold Price: £530.00


XJS Launch Press Pack. Embargoed to 10 September 1975.

Sold Price: £120.00

Unusually comprehensive set of contents including no fewer than 10 photos. Wallet VG. Contents VG to Fine.


Jaguar Christmas card for 1950.

Sold Price: £95.00

This was the year the company started to move from Foleshill to Browns Lane and the cover shows a superb aerial view of their new factory. Facsimile signature of William Lyons. Rare. Historic. VG nr Fine.


Jaguar Christmas card for 1951.

Sold Price: £70.00

Cover is Roy Nockolds’ painting of *Night-time at Le Mans”. Signed and dated by Lofty England, Fine. Rare with signature.


Jaguar Christmas card for 1959.

Sold Price: £30.00

Cover is George Bishop’s painting of the newly-launched Mark 2. Signed and dated by Lofty England. Fine. Rare with signature.


1960 Le Mans programme

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

The superb over-head photo by Frenchman Yves Debraine on the cover shows the start of the 1959 race with the Ecurie Ecosse Tojeiro-Jaguar, RSF 301, quickly away. RS. Internally fresh and unread.


An original red plastic sleeve for Series 1 E-type handbooks and with the correct winged logo.

Sold Price: £51.00

Not a modern copy. Fine.


Two lever-arch binders containing a broken run of Service Bulletins from 1960 to 1970 – scores of them!

Estimate Price: (e£250-300)

They are grouped rather haphazardly into (I suspect) the sections that were used most often in the garage that used to own this. The main parts included are engine, gear box, steering, suspension, brakes, body, fuel system and electrics. Cars covered are mainly – 3.8 & 4.2 Ser 1 E-type. Mark 2. S-type and Mark 10. Mark VII, VIII and IX also gain mentions, as do XK150 and XK150S. In addition to accurate dating of changes, these Bulletins also include tweaks and techniques that do not always make it into the workshop manuals and parts books. In good used condition and largely free of the usual scribbles and greasy finger-marks. If you need to know more before bidding, just mail me. VG


Chris Duggan’s print of the 1955 Le Mans-winning D-type.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)

22 x 16. No 25 of a limited edition of 650. Fine.


Poster for the 12th annual C-type and D-type tour in the States.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)

20 x 16. Fine.


Poster for the 9th annual C-type and D-type tour in the States.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)

22 x 28. Signed by Norman Dewis, with thanks. Fine.


Four signed photos of Norman Dewis at the wheel on an unidentified D-type.

Sold Price: £42.00



Stuart Spencer’s poster for the 50th anniversary of the Jaguar Drivers’ Club in 2006.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)

27 x 20. No 33 of a limited edition of 100. Signed by Spencer, Norman Dewis and one indecipherable. Fine.


Poster celebrating Norman Dewis.

Sold Price: £20.00

45 x 30. Dated 20 May 2013 and signed by Norman. Fine.


Stuart Spencer’s poster celebrating the 60th anniversary of the XK engine 1948 -2008. 20 x 14.

Estimate Price: (e£20-25)



Jigsaw of Tony Matthew’s superb D-type cut-away.

Sold Price: £21.00

Not assembled so sold untested but perfect for those long, dark winter nights! Fine.


Four different sets of Jaguar cuff-links – four different Christmas present problems solved in one swoop!

Sold Price: £70.00



An XK180 miscellany.

Estimate Price: (e£50-60)

Unreleased factory poster of the car alongside a D-type at Silverstone. Press photo of the car in a sylvan setting and an XK180 mouse mat. The poster is very rare and the first I have seen.


Pewter model of the XK180 on a wooden base.

Sold Price: £30.00

Not seen very often. Fine nr Mint.