A/101

“XJ13. The definitive story of the Jaguar Le Mans car and the V12 engine that powered it” by Peter Wilson, one of the engineers who built the car.

Sold Price: £505

This is number 38 of 100 from the scarce leather-bound collector’s limited edition. Signed by Peter. Mint book in Fine slipcase and rare thus.

A/102

Superb original oil painting from Jaguar Club Denmark.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Tight focus on left-hand lights of Series 1 E-type. “Norman” at top. Small metal tab in centre of base “Jaguar Club Denmark”. Fine.

Section A/5

A rare and unusually comprehensive collection of various service bulletins

A rare and unusually comprehensive collection of various service bulletins. This sort of documentation is fundamental to any research on the cars and their development over the years.

A/103

Jaguar Service Bulletins “Volume 2” (1960-1972 series) Named “Volume 2” since this followed the first “Volume” of Service Bulletins issued between 1946 and 1959, this is a very large collection of original Jaguar service bulletins filed in three binders with original separator cards.

Sold Price: £280

This series of bulletins spans 1960 through to 1972 and therefore encompasses some of Jaguar’s most iconic cars. Whilst the condition of a few of the bulletins is poor, the vast majority range from fair to very good condition (with date stamps and handwritten annotations present on some). Some inevitable grease marks are also present! Two original binders are present plus a third non-original binder. The two original binders are, correctly, a first edition and continuation binder. Good and VG.

A/104

Jaguar/Daimler IMPART Bulletins (1970-1973 series).

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

An original nearly full binder containing a broken span of original and photocopied bulletins spanning 1970-1973. These cover the Series 1 XJ6 / XJ12 and Series 3 E-Type with some bulletins covering earlier models such as the Jaguar MK IX. Good//Very Good condition (Binder Fair/Good) with a full set of original separator cards.

A/105

Jaguar USA Technical Service Bulletins – 1969-1973.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

A collection of USA Jaguar Technical Service bulletins in a broken run spanning 1969-1973. Measuring 3cm thick and containing over 110 original and photocopied bulletins, this covers all models of that period. Good/Very Good condition.

A/106

Jaguar USA Administration Bulletins 1986-1993.

Estimate Price: (e£70-90)

A thick volume of rare Jaguar USA Administration Bulletins covering tools, recalls, warranty information and other dealer related subjects. The majority of the bulletins are originals with some period photocopied bulletins present too. Good/Very Good condition. Original separator cards in non-original binder.

A/107

Jaguar USA Technical Service Bulletins 1986.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

A set of period photocopied Jaguar USA Technical Service Bulletins from 1986. Forty eight bulletins present covering XJ6 & XJS models for that year. Good.

A/108

Jaguar USA Technical Bulletins 1987-1997.

Estimate Price: (e£150-200)

Filed across three separate volumes, this lot consists of hundreds of USA Technical Bulletins spanning the period 1987 to 1997 with coverage of Jaguar XJS, XJ6 S3 and XJ40 models. A mix of original and period photocopied bulletins. Good / V Good condition. Original separator cards. in non-original binders.

A/109

A rare miscellany comprising two USA Supersession Lists, two Quick Reference Guides, separate Fuel Injection/Carburettor Component and Exhaust Component publications, a USA XJ6 1988 Model Year Initial Parts Price List and a series of eight rare BL Service Division Dealer Training guides (largely period photo-copies)

Estimate Price: (e£90-120)

Good to VG. Rare individually, let alone in this quantity.

Section A/6

A Rare Collection of Technical Books for Jaguar Cars

A rare collection of technical books for Jaguar cars, including handbooks, service manuals and parts catalogues. Several still in their boxes, many in fine, unread condition.

A/110

Salesman’s maroon pocket “Data Book” providing details of the XK120, including the “Special Equipment” models, and the Mark Vll.

Sold Price: £450

A May 1954 price list is included. What moves this item into “hen’s teeth” country is that the Data Book and price list are contained in the original hard-backed maroon slip-in cover. This is only the third such cover I have seen and one of those was in my own collection! Very Rare. Fine.

A/111

“Jaguar XK140 Explored” by Bernard Viart.

Sold Price: £662

One of Bernard’s superb trio of books exploring the XK sports cars. This is the first edition published 2010 and is the rarest of the three books by a long way and is much sought-after. Paul Skilleter, the publisher, has confirmed that this book will not be reprinted. Dedication to former owner on flyleaf. VG nr Fine.

A/112

XK140 Handbook.

Sold Price: £120

Ref E/101/2. Includes red-top maintenance chart. Sl rub lower left o/w Fine. Unread and very rare in this condition.

A/113

E-type Series 1 Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£150-175)

Ref E/112/6. Includes red-top maintenance chart. Exceptionally Fine condition and appears to be unread. Very rare thus.

A/114

SS Cars 2 ½ Litre Spare Parts Book.

Sold Price: £63

1936/7. Has seen use. Rare. Good.

A/115

1 ½ Litre Spare Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Ref J1. November 1946. Covers cars from 1938 to 1946. Incorporates many amendments. VG.

A/116

3.8 E-type Grand Touring Models Service Manual.

Sold Price: £75

Ref E/123/8. Four-ring binder. This manual relates only to cars with the 3.8 litre engine. Fine. Unread and rare in the condition.

A/117

2.4 Litre Mk 2 & 240 Spare Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100 for the pair)

Ref J33. Two unused copies. Both still in Jaguar boxes. Both Fine.

A/118

Mk Vll Models Spare Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Ref J31. July 1957. (2nd Edition) Hard-backed 2-ring binder. Fine. Unread.

A/119

XK150 & XK150S Models Spare Parts Catalogue Volume 2.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Ref J29/2. Dated Dec 1960. Plastic ring-binder, with the logo and the word “Jaguar” raised on the cover. Title-page loose, sl wear to early pages of catalogue. This volume focuses on bodywork the automatic transmission unit and the overdrive unit. XK150S items are listed separately. VG.

A/120

Mark 2 – 2.4/3.4/3.8 litre Service Manual.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E/121/7. Still in original Jaguar box. Fine.

A/121

Mark 2 – 2.4/3.4/3.8 litre Service Manual.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E/121/7. See Lot 120 just above. New but not Boxed. VG nr Fine.

A/122

“Jaguar Calendar Collection”.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

A collection of individually-mounted cards, each showing one month’s airbrush image from Jaguar’s series of official calendars during the 1980s. Beautifully presented in a leather binder, with the cards mounted on fine laid paper with tissue paper interleaving. The artist was air-brush specialist John Beecham, sadly no long with us but whose place in the Jaguar pantheon has been secured by his timeless cover image for the E-type launch brochure – one of the most distinctive brochure designs of all time. Housed in its original box which has seen wear. Fine.

A/123

3.8 Litre Mk 2 Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

E.115/10. Includes black-top maintenance chart. Fine. Unread and rare in this condition.

A/124

3.8 Litre Mk 2 Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

Ref E.115/10. This is a very rare copy with a hard-backed buckram binding and the only one I have ever seen! It came from Jaguar and I suspect this was either created with a VIP customer in mind, or a sample sent by a binder hoping for new business. Fine. Unread. Very rare, possibly unique.

A/125

An unusually comprehensive owner’s pack for the 240 in its original plastic wallet.

Sold Price: £120

Includes – handbook ref E147/1, maintenance vouchers (some used), running-in booklet, JDC booklet, tyre safety brochure and lubrication chart. VG.

A/126

3.4 and 3.8 S-type Models.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Service Manual. Ref E133. Unused and still in original Jaguar box. Fine.

A/127

Two 420 Service Manuals.

Estimate Price: (e£60-80 the pair)

Both ref E/143/2. One in original. box. Both Fine.

A/128

420 Spare Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Ref J30. September 1967. 4-ring binder. Fine. Unread and rare in the condition.

A/129

1 ½ Litre handbook 1947/48.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Dated – 3/12/47. Old price pencilled on title page. Back cover easing from spine. Appears unread. VG.

A/130

2.4 Mark 2 Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E117/9. Includes black-top maintenance chart. Faint mark on cover o/w Fine. Unread and rare in this condition.

A/131

3.4 Mark Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E116/10. Includes black-top maintenance chart and loose note on “Anti-Theft Sterring Column Lock”. Lower R/H corner bumped and some age browning. Appears to be unread. VG.

A/132

340 Handbook.

Sold Price: £51*

Ref E148/1. Includes black-top maintenance chart. Cover spotted and rubbed with some age-browning. VG.

A/133

Series 3 V12 E Type Handbook.

Sold Price: £75

Ref E160/4. Has seen some wear o/w VG.

A/134

420 Handbook 1972.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E137/4. Includes black-top maintenance chart. Fine. Unread and rare thus.

A/135

420G Handbook.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E139/3. Includes black-top maintenance chart and wiring diagram. Fine. Unread and rare thus.

A/136

4.2 Mark 10 Handbook.

Sold Price: £50

E/129/1. Includes – red/black maintenance chart, loose note on “Anti-Theft Sterring Column Lock” and loose note on “Chrome Plate Maintenance.” Fine. Unread and rare thus.

A/137

Series 2 E-type Interim Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Ref IPL 5. Covers all Series 2 models. Comb-bound reprint. Owners of Series 2 cars will know how difficult it is to find this sort of literature for their cars. Fine. Unread. Rare.

A/138

240 and 340 Models Service Manual for Model 35 Automatic Transmission.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref E/150/2. Unused copy. Fine.

A/139

Series 3 E-type 2+ 2 Open & FHC Spare Parts Catalogue.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Ref RTC 9015. This is the original Jaguar catalogue, not a Brooklands reprint. Some rubs and minor creasing. VG.

A/140

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

Estimate Price: (e£40-50 the trio)

Haynes. 2001. The definitive book on the man behind it all and this one is rather special! It was signed by many who took part in the 7-day Blackpool to Coventry Rally in 2001 to celebrate the centenary of Sir William’s birth. Signatures include the likes of Mary Rimmel, Sir William’s daughter. Michael Quinn, grandson, and Norman Dewis. Also includes programmes for this run and for the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the Jaguar marque. VG.

A/141

Supplement to the Mark VII and XK120 Service Manual for the XK150 and XK150S.

Sold Price: £40

An important document for owners of these cars as the information contained is difficult to find elsewhere. The Service Manual is at Lot 358. VG.

Section A/7

Lloyd Johnson’s Fine Collection of Jaguar Formula 1 Automobila

Lloyd Johnson’s fine collection of Jaguar Formula 1 automobilia. This starts with two very rare race wheels from Jaguar Racing car R1, then adds signed artwork and several models.

A/142

Front and rear race wheels by BBS as fitted to the F1 Jaguar Racing R1 car.

Sold Price: £600

They are both in Fine, nr Mint condition and were almost certainly spares that were never raced. A very unusual opportunity.

A/143

”Return of the Cat” – a print by Colin Carter.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

A limited edition no 63 of 250. Large at 41 x 34. Mounted, framed and glazed – has slipped v sl in the mount, but easily fixed. Fine.

A/144

“Jaguar Formula 1 Debut” – a print by Juan Carlos Ferrino.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Limited edition no 412/500. 28 x 25. Mounted, framed and glazed. Fine.

A/145

“Return of the Cat” – a print by M J Thompson.

Sold Price: £60

Shows Eddie Irvine’s drive in the 2000 Monaco Grand Prix Limited edition no 357/500. Signed by the artist, Mounted, framed and glazed. Fine.

A/146

“Green Giant” – a print by M J Thompson.

Sold Price: £84

Limited edition no 39/500. Tall and thin at 14 x 35. Signed by the artist. Mounted, framed and glazed. Fine.

A/147

“Shades of Green – Eddie Irvine” – a print by Martin F. Tibbs.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Limited edition no 18/100. 22 x 18. Mounted, framed and glazed – has slipped slightly in the mount, but easily fixed. Fine.

A/148

“Beauty and the Beast” – a print by Barry Rowe.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Limited edition no 506/850. 25 x 25. Mounted, framed and glazed. Fine.

A/149

“Jaguar XJ12C – 2nd Nürburgring 1977, Andy Rouse/Derek Bell” – a print by Keith Woodcock.

Sold Price: £50

Signed by Andy Rouse and the artist. Limited edition no 140/250. 24 x 18. Mounted, framed and glazed. Fine.

A/150

Autographs of Eddie Irvine and Johnny Herbert, plus framed group of postage stamps bearing Jaguars.

Estimate Price: (e£75-90 the Lot)

The two autographs are framed and glazed along with a related photo. The stamps celebrate Jaguar’s 60th Anniversary in 1982 and are signed by John Egan. They include the rare E-type stamp from the 1961 “British Technology” set. Fine.