A superbly preserved 1975 Ferrari Dino 246GTS – Maranello’s first (unbadged) mid-engined production car. This one has just 8,300 miles and two happy owners on the clock.
Currently accepting bids. Hurry.
A pristine, dandelion yellow 1997 McLaren F1 – with a mere 239km on the clock from factory testing, its the lowest milage car of its type in existence.
Recently sold at auction (for an undisclosed price, most likely north of 13 million) having been untouched, undriven and unregistered for two decades.
A 1978 V8 Aston Martin Vantage: sold that year to a customer in British Columbia, later bought by an avid collector and upgraded in 2005 from its original 5.4l (170mph) engine configuration to a 6.0l, 500bhp powerplant.
Currently accepting bids for auction next month by Sotheby’s at Monterey.
A 1964 Citroën DS 19 Decapotable – its shark-like, low-drag chassis (designed by coachbuilder Henri Chapron) underpinned by Citroën’s (cutting edge at the time) self levelling hydro-pneumatic suspension, power assisted brakes, clutch and steering.
The autograph book of Jammet’s restaurant which is up for auction
Jammet’s autograph book is up for auction for €1,500 – €2,500 on April 26 in Sheppard’s of Durrow. The collection includes the signatories of WB Yeats , Countess Markievicz and Sir William Orpen, KBE, RA, RHA, including a self portrait (in pencil!) of Sir Orpen.
The collection of autographs, drawings, and paintings were collected in the first quarter of the 20th century by Mary Margaret (Polly) Moore (1884-1924) while employed at Jammet’s Restaurant, Dublin.
At least put on some Xmas stockings.
Dublin polymath Conor Horgan writes:
I am raffling a limited edition print of my photograph ‘Lovers’ today at 6pm. To be in the draw please send proof of a donation to an Irish homeless charity (minimum €10) to firstname.lastname@example.org by six o’clock. Winner will be chosen at random and announced on my Facebook here. Print will be posted tomorrow, anywhere in the world. 50 x 40cm limited edition archival print on giclee paper.
On the 29th of this month – the day the final episode airs – online auction site Screenbid will be selling a huge range of props and memorabilia from Breaking Bad: everything from Skyler White’s jeep, Walt’s Aztek and Jesse Pinkman’s Toyota Tercel to Hector Salamanco’s bell and exploded wheelchair, Pollos Hermanos batter buckets, Jesse’s hazmat suit, the pink teddy bear from the aircrash and (be still, oh meth-addled hearts) Walter’s giant underpants.
Full auction list (with deceptively low starting bids) here.