H&H weaved their traditional Buxton magic this week (June 9/10) and delivered some excellent results from their latest sale of collectors’ vehicles and related ephemera, the total proceeds of which were c.£1million.
Eighty three per cent of the motorcycles changed hands, of which the rare and immaculate 1955 Vincent Black Prince was always going to be the top seller. In fact, to much applause it returned £54,635 against an estimate of £30,000-35,000. The charming 1930 Panther 500 also exceeded expectations at £5,798, as did the 1953 350cc BSA Gold Star at £7,526. Even though it couldn’t be ridden home, the astonishing wooden replica of a Harley Davidson Road King made a very deserving £2,564.