Cars, Fueling Excuses for Accessories Shopping for Generations


This weekend hundreds of Brits will throw on their best Brideshead-looking kit and head to see the world's most beautiful sports cars race at the annual Goodwood Revival. To coincide with the event, Bonhams will be auctioning off loads of autos (see the next post) and the accessories everyone would need to make them complete. Here are a few of my favorites:

Lot 130† | A Veteran Leather Cased Picnic Set For Four Persons, by Drew & Sons, £1,500 - 2,000 ($2,400-3,200)

£500 – 700 ($810-1,100)

Lot 110† | An Edwardian Leather-Cased Set Of Bartholomew's Road Maps For Scotland, Circa 1905, £800 - 1,200 ($1,300-1,900)

Lot 138† | A Leather-Cased Cocktail Set For Six Persons, By James Dixon & Sons, Circa 1910, £3,000 - 4,000 ($4,800-6,500)

Lot 96 | A Herbert Johnson Racing Helmet, Formerly The Property Of 'Bob' Roberts Obe,
£700 – 900 ($1,100-1,500)

Lot 122 | A Hermes Suitcase, Circa 1930, £1,200 - 1,400 ($1,900 - 2,300)

Lot 94 | A Twin-Bladed Wooden Propeller, Circa 1917, £600 – 800 ($970-1,300)
  
Lot 48 | A Collection of 17 Original Ferrari Yearbooks, £3,800 - 4,500 (US$ 6,100 - 7,300)

Lot 114 | Louis Vuitton Steamer Bag, Circa 1960, £1,000 - 1,200 ($1,600-1,900)

Lot 107 | A Moynat Suitcase, Circa 1910, £600 – 800 ($970-1,300)

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