H&H holds first sale at NMM

The first auction to be held by H&H at the National Motorcycle Museum took place June 2, with a fine selection of machines offered and many sold, with the top price going to a beautifully presented Indian four, knocked down at £52,000.

There were lots of reasonably priced vintage machines (the majority having lost their original registrations) while one of the stand-out lots, a 1929 side-valve Sunbeam renovated by restorer par excellence John Guy, fetched £9843.75.

A good selection of vintage machinery, mainly needing some fettling, was offered by H&H at the National Motorcycle Museum.
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