Known as the “Preserving the Automobile” auction, Bonhams’ October 5 sale in Philadelphia focuses on authentic, historically accurate and unrestored motorcars. Headliners include three pre-Great War automobiles from America and Great Britain: a 1907 Stearns 60hp tourer (Bonhams estimate: $650k–$850k); a 1908 Rainer Model D 45/50hp tourer ($250k–$350k); and a 1913 Napier Type 44 six-cylinder tourer ($150k–$180k).
View all the consignments here.
Star cars at Bonhams’ September 26 Frederiksen Auction include a 1933 Maybach DS-8 Zeppelin Cabriolet (Bonhams estimate: $3m–$3.6m), a 1914 Mercedes 28/95 Phaeton ($1.5m–$2m) and a 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Special Roadster ($980k–$1.4m). The sale takes place in Ebeltoft, Denmark. View all the cars here.
Sports Car Market Publisher Keith Martin has received the first annual Ed Herrmann Award. The award pays homage to Edward Herrmann, who had a profound impact on the car collecting community and on the Kirkland Concours d’Elegance, now known as the Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance. Hermann was the Concours emcee for many years. Publisher Martin received the award at the Concours on Sunday, September 13.
SCM Publisher Keith Martin returns to France this weekend for the Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille event, taking place September 6 in Chantilly. Martin serves as a concours judge for Citroën Special Bodyworks. (The SCM Collection does include a Méhari after all.) Other classes include:
• The Untouched Open Cars from the Interwar Period
• The Untouched Closed Cars from the Interwar Period
• Tribute to Bugatti: the Racing cars
• The Iconoclastic Interiors
• The Famous Ladies’ Cars
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