Preliminary sales totals out of Amelia Island sit at a record $126m — up 24% from last year’s $102,044,750* — and that figure is sure to swell over the coming days as additional sales are announced.
Selections from The Jerry Seinfeld Collection earned a combined $22,244,500 at Gooding & Company, and a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder (pictured) was the most expensive lot of the week at $17,160,000. In all, 69 of 79 Gooding lots sold (87%) for $60,162,150 total. Read More
Leake Auction Company shattered previous Oklahoma City auction records at their February 19–21 sale, hitting a $12,491,435 total, with 452 of 551 vehicles sold (82%). At the conclusion of the three-day sale, a 2005 Ford GT was the top seller at $303,600, including buyer’s premium.
View complete results here.
Five auctions take place during the second weekend in March. The auctions all happen near the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Here is our roundup of headliners:
A 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Spezial Cabriolet A gets top billing at RM Sotheby’s on March 12 (pictured above; RM Sotheby’s estimate: $3m–$4m). View all the lots here. View the digital catalog here.
Gooding & Company offers a 1959 Porsche 718 RSK from the Jerry Seinfeld Collection on Read More