IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE LONDON TO BRIGHTON VETERAN CAR RUN

Celebrating its 16th anniversary, RM Sotheby’s returns to London for its annual auction on 5 November, with preview on 4 November. This year, the sale is being elevated to new heights with a spectacular new venue - Marlborough House, a Grade 1 listed mansion in the exclusive St James’s area of central London, originally constructed by John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. The London sale is known for its exciting atmosphere and eclectic breadth of cars from imposing veterans to modern supercars, and this year’s auction promises to be an outstanding sale in one of the most imposing locations in the city. 

A hugely important element of the sale is RM Sotheby’s title sponsorship of the annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, held in partnership with the Royal Automobile Club. The Run is the oldest car event anywhere in the world, celebrating its 126th anniversary in 2022, and is the world’s largest and most evocative gathering of veteran cars, attracting hundreds of entries from all around the globe. RM Sotheby’s is excited to host its sale on the eve of the Veteran Car Run in conjunction with the partnership and will collaborate with the Royal Automobile Club across a number of events and activities in the proceeding days. 

Those interested in consigning cars to this long-established and exciting sale are asked to contact an RM Car Specialist to discuss opportunities.

 

Schedule
Friday, 4 November 2022
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

PREVIEW

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

DRINK RECEPTION

Saturday, 5 November 2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

PREVIEW

4:00 pm

AUCTION

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AUCTION LOCATION

Marlborough House
Entrance via the Garden Gate
Marlborough Road
London, UK
SW1Y 5HX

CLIENT SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION CONTACTS

Juliette Courbin

Client Liaison London, United Kingdom

Languages: English, French, Spanish

Amy O'Brien

Auction Administrator London, United Kingdom

Languages: English

 

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