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Tue, 29 Apr 2008
H&H will be travelling to another new venue for its next sale on 8 June 2008. Situated just minutes from Guildford town centre, Loseley House was built at the instruction of Queen Elizabeth I in 1562, and was visited by Her Majesty several times thereafter. Within easy reach of the M25 motorway, Guildford mainline railway station (just 30mins from London Waterloo) and Heathrow and Gatwick airports, the imposing manor house and its landscaped grounds are the perfect setting for an example of that most aristocratic of marques, Bugatti.

Supplied new to Swiss agent Bucar SA and clothed by Carrosserie Graber, chassis 57443 has been in the current Dutch ownership since 1962. Believed but not warranted to be a one-off, its sports saloon coachwork boasts 'pillarless' construction, concealed rear door handles & hinges and sculpted swage lines. Still retaining its original leather upholstery, the Type 57 is offered for sale in unrestored condition and carries a saleroom estimate of £100,000 - £120,000.

For more information please contact:
H&H Auctions Ltd
Tel: 01925 730630


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