Mathewsons Auctions 2021
November 12 @ 5:30 pm - November 13 @ 4:00 pm
Due to the high volume of entries, Mathewson’s October auction will be held over two days.
Day 1:- Will be held on the evening of Friday 12th November. This will be for Lots 1 to 100 starting at 5.30 pm.
Day 2:- With lots from 101 onwards auctioned as normal the following day, Saturday 13th November starting at 9am.
Please note – the auction will again be held behind closed doors with bidding via telephone, internet and commission bids.
To bid by telephone or leave a commission bid please register with Mathewsons by completing a Bidders Registration Form.
Bidders who wish to use the telephone bidding option are requested to register before midday on the Thursday before the auction.
Or to bid on-line please register with one of the following;
Online Bidding will incur an additional 2.5% charge (plus VAT) on top of the auctioneers standard commission rates.
MATHEWSONS ARE OPEN FOR PRE-SALE VIEWINGS
To allow for the implementation and control of safety standards, attendees at the pre-sale viewings are requested to bring their own PPE. Please note if the showroom areas have a number of people viewing there may be a short waiting period before attendees are allowed to enter. Let common sense prevail so that we can all stay safe!
NB: Customer toilets will remain closed.
If you have purchased a vehicle and require information regards collection/delivery/storage – please email Mathewsons on:- email@example.com
Here are just a few of the lots that have been consigned to the November Auction
Mathewsons started normal car and commercial vehicle trading in 1970, in the Bedfordshire area.
In the late 1980’s the company followed family roots to North Yorkshire and established a couple of car sales agencies in the area.
Derek Mathewson, the founder of the business, has always had an interest in classic cars and motor bikes and started his own collection from an early age. This collection, which is continually being added to, forms the basis of the Museum at the Thornton Le Dale Premises. This location is were the famous auctions also take place.
In recent years the Classic & Vintage side of the business, instead of being something of a sideline, has now become the main focus. They embarked on the auction venture in 2011 and haven’t looked back since. To say that it has gone from strength to strength is an understatement, with several auctions of interesting automobiles, motor bikes and related memorabilia being held every year.
An Introduction –
The photo of the MG TD was taken by the publisher of carsceneinternational.com in 2016 and was in the Mathewsons Collection (Museum) at that time. Here is a link to the post from that visit –
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