Shopping from home has not been halted by the coronavirus pandemic and H&H Classics reports a 97 percent sell-through rate for its recent online Automobilia auction.
“The fact that the result was achieved during this difficult time for the country and the world speaks volumes about online sales as a powerful phenomenon in the tradition bound auction world,” H&H Classics head of Automobilia, Adam Sykes, was quoted in the company’s news release.
“We were delighted with the sale. We had an astonishing 2,648 separate bids.”
Overall, the online event generated £132,319.50 ($164,125). The top sale of the event was a 46-piece toolkit from a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost which went for £4,830 ($5,998).
A large, framed and autographed photograph of Marilyn Monroe sitting in front of a Chrysler sold for £1,495 ($1,857).