One notable result was a bid of £750 on a bound volume of just the August to December 1920 issues of The Motor-Owner.
Sadly, only the plain blue later binding was available for illustration, so shown here instead are two examples from one of many lots featuring weekly issues of The Motor to give a period flavour of those motoring times. They were part of a lot offering just 22 issues from the year 1929, in variable condition, that sold for £240.
In another section of what was a much larger series of these Somerset auctions a number of far, far higher predicted sums were paid for job lots of old railway tickets.
All lots were given a notional estimate of £100-200, but on two occasions bidding on them got up to £6500.
One of those lots offered eight albums of tickets issued on Southern Region lines.