FEBRUARY is set to be a busy month for Dorset based Charterhouse Auctioneers.

On February 2 there will be specialist auctions of classic and vintage motorbikes followed by auctions of classic and vintage cars on February 9.

A 1958 BSA Goldstar will feature in the classic motorbike auction on February 2.

This 500 cc British bike was known to be amongst the fastest, hand built production bikes in the 1950’s.

Today, this 62 year old BSA has been fully re-built to concours standards by its owner and is estimated to sell for £20,000-25,000.

Also from the same owner comes a top British marque; a 1973 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow.

Originally supplied by the legendary Jack Barclay Ltd of London, this Rolls-Royce has covered just 51,000 miles from new.

With only six owners in 47 years, and in current ownership since 2001, it is in wonderful original condition and estimated to sell for £10,000-12,000.

Both auctions are being held at The Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet.

Viewing for the classic and vintage motorbike auction, held in conjunction with the Carole Nash Classic Motorbike Show, is on February 1.

Viewing for the classic and vintage car auction, being held in conjunction with the Footman James Classic Car Show, is taking place on February 8.

Charterhouse are accepting late entries for these specialist motoring auctions and entries for their auction of silver, jewellery, watches, wine, port and whisky on February 6 and 7.

Alternatively you can see all the items for auction via the catalogue on www.charterhouse-auction.com where live internet bidding is also available.

For further information regarding these specialist auctions, or to arrange a home visit, contact Matthew Whitney or Richard Bromell and the team of experts at Charterhouse on: 01935 812277.

Or email info@charterhouse-auction.com