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  • The world’s first sports car and a 1926 Rolls Royce known as the “Phantom of Love” are just two of the 29 highlighted cars worth more than $500,000 that will be auctioned off at Bonhams Auction House’s Bond St. sale. Most of the cars up for auction are early 20th century models, enough to leave even the most experienced collector in awe. The bidding begins Dec. 4th.<br><br> A 1914 Sports Torpedo called "Prince Henry" is seen at Bonham's auction house in London, Dec. 2, 2016.
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  • An employee cleans a 1914 "Prince Henry" Vauxhall, with an estimated price of $630,700-760,000, during a photocall to promote the forthcoming Bond Street Sale at Bonhams auctioneers in London, Dec. 2, 2016.
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  • At the time of its creation, the 1914 Vauxhall "Prince Henry," seen here, was the fastest car, reaching top speeds of just over 80 mph.
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  • A 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster, estimated to be sold for £1,000,000-1,200,000 (approximately $1.2 - 1.5 million), is seen here.
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  • The 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster, designed by the New York-based, Austrian luxury car importer Max Hoffman who pushed the car manufacture into production, is the model credited with transforming the image of Mercedes-Benz in North America.
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  • When tested in 1955, the 300 SL could go from 0 to 60 mph in 7 1/2 seconds with a top speed of 140 mph.
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  • An employee prepares a 1957 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster, with an estimated price $1.25-1.5 million, for auction in London, Dec. 2, 2016.
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  • A Bonham's staff employee, with a 1926 Rolls Royce Phantom, is seen at Bonham's auction house in London, Britain, Dec. 2, 2016.
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  • The 1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom or "Phantom of Love," was built in 1926 for the American businessman Clarence Gasque, as a gift for his wife.
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  • The Rococo interior features floral scroll work and cherubic children at play throughout the interior of the coach.
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  • JH Barnett was lead designer of the "Phantom" and featured highly polished satinwood veneer paneling and a rear seat upholstered in fine tapestries imported from central France.
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  • The unique Rolls-Royce Phantom built in 1926 for the American businessman Clarence Gasque is seen here with exposed driver’s seat.
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  • The unique lighting supports were designed to reflect the French ancestry of Gasque and the romantic style of the Rococo period.
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  • An employee at Bonhams auctioneers is seen next to the 1926, Rolls Royce Phantom I "The Phantom of Love," Dec. 2, 2016, in London.
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  • The Jaguar XK120, seen here, was introduced in 1948 at Earls Court Motor Show and was produced until 1954.
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  • The first Jaguar XK120 was owned by an actor from California named Allan Jones, who is best known for roles in "Show Boat" and the Marx Brothers' "A Night at the Opera."
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  • The original color scheme for the 1950 Jaguar XK120, seen here, was a pastel blue exterior and red leather interior with a fawn skin soft-top.
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