The former homes of the late Sir Jimmy Savile have gone on the market - and are expected to raise around £1m for charity.
A headstone has been unveiled at Sir Jimmy Savile's grave in Scarborough today
More than 1000 bidders have registered for the auction of Sir Jimmy's belongings. His family hope it will raise £300,000 for charity.
549 lots will be auctioned throughout the day at the Royal Armouries. Jimmy's Rolls Royce Corniche convertible is expected to go for between £60,000 and £90,000 but some buyers are saying it could go for much more.
More than 1000 bidders have registered for the auction of Sir Jimmy's belongings today. His family hope it will raise more than £300,000 for charity.
Hundreds of items belonging to Sir Jimmy Savile are going on public display ahead of an auction to sell them later this month. The auction will raise funds for his charitable trust.
Hundreds of possessions of the late Sir Jimmy Savile go under the hammer for charity later this month, amassed over the entertainer's incredible 85-year life.
The rare Rolls-Royce - which is arguably the jewel in the auction's crown - has gone on display at the showroom where Sir Jimmy bought it back in 2005. Sally Simpson went along to take a look.
A rare Rolls-Royce belonging to Sir Jimmy Savile has gone on show ahead of an auction of the souvenirs of his life. The dark silver Corniche, which has just four and half thousand miles on the clock, has returned to the Leeds showroom from where Sir Jimmy bought it.
The Leeds-born DJ and TV personality still owned the car when he died last year. It's one of the most attractive lots in the sale which will raise funds for his charitable trust.
A rare Rolls-Royce Corniche convertible owned by the late Sir Jimmy Savile has returned home to car dealers JCT600 in Leeds where it is being displayed ahead of a charity auction of Sir Jimmy’s personal effects to be held on 30 July.
The ‘Last of Line’ limited edition was number 46 in a run of just 56 cars worldwide which marked the end of 56 years of production of both Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars built together in Crewe before Rolls-Royce production moved to Goodwood in 2002.
Sir Jimmy bought the dark silver coloured car from JCT600 in 2007. The interior leather is finished in cream with French navy piping to the seats and it has a blue mohair hood.
It comes complete with Sir Jimmy’s signature, a gold plated (rather than the usual silver) ‘spirit of ecstasy’ flying lady symbol on the front of the bonnet. With less than 4,500 miles on the clock, the car has a guide price of £60,000 to £90,000.