Celebrating 25 Years of Publication, the New Classic Car Auction Yearbook 2017-2018 Edition Provides an Insider’s Perspective on Last Season’s $1.2 billion of turnover

October 25th, 2018

Authors Adolfo Orsi and Raffaele Gazzi explain key factors behind today’s “buyer’s market”, such as how foreign currency, no-reserve cars, and blue chip examples have played a role. “The first 226 cars (5.65% of the total) are more valuable than the remaining 4,002 sold in the season.” (See page 18) Historica Selecta honors RM Sotheby’s […]

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The New Edition of the Classic Car Auction Yearbook Reports on the 2016-2017 Season with Unprecedented Statistics Showing Long-term Gains and How to Interpret Today’s Buyer’s Market

Classic cars sold at auction exceed $1 billion in global turnover and the market continues to be led by the United States with 64% of the total With data going back 24 years, the Yearbook shows statistics on sales varying from marque to specific chassis numbers, countries of origin to countries of sale, period of […]

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Credit Suisse Italy SpA Presents an Exclusive Meeting with Adolfo Orsi to Review the World’s Most Significant Collector Car Market News – Thursday, January 26 – Discussing Winter Auctions in Milan and Arizona

Adolfo Orsi also shares his 2015-2016 season analysis and reporting from the new 21st edition of the Classic Car Auction Yearbook that launched in October The Credit Suisse Classic Car Program has proudly sponsored the Yearbook for eight consecutive years REGGIO EMILIA, Italy (26 January 2017) – Classic Car Auction Yearbook Co-Author and Historian Adolfo […]

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The New Classic Car Auction Yearbook 2015-2016 Edition Reports an Overall $1.2 Billion in World Auction Sales and the Top 201 Cars Sold Above $1 Million

The perfect tool to analyze the trends behind 5,644 cars offered this season The new 2015-2016 Yearbook shows Ferrari represented roughly 30% of total market turnover with an excess of 812 examples offered versus last year’s 576 Presenting fresh statistics on geographical segmentation and for period of manufacturing Historica Selecta honors Artcurial Motorcars with the […]

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Historica Selecta Honors Artcurial Motorcars with the First-ever Top Sale Classic Car Auction Yearbook Award for the 2014-2015 Season

MODENA, Italy (4 November 2015) – Historica Selecta, specialists in the international collector car market and authors of the Classic Car Auction Yearbook sponsored by Credit Suisse, has created a new award for the industry to honor the auction house with the top-selling lot of the season (1st of September – 31st of August). On […]

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The New Classic Car Auction Yearbook Reports Record Results Exceeding One Billion Euros for the First Time in History

Covering the classic car auction season from the 1st of September 2014 until the 31st August 2015 78% represents the highest-ever overall sales rate in the Yearbook’s 22-year reporting history The 2014-2015 edition will be the most extensive Yearbook to date with 424 pages and 5,154 cars listed of 318 various makes The Credit Suisse Classic Car […]

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