Prince Albert II of Monaco puts classic cars up for auction

Prince Albert II of Monaco is organising an exceptional auction sale of Reserves from his Collection of Cars, created by his father, H.S.H. Rainier III.

Rainier III put together, over a period of more than 30 years, an important collection of classic cars, acquired as opportunities arose or through a personal interest. He brought together and restored some 100 vehicles, a large cross-section of models from the most illustrious European and American marques. Every car in the sale are offered with Monegasque papers in H.S.H. the Prince of Moncaco’s name and without reserve price.

This is therefore a unique opportunity to acquire a motor car from one of the most well known collections, from the most famous and prestigious Principalities.

Among the oldest cars is a 1907 Berliet type C2 (20 000 – 30 000 euros), a 1913 Panhard X19, valued at between 25,000 and 35,000 euros, while a rare 1925 Citroen cabriolet 5HP is expected to bring in about 15,000 euros. See the list of vehicles sold through Artcurial Motorcars auction house: