OMAHA, Neb.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Proxibid (www.proxibid.com),
the most trusted online Marketplace for buying and selling highly valued
items, will provide online bidding for Silverstone Auction’s sale of
unique artwork by Tim Layzell to benefit HOPEHIV, also known as WeSee
Hope. Bidding is available now and will close on Sunday, November 1 at
12 pm EUR. Online bidding is exclusively available on Proxibid,
with a silent charity auction to be held onsite at the Classic & Sports
Car London Show at the Alexandra Palace.
This auction features a single lot – a unique bespoke artwork depicting
three seminal British Classics. The Jaguar E-type, Bentley Speed Six and
McLaren F1 are displayed from foreground to background with the
Alexandra Palace in London as the setting. Each of the cars displayed
were nominated for “The Best British Car Ever” at the Classic & Sports
Car London Show. The canvas measures 24” by 30” and is painted with
acrylic. All funds raised in this auction, including the buyer’s
premium, will be donated to HOPEHIV.
HOPEHIV (WeSee Hope) supports communities in sub-Saharan Africa that
have been affected by HIV and AIDS, providing funding for projects that
promote emotional and social support, education, economic empowerment,
and child rights. The organization partners find local ways to support
the most vulnerable young people in the community and aim to create
resilient young people who can better care for themselves, their
families, and their communities. To learn more, visit HOPEHIV.org.
“We are excited to support such a worthy organization,” said Guy
Lees-Milne, General Manager and Classic Car Specialist with Silverstone
Auctions. “HOPEHIV is currently working in 185 communities, and reaching
more than 52,000 vulnerable children and young people in six countries.
The auction of Tim Layzell’s original artwork is a great opportunity for
classic car and art enthusiasts, to own an amazing piece of original
artwork while also supporting an incredibly deserving organization.”
For more information about this auction, or to place a bid, please visit Proxibid.
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Carly Docter, 402-991-4763