Mr. G. N. Petty (May 1976) is quite correct. The white 24/80 tourer did belong to Harry Pilling, who seems to have been a general sales concessionaire for the marque. In October 1925, Lenaerts and Dolphens announced that agencies were available, and that interested persons should contact Captain Pilling at his office in Charing Cross. According to my information, the open tourer (the only body of this type fitted to a Beverley-Barnes in England) was by Vanden Plas of Belgium, and may have been at the 1924 London Show, though here I am doubtful. The car was, by the way, a 4-litre 24/80, and probably the fourth chassis built.
H. F. Pilling also represented 3 few Continental makes, notably the Belgian Miesse, still being offered as a private car as late as 1926.
Midhurst MICHAEL SEDGWICK