Images show the removal company lugging boxes of booze – such as Stolichnaya Vodka and Don Julio Tequila – into a white van.
Other luxurious beverages like Krug Champagne, which costs more than £200-a-bottle, were also carted away from the exclusive Mayfair club today.
Stars such as Jack Nicholson enjoyed nights out at Tramp with his popstar friend Mick Hucknall, as an image shows them surrounded by women at the club after a raucous night out in the capital city.
The legendary club was a playground for the rich, famous and royalty for more than 50 years and appears to have been secretly sold.
It came just weeks after Tramp hosted Luther star Idris Elba as he celebrated the launch of his rosé champagne, Porte Noire, with no sign of the closure to come.
Removal men have been pictured emptying out the hangout spot, Tramp, adored by many celebrities and royals such as Mick Jagger , Jack Nicholson and Princes William and Harry
Luxurious beverages like Krug Champagne, which costs more than £200-a-bottle, were also carted away from the exclusive Mayfair club today
Stars such as Jack Nicholson enjoyed nights out at Tramp with his popstar friend Mick Hucknall , as an image shows them surrounded by women at the exclusive club after a raucous night out in the capital city
Images show the removal company lugging boxes of booze – such as Stolichnaya Vodka and Don Julio – into a white van
The Faces, including Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, cutting a cake at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album ‘Ooh La La’ in 1973
Supermodel Naomi Campbell, wearing black long silk dress and sunglasses, poses outside Tramp nightclub for the afterparty following the launch of her debut novel ‘Swan’ on September 6, 1994
Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson stopping traffic as she celebrated her 21st birthday at the club
The entrance of the exclusive club Tramp
Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall leave Tramp. The Rolling Stone was a founding member of the club
The legendary club was a playground for the rich, famous and royalty for more than 50 years and appears to have been secretly sold
But barely a fortnight later, five key directors – including Guy Sangster, son of the late horse breeding tycoon Robert Sangster, and Kevin Doyle, who acquired the club for £4million in 1998 – resigned in unison from the holding company which now owns Tramp.
Its legendary founder Johnny Gold opened the club on December 18, 1969. Mick Jagger was a founding member and with him on the opening night were hell-raisers Peter Sellers, Michael Caine and Richard Harris.
Overnight, Tramp became a hang-out for the film and rock ‘n’ roll elite. The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Marlon Brando and Charlton Heston were regulars when in London. Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor would drop by.
More recently it became famous worldwide after Prince Andrew was accused of whirling Virginia Roberts round the dancefloor.
He denied it, saying her description of him sweating cannot be true because he stopped perspiring after serving in the Falklands and came under fire from the Argentinians.
But what happens next for Tramp is unclear, after a mystery buyer appears to have snapped it up just over two years to the day after Mr Gold died.
Tramp’s new owner appears to be Luca Maggiora, who’s described as a ‘former bank credit analyst turned leading hospitality entrepreneur’. But little is known about what Mr Maggiora will do with his legendary acquisition.
Five key directors — including Guy Sangster, son of the late horse-breeding tycoon Robert Sangster, and Kevin Doyle, who acquired the club for £4million in 1998 — resigned in unison from the holding company which now owns Tramp.
Tramp’s new owner appears to be Luca Maggiora, who’s described as a ‘former bank credit analyst turned leading hospitality entrepreneur’. Pictured: A removal man
Ronnie Wood with his then wife Jo Wood at nightclub Tramp to celebrate its 30th anniversary in 1999
Pictured: Rod Stewart with his then wife Rachel Hunter in 1997 at Tramp (L) and Shirley Bassey and Isabell Kristensen (R)
Little is known about what Mr Maggiora will do with his legendary acquisition. Pictured: Boxes of alcohol in the van
A removal man is pictured sliding boxes of alcohol into the van
Thousands of pounds worth of alcohol was carted away in a removal van
Pictured: Joan Collins with Percy Gibson at Tramp in 2001 (R) and Jack Nicholson (L)
Pictured: Prince William at Tramp
Tramp, the London nightclub where Andrew allegedly whirled around the dancefloor with Virginia Roberts, has abruptly shut up shop. Pictured: Prince Andrew at Tramp
The Daily Mail’s Richard Eden reports that a fashion show, which was to have been held there this week, appears to be the first casualty.
‘I got a call saying the club was sold and cancelling my event — unless I could pay £2,000 up front,’ an organiser said. ‘It’s very sad. I’ve had a great relationship with Tramp for years.’
Calls to the club are being answered but a ‘well-spoken woman’ would only confirm that Tramp is closed.
The stars who partied there helped create the greatest nightclub of the 1970s and 1980s.
Mr Gold’s strict policy of no paparazzi and no autograph-hunters meant that it was a welcome oasis, not just for movie stars and celebrities, but also for royalty.
Princess Margaret felt reassured enough to let her hair down, often — if her photographer and then husband Lord Snowdon was working — with the actor Peter Sellers in tow.
‘I don’t think anything went on between them,’ recalled Gold in his memoir Tramp’s Gold. ‘From my observation, they were genuinely just good friends. Peter always had a crush on Princess Margaret and, to an extent, it was reciprocated.
‘He even offered to swap wives with Tony [Snowdon] but although the delectable Britt Ekland [Sellers’ second wife] was on offer, the noble photographer declined.’