August 2020 Rolling Stock

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85/22 Highland Railway original Coat of Arms Transfer mounted onto a painted wooden shield. A fine early example. £40
(+£7.20)
85/26 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8892 Darlington Works 1933”. Face restored only. As carried by the tender attached to B16 4-6-0 No. 61459. £120
(+£21.60)
85/27 “Barclay” cast aluminium Diesel Radiator Plate. Ex-loco condition 22in. long. £75
(+£13.50)
85/41 BR(SR) pictorial double royal Poster “The Continent by Train and Ship”. Attractive artwork and an inset diagram of Cross Channel Routes. Folds only. £280
(+£50.40)
85/47 Double sided wooden Station Sign of pre-grouping origin “Ladies Waiting Room” with applied letters and pointing hands. Fine ex-station condition 63x19in. o/all. £150
(+£27)
85/49 Railway Convalescent Homes glazed stoneware Tobacco Jar and lid by Royal Doulton. The body illustrated with the Herne Bay and Leasowe Castle Homes. V.g.c. £55
(+£9.90)
85/52 GER celluloid and tinplate Match Box Cover. The spine is titled “Great Eastern Hotel Liverpool Street London” and the faces have colour images of the “Sandringham Hotel, Hunstanton” and “Great Eastern Hotel, Harwich”. Some rusting but a scarce item. £50
(+£9)
85/62 “Southern Railway” base marked china Teapot and matching lid by Dudson. V.g.c. £60
(+£10.80)
85/65 BR(WR) double royal letterpress Poster with pictorial heading “Cafeteria Car Excursion to Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth & Southsea” from West Midland stations 1959. Folds and minor edge creasing. £85
(+£15.30)
85/66 Box of LNER Glassware. Five items including a water carafe, Restaurant Car fluted glass, ditto beer glass and two different tumblers. All in v.g.c. (5). £175
(+£31.50)
85/76 LYR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Sorting Siding Aintree”. Complete with “CIE” vessel, all fittings and glasses including one aspect with purple slats. £150
(+£27)
85/78 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “65C” (Parkhead). Small characters. Face restored only. £130
(+£23.40)
85/86 BR(W) Petroleum Store enamel Notice “BR(W) Danger” followed by nine lines of conditions. Good condition with general discolouring of the white. 14x10in. £60
(+£10.80)
85/89 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86H” (Aberbeeg). Ex-loco condition. £150
(+£27)
85/91 “Barry Railway Company” paper Notice informing that Whit-Monday June 12th. 1905 will be observed as a public holiday at Barry Docks. Some wear but a scarce survivor. In a glazed frame. 21.25×15.75in. o/all. £50
(+£9)
85/99 Belfast & Northern Counties Railway cast iron “201” Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. £80
(+£14.40)
85/109 GN & GE Station Platform Lamp Top with two name glasses “Nocton”. Complete with a vessel, burner and all glazing. Restored. The door catch a/f. 30.5in. tall Nocton and Dunston station was between Lincoln and Sleaford and closed in May 1955. £350
(+£63)
85/113 Signal Box Diagram “Brampton” in its original glazed frame 46.75x19in. o/all. (Ipswich to Beccles line). £80
(+£14.40)
85/114 GWR pre-grouping Pocket Watch by Rotherhams of London. The face is lettered “G.W.R” and the case back is engraved “GWR Engrs. Dept. 39”. A very nice timepiece but requires attention to the movement as it is overwound. £80
(+£14.40)
85/121 Original pen and colour wash Painting by G. Wheatley titled “Local Passenger” depicting a LMS Stanier 2-6-4 Tank hauling suburban stock. A pleasing image on artboard in a glazed frame with card mount. 18×16.25in. o/all. (See also lot no. 299). £50
(+£9)
85/133 BR Western Region Swiss made Pocket Watch by Revue. 24 hour Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. The case back inscribed “BR(W) 03987”. V.g.c. and working order. £80
(+£14.40)
85/134 LNER Side & Tail Lamp clearly stamped in the chimney and with brass plate “Carriage Works York”. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and bullseye lenses. Unrestored. £100
(+£18)
85/141 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “63818”. As carried by the LNER 04 Class 2-8-0 Rebuilt in 1944. A Frodingham, Retford and Doncaster engine w/d April 1966 and cut up at Station Steel, Wath. A fine smokebox in totally ex-loco condition. £400
(+£72)
85/157 Three large format official Binders labelled “LMS Northern Division – SW District”. Two are further marked “Minimum Structure Gauges” and the third “Classification of Metal Underbridges. Much information drawn and listed regarding individual structures, their numbers and locations etc. (3). £100
(+£18)
85/177 “Hunslet cast aluminium Diesel Radiator Plate in ex-loco condition. 24in. long. £60
(+£10.80)
85/193 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64B” (Edinburgh Haymarket). Face restored only. £150
(+£27)
85/203 SNCF double royal pictorial Poster “Isle de France” by A. Hambourg. Some tape stains to edges but no folds. £80
(+£14.40)
85/213 “Wilson Line” silver plated Teapot. Nicely face inscribed with the title scrolls. Lovely condition. 6in. tall o/all. £60
(+£10.80)
85/219 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Guards Pocket Watch by Waltham U.S.A. The ornately engraved movement marked “15 jewels” and “The American Waltham Watch Co.” The case back inscribed “SE & CR 1041”. V.g.c. and working order. £200
(+£36)
85/242 “L&NWR Co. 66” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. £50
(+£9)

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