July 2019 Lots 251 – 300

SAT 27th July 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am. on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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251 “GNR 11” cast iron Viaduct Plate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£85
252 Carriage Print “London Lambeth Bridge” by Kenneth Steel from the 1948-55 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame with toughened glass. SOLD FOR
£50
253 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Bardsey”. Face restored only. 25.75in. long. From the former NER station on the Leeds – Wetherby line closed in Jan. 1964. SOLD FOR
£340
254 “LNER Meldreth” brass plated brass Station Master’s Desk Lamp complete with burner and glass chimney. 19.75in. tall overall. A former GNR station on the Hitchin – Cambridge line. SOLD FOR
£150
255 Three dark blue flanged enamel Tablet Signs from the Norwich station train destination board. “Ely”, “March” and “In Rear”. All in good ex-station condition. SOLD FOR
£150
256 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55E” (Normanton). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£180
257 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “LMS Built 1936 Crewe”. The “LMS” partially erased. As carried by the ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45687 “Neptune”. One of the elusive Corkerhill Jubes w/d in Dec. 1962 and cut up by Campbells, Shieldhall. SOLD FOR
£250
258 A Victorian cast iron Road Milepost Tablet engraved “3 Beverley 26 York”. V.g.c. and restored. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
£120
259 Box of 100 black & white Photographs of Eastern Region subjects. SOLD FOR
£30
260 Box of 100 black & white Photographs of Eastern Region subjects. SOLD FOR
£30
261 Sixty Photographs relating to the Easingwold Railway. SOLD FOR
£35
262 Box of 100 black & white Photographs of London Midland Region subjects. SOLD FOR
£25
263 Box of 100 black & white Photographs of London Midland Region subjects. SOLD FOR
£30
264 North British Railway Station Wall Lamp complete with its cast roof finial, vessel, burner, brandy glass globe and all glazing. Good restored condition. SOLD FOR
£140
265 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 67634 (on a strip) Doncaster Works 1935”. The original ground off number clear below the strip. As carried by the ‘V3’ 2-6-2T. A long term Blaydon engine w/d April 1962 and cut up at Darlington. Unpainted. SOLD FOR
£210
266 Midland Railway Company mahogany cased Signal Box Rotary Block Instrument. Complete and in v.g.c. A superb example. SOLD FOR
£250
267 Original “Mersey Railway Company” Coat of Arms Transfer mounted on a painted framed wooden panel. Nice age ‘crazing’. 21.75×20.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£60
268 LB&SCR 4 aspect Handlamp stamped with initials and date coded for August 1891. Large full company title brass plate to the body. Top handle stamped “B.1476 PU”, the code for Purley. Complete and restored. n/s
269 Carriage Print “Boston, Lincolnshire” by Freda Marston. A file copy from the LNER 1945-47 series in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£75
270 “LMS Car Park” arrow shaped enamel Sign. Some very well executed restoration. Looks very good 41.75in. long. SOLD FOR
£170
271 Cast glass Souvenir Tankard embossed “High Level Bridge Newcastle on Tyne Commenced April 24 1846 Opened Jany 16 1850” with a perimeter embossing of the bridge. Small rim chip only. A nice piece presumably sold to the public to commemorate the bridges opening at the time. 3.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
£40
272 “The Railway Executive Eastern Region Ipswich District” linen Plan showing all lines, stations, signal boxes and mileages. “LNER 1944” stamp to corner. Lots of information so a good research item. Light service wear. 33x22in. SOLD FOR
£120
273 LMS cast aluminium ‘Hawkseye’ Station Running In Sign “East Norton” from the former GN & LNW Joint Line between Melton Mowbray and Welham Jct. Closure came in Dec. 1953. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£420
274 MR Crossing Gate Lamp with brass “Midland Railway Co.” plate. Lacks vessel but is complete with all lenses including directional baffle. Gate mounting spigot to base. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£250
275 “South Yorkshire Joint Railway” cast iron Trespass Notice, LNER pattern. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
276 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “31A” (Cambridge). Restored. This plate has been in our vendor’s collection for nearly 50 years! SOLD FOR
£150
277 LNER, GN of S Lines, 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Udny No. 3” and “Robb, Moore & Neill Ltd. Ship Chandlers Glasgow Cardiff & London”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£260
278 “Midland Railway” fully titled brass propelling Pen Nib Holder. A fine example. n/s
279 British Transport Commission oval cast iron Locomotive Registration Plate No. 1420 / 1953. As carried by a Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-2T (3834 of 1934) at NCB Philadelphia, Tyne & Wear, their No. 57. SOLD FOR
£40
280 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “49640”, in ex-loco condition. As carried by the ex-LMS 7F Class 0-8-0 ‘Austin 7’ built at Crewe in 1932. Withdrawn from Aintree in May 1959, stored there until July 1961 then cut up at Central Wagon Co., Ince, Wigan. A rarely offered class of smokebox. SOLD FOR
£840
281 Great Western Railway cast iron Desk Lamp Holder. The underside embossed “GWR”. An ornate item with a half spherical top which would have held a brass oil lamp vessel. V.g.c., painted gold, 11.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
£120
282 “LNWR Capstan No. 25” cast iron Sign. Restored. 12x7in. n/s
283 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Dante”. As carried by the LNER A2 Class 4-6-2 No. 60513, built at Doncaster and into traffic Aug. 1946 to Kings Cross for a two year period. Then apart from one year at Grantham it became a New England regular loco. Withdrawal came in April 1963 and cutting up at Doncaster in May. This nameplate, 41in. long is in fine condition face restored only and complete with original fixing bolts. The race horse “Dante” was the winner of the 1945 Derby. SOLD FOR
£10200
284 Aluminium Single Line Tablet inscribed “Dereham West Junc – Wendling 7”. A section of the former GER Kings Lynn to Norwich line. SOLD FOR
£80
285 “LNER Hotels” base marked china Teapot with side handle by Dudson Brothers. A ‘Wedgwood’ type design with embossed classical figures in panels. Complete with original lid and v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
286 Metropolitan Railway original Train Tail Lamp complete with all fittings and red bullseye lens. Fine ex-service condition with original red paintwork. SOLD FOR
£160
287 Belfast & Northern Counties Railway cast iron Bridge Numberplate “BNCR 535”. Face restored only. The BNCR was absorbed by the Midland Rly in 1903 and became the MR NCC. SOLD FOR
£50
288 A Key chained to a long brass plate stamped “Haxby Station Box King Lever 37”. NER or LNER vintage. Haxby was north east of York on the line to Malton. SOLD FOR
£85
289 “GN & NE Joint Dining Cars” cotton damask Table Cloth. The full garter title has a “GN & GE Joint” ornate monogram to the centre. A rare survivor in v.g.c. 42x36in. SOLD FOR
£55
290 GWR Wrights Patent 3 aspect copper top Handlamp. Manufacturer’s Patent brass plates to top and copper vessel. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored long ago. SOLD FOR
£360
291 Cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 1258 1947”. Face restored only. As carried by B1 Class 4-6-0 built by North British Loco Co. (Wks. No. 26159). A Lincoln engine w/d in Jan. 1964 and cut up at Doncaster. SOLD FOR
£420
292 BR(E) double royal enamel “British Railways” Poster Board Header in ex-service condition. SOLD FOR
£120
293 LNWR Vesta Match Case. Label to lid reads “North Western Hotel North Wall, Dublin”. V.g.c. with remains of original gilded finish. SOLD FOR
£70
294 LNWR Vesta Match case. Label to lid reads “Euston Hotel Euston Station”. V.g.c. with remains of original gilded finish. n/s
295 NER Vesta Match Case. Label to lid reads “North Eastern Railway Station Hotels York, Hull & Newcastle”. V.g.c. with remains of original nickel plating. n/s
296 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Thor”. Face restored only. 16×6.5in. As carried by a Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T. SOLD FOR
£520
297 “Southern Railway Smoking Strictly Prohibited” enamel Sign. Very minor chips only. 16.5x12in. SOLD FOR
£45
298 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “2A” (Rugby then Tyseley). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£50
299 A tall mahogany cased Signal Box Telephone with brass ear piece, bottom mounted bell and speaking instrument in a separate but attached box. V.g.c. 22in. tall. SOLD FOR
£100
300 LNER official cast white metal Paperweight bearing “Locomotive of the Silver Jubilee streamline engine Silver Link”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£80

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