July 2019 Lots 301 – 350

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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301 GER 3 aspect sliding knob Handlamp with fluted top. Stamped “GER Dereham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. Back handle removed. SOLD FOR
£160
302 An original LMS Locomotive Sandbox as removed from the ‘Royal Scot’ Class No. 6100 “Royal Scot” during refurbishment work on the engine at Bressingham Steam Museum. It is clearly stamped “LMS LD 6136” (presumably left driving wheel) and also proves that it was originally fitted to sister locomotive “The Royal Border Regiment”. Very useful if you have a loco requiring one of these! A fairly weighty item approx. 20x16x9in. plus bolting lugs. Purchaser to collect from Talisman storage facility. n/s
303 Great Central & Midland Railways (initials) cast iron Trespass Notice. GCR pattern face restored only. SOLD FOR
£270
304 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36C” (Frodingham). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£50
305 LNER oval cast iron ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 940104 Doncaster Works 1932”. Painted both sides. As carried by a permanent way trolley. SOLD FOR
£140
306 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Parcels”. Minor scuffs only. Very good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£160
307 “South Eastern & Chatham Railways Managing Committee” fully titled “Farmers and their servants etc.” cast iron Crossing Notice. Attractively face restored. SOLD FOR
£80
308 Mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with large brass mushroom bell and external hammer. V.g.c. and unrestored. SOLD FOR
£60
309 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Hornchurch”. Slight discolouration. A former LT & SR later Midland Ry. station opened in May 1885. SOLD FOR
£400
310 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “Gentlemen”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£240
311 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “10A” (Wigan Springs Branch). Fully restored but genuine. SOLD FOR
£85
312 Aluminium Road Sign “Road Junction” in good ex-roadside condition. n/s
313 A Sugg type Waiting Room Hanging Lamp. Enamelled finish and complete with pivoting On / Off arm, glass globe and special ceiling fitting made by the vendor. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
314 A “BR(E) Lincoln” plated Handlamp, together with a LNER Welch Patent Signal Lamp Interior and a wooden cased Telegraph Sending Instrument. (3). SOLD FOR
£75
315 Brass Single Line Key inscribed “Selkirk – Galashiels”. V.g.c. From the branch line off the ‘Waverley’ Route closed in Sept. 1951. SOLD FOR
£440
316 Rhodesia Railways oval cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “1312 DE 3”. Ex-loco condition. 19x13in. SOLD FOR
£300
317 Great Central Railway 3 aspect Driver’s / Gauge Glass Lamp with curved front glass & box back bracket for locating on a lamp iron. Complete with all fittings & glasses. V.g.c. unrestored SOLD FOR
£170
318 Miniature Home Signal Arm complete with spindle, “GNR” back blinder, LNER spectacle plate with glasses and BR enamel blade. Purchaser to collect from Waddington nr. Lincoln. SOLD FOR
£110
319 Great Northern Railway mahogany cased 8in. fusee Wall Clock. The ex-service 24 hour dial is written “BR(E) 11068”. This number is also written on the dial rear together with “606” its GNR No. Records show that the clock was in service at Kings Cross Goods Manager’s Office Unclaimed Goods Depot. A nice little clock with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
£440
320 A Carriage Pot Lamp plated “Malton No. 1” and with “Polkey, Birmingham” makers plate. Complete with brass burner, glass globe with crack and all fittings. Restored. n/s
321 A divided Train Staff from the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway. A curious item of signalling comprising 12 round, square or hexagonal swivelling brass sections each inscribed with abbreviated locations on the route e.g. “LLA – CYF” (Llanfair – Cyfronydd), “CAS – SYL” (Castle Caereinon – Sylfaen) etc. V.g.c. 18in. long o/all. SOLD FOR
£260
322 British Rail Reliant four wheel Station Tractor as used at Doncaster Ten Pound Walk Goods Depot. It has a 1760cc diesel engine and a rigid body on twin axles. Originally registered in 1983 it carries the number “FUM 35Y”. Working order. Buyer to collect from Retford (Notts). On site assistance available for loading. SOLD FOR
£1500
323 Cast iron Street Sign “Queens Drive” (Nottingham). Face painted only a while ago. The road is opposite Nottingham Midland Station part of it running alongside the River Trent. SOLD FOR
£110
324 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. Tyer’s mahogany cased Signal Box Co-operative Block Instrument in good condition. Stamped “L&YR” on top and branded “LYR” under base. n/s
325 “LNER 7292” Guard’s Pocket Watch with Egyptian style numerals by Limit No. 2. A fine substantial timepiece in v.g.c. and in working order. SOLD FOR
£200
326 “L&NWR 6” oval cast iron Bridge Number Plate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£50
327 Carriage Print “Bridlington, Yorkshire” by Donald Blake from the 1948 -55 series. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£85
328 “Please hurry on for the lift” enamel Sign with pointing hand. 35×15.5in. with small edge chips only and with very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£270
329 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “LMS Built 1896 St. Rollox”. Face polished only. 10.1x6in. SOLD FOR
£150
330 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “1F” (Rugby). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£150
331 Midland & Great Northern Joint Rly. cast iron “Shut this gate” Notice. V.g.c. 38in. long. SOLD FOR
£100
332 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “63449”. Face restored only. As carried by the Q6 0-8-0 shedded at Selby and Leeds Neville Hill in BR days. W/d from the latter in July 1963 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
£440
333 Great North of Scotland Railway 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Macduff”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. The station, terminus of the long winding branch from Inveramsay closed in Oct. 1951. n/s
334 BR(S) quad royal enamel Poster Board Header with minor chipping. SOLD FOR
£150
335 “Great Northern Railway Builders Doncaster” oval cast iron Coach Plate. Face restored only. 11.25×6.75in. SOLD FOR
£80
336 GN & GE Joint 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp. Top stamped “Donington Road 15 GN & GE” and date coded for 1910. Brass plate to body “London & North Eastern Railway Donington Road”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. Back handle removed. A location between Spalding and Sleaford. SOLD FOR
£300
337 Barnsley Joint Station 22mm. nickel “BJS” script initials Button in v.g.c. Back marked “Smith & Wright Birmingham”. Very scarce. SOLD FOR
£440
338 A card of “Brecon & Merthyr Railway” and “Rhymney Railway” uniform Buttons in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
339 LNER cast iron Signal Lamp Case and post fitting cast iron bracket. V.g.c. and complete with Welch Patent interior lamp. SOLD FOR
£40
340 BR(W) flangeless enamel Notice “Please show tickets”. Superb condition throughout. 16x12in. SOLD FOR
£270
341 LMS official promotional glass Ashtray “Store in LMS Warehouses at 5 1/4d. per month per sq. yard”. A rare item in v.g.c. 4x4in. SOLD FOR
£70
342 GNR “Newark to Bottesford Ry” rolled linen Plan. A lengthy plan 19.25in. wide detailing the full route from the ECML at Newark to the Nottingham – Grantham line at Bottesford. Minor damage at the ends otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£180
343 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Rug bearing the full title and coat of arms to the centre within acanthus leaves in yellow. A red / black mottled design to the remainder. Usual service wear but still a fine item. 87×34.75in. SOLD FOR
£50
344 North British Rly. 3 aspect Handlamp. Body stamped “NBR 3636 / 4219 S”. Top has large brass maker’s plate “John & Edwin Wright Patentees established 1770 Universe Works London & Birmingham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and unrestored. A scarce maker for the NBR. SOLD FOR
£320
345 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55B” (Stourton, Leeds). Fully restored but genuine. SOLD FOR
£50
346 A Station Platform Lamp metal Cradle fixed to a length of wooden post. Overall height 63in. A fine pre-grouping item and ready to plant. SOLD FOR
£140
347 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Darlington Works 1932”. The original number “235” ground off but legible, now fitted with a replica brass strip “62740”. As carried by the D49 ‘Hunt’ Class 4-4-0 “The Bedale”. A Leeds Neville Hill, York and Selby engine w/d from Leeds Neville Hill Aug. 1960 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
£420
348 A metal cased internally illuminated Box Sign with perspex face lettered “Beware of Trains”. Hinged panel to the base accesses the interior bulb which is wired for mains connection but check it out after fitting plug in case you end up with permed hair! A fine item with a hairline crack. Complete with side ventilators. 24x12x7in. SOLD FOR
£180
349 Carriage Print “Temple Bar, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire” by Claude Muncaster from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£30
350 “Regional Railways South Wales & West Notice No unauthorised person allowed in this box by order” aluminium Signal Box Door Plate. V.g.c. 11×7.75in. A scarce notice following the style of the GWR cast iron predecessors. Only a few of these later style plates were issued to signal boxes. n/s

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