March 2018 Lots 301 – 350

SAT 24th March 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground,
Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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301 LNER ‘9×5’ cast brass Locomotive Works Numberplate “L&NER 1747”. Face restored only with slight torch damage to bolt holes. As carried by the K2 2-6-0 61747 Built at Doncaster Works (1473 of 1916). A Sheffield Darnall engine it was w/d Dec. 1960 and cut up at Doncaster in the same month. The plate is accompanied with the original BR purchase receipt. SOLD FOR
£360
302 Hull & Barnsley Railway “Shut this Gate” cast iron Notice. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£190
303 Hull & Barnsley Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Brass plates to body “HBR 277” and “Howden”. Body also stamped “No. 277” complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. devoid of paint. South Howden station closed in August 1955. n/s
304 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “12C” (Carlisle Canal). Ex-loco condition perhaps from one of the depot’s small group of A3 Pacifics? SOLD FOR
£220
305 LNWR crescent shaped cast brass Indicator Plate inscribed “Down Main Locked Clear”. Mounted on a wooden block to aid display. SOLD FOR
£100
306 “LMS Northern Division Diagrams & Numbers of Locomotives St. Rollox, Glasgow” so titled official Book with soft covers script written “Supt. of Motive Power Derby”. 132 blue prints of former CR, G&SWR and HR locos plus index pages. Used condition but tightly bound. SOLD FOR
£40
307 London & North Eastern Railway Tank Engine Diagrams” so titled official landscape format Binder with gold embossed hard covers. A fine record of the company’s tank locos and numbers. Many pages and in very good used condition. 20x10in. SOLD FOR
£100
308 London Transport fully flanged enamel “Automatic Car Park” Sign. Describing payment and instructions for entry. V.g.c. with minor chips to edges only. SOLD FOR
£180
309 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56G” (Bradford Hammerton Street). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
310 Carriage Print “Old Bridge of Dee, near Braemar, Aberdeenshire” by Kenneth Steel from the BR(Sc) 1956 – 57 series. Good condition & in an original type frame glazed with clear acrylic. SOLD FOR
£80
311 Box of Station Platform Lamp Vessels for restoration. Some with station names. SOLD FOR
£190
312 LMS General Purpose Handlamp with brass plates “LMS Railway” and “T. Brown Goole”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£60
313 LNER enamel Station Platform Seatback Nameplate “Stratford”. Edge and screwhole chips but good deep colour and shine. 24.5x4in. SOLD FOR
£520
314 Cast aluminium Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “National Railways of Zimbabwe DEI 102”. Face restored, the back cleaned. 19×12.75in. SOLD FOR
£120
315 North Eastern Railway double sided enamel “Way Out” Station Sign with pointing hands. Both sides have been overpainted bearing the same details probably by the LNER and one face is partially stripped to reveal the enamel below. In its original wooden frame with iron hangers. 33.5×15.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£400
316 Highland Railway part pictorial Timetable Poster “Train Service from and to London direct and picturesque route to the Highlands is via Perth & Dunkeld”. In a glazed frame 41.75×31.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£150
317 South Eastern & Chatham Railway 4 aspect Handlamp. Body is stamped “SE&CR”. Top brass plated “SE&CR G. No. 3996” and also bears its “A” brass ‘apple’. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£160
318 LNER, North Eastern Rly. pattern Train Tail Lamp. Top stamped “LNE-D1”, the lamp features an ornately vent slotted chimney and a fine red bullseye lens set in a cast brass bezel. Complete with original vessel and burner. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£210
319 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied cast iron letters “Stonea”. V.g.c. and restored. 50.5×12.5in. A former GER box south east of March, the station closing in Nov. 1966. SOLD FOR
£200
320 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36C” (Frodingham). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
321 East German Railways cast iron Locomotive Plate “Deutsche Reichsbahn”. Ex-loco condition. 23.5x4in. SOLD FOR
£60
322 An original unsigned small Painting of a 0-4-4 tank locomotive standing by a water column with rural background. A charming study in a glazed frame with slip mount. 13×10.5in. o/all. n/s
323 Caledonian Railway cast iron “48A” Culvert Plate. Restored. SOLD FOR
£40
324 BR(ER) seven Drawings (prints) of Signals and Signal Fittings. Together with detailed drawings of signal box control panels in Everton, Sandy and Holme signal boxes on the East Coast Main Line. SOLD FOR
£50
325 A number of rolled Manufacturers Drawings detailing Frodingham Works Steam Tank Locos. An interesting group which includes general arrangement drawings of the 0-6-0’s. n/s
326 “Gt. Northern Ry. Athletic Association” painted wooden Notice Board Header in fine original condition. 34.25x3in. SOLD FOR
£65
327 LNWR large Webb & Thompson Single Line Staff. Cast brass end lettered “Llandudno Junc – Tal y Cafn”. V.g.c. A section of the scenic route to Bettws-y-Coed and Blaenau Festiniog. SOLD FOR
£400
328 An ornate cast iron Victorian “Ladies” Sign with pointing hand. Angled on a decorative post with spiked foot. Restored. A fine unusual item 27.5in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
£300
329 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “4688”. Face restored. As carried by the GWR ‘8750’ Class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon in Dec. 1944 and new to Reading. Later to St. Philip’s Marsh, Weymouth and Aberdare. W/d from the latter Dec. 1963 and cut up by Ward’s, Briton Ferry in March 1964. SOLD FOR
£320
330 “Harrogate Station N.E.Ry” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£180
331 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “66B” (Motherwell). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£170
332 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Case plated “Great Northern Railway No. 16035” and “Scopwick”. In need of restoration. Complete with its interior lamp plated “Dorrington Siding”. Requiring glasses and burner. Ex-GN & GE Joint Line locations between Sleaford and Lincoln. SOLD FOR
£160
333 A LNER Gresley Locomotive Whistle of the ‘K3’ Class pattern but last in service carried by the ‘A3’ Class Loco No. 60076 “Galopin”. Complete with activating lever, the whistle is in totally ex-loco condition script written “60076” on the bell and retains its Doncaster Works “60076” metal tag wired to the mounting bracket. SOLD FOR
£600
334 BR(LMR) double royal pictorial Poster “Northern Ireland” with artwork by Daphne Padden featuring views on a shamrock. V.g.c. with no folds. SOLD FOR
£220
335 Mahogany cased Signal Box Power Instrument with brass contacts & side lever. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
336 Original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting a grimy ‘WD’ Class Loco No. 90711 in the gloom of an engine shed. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 24x20in. SOLD FOR
£110
337 Rolled colour washed linen Plan of part of “Manvers Main Colliery worked under the Estate of the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church Oxford in the Parish of Adwick upon Dearne Parkgate Coal 1906”. The plan shows areas worked upon for coal extraction and is in fine condition. SOLD FOR
£30
338 “Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice possibly of Scottish origin. Restored a while ago. 14×6.5in. SOLD FOR
£110
339 LNER 4 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Abbotts Ripton 3”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. An ECML station between Huntingdon & Peterborough closed in Sept. 1958. SOLD FOR
£230
340 A MR Presentation Oak Smokers Cabinet bearing a brass plaque engraved “Presented to Mr. J. Bayliss as a mark of esteem by his fellow clerks on his leaving the service of the Midland Railway Co. November 1911”. Doors open to reveal two drawers and a rotating pipe rack. A fine cabinet with copper fittings and decorative cut outs. 17.25×6.75×21.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£130
341 Chromed cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Company Ltd. London No. 2694 / D455. 1959. The Vulcan Foundry Ltd. Locomotive Works, England”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the BR Class 40 Diesel Electric No. 40038, formerly D238 new to Gateshead. It was w/d in March 1982 and cut up at Swindon Works. SOLD FOR
£740
342 Great Eastern Rly. cast iron Signal Post Cap clearly embossed “GER”. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£100
343 London & North Western Rly. Guards Pocket Watch. The case back is inscribed “L.N.W.R. 4735”. The dial has light spidery craze lines and some enamel damage at the numeral IIII. Considering the size of the company LNWR watches are hard to find. This example is in working order. SOLD FOR
£180
344 Carriage Print “Speke Hall, near Liverpool” by Ronald Lampitt from the LMR 1957 series. Good condition and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£45
345 “Highland Railway Company” Carriage Window, bearing the full company garter title around an “HR” ornate monogram all within a Greek key border with etched background. A nice item in its original wooden frame but with a crack to the upper right corner. 31.5×21.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£80
346 Carriage Print “Saturday Market Place, Kings Lynn, Norfolk” by Leonard Squirrel from the LNER 1945-47 series. SOLD FOR
£110
347 Cast aluminium Village Approach Road Sign “Seamer. Scarborough 4 1/4 Pickering 15 1/4”. Complete with all glass beads and makers name. A Highways Dept. back plated repair to a crack. 31.5x20in. SOLD FOR
£460
348 A cast brass Makers Plate “Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Co. Ltd. Manchester and Sheffield, England”. Original condition. 18×5.75in. SOLD FOR
£75
349 Three small Signs from the interior of a North Eastern Rly. carriage: “Wait until the train stops” (enamel 13.5x1in.); “Alarm Signal. To stop the train in case of emergency etc.” (tinplate 10×1.75in); “Prevention of consumption. Do not spit etc.” (tinplate 8.5×5.25in.) All in v.g.c. (3). SOLD FOR
£120
350 “LMS Hotels” two handled silver plated Vase by John Sanderson & Co. Sheffield. The body with ornate decoration bears the “LMS Hotels” inscription in a vertically outlined panel to the face. 6.5in. tall o/all. n/s

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