March 2019 Lots 1-50

SAT 23rd March 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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1 Ornate brass Station Master’s Desk Oil Lamp brass plated “Gosberton GN & GE”. V.g.c. and complete with burner and glass chimney. The station was between Sleaford and Spalding. SOLD FOR
£180
2 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Pattern Store” reputedly ex-Peterborough Depot. A very scarce doorplate in fine original condition. SOLD FOR
£280
3 “NER Refreshment Rooms Scarborough” silver plated Teapot by Elkington. Face marked with the garter title within ornate engraving. Superb. n/s
4 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1927 Horwich” as carried by the ‘Crab’ 2-6-0 No. (4)2726. Original No. 13026. A Newton Heath loco it was w/d in Oct. 1962 and cut up at Horwich. The plate, curved to fit the smokebox side is in good condition with minor torch damage to left bolt hole. SOLD FOR
£100
5 A hand engraved Signal Box brass Lever Plate “Transfer Sdg. S&D 27”. It is thought this refers to Stockton & Darlington and may be of York & Newcastle Rly. vintage. V.g.c. 5x3in. SOLD FOR
£120
6 MR 3 aspect Appleton’s Patent Handlamp. Matching brass plates to top and body “Midland Railway 17610”. A rare lamp complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£160
7 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “18A” (Toton). Fine ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
£80
8 Double sided enamel Sign “To Railway Station” with pointing hands. V.g.c. with good colour and shine. 22.75×8.5in. SOLD FOR
£250
9 Brass and steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Elmton & Cresswell Junction – Oxcroft Colliery Sidings No. 3”. Very good ex-service condition. (See also lot no. 532). SOLD FOR
£100
10 Carriage Print “Boston. Lincolnshire” by Freda Marston from the LNER 1945-47 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£170
11 LNER Dining Car Stewards Jacket & Waistcoat, a LMS WW2 Helmet, four BR Caps, a London Transport Cap and a British Railways Sailors Hat. All in good condition. SOLD FOR
£180
12 North Eastern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “Lamp Room”. Good condition and scarce. SOLD FOR
£220
13 Wooden Signal Box Board “Kirkstall Jct” with cast iron letters. 85in. long. Small area of loss to top edge otherwise good ex-box condition. A former MR box on the Leeds – Skipton line. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£140
14 Signal Box Diagram “Kirkstall” in its original metal frame. 73×18.75in o/all. Semaphores and colour lights with all wiring etc. intact to the rear. SOLD FOR
£110
15 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “63D” (Fort William then Oban). Restored. SOLD FOR
£260
16 Great Northern Railway cast iron Signal Post Finial. Restored. SOLD FOR
£60
17 Portpatrick & Wigtownshire Joint Railway small mahogany Box. Brass plated “P&WJR No. 2”. Inside lid marked “Caledonian Railway Company”, “Telegraph Dept. Stranraer”, “Lineman Stranraer” and “Caledonian Rail. Co. Telegraph Dept. No. 45”. Superb provenance! SOLD FOR
£120
18 “Cambrian Railways Company” Fireplace Fender. The title on an embossed oval cartouche. V.g.c. 48×9.5in. SOLD FOR
£70
19 Regional Railways flanged aluminium Station Sign “Newark Castle”. 53in. long. SOLD FOR
£65
20 Great Western Railway pre-grouping 3 aspect copper top Handlamp. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and glasses including “GWR” etched lens. Devoid of paint. SOLD FOR
£150
21 BR(ER) double royal Poster “Harwich Gateway to the Continent via the Hook of Holland”. Features a steam locomotive and a steamship. V.g.c. folds only and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
£150
22 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “67675” as carried by the V3 Class 2-6-2T. Built at Doncaster in 1938 (Works No. 1891). A Stirling, Parkhead and Eastfield Loco it was w/d Dec. 1962 and cut up at Darlington Works in Oct. 1963. SOLD FOR
£700
23 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Waiting Room”. Enamel loss to top centre screwhole otherwise lovely condition. SOLD FOR
£120
24 A cast brass Coach Threshold Builders Plate “Built by Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd. Nottingham”. V.g.c. 57.5in. long. Ex-London Transport Stock? SOLD FOR
£75
25 London & Birmingham Railway “160” cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£150
26 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
£220
27 London & North Western Railway silver plated one pint Tankard with a glass bottom by Elkington. The face nicely inscribed with the “L&NWR Co” scroll and Britannia device. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
28 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9D” (Buxton then Newton Heath). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£50
29 Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Rly. 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp. Bell shaped brass plate to top “24 S&MR Spare”. Oval metal “Linley & Co. 1920” makers plate to body. Complete with original un-marked vessel, all fittings and glasses. Good unrestored condition. Scarce. SOLD FOR
£1550
30 Cast aluminium Locomotive Worksplate “British Railways Derby Built 1963. Power Equipment by Associated Electrical Industries Ltd and Sulzer”. As carried by Class 25 No. 25044 formerly D5194. Ex-loco condition. 13×6.62in. SOLD FOR
£270
31 Carriage Print “Selby, Yorkshire” by Kenneth Steel from the LNER 1945-55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£70
32 Wooden Signal Box Nameboard with applied cast iron letters “Ruddington”. Good ex-box condition 83.5×9.5in. Former G.C.R. main line south of Nottingham. SOLD FOR
£520
33 LNWR brass Carbide Handlamp embossed “LNWR” in three places. A nice example of this earlier pattern lamp with small base foot. SOLD FOR
£60
34 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Wandsworth Town”. V.g.c. an ex-LSWR station between Clapham Junction and Putney. SOLD FOR
£420
35 “Crossing No Gates” cast aluminium Road Sign by Franco Signs Ltd. Featuring an 0-6-0 steam loco. V.g.c. and face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
36 Heavy cast aluminium Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Fried. Krupp A.G. Locomotivfabrik Essen F. NR 2786 1942” as carried by a German DB engine. Details on rear of plate but indistinct. 13.75×7.1in. SOLD FOR
£210
37 A Collection of “Wilson Line” China including some nice pieces. Good quality and very good condition throughout. (13). SOLD FOR
£60
38 Box of Miscellaneous Items. SOLD FOR
£210
39 Cambrian Line brass Gangers Occupation Key inscribed “Possession of this key authorises ganger to occupy the line between 40 miles 30 chains Welshpool”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£100
40 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84C” (Banbury). Face restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£180
41 Original Painting by Joe Townend, Guild of Railway Artists, depicting B16 Loco No. 61454 on a train of fitted vans on the ECML near York. Oil on canvas, unframed. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£210
42 Large MR 3 aspect Handlamp. Matching brass plates “Midland Railway 9512” to top and body. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£210
43 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “To Platforms 2 & 3” with directional arrow. A re-touched bumped corner otherwise good condition with very good colour and shine. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
£220
44 Bronze Railway Centenary Medal struck to commemorate 100 years from the opening of the Stockton & Darlington Railway 1825-1925. Well crafted & in its presentation box which is fair. n/s
45 LNER cast iron Station Platform Seat Nameplate “Jarrow”. Face restored only. 23.75in. long. A former NER station closed in June 1981. Re-opened in March 1984 as part of the T&WPTE on the site of the original 1839 station. SOLD FOR
£
46 GNR mahogany cased Telegraph Instrument in a hooded wooden surround with brass pedestal foot. Sheffield to Lincoln code card to side frame. V.g.c. ex-Lincoln Central. SOLD FOR
£340
47 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Waiting and Ladies Room”. Some light chipping. Fine deep colour and shine. 24x18in. Ex-Woodhall Junction station. SOLD FOR
£140
48 A Maryport & Carlisle Railway “Roll of Honour” Poster listing all employees enlisted in the Great War by name, grade, department, station, regiment and rank. 29.75 x 19.75in and laid on linen. A scarce survivor. SOLD FOR
£320
49 Dearne Valley Railway 3 aspect Handlamp, LYR pattern. Brass plated “DVR Grimethorpe” and stamped “11709 Permanent Way Dept.” Complete with all fittings and glasses. The bullseye lens a tad distressed. SOLD FOR
£300
50 North British Steam Packet Company Handbell with a turned wooden handle. Lovely condition 11.5in. tall and complete with clapper and wooden stand. The NBSP Co. was connected with the NBR and operated as a Co-partnery with directors of the NBR. A detailed sheet accompanies. n/s

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