March 2019 Lots 151-200

SAT 23rd March 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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151 Caledonian Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp with blue nameglass “Errol” (cracks). Stamped “Caledonian” above and has “Bulpitt 1901” makers plate. Complete with vessel, burner, glass chimney and all glazing. 28in tall. Restored. A station on the Dundee – Perth line closed in Sept. 1985. SOLD FOR
£300
152 “Mersey Docks” gilded metal Dock Workers Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£95
153 Great Eastern Railway Dining Cars Waiter’s silver plated Tray by Elkington standing on three ornate scrolled feet. Top marked “GER DC” in script with dragon’s wing within elaborate decoration. Lovely condition. 14.4in. diam. SOLD FOR
£110
154 A Pair of cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plates “Jung Jungenthal 7509 of 1937”. V.g.c. 8x6in. Ex-Llanberis Lake narrow gauge loco. (2). n/s
155 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “87F” (Lllanelly) Face restored only a while ago. n/s
156 North British Railway Bulpitt’s Patent 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “NBR Longniddry” and plated “Bulpitt & Sons 1903”. Complete with original vessel & burner, all glasses and devoid of paint. An ECML location due east of Edinburgh. SOLD FOR
£250
157 “Beckermet Mines Junction – Sellafield Station” Miniature Single Line Staff. Part of the West Cumberland Iron Ore Field connected to Sellafield via the Whitehaven, Cleator and Egremont Railway. SOLD FOR
£100
158 “GWR Hotels” roundel and black leaf design china Egg Cup. Small chip to the side of the foot rim does not detract. SOLD FOR
£60
159 “Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds 270 h.p. No. 5342 – 1958” cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate together with its “Hunslet” 41in. long cast brass Radiator Plate. Both in ex-loco condition as carried by 0-6-0 DM at NCB Easington, Co. Durham. SOLD FOR
£125
160 Carriage Print “Kersey, Suffolk” by Horace Wright from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
161 Caledonian Ry. Co. cast iron Wagon Registration Plate 1918 to carry 20 tons 26425. V.g.c. and face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
162 GNR brass cased Relay Instrument inscribed “Silvertown No. 2875 1917”. On a mahogany disc with inset ivorine letters and seven brass terminals. V.g.c. Ex-Lincoln Telegraph Office. SOLD FOR
£150
163 BR(E) “Station Master” enamel Doorplate in superb condition and screwed to a wooden display board. SOLD FOR
£260
164 LNER Locomotive Whistle as carried by the ‘K1’ Class 2-6-0 No. 62041. Totally ex-loco condition with BR tags attached from Hartlepool MPD. SOLD FOR
£380
165 LNWR fully titled paper Carriage Notice “Do not throw out of the window anything that is likely to hurt men working on the line”. Britannia device to top corner. In its original “LNWR” marked glazed frame. 12×7.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£130
166 Box of ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
£70
167 GN & GE Joint cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£80
168 A Collection of 25 brass and copper Plates from Railway Oil Cans. Mainly GER area and include “Warboys GN & GE” and “Corton N & S”. SOLD FOR
£420
169 “NCT Trolleybus Request Stop” double sided enamel ex-Nottingham City Transport. One face v.g.c., the other with restoration. 15.75x15in. SOLD FOR
£90
170 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “44696”. As carried by the (LMS) ‘Black Five’ 4-6-0 built at Horwich in 1950. Allocated to Newton Heath for many years it was w/d from there in May 1967 and cut up by Cohens, Kettering between 11/67 and 2/68. The plate still retains the paintwork applied at Newton Heath. SOLD FOR
£500
171 Station Waiting Room copper and enamel Hanging Gas Lamp with glass shade. Brass makers plate “A. E. Podmore & Co. Patentees 44 Charles St. Hatton Garden London E.C.” V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£90
172 Norfolk & Suffolk Joint Committee 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “M&GNJR” top and body. Large semi-circular brass plate “Roughton Road Fogmen 48 N&SC”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. A signal box location at Cromer. SOLD FOR
£840
173 Pair of BR(M), LMS pattern, Locomotive Headlamps complete with all fittings, stowaway red shade inserts and good bullseye lenses. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£210
174 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Montreal Locomotive Works Limited 58641 April 1918”. Face restored and lightly polished only. 13.75×7.25in. As carried by the South African Railways Class 14CRB 4-8-2 No. 1765. SOLD FOR
£1400
175 Large 3 aspect Sliding Knobs Handlamp with brass makers plate “Player & Mitchell Attwood Passage Cambridge Street Birmingham”. Complete with separate sliding lever blanking plate, original vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and impressive. SOLD FOR
£380
176 Large Single Line Staff inscribed “Pingelly – Popanyinning” from Western Australia. V.g.c. 21in. long. SOLD FOR
£100
177 “Midland Railway” First World War Book of Rememberance. 72pp. in gold embossed hard covers. Together with a MR titled booklet issued to commemorate the unveiling of the War Memorial at Derby on 15th. December 1921. (2). SOLD FOR
£40
178 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9H” (Patricroft). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£90
179 BR Eastern Region cast aluminium Train Headboard “The Talisman” bearing all knocks and bumps from a service career being carried by top link Pacific locomotives. The back is painted “Return to DMPS Kings X” (i.e. District Motive Power Superintendent) and also bears the names of other express train headboards of this style “The Fenman” (see also lot no. 368), “The Comet”; “The Manxman”; “The Irishman” and “The Irish Mail”. The Talisman service commenced on 17th Sept. 1956 between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley leaving KX and Waverley at 16.00. A fine headboard full of character. SOLD FOR
£2700
180 An Album titled “Lines around London” containing travel tickets, ephemera and photographs. Nicely arranged. Must be viewed. SOLD FOR
£40
181 As above a similar album titled “Great Central Main Line” again must be viewed. SOLD FOR
£40
182 As above a similar album titled “Pre-grouping and Joint Lines” again must be viewed. SOLD FOR
£120
183 Rhymney Railway copper Station Lamp Case with engraved name tablet “Pontlottyn”. Complete with vessel, burner, glass chimney and all glazing. V.g.c. 28in. tall. Head of the valley terminus station opened in 1860. SOLD FOR
£740
184 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “The Life Guardsman”. As carried by the LMS ‘Royal Scot’ Class 4-6-0 No. 46150 built at Derby Works in 1930. To lot no. 73. A Crewe North, Llandudno Junction and Holyhead loco it was w/d from Carlisle Kingmoor 11/63 and cut up at Crewe Works the following month. The nameplate, 48.5in. long is in fine condition and is complete with a metal display splasher fitted with a brass oil box. n/s
185 Carriage Print “Anstey, Hertfordshire” by Gyrth Russell from the 1948 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
186 Great Eastern Railway Trolley Lamp with blade bracket to rear. Clearly marked “GER” in body. Lacks original vessel and the bullseye lens is somewhat distressed. A very scarce lamp though. SOLD FOR
£75
187 A Tub of M & GNJR Paperwork etc. including a Conference Minutes Book 1907 – 15, Best Kept Station Certificate for Sutton Bridge, WTT’s, labels, rule book, forms, letters, handbills, etc. Must be viewed. SOLD FOR
£320
188 GCR St. John Ambulance silver Medal inscribed to James Britt with his sew on “GC Railway Ambulance Corps” nickel sleeve badge. (2). SOLD FOR
£40
189 North Western Railway Handbell with a turned wooden handle. 12.25in. tall, complete with clapper and wooden stand. The NWR opened in 1848 and operated lines from Skipton to Low Gill, Clapham to Lancaster and branches. It was worked by the Midland Rly from June 1852 and amalgamated with them in Jan. 1871. SOLD FOR
£760
190 “Hull Barnsley & West Riding Junction Railway & Dock large Book of Plans and Sections Session 1884”. Losses to front cover not affecting main text. Contains nine sheets. n/s
191 LNER cast iron Platform Seatback Nameplate “Malton”. Face restored only. 23.75in. long. SOLD FOR
£640
192 Aluminium “Station Road” Sign. V.g.c. 42.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£65
193 “LNER Leake” brass plated brass Platform Lamp Vessel complete with burner and glass chimney. Old Leake north west of Boston closed in Sept. 1956. SOLD FOR
£120
194 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
£340
195 Stratford-upon-Avon & Midland Junction Railway cast iron Beware of Trains / Trespass Notice. A clean weld repair to a break barely noticeable on the face. Restored. SOLD FOR
£100
196 BR(LMR) quad royal pictorial Poster “The Rebirth of Coventry Cathedral” by Basil Spence. A rear tape repair otherwise minor edge nicks only and no folds. Dated Feb. 1957. n/s
197 “LNER Porter No. 815” enamel Armband with leather straps. Superb example. SOLD FOR
£30
198 An oval cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Worksplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8110 rebuilt Stratford 1916”. As carried by the ex-GER ‘S44’ Class No. 1110 built at Stratford in 1899 becoming LNER ‘G4’ Class No. 8110. Withdrawn April 1932. SOLD FOR
£220
199 “LNER” mahogany Desk Unit with correspondence upstand bearing company initials. Base has recessses for inkwells and pens. Rather nice. 14.5 x 9.25 x 8.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
£170
200 “Hudson’s Soap Powerful Easy and Safe” small enamel Sign. Some restoration and a corner chip. 10 x 7in. SOLD FOR
£170

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