March 2019 Lots 401-450

SAT 23rd March 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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401 “Use Tea Rose American Lamp Oil” double sided enamel Sign with wall flange. Light chipping and loss of shine. 13x10in. SOLD FOR
£100
402 “James Shipstone & Sons Ltd. Nottingham” cast iron “Rights of Way 1932” Notice. A 18x9in sign from this well-known local brewery company in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£120
403 Carriage Print “Richard III at Leicester” by A.R. Whitear from the LMR 1955 History Series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£190
404 NER mahogany cased Non-Pegging Block Instrument with ivorine plate “Up Line” and brass plate “To Highfield”. V.g.c. ex-Foggathorpe on the Market Weighton – Selby line. SOLD FOR
£180
405 LNER double royal Train Departures Poster Timetable for “Doncaster Central 7th. Oct. 1946 to 4th. May 1947”. Very minor edge losses, folds and some light staining down right edge. SOLD FOR
£30
406 “Great Eastern Railway Trespassers will be Prosecuted” cast iron Notice. Face restored. SOLD FOR
£85
407 “General Motors Locomotives Electro-Motive Division Class 0-4-4-0 Serial 25319 July 1959” etched stainless steel Builders Plate. Ex-Milwaukee Railroad GP9 / 324. Ex-loco condition. 15×4.12in. SOLD FOR
£85
408 MSLR 1890 General Instructions hard backed Book together with a GNR folding linen distance map of 1897 in hard covers. Some distressing but good documents nonetheless. SOLD FOR
£50
409 Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Body is stamped “E & G Ry. 245” and has a brass makers plate “P.W. McLennan Manufacturers Glasgow” with coat of arms. Complete with original McLennan brass plated vessel, all fittings and glasses and in ex-service green paint. Rare indeed the E & GR opened linking the two cities in Feb 1842. It amalgamated with the NBR in 1865. SOLD FOR
£1200
410 Oval metal Train Staff Ticket inscribed “Cliff Common to Barlby North”. From the former NER Selby to Market Weighton line closed in 1964. SOLD FOR
£50
411 Newcastle & Darlington Junction Railway Wall Lamp of unusual sloping fronted form. Stamped “N&DJR” in the roof, the lamp features a reservoir feed via a rear tube with a wooden plug. A very early lamp indeed in v.g.c. complete with vessel, burner, glass chimney, back mounted reflector and all glazing. 27in. tall o/all. The N&DJR opened in June 1844 and was re-named the York & Newcastle Railway in 1846. SOLD FOR
£2200
412 A metal cased Station Platform Ticket Machine previously in use at Leeds (City). Complete with wooden money tray & door lock. Works on 10p. coins. Painted finish. 36x13x9.5in. deep. SOLD FOR
£110
413 Enamel Advertising Sign “Spillers Osoko The Paramount Dog Food”. Screwhole chips mainly. Very good colour and shine. 24×9.5in. SOLD FOR
£170
414 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16A” (Nottingham). Face restored only. LMS style. SOLD FOR
£80
415 Ian Allan “British Railways Locomotives and other Motive Power Combined Volumes for Summer 1964, Winter 1964 and Winter 1965” together with a similar “Locomotives & Loco Shed example for 1959. The latter with dust wrapper. Good condition throughout with no marks or underlining. (4). SOLD FOR
£50
416 Caledonian Railway General Purpose Handlamp stamped “Caledonian” in the arched top. Complete with all fittings and bevelled edge glasses. Restored and uncommon. SOLD FOR
£80
417 Wooden Signal Box Board with cast iron letters “Langley”. Fine ex-box condition 50.5×10.75in. An ECML signal box between Stevenage and Welwyn. The well-known water troughs were located just north of the box. SOLD FOR
£270
418 GNR / LNER cast iron “6” or “9” Plate from one of the company’s coal drops. Unrestored. 9x7in. SOLD FOR
£20
419 Great Eastern Railway Handbell with a turned wooden handle. 14.5in. tall and complete with clapper and wooden stand. Impressive. SOLD FOR
£520
420 Box of Lamps. SOLD FOR
£600
421 “GWR” enamel quad royal Poster Board Header in LNER Blue for display on the latter company’s stations. Some enamel and corrosion loss to left end but with fine colour and shine. 54in. long. LMS examples appear from time to time but GWR headers are much scarcer. SOLD FOR
£95
422 GNR Ground Signal Lamp Case brass plated “Great Northern Railway 19711” and “Yaxley”. Complete with its “Yaxley” interior lamp. Restored. Yaxley was south of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£110
423 Carriage Print “Welwyn Viaduct, Hertfordshire” by S.R. Badmin from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£60
424 British Railways modular plastic cased Signal Box Block Instrument with bell. Dymotape location strip “Finedon Road”. A Northants location. SOLD FOR
£170
425 GWR 4 aspect brass collar Handlamp. Stamped “GWR” and plated “1281” and “Eli Griffiths & Sons Bradford St. Birmingham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£85
426 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The Drewry Car Co. Ltd. City Wall House, London, EC2. Loco No. 2604 204hp 1957 Associated with Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. Darlington”. As carried by the BR Class 04 Diesel Shunter D2260. On withdrawal it went to the NCB Coed Bach Kidwelly and named “Thomas Harling”. The plate is face polished with a painted back. 8x5in. SOLD FOR
£340
427 London & North Western Railway ‘Fletchers’ Signal Box Block Instrument for double line working. SOLD FOR
£150
428 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Direction Sign “British Railways” (in totem) “North Wembley Station” with left pointing arrow. V.g.c. 28x13in. A former LNWR station between Wembley and Harrow-on-the-Hill. SOLD FOR
£360
429 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84D” (Leamington then Penzance). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£210
430 Lancs & Yorks Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LYR Whalley 16640”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. The station was north east of Blackburn on the line to Hellifield. SOLD FOR
£130
431 Bronze Single Line Key Token inscribed “Appleby East – Warcop 13” (key end replaced). A section of the former NER Eden Valley Jct – Kirkby Stephen line. SOLD FOR
£250
432 Midland Railway double sided enamel Hanging Sign “Smoking / Please do not spit”. Unrestored with edge wear. Scarce. 21.5×5.75in. SOLD FOR
£80
433 A painted wooden Ganger’s Box lettered “P.Way Ganger LM & SR Plumpton”. Good ex-service condition. A former Furness Railway junction near Ulverston. SOLD FOR
£130
434 Caledonian Railway enamel “Look-Out” Armband. Usual service edge wear and lacking straps. n/s
435 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Werkspoor Amsterdam No. 733 AD 1936”. Face lightly polished only. 12×7.12in. SOLD FOR
£300
436 Three Wagon Plates: “NER 19420” (pressed steel); “LNER-E 12809A May 1941” (cast iron star); “Chas. Roberts Horbury Junction Wakefield” (cast iron smaller size). SOLD FOR
£50
437 LNER fully titled Telephone Circuit Card for “Tuxford Yard”. 12 locations including Dukeries GC and GN Booking Offices. V.g.c. in its original glazed cast iron frame mounted on a board. SOLD FOR
£400
438 A selection of “Wilson Line” Shipping Glassware comprising carafe and three different spirit glasses together with an “Ellerman’s Wilson Line” glass. All in v.g.c. (5). SOLD FOR
£65
439 BR(ER) quad royal pictorial Poster “Lincoln” by Allanson Hick. A fine view of the cathedral from the Brayford. Minor edge tears or nicks and the folds are backed with ‘invisible’ mending tape. SOLD FOR
£340
440 Carriage Print “Cromford, Derbyshire” by Jack Merriott from the LMR 1950 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
441 Double sided painted wooden Carriage Board “Arbroath & Perth / Forfar & Aberdeen”. Nice original condition. 30in. long. SOLD FOR
£140
442 War Department, LMS pattern, Locomotive Headlamp embossed “WD”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£100
443 Brass cased Signal Box Plunger with a porcelain push. Engraved “Reedham Swing Bridge Down Road Escutcheon”. No innards but v.g.c. Former GER Norwich – Yarmouth line. SOLD FOR
£210
444 Signalling Installation cast iron Makers Plate “The Humber Graving Dock & Engineering Co. Ltd. Makers King’s Dock Immingham”. Restored. 12×7.5in. SOLD FOR
£30
445 Great Eastern Railway silver plated Chamber Stick nicely top marked with the “GER” script initials and dragon’s wing device. V.g.c. and complete with its snuffer cap. SOLD FOR
£230
446 “Great Eastern Railway large Plans & Sections of Works Book for the 1904 Session”. Three sheets in good order. SOLD FOR
£50
447 Box containing six Signal Box Repeater Instruments. SOLD FOR
£150
448 North Staffordshire Railway 12in. mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The ex-service dial written “T. Armstrong & Bro. Manchester N.S.Ry. Co.”. The back box is stamped with its “355” N.S.R. number and bears a later metal plate “LMSR 6125”. A fine chain driven fusee movement is mounted within ornate shaped plates. A handsome clock in v.g.c. with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
£740
449 LNER Welch Patent Signal Lamp Interior plated “Belle Isle Junc.” Complete with all fittings and glasses and official BR receipt of purchase. A well-known Kings Cross location. SOLD FOR
£210
450 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Eltham Well Hall”. Flange chips only. Very good colour and shine. A SR station opened in 1927 closed 1985 and replaced by a new “Eltham” station. SOLD FOR
£460

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