March 2019 Lots 51-100

SAT 23rd March 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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51 BR(M) flangeless enamel Station Sign “Tickets”. Tiny chips only very good colour and shine. 20.5 x 17.5in. SOLD FOR
£120
52 Great Eastern Railway Fireplace Fender bearing the “GER” initials cast in the face. Restored. 47x15in. SOLD FOR
£40
53 Railway Company Rule Books: “North Staffordshire Rly. 1916”, “L&YR 1897”, “LNWR 1911” and “LNWR 1923”. All in good condition. (4). SOLD FOR
£30
54 “LNER” enamel double royal Poster Board Header. Small chips and with good colour and shine. In a wooden frame 30in. long o/all. SOLD FOR
£170
55 BR(NE) “Excess Luggage” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt. Excellent condition. SOLD FOR
£460
56 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Claydon Coaching No. 1”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Devoid of paint. The location was on the Oxford – Bletchley line. SOLD FOR
£170
57 Bronze Single Line Key inscribed “Pott’ic Carr – Low Ellers”. A GNR / South Yorkshire Joint section south east of Doncaster. SOLD FOR
£240
58 “GNR 296” cast iron Bridge Numberplate from the East Coast Main Line between Newark and Retford. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£75
59 Great Eastern Railway sprung wound 8 inch mahogany cased Clock. Branded “GER” in the back three times and written “Chadwell Heath”. Very good condition with key. SOLD FOR
£130
60 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway St. Neots”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. ECML south of Huntingdon. SOLD FOR
£80
61 “Canadian Pacific” Interest: a silver plated crumb tray and table scoop by Mappin & Webb together with a fine titled cotton damask tablecloth decorated with maple leaves. (3). SOLD FOR
£50
62 Canadian Pacific Steamships brass Vesta Match Case. The lid with house flag is embossed “Ask the Canadian Pacific about Canada”. The base lists the company ships and their tonnages. SOLD FOR
£60
63 Oil Storage Can with a fine brass plate “M&GNJR Lowestoft Petroleum”. V.g.c. and complete with brass cap. 13in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
£140
64 Box of Miscellaneous Items. SOLD FOR
£420
65 Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Working Timetables No. 199 from 1st. July 1874. 93pp. in good condition and bound into new hard covers with titled spine. SOLD FOR
£120
66 A “LYR” incised stone Boundary Marker in good condition. 21.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£65
67 Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co. official folding Card “Programme of arrangements for the Ceremony of Turning the First Sod of the New Derbyshire Lines by the Right Hon. Earl Manvers at Beighton 7th. February 1890”. Full company coat of arms to rear. A scarce item in good condition. n/s
68 Tyers large ‘Scottish’ wooden cased Signal Box Block Instrument. Service scratches otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£140
69 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55C” (Farnley Junction). Restored. SOLD FOR
£50
70 GNR Oil Storage Can bearing a large metal plate “Lard Oil Honnington (sic) GNR” and a brass “George Samson Birmingham” makers plate. Unrestored. 14in. tall. Honington station was north east of Grantham, junction for Lincoln and Sleaford lines. SOLD FOR
£85
71 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8340 Cowlairs Works 1912”. Cleaned. As carried by the NBR later J88 0-6-0T shedded at Haymarket in BR days. SOLD FOR
£180
72 Midland Railway cast iron Signal Post Finial. 29in tall. Restored. SOLD FOR
£75
73 Caledonian Railway silver plated Hot Water Pot by Walker & Hall. Nicely face inscribed with the “CR” monogram. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£85
74 “Bury Branch L&Y Railway Co. Orphange Fund” so painted wooden Collection Box. Very good original condition. SOLD FOR
£80
75 Carriage Print “Amersham, Buckinghamshire” by Horace Wright from the LNER 1945-47 series. Minor water mark and a small nick. In an original type glazed frame. n/s
76 “Cressing – Braintree Stn” steel miniature Single Line Staff. A section of the former GER Bishop’s Stortford to Witham line. SOLD FOR
£80
77 Double sided enamel Sign “Use Testefas the new sage lamp oil”. Wall flange neatly removed. Good condition with deep colour and shine. 13x10in. SOLD FOR
£75
78 LNER painted wooden Station Master’s Chair with rounded arms and spindle back supports. Company initials branded underneath. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£70
79 “Midland Railway Hotels” delightful small glazed stoneware Butter Tot bearing the full title and wyvern to the face. V.g.c. and only 1.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£75
80 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
£260
81 “March / Cambridge” double sided small wooden Carriage Board. Very good original condition. 32.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£75
82 NER mahogany cased Pegging Block Instrument with engraved brass plates “Up Line” and “To Bedlington SO”. A nice instrument with LNER rotary commutator in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£180
83 LNER, Great Eastern Section, 3 aspect Locomotive Headlamp incorporating a purple glass for working out of Liverpool Street. Body stamped “LNE-E” and dated 1931. Complete and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£880
84 LNER double royal letterpress Poster “Sunday Train Service 1st. June 1930”. Shows Aberdeen – Inverness and Aberdeen – Ballater lines stations. Many now closed. Some edge tears otherwise good condition. n/s
85 Large enamel Sign “North British Railway Co’s Station Hotel Queen Street, Glasgow Now Open”. Some edge corrosion losses but very little text affected. Main area is very good with fine colour and shine. 59.75x36in. The North British Hotel in Glasgow re-opened after modernisation in May 1905 so accurately dates this sign. SOLD FOR
£160
86 “South African Railways 1773” oval cast brass Tender Plate as attached to the Class 14CRB 4-8-2 locomotive built by Alco Montreal Works No. 58649 of 1919. SOLD FOR
£160
87 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Woodwalton 1”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. ECML signal box location south of Huntingdon. SOLD FOR
£210
88 Cast iron Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Becorit”. Weld repairs to right end. Restored. 22×5.5in. and on a display board. As carried by a 100h.p. diesel hydraulic loco which worked at Clipstone Colliery, Notts. n/s
89 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40F” (Boston). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£250
90 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “Station Master”. Face restored only in NE Region colours. SOLD FOR
£220
91 Carriage Print “Ben Slioch and Loch Maree, Wester Ross” by W. Douglas McLeod from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series, small size. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
92 Box of ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
£60
93 LNWR Motor Lorry Rear Lamp by J&R Oldfield, Birmingham. Brass plate to rear “LNWR 935” and later side plate “LMSR 70B”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Devoid of paint. SOLD FOR
£130
94 Box of Signalling Items. SOLD FOR
£360
95 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Beattock”. No chips but slight loss of shine. A former Cal. Ry. station between Carlisle and Carstairs closed in Jan 1972. The name being synonymous with the famous WCML incline and Auden’s “Night Mail” poem. SOLD FOR
£880
96 GCR Platform Lamp Top with a white glass nameplate “Elsham”. Complete with vessel, burner, glass chimney, all glazing and decorative corner ears. Nicely restored. The station was on the Barnetby – Scunthorpe line closed in Oct. 1993. SOLD FOR
£260
97 BR(NER) quad royal pictorial / map Poster “Northumberland and Durham” by E.H. Spencer, Jan. 1960. Features a Class 40 D201 on an express train. Folds and minor edge nicks. n/s
98 London Midland & Scottish Railway Company fully titled enamel Trespass Notice. V.g.c. with some restoration around top fixing hole. 21.5x18in. SOLD FOR
£190
99 Railway Carriage Roof Lamp of early form with brass plate “The Patent Imperial Railway Carriage Roof Lamp Alexander Kelly 50 Mark Lane London E.C.” Fine original condition and complete. SOLD FOR
£60
100 “Midland Railway” large silver Ambulance Medal. Reverse inscribed “Awarded to Joseph Gilliver for first aid and rendered at Aldridge June 29th. 1903”. V.g.c. and in its presentation box with a celluloid St. John Ambulance lapel badge. SOLD FOR
£220

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