May 2018 Lots 351-400

SAT 12th May 2018 -Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln,
Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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351 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “83E” (St. Blazey then Yeovil). Restored. SOLD FOR
£230
352 Taff Vale Railway brass Thunderer Guard’s Whistle. Clearly marked “T.V.R.” Very good condition and working order. SOLD FOR
£80
353 BR(S) enamel Sign “Out” in its original wooden frame. Very good condition with no chips to the enamel. 21 x 20.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£65
354 LSWR “Porter 6003” nickel Cap Badge retaining its original black leather backing. Fine condition. SOLD FOR
£55
355 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Yeovil Junction” on its original backing board with curtailed metal bracket. Re-touching to perimeter edge chipping only. Fine deep colour and shine. n/s
356 London & South Western Railway cast iron Signal Finial by Evans O’Donnell & Co. Chippenham. Nicely restored. 24.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£85
357 “The South Eastern and Chatham Railway Companies Managing Committee” Coat of Arms Transfer mounted on a painted and framed wooden panel. Very impressive. 19x19in. SOLD FOR
£70
358 GWR cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “6115” as carried by the 2-6-2T (large Prairie) built in 1930. A Slough and Pontypool Road engine in BR days it was w/d Nov. 1964 and cut up at Woodhams, Barry. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£540
359 Original Painting by Joe Townend, G.R.A. depicting ‘Hall Class No. 4976 “Warfield Hall” overtaking Prairie Tank No. 5192 near Stratford-on-Avon. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 24x20in. SOLD FOR
£100
360 “Croydon Corporation Tramways” brass Staff Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£100
361 Cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “Registered by the G.W.R. Co. 1905 to carry 10 tons 70387”. Face restored only with lugs intact. A nice pre-grouping example. SOLD FOR
£120
362 Internal enamel Tram Car Number Plate bearing the number “87” below a shield with knight’s head and two dolphins. Edge wear mainly. 7.25×5.75in. Ex-Poole Tramways. SOLD FOR
£110
363 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Three Bridges”. One restored chip between the two words and the flange has been re-painted. Very good colour and shine. A former LB&SCR station south of Gatwick. SOLD FOR
£600
364 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “82C” (Swindon). Face restored only a while ago. n/s
365 Enamel Advertising Sign “Church’s Alabastine Filler” incorporating a pictorial box of the product. A few chips but none to the image. Good colour and shine. 20x15in. SOLD FOR
£230
366 A Pair of BR(M) LMS pattern Locomotive Headlamps. Both complete with vessels, burners, red shade inserts and good bullseye lenses. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£240
367 Two enamel Station Train Departure Board Plates “Horsham” and “Reading”. Usual edge wear. (2). n/s
368 “GWR Road Motor Services in West Cornwall” official Booklet of 39pp. for Summer 1927. Light foxing but scarce. SOLD FOR
£70
369 Box of Miscellaneous Railwayana. SOLD FOR
£250
370 Set of cast aluminium Numbers “D7086” from the BR Class 35 Hymek Diesel Locomotive. Face polished only. Remains of Rail Blue to the backs which have most of the fixing screws present. SOLD FOR
£460
371 “Great Western Railway” fully titled cast iron Signal Box Door Plate “No unauthorised person is allowed in this box by order”. Good ex-box condition. Note this is the version with the word “is”. (See also lot 46). SOLD FOR
£190
372 A Smokebox Door Handle from the BR Standard Class 4 4-6-0 No. 75077. A Basingstoke loco it was w/d July 1967 and cut up at King’s of Norwich. The handle is nicely painted “75077”. SOLD FOR
£90
373 Black & White Motorways Ltd. Booking Office” double sided enamel Sign featuring an early single decker coach. Superb condition on its original iron wall bracket. 24x21in. The bracket 27in. tall. n/s
374 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Way Out”. Very minor edge chips only. Ex-station condition with good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£120
375 Great Western Railway Flare Lamp with brass plate “GWR St. Blazey Pilot Van” and a steel plate “No. 2”. Complete with cap and wick and is in v.g.c. A nice Cornish item. SOLD FOR
£190
376 BR(S) wooden two tier Handbill Display Rack lettered “Southern” in a totem and “Cheap Trips from this station”. Good original condition with cream and green paintwork. 29.5in. high x 27.25in. wide. SOLD FOR
£150
377 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway oak cased Mantle Clock. The original 3.25in convex dial with Arabic numerals is written “Winder Derby”. The hands are original and the base deeply branded “S&DJR” stands on four ball feet. V.g.c. and in working order with original key. The clock is ex-Bath Green park Loco Shed Master’s Office and was purchased from a retired S&D employee Fred Holmes who was Loco Running Foreman at Green Park and spent most of his career there. His responsibility was to wind the clock located on the Shed Master’s Office mantelpiece every few days. On his retirement, just before closure of the shed he was presented with the clock which stands 9in. high. Clock records show Richard Winder working at 34 London Road, Derby circa 1910 and credited with making clocks for the Midland Railway. n/s
378 BR(SR) double royal pictorial Poster “Bournemouth” by Durman. A vibrant image of a blooming rhododendron with the pier and cliffs below. Folds only. SOLD FOR
£110
379 LB & SCR 4 aspect Handlamp. Body has oval brass plate “London Brighton and South Coast Railway Company” and a steel plate “Fogmen Hove”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£360
380 London & South Western Railway Beware of Trains cast iron Notice. Restored. SOLD FOR
£80
381 Original Oil Painting by Bernard Jones c1987 depicting the “Dorset Belle Rail Tour” crossing the Corfe Castle Viaduct hauled by Ivatt Tank Locos 41284 & 41301 on 27th. Feb. 1966. Framed 22.5×18.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£85
382 “Grey Cars” Omnibus Company printed aluminium Tour Board. 30x16in. n/s
383 “Elliott Bros. Bournemouth Royal Blue” gilt and enamel Staff Cap Badge with King’s crown together with a later “Royal Blue” chrome & enamel staff lapel badge. Both in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£80
384 Maenclochog Railway untitled enamel Gate Notice. Unusual in that it offers “Half the penalty” to the person informing on those that do not shut and lock the gates. A very early notice with some well executed restoration. 15.75x12in. The Maenclochog Railway opened in Sept. 1876 from Narberth Road to Rosebush in South West Wales. It was acquired by the Rosebush & Fishguard Rly. in 1881, re-named the North Pembrokeshire & Fishguard Rly. in 1884. Then vested in the GWR in 1898. SOLD FOR
£700
385 Great Western Railway mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The 12in. dial written “G.W.R.” A fine chain driven fusee movement in brass plates with turned pillars. The back box bears a “BR-WR 4817” ivorine plate. Working order with pendulum and key. This clock was sold through Collector’s Corner, Euston in 1975. SOLD FOR
£400
386 Cast iron Agricultural Plate “Taunton No. 1 First Prize Haymaker. Jeffrey & Blackstone Stamford. England” Face restored 10×7.5in. Screwed to a backing board. SOLD FOR
£40
387 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Waddon”. Minor edge / flange chips only. A former LB&SCR station. SOLD FOR
£280
388 South Western Railway twin blade folding Pen Knife with bone side panels. Silver side insert and one of the blades are marked “SWR Co.”. An amazing survivor indeed. SOLD FOR
£210
389 Great Western Railway wooden Station Sign with applied letters “Ladies Room”. V.g.c. and nicely restored 48x18in. with fixing brackets. SOLD FOR
£70
390 A framed and glazed Lithograph by Bourne titled “Long Tunnel – Fox’s Wood (from the west)”. Rails appear to be broad gauge. Light foxing and damp mark to a corner. 19×14.5in. o/all. n/s
391 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75F” (Tunbridge Wells). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. face restored only. SOLD FOR
£150
392 GWR double royal pictorial Poster “Barry for varied enjoyment the bracing South Wales Resort” by Geoffrey Evans. A scarce poster with one small edge tear but no folds. SOLD FOR
£300
393 Southern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “Waiting Room”. A couple of very small re-touched chips. Fine deep colour and shine. n/s
394 LB & SCR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped with company initials and with “S[E]R” plate to chimney. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£85
395 Great Western Railway enamel Doorplate “Waiting Room” from Bradford-on-Avon station. A very early pre-grouping plate with some chipping but good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£130
396 BR(SR) Carriage System Diagram in an original glazed frame. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£140
397 A painted wooden Carriage Board “The Royal Duchy”. Very good original condition 132in. long. This express ran from Paddington to Penzance from 1957 to 1965. To the best of our knowledge this was the only BR named train which required the consent of H.M. The Queen for the use of its title. SOLD FOR
£220
398 BR(S) “Excess Luggage” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£540
399 London & South Western Railway Policeman’s oak octagonal Truncheon superbly impressed “L&SWRy.” V.g.c. and scarce. 20in. long. SOLD FOR
£320
400 “GWR Hotels” Liqueur Glass nicely face etched with the company title. V.g.c. 3.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
£30

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