May 2019 :Lots 501-535

SAT 11th May 2019 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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Lots 501 – 535 First >
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501 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Shoreham”. A re-touched face chip between ‘E’ and ‘H’ otherwise flange chipping only. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£460
502 Southern Railway Marine Department large oval china Dish by T. H. Lawley. Top marked with the title scroll and house flag. V.g.c. 14×11.5in. SOLD FOR
£75
503 Carriage Print “London Horse Guards, Whitehall” by John L. Baker from the 1948-55 series. Good condition and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£45
504 Double sided cast aluminium Village Sign Post Top “Elworth Corner Dorset 597851”. Ex-roadside condition with lower portion of rim broken away. SOLD FOR
£30
505 “British Railways” Sailor’s Hat in v.g.c. The title on a silk ribboned band to the perimeter. SOLD FOR
£30
506 GWR pre-grouping “Tickets” enamel Door / Barrier Plate. Light edge wear only. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£75
507 LMS Waiting Room Wall Lamp clearly marked “LMS” and also complete with brass burner and glass chimney. n/s
508 “SE & CR No. 89” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. n/s
509 Mahogany cased Wall Telephone with ivorine plate to the face “The New Phonopore Telephone Co. Ltd. 573 S London Jacobs & Nicholson’s Patents”. Complete with brass bell, alphabet knob selector and twin ear pieces. Good condition. SOLD FOR
£230
510 London & South Western Railway brass cased Pressure Gauge by Dewrance & Co. London. The dial graduated to 100p.s.i. is lettered “Steam L&SWR”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£90
511 A small tinplate Wall Pocket Timetable Holder face titled “South Eastern & Chatham Railway Company Pocket Timetables Gratis”. Unrestored except for a little overpainting of the lettering. 6.75in tall o/all. Includes four SR London – Ostend Party Tickets. SOLD FOR
£50
512 Midland Railway ornate cast iron Wall Lamp Bracket with “MR Co” brass plate together with the correct brass vessel stamped “MR Co Gas” complete with burner and glass chimney. SOLD FOR
£260
513 GWR pre-grouping cast iron “Tickets” Door / Barrier Plate in fine original condition. SOLD FOR
£250
514 Pair of cast brass South African Railways Locomotive Tender Plates “2700MT2” (ex 19D Class 4-8-2 built 1938 by Borsig) and “3538 cz” (ex 25NC Class 4-8-2 built 1954 by NBL Co.). SOLD FOR
£120
515 A pair of GWR post grouping brass collar 4 aspect Handlamps by private manufacturers. A Polkey example and another by Eli Griffiths, Bardford St. Birmingham. Both complete and restored. (2). SOLD FOR
£95
516 Pressed aluminium Road Sign “A32”. In good ex-roadside condition. 21.5x11in. SOLD FOR
£50
517 Acrylic Sign with applied perspex letters “Passengers without porters / Voyageurs sans porteurs” ex-Folkestone. 72x26in. SOLD FOR
£40
518 “London & South Western Railway Company” Coat of Arms Transfer mounted onto a painted framed wooden panel. V.g.c. 20x20in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£30
519 Southern Railway brass Signal Box Lamp Repeater. The dial written “Light In / Out”. Trafolite oval above “2 Light”. V.g.c. and mounted on a backing board with steel angle bracket. SOLD FOR
£60
520 GWR pre-grouping 3 aspect Handlamp with fluted top and notched brass ring. Body stamped “GWR 144” and has a brass “Arthur J. Poole” makers plate. The vessel section converted to a candle holder, probably in service, but retaining the reflector. Green glass missing otherwise v.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
£70
521 Reproduction cast brass “West Country Class” Locomotive Scroll. Face painted only. SOLD FOR
£50
522 Full size Reproduction wooden Train Headboard “Cornish Riviera Express” complete with Cornish crest. Very displayable. 52.75in. wide. SOLD FOR
£80
523 BR(SR) Train Tail Lamp brass plated “BR(S) 0560”. Complete with all fittings and red bullseye lens. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
£85
524 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1954 Derby”. Unpainted 10.5x6in. Locos built that year at Derby were Standard Class 5 Nos. 73050 – 73074, Std. 2-6-4T Nos. 80054 – 57 and 0-6-0DE Shunters Nos. 13040 – 59 and 13082 – 96. SOLD FOR
£40
525 Carriage Print “London, the River Thames at Putney” by A.J. Wilson from the 1954 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
526 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Yeovil – Yeovil Town”. V.g.c. with traces of original red paint. SOLD FOR
£200
527 Southern Railway fully titled enamel Sign referring to bill posters. Some restored chipping. Good colour and shine. 19.5x15in. SOLD FOR
£140
528 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Kemsing”. A chip near the ‘E’ otherwise minor edge chips. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£230
529 Cast aluminium Locomotive Shedplate “82A”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£160
530 Corrugated 3 aspect Handlamp bearing its “Messenger Patent Corrugated Lamp” brass makers plate. The upper brass ring stamped “Coegnant Machine” (ex- South Wales Colliery). Complete with all fittings and glasses. Cleaned and restored. SOLD FOR
£520
531 GWR ornate cast iron Wall Lamp Bracket with integral cast ‘basket’ to accept the lamp vessel. Very good condition. SOLD FOR
£140
532 GWR pre-grouping two piece enamel Door Plates “Booking Office” to suit a pair of doors. Some restoration and general edge chipping. SOLD FOR
£50
533 GWR Crossing Gate Lamp with four bullseye lenses. Complete with correct GWR interior lamp and base spigot for mounting on a gate bracket. SOLD FOR
£85
534 Box of Miscellaneous Items. SOLD FOR
£75
535 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Bournemouth West”. Minor wear above the first “U” otherwise v.g.c. Long remembered for its association with S&DJR trains this south coast terminus station closed in Oct. 1965. SOLD FOR
£1250
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