May 2021 Lots 137 – 181

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Lots 137 – 159 Closing time Wednesday May 12th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21105
137 “Great Eastern Railway” enamel and brass First World War Service Lapel Badge. V.g.c. sold for
138 As Previous Lot “Great Central Railway”. V.g.c. sold for
139 Railway Clearing House enamel and brass Second World War Service Lapel Badge. Low staff number “22” in the back. sold for
140 “Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Ltd Munitions of War Imperial Service” brass Lapel Badge. Button hole loop re-soldered on the back. sold for
141 “Shropshire Union Railway & Canal Company” cast iron Bridge Notice. Restored a while ago. An impressive sign at 34×18.5in. sold for
142 Cast iron Signal Gantry Makers Plate “The Railway Signal Co. Ltd. Engineers London & Liverpool England”. V.g.c. and unrestored. 9.5×5.25in. sold for
143 London & North Western Railway Ships brass Wall Lamp stamped “L&NWR 1st. Class Entrances & Passages”. Original vessel with brass plate “Ceralight Co. Ltd. Glasgow Patent No. 2101”. Complete with burner and bevelled edged glasses to three sides. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for
144 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “38A” (Colwick). As carried by the ‘Austerity’ 2-8-0 No. 90251. Face restored and mounted on a wooden display board. sold for
145 Small enamel Sign “When full return to GWR Refreshment Dept. Mill Bay / When empty return to GWR Carriage Dept. Newquay”. Comprises a back plate 11.75×5.8in. with a centre hinged flap 4.75×5.3in. showing the alternative instructions. Faded and worn but scarce. Millbay was the carriage sidings facility at Plymouth. n/s
146 Three Handlamps: SR, LMS ‘Rippingille’ makers and LMS ‘Austerity’ pattern together with two BR Flarelamps and a BR conical oilcan. All complete and in v.g.c. (6). sold for
147 “Trenholme Bar to Potto” oval metal ‘Ticket’ 8x4in. From the North Yorkshire & Cleveland Railway closed in June 1954. sold for
148 Great Central Railway Uniform Insignia: Block initials cap badge, block initials within an open frame, loco shield and ‘Forward’ scroll collar badge. All in nickel and v.g.c. (3). sold for
149 Great Eastern Railway upholstered oak Chair. “G.E.R” initials carved into the back rail. Brown Rexine upholstery. Underside is branded “GER 1906” and has a brass makers plate “Hampton & Sons Pall Mall East, London”. V.g.c. sold for
150 GER 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “GER Rayleigh 3”. Earlier pattern with fluted cap complete with all fittings and glasses and unpainted. Back handle removed. The location between Wickford and Southend. sold for
151 ‘Austerity’ WD Locomotive brass Hooter Whistle ex-90445 together with its 51C shedplate. Both unrestored. Removed from the loco at West Hartlepool Depot whilst in store prior to cutting up at Thompson’s, Stockton-on-Tees. sold for
152 “LMS Hotels” side marked silver plated half pint Hot Milk / Water Pot by Mappin & Webb. Usual service light bruises otherwise v.g.c. n/s
153 A pair of reproduction cast iron Furness Railway Platform Seat Ends incorporating the well known ‘squirrel and grapes’ design. V.g.c. sold for
154 London & North Western Railway fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. V.g.c. and face restored only a while ago. sold for
155 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer Peacock & Co. Ld. 1913 Manchester”. Face lightly polished only. 9.75×5.75in. As carried by a GNR(I) Class ‘T’ 4-4-2T. Loco. sold for
156 Small LMS Oil Can with large brass plate “LMSR to be returned to Oil Stores Derby when empty”. V.g.c. 8in. tall. sold for
157 Rolled coloured Signal Box Diagram “Ilkley”. A fine diagram showing the terminus station and the approaches from Guiseley. A small edge tear at one end otherwise v.g.c. Dated 1969. 60×18.5in. sold for
158 Original Poster Artwork depicting a Highland Piper by Lawrence. Painted in gouache on artpaper on card full size for the BR poster which is illustrated in Dr. Richard Furniss’ “Poster to Poster” book Volume 1, page 201. 26×19.75in. sold for
159 Mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with tapper and a nickel cow bell. V.g.c. sold for
Lots 160 – 181 Closing time Wednesday May 12th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21106
160 Glasgow & South Western Railway 3 aspect Bulpitt Patent Handlamp. Stamped “G&SWR H 349” in the body and plated “Bulpitt & Sons Birmingham 1907”. Complete with Bulpitt Patent vessel and burner, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and restored. n/s
161 “Great Western Railway Hotels” squat silver plated Teapot by Elkington. Face marked with the twin shields device and title scroll. V.g.c. 4in. tall o/all. n/s
162 “Great Western Railway Hotels” elegant silver plated Teapot by Walker & Hall. Face marked with the twin shields and title scroll device. V.g.c. 7.5in. tall o/all. sold for
163 “LNER 1312 Doncaster Works 1929” cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate. Face restored. As carried by the K3 Class 2-6-0, Works Number 1712. Numbered 1871 in Jan 1946 it became BR 61871 in Feb. 1949. A Hull Dairycoates engine in BR days it was w/d Dec. 1962 and cut up at Doncaster Works. sold for
164 BR(NE) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Stanningley”. Chips and a straightened crease as per photo. The tangerine colour has ‘browned’ a little but the white areas are good. A scarce survivor recently ‘unearthed’ from a Leeds garden shed where it had resided for 50 years ! sold for
165 “L&NWR Co. 2529 Crewe” oval enamel Luncheon Basket Plate with two flanges. Some restoration but very presentable. n/s
166 “GCR 288 (46)” cast iron Viaduct Plate from the Weekday Cross structure in Nottingham. Face restored only. sold for
167 Carriage Print “Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire” by Jack Merriott from the Midland Region 1950 series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
168 “Great Western Railway Notice No unauthorised person allowed in this box by order” cast iron Signal Box Doorplate. Face restored only. Nice ex-door back. sold for
169 Metropolitan Railway original Coat of Arms Transfer on a cream painted wooden panel. Stencilled on the back is “LNER Carriage Works York No. 383”. 19x17in. sold for
170 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “5A” (Crewe North). Unrestored. sold for
171 Bronze Single Line Key plated “Bishop Auckland – Wolsingham”. Original condition with red paint. Former NER Wearhead branch closed to passengers in June 1953. sold for
172 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “92194”. Face restored only. As carried by the BR Class 9F 2-10-0 built at Swindon in June 1958 to Lot No. 422 and fitted with a double chimney. New to Doncaster then Immingham through to withdrawal in Dec. 1965. A short period of storage at 85B Gloucester was followed by cutting up by Arnott Young, Parkgate. sold for
173 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated double ended Egg Cup face marked with the twin shields and title scroll device. A seldom offered piece. sold for
174 Great Western Railway pre-grouping cast iron Distant Signal Finial with two sided base for fixing atop wooden posts. V.g.c. and restored. 30in. tall. n/s
175 “Great Eastern Railway Trespassers will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice. Face restored. sold for
176 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “Ladies Waiting Room” ex-March. V.g.c. and face restored only. sold for
177 Box of Lamps: LSWR 3 aspect Handlamp, LNER 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Newport” (Cambridge – Bishop Stortford line), BR(E) Loco Headlamp lacking flip over red shade, and a small Wall Lamp. All unrestored (4). sold for
178 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8892 Darlington Works 1933”. As carried by the tender originally attached to the B16 Class 4-6-0 No. 61459. sold for
179 “L&NWR” early bone / horn Whistle very nicely inscribed with the company initials. V.g.c. and working order. sold for
180 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “Speed Limit 8 m.p.h.” Very minor chips to edges only. Good colour and shine. 24x18in. sold for
181 Small glazed stoneware Container lettered “When empty to be returned to General Stores Dept. LMS Derby. For iodine only”. Hairline crack to body does not detract. Complete with its stoneware screw-in stopper. 7in. tall. sold for

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