May 2021 Lots 89 – 136

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Lots 89 – 111 Closing time Wednesday May 12th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
89 “Caledonian Station Hotel Edinburgh” silver plated tapered Spirit Measure by Elkington. Face marked with the title crest and scroll. Scarce. sold for
90 Great Western Railway Carpet 67.5×35.5in. bearing two “GWR” roundel devices. Some ex-service wear but the edges are nicely bound with no fraying. n/s
91 A model engineered brass, copper and steel Steam Locomotive Smokebox complete with perch bracket, door and turned chimney. Well made with fine rivet work. A nice ornament in its own right, probably for a 2.5in. gauge loco. sold for
92 BR(M) enamel Station Running-In Board “Uttoxeter” in two sections. Small chips etc. as per photo & with very good colour and shine. Nicely presented in a wooden frame 120×25.5in. o/all. Purchaser to collect from Nottingham by appointment. (See also lot no. 327). sold for
93 Carriage Print “Glamis Castle, Angus” by Edward Lawson from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
94 “Great Central Ry. Trespassers will be prosecuted. Penalty forty shillings or imprisonment for one month” cast iron Notice. Face restored only. sold for
95 GER mahogany Used Tickets Box. The brass top slot marked “GER”. The sliding base branded “GER”. Paper label to the face “Great Eastern Railway All Used Tickets to be returned to Audit Dept. Liverpool Street Station London”. V.g.c. 6×3.25×3.5in. tall. sold for
96 Leather Hoop and Pouch with twin compartments to accept a single tablet and / or single line key. V.g.c. n/s
97 “GC & GN Nottingham Joint Station” silver-plated twin handled Bowl with a pedestal foot by Walker & Hall. Face marked with the title in a belted garter. Scarce. sold for
98 LNER cut glass Salt Pot with silver plated cap and original LNER silver plated spoon. Both items marked with the script initials. V.g.c. sold for
99 “L&NWR 1254” cast iron House Numberplate. V.g.c. and restored. 10×7.75in. sold for
100 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Battersby – Nunthorpe” in its leather pouch / hoop. A former North Yorkshire NER section. sold for
101 Pair of BR(W) brass collared Handlamps. One is missing its “BR(W)” plate otherwise they are complete and in v.g.c. (2). sold for
102 Original Painting by Anthony Gibson titled “Fort Brockhurst” depicting a two coach branch train hauled by SR M7 Class 0-4-4T. No. 30111. A charming image, oil on board and framed. 20x16in. o/all. sold for
103 GER octagonal cast iron Bridge Numberplate “2213” from an underbridge between Fulbourne and Six Mile Bottom on the Cambridge – Newmarket line. sold for
104 “No. 3465” Buffer Beam Numberplates. Polished characters on unrestored steel back plates. As carried by the South African Class 25NC 4-8-2 Loco built by NBL Co. (27325 of 1954). sold for
105 British Railways Poster Timetable for the London, Effingham Jct, Dorking North, Sutton, Redhill, Tattenham Corner and Caterham Services 14th June to 18th Sept. 1954. Folded but in v.g.c. 41.75×27.5in. n/s
106 BR(Sc. R) double royal pictorial Poster “Aberdeen The Silver City with the golden sands”. By Harry Riley. A very colourful beach scene and in good condition. sold for
107 Barry Railway 3 aspect Handlamp complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and painted. Label on front lens states “Lamp No. 290 ex- Jack French Shunter Barry Docks”. n/s
108 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway fully titled cast iron Bridge Notice. V.g.c. and unrestored. n/s
109 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds 18×26 No. 3780 1952”. V.g.c. with a painted back. 11.4x8in. As carried by 0-6-0ST to NCB Talywain and named “Gwent”. To Afordynys Sept. 1963 and scrapped on site Aug. 1972. sold for
110 LNER Signal Box Rotary Block Instrument with a painted wooden case complete with rear mounted bell. V.g.c. sold for
111 “Glasgow & South Western Railway Steamers” silver plated Hors D’Ouvres Fish Knives of high quality by Walker & Hall. Company crest in cartouches with fine engraved scrollwork to the blades. A matching pair. (2). n/s
Lots 112 – 136 Closing time Wednesday May 12th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
112 “LNER Cruden Bay Hotel” silver plated Teapot by Elkington. The title face marked with the LNER coat of arms. A scarce location for tableware in good condition. sold for
113 Great Eastern Railway cast iron Fireplace Fender. Embossed initials to the face. 5in. tall and only 21.5in. wide. sold for
114 North Eastern Railway Carpet. The full title around a central medallion device. Some service wear as may be expected due to its age but the colours still bright. sold for
115 “L&NWR Coaching Morecambe” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. sold for
116 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “51A” Darlington. Face restored only. sold for
117 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp with fogging glass, date stamped for 1889. Brass plate to the body “Great Northern Railway Company Derby Gds No. 8” and a large relocation plate “Shippea Hill for Ducks Drove Sidings Distant Signal”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. sold for
118 Miniature aluminium Single Line Staff inscribed “Limerick Junction – Oola”. V.g.c. sold for
119 South Eastern Railway original Coat of Arms Transfer on a cream painted wooden panel. The back lettered “LNER Carriage Works York No. 378”. 12.5×14.25in. sold for
120 Cambrian Railway cast iron Gate Notice together with the early pattern GWR cast iron gate notice. Both in v.g.c. and face restored only. (2). sold for
121 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “43456” as carried by the Midland Railway Class 3F 0-6-0 built in 1894. In BR days it was a Bedford and Stourton engine being w/d in April 1960 followed by cutting up at Doncaster. A fine smokebox in ex-loco condition as purchased by our vendor direct from BR. sold for
122 Fibre Single Line Tablet inscribed “Leeming Bar – Ainderby”. A section of the former NER Wensleydale line closed to passengers in April 1954. sold for
123 Carriage Print “The Three Sisters, Pass of Glencoe, Argyll” by Frank Sherwin from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
124 Midland Railway 12 inch oak drop cased Wall Clock. The dial re-painted “John Smith & Sons Midland Clock Works Queen St. Derby”. Oval brass plate to the side “LMS 12186”. The clock features plain side ears, a cut-out lenticle in the drop case framed with carved leaves and fruit (minor losses), and a wire driven fusee movement. It was last in service somewhere within the Derby Works complex and was last overhauled by the late Ian Lyman. sold for
125 Highland Railway Platform Wall Lamp complete with a vessel. Written on the back is “Ex-Ballinluig Up Main Station Buildings”. Ex-station condition with front glass panel missing and the door catch a/f. Ballinluig was the junction for the Aberfeldy branch which closed in May 1965. sold for
126 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Shapwick – Highbridge East C.” Substantial remains of original yellow paint. A section of the Somerset & Dorset Railway branch closed in March 1966. sold for
127 “GN & LNW Joint” cast iron Boundary Post, GNR pattern. V.g.c. painted a while ago. 34.75in. tall. sold for
128 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “8E” (Northwich). Restored. n/s
129 “M&GN 46” oval cast iron Bridge Number Plate from the impressive structure over the Ouse river at South Lynn. Face restored only. sold for
130 “The Book of Station Totems” by Dave Brennand and Richard Furness. Published 2002, 212pp. and well illustrated. Hardbacked and a fine example signed by the authors. sold for
131 “Midland Railway” enamel and brass First World War Service Lapel Badge in v.g.c. n/s
132 As Previous Lot “Hull & Barnsley Railway”. V.g.c. sold for
133 As Previous Lot “London & South Western Railway”. Enamel re-touching just below crown. sold for
134 As Previous Lot “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Transport Service”. V.g.c. sold for
135 As Previous Lot “Port of London Authority”. V.g.c. sold for
136 As Previous Lot “South Eastern & Chatham Railway”. V.g.c. sold for

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