November 2018 Lots 101-150

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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101 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90214”. A Swindon casting face restored only as carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ 2-8-0. The smokebox plate was fitted at Wolverhampton on 13/1/51 (courtesy Peter Thorpe). A Chester, Westhouses and Gorton loco it was w/d from the latter in March 1964 and cut up by Hesslewoods, Attercliffe, Sheffield. SOLD FOR
£70
102 North British Railway 3 aspect fluted top Handlamp stamped “N.B.R.” and with brass makers plate “Bulpitt & Sons Ltd 1919 Birmingham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. A scarce pattern. SOLD FOR
£160
103 Two official GCR Postcards titled “Great Central Railway Corridor Car Express”. One is in colour, the other aquatone. Both are in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£40
104 A pair of GER octagonal cast iron Bridge Numberplates “943” and “1988”. The former from a public overbridge between Lavenham and Cockfield, the other from Churchbury station. SOLD FOR
£160
105 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign. Very nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£300
106 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Stanlow and Thornton”. A former GWR / LMS station opened in December 1940. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£500
107 BR Standard Locomotive Whistle complete with valve and activating lever. Very good condition, part polished and clear lacquered. SOLD FOR
£290
108 Box of six ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
£50
109 BR(ER) double royal pictorial Poster “Fenland” by Lance Cattermole showing King John (1167 – 1216) and his entourage coming to grief crossing the Wash. Pin hole stains to the corners but no folds. SOLD FOR
£110
110 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “63C” (Forfar then Oban). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£260
111 LMS double sided enamel Platform Sign “Caernarvon”. Chips to edges and suspension holes but very good colour and shine. A former LNWR station on the Menai Strait well known for its impressive castle. SOLD FOR
£320
112 MR / LMS engraved brass Signal Box Lever Plate “Passenger Distant from Leeds”. Reverse is inscribed “Signal from Shunting Line to Up Local & from Down Slow to Up Local”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£90
113 Webb & Thompson Single Line Staff with brass plates “Breidden” and “Buttington Junction”. V.g.c. A GWR & LNWR Joint location at the junction with the Cambrian Railway. SOLD FOR
£150
114 “LNER” double royal Poster Board Header from Wensley station on the Dales line of the same name. Light edge wear only. 25in. long. Wensley closed in April 1954. SOLD FOR
£190
115 Carriage Print “North London Line Route Diagram” showing the Broad Street Station to Richmond Line. A BR (LMR) panel in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£70
116 L&NWR 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “L&NWR Car. Dept. Wolverton”. Body stamped “LNWR Mkt. Harboro PT. Way A17760”. Complete with “LNWR” vessel with “LNWR” porcelain burner, reflector and all glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£340
117 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 67764 N.B. Loco. Co. 1949”. Face restored, back cleaned. As carried by the L1 Class 2-6-4T (Works No. 26603). A Middlesbrough, Thornaby and Low Moor engine, it was w/d from the latter in Aug. 1962 and cut up at Darlington Works. SOLD FOR
£520
118 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “West Calder”. A crease repair through the ‘L’ otherwise nice condition with good colour and shine. A former Caledonian station south west of Edinburgh. SOLD FOR
£210
119 London Tilbury & Southend Railway cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “To carry 10 tons 682 1909”. V.g.c., face restored only and rare. SOLD FOR
£580
120 Great Eastern Railway Signal Box Telephone Bell. The cast iron case clearly embossed “GER”. V.g.c. together with a box of GER silver-plated ware. SOLD FOR
£80
121 GCR Leicester china Teapot and lid by Copeland. The body lettered “Great Central Railway L”. V.g.c. throughout. SOLD FOR
£150
122 Pair of cast iron Plates from a North-East Industrial Tank Locomotive “Registered by the Railway Executive 1953 No. 1452”. Ex-Hawthorn Leslie 0-4-0ST (3492 of 1921) at NCB Dawdon Co. Durham and named “Dawdon No. 2”. Unrestored. (2) SOLD FOR
£80
123 GN & GE mahogany cased 10in. roundhead Wall Clock. The ex-service dial with 24 hour numerals is written “LNER 10581”. The fusee movement is held within shaped brass plates stamped “EX Yrk”. Two side doors are top hung. Complete with pendulum and key. Hour hand requires slight attention. Working order with Collector’s Corner receipt. The clock was located in Saxilby Station Master’s Office then to Kesteven Sidings Signal Box. SOLD FOR
£880
124 Great Eastern Railway chromed Carriage Ashtray. The back plate clearly marked “GER” and the semi circular bowl has embossed floral decoration. A lovely item in very good condition. SOLD FOR
£180
125 Midland & Great Northern Joint Rly. 4 aspect Handlamp. Body, top and handle stamped “M&GNJR”. Body has large semi-circular brass plate “M&GNJR Per Way Dept. 3 Section 1449”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£660
126 “GNR This water to be used for drinking purposes” cast iron Notice. Face restored only. 10×5.75in. Label to rear says “Ex-Grantham platform no. 2”. SOLD FOR
£180
127 A metal Driver’s Box with brass plates “Jas. Roberts No. 2 Driver St. Margarets” and “J.Duke Ltd. Ironmongers Grimsby”. Original condition and brown paintwork. This Edinburgh loco depot was coded 64A. SOLD FOR
£50
128 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55B” (Stourton). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£70
129 A Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “D1054” as carried by the BR(W) ‘Western’ Class Diesel Hydraulic “Western Governor” built at Crewe and into traffic in March 1963. It was w/d in Nov.1976 and cut up at Swindon in May 1977. Aluminium characters and beading on a steel back plate. Face restored only, the back is ex-loco retaining much old maroon paint. The cabside comes with a framed display board painted in authentic Rail Blue. SOLD FOR
£2300
130 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Whittlesea”. Complete with all fittings and glasses except blue shade. Restored. A former GER station east of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£120
131 A superb “NER Royal Hotel Hull” silver plated Menu Holder by Elkington together with a LNER official Booklet describing the hotel, its facilities and tariffs. (2). SOLD FOR
£100
132 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Platform 1”. Flange wear only. Very good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£160
133 Midland Railway pattern Signal Box ‘candlestick’ Telephone. Complete with all fittings and braided wiring. V.g.c. and on a wooden base 19.5in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
£260
134 North Eastern Railway Central Division cast iron Signal Post Finial. The spike embossed “N.E.R.C.D.” Restored. A very rare early finial 32.25in. tall. SOLD FOR
£170
135 GNR Side & Tail ‘Ducket’ Lamp with red and clear bullseye lenses and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Bardney No. 1”. Lacks vessel otherwise good original condition. The lamp would have been used on the Louth branch services. SOLD FOR
£360
136 A GCR Ship’s Officers gilt wire and felt Cap Badge together with a “Great Central Railway Co.” gilt and silk sailor’s hat band. (2). SOLD FOR
£150
137 “Midland Railway” Policeman’s nickel Belt Buckle. Full title around the company wyvern device. Very good condition. SOLD FOR
£170
138 BR(NE) large fully flanged enamel Sign “Over the footbridge to Platform 1 for Middlesborough Stockton and Darlington Trains” with directional arrow. V.g.c. with small chips only. 78x36in. SOLD FOR
£320
139 BR(Sc) double royal pictorial Poster “Edinburgh”. The Scott Monument portrayed by Claude Buckle. A poster produced for the American visitor with an unusual “British Railways” logo to the corner. Good condition with two light horizontal folds only. SOLD FOR
£190
140 North Eastern Railway 3 aspect Handlamp from the Wensleydale line. Complete with original fittings and glasses and in good unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
£150
141 LMS brass Cash Bag Label used aboard the Clyde Steamer “Juno”. V.g.c. and on its leather mount. SOLD FOR
£50
142 Glasgow & South Western Rly Dumfries glazed stoneware Cocoa Pot and lid by Lovatt, Langley Mill. The company initials and refreshment room location clearly face marked. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£140
143 Caledonian Railway Steam Locomotive Hooter Whistle. Complete with mounting bracket and steam inlet valve. A particularly fine example. Nicely polished and on a turned oak stand. The whole 20in. tall. SOLD FOR
£420
144 A Stevengraph (silk picture) in its original mount titled “Stephenson’s “Triumph” sixty miles an hour the first train ran on September 27th. 1825 from Stockton to Darlington”. A rare design first offered to the public at the York Exhibition in 1879. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame with Thomas Stevens advertising label to the glazed back. SOLD FOR
£340
145 BR fully flanged Station Sign “Birmingham New Street”. Minor edge wear only. 41×19.25in. SOLD FOR
£120
146 GNR cast iron Platform Lamp Post ex- Carcroft & Adwick-le-Street station north of Doncaster closed in Nov. 1967. “GNR” monogram to the face the post is 96in. tall o/all and is out of the ground ready for the successful bidder to collect from Carcroft by prior arrangement. SOLD FOR
£500
147 GWR Station Lamp from Newnham Bridge on the former Tenbury and Bewdley Railway with its original wall mounted bracket. Complete with original GWR vessel, glass chimney, all but one of the side and roof glass panels, and original paintwork. A very fine and impressive lamp from the station which closed in August 1962. An article on the T&BR accompanies which includes photos of this lamp in situ. SOLD FOR
£480
148 Wooden cased Signal Box Block Switch with two rows of six brass terminals, ivorine “In” and “Out” discs, brass switch and trafolite “Block Switch” plate. Ex-box condition from the East Suffolk line. SOLD FOR
£80
149 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway metal Correspondence Rack in original paintwork with “LYR” to front upstand. Back panel and drawer front clearly marked “L&YR”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£70
150 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “48537”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the (LMS) ‘8F’ Class 2-8-0 built at Doncaster 1945 (Works No. 1990) on loan to the LNER and to the LMS in 1947. A Holbeck, Stourton and Royston loco w/d from the latter in Oct. 1967 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. n/s

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