November 2018 Lots 201-250

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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201 Caledonian Railway Oil Can stamped “Caledonian” and bearing a large brass plate “Cal Ry. Engine Oil”. BR label attached from Polmadie Depot. Complete with chained stopper. 11.25in. tall. n/s
202 “GC & GN Nottingham Joint Station” twin handled One Pint silver plated Bowl by Walker and Hall. Face marked with the title in a belted garter. V.g.c. and rare. Nottingham Victoria Station closed in Sept. 1967. n/s
203 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 5522, 1947 The Vulcan Foundry (Limited) Newton-le-Willows Lancashire”. Cleaned and lightly polished. As carried by the LNER ‘B1’ Class 4-6-0 No. 61164. A Sheffield Darnall engine which regularly worked over the former GCR routes. A photo at Leicester Central accompanies. SOLD FOR
£200
204 Four BR double sided wooden Station Train Direction Boards. “Borth, Aberystwyth”; “Abermaw / Barmouth”; “Machynlleth” and “Machynlleth, Shrewsbury”. Ex-station condition, each is 54in. long. (4). SOLD FOR
£200
205 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36E” (Retford GN and GC Depots). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£110
206 “North Eastern 13109” cast iron Wagon Plate with scalloped corners. Nicely face restored and scarce. SOLD FOR
£100
207 Two brass headed Office Stamps with wooden handles. “GER” and “LNER Up” examples. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£80
208 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Sir De Morgannwg County of South Glamorgan”. As carried by the BR Class 56 DE Locomotive No. 56032 built at Doncaster Works in July 1977. A very impressive plate 96×17.75in. In fine ex-loco condition and complete with EWS authenticity certificate and photo of nameplate on the loco. n/s
209 Box of Miscellaneous Railwayana. SOLD FOR
£240
210 M&GNJR 4 aspect Handlamp. The body brass plated “M&GNJR” and “PWD 2 Section 2064”. Complete with all fittings and glasses except red shade. Restored. SOLD FOR
£500
211 Cast aluminium diamond shaped Locomotive Builder’s Plate “North British Locomotive Co. Ltd. The General Electric Company Ltd. 1959 No. 27858”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the BR Class 21 Bo-Bo Diesel No. D6128 based at Glasgow Eastfield. It was w/d in Dec. 1967 and cut up by J. McWilliam, Shettleston, Glasgow. SOLD FOR
£460
212 North Eastern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “Ladies Room” ex-Wensley station closed in April 1954. One top edge chip otherwise fine condition. SOLD FOR
£170
213 Carriage Print “Harwich – Hook Sea Routes” advertising BR Shipping & Zeeland Steamship Co. Services. Some staining around edges. A BR(ER) panel in an original style glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£60
214 “Festiniog Railway 117” oval cast iron Wagon Plate. Original condition and paintwork. 10×7.5in. SOLD FOR
£100
215 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “L&NWR Car Dept Wolverton”. Body stamped “LNWR Bangor Pt. Way A 12304”. Complete with LNWR rape oil vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£260
216 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56A” (Wakefield). Face restored, back primed. SOLD FOR
£170
217 “North British Railway” fully titled coloured tinplate System Map of Scotland. Small areas of rusting o/wise fine condition & a scarce survivor. In a wooden frame 43×30.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£150
218 LMS Platform lamp Interior Vessel complete with brass burner and glass chimney. Restored. SOLD FOR
£170
219 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway” quad royal enamel Poster Board Header. Very well executed restoration and looks superb. 52.75in. long. SOLD FOR
£230
220 Taff Vale Railway cast iron Water Main Cover. Unrestored. 19.25x8x2.25in. long. SOLD FOR
£120
221 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “82042” as carried by the BR Standard Class 3 2-6-2T built at Swindon in June 1955 and to traffic at Barry before transfers to Bristol, Taunton and Gloucester from where withdrawal came in August 1965 followed by cutting up at Hayes, Bridgend. SOLD FOR
£880
222 “Great Central Railway Steamships” silver plated Trio comprising Coffee Pot, Sugar Bowl and Cream Jug all bearing the impressive full title and company crest. Superb. (3). SOLD FOR
£660
223 BR(E) Locomotive Headlamp complete with vessel, burner and flip over red lens. Restored. SOLD FOR
£160
224 Four Carriage Prints in glazed frames “Loch Katrine, River Dee at Cambus, Crathie Church, Edinburgh. (4). SOLD FOR
£150
225 LNER Guard’s Pocket Watch by Smith. The case back inscribed “LNER” (crossed out) and inscribed below “BR(Sc) 505”. V.g.c. and working order. n/s
226 Cast aluminium Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Firth Brown D8”. Face restored only. 20.5×6.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£80
227 Hull & Barnsley Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “No. 310”. The body “HBR” and brass plated “Carlton”, north east of Wrangbrook Jct. and closed in January 1932 as Carlton Towers. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Some corrosion losses to metal work. Unpainted. SOLD FOR
£800
228 A “BR(E)” Firebucket in original condition lettered “Belah Viaduct Fire”. A remarkable survivor from Sir Thomas Bouch’s lofty iron structure on the Barnard Castle – Kirkby Stephen Route. The timber deck on the viaduct required the provision of fire buckets. SOLD FOR
£170
229 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Palmers Green 7” (polished). Complete with all fittings and glasses and a relocation plate to “Coldham”. Palmers Green is on the KX – Hertford Line. Coldham north of March closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
£100
230 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Parcels and Left Luggage”. A chip to the left edge and edge wear to right side. Very good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£170
231 Bronze Single Line Key inscribed “Rose Street – Millburn 3”. A former Highland Ry. Section. n/s
232 A Box containing four Railway Company china Teapots. SOLD FOR
£90
233 Original Painting by Joe Townend, G.R.A. depicting D49 ‘Hunt’ Class loco “The York and Ainsty” leaving Leeds City. Oil on canvas. 20x16in. SOLD FOR
£160
234 BR(M) flangeless enamel Station Sign or Running In Board “Connah’s Quay” complete with apostrophe. Minor edge wear only. Very good colour & shine. 48x24in. (See also lot 54). SOLD FOR
£240
235 Cast iron Locomotive Tender Plate “LMS No. 10044 1943”. Ex-Class ‘8F’ 2-8-0 No. 48317. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£60
236 Wooden Signal Box Nameboard with cast iron letters “Washwood Heath Sidings No. 6”. Good ex-box condition 125.5×10.5in. Buyer to collect from Talisman storage facility. The sidings were to the north of Birmingham New Street. n/s
237 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Platform Wall Lamp from Hindolvestone station, south of Melton Constable and closed in May 1959. The lamp, 26in. tall is unrestored complete with vessel, burner, glass chimney and all glazing although the two side glass panels require re-fitting. SOLD FOR
£160
238 “L&NER Rly. Steamships” Copeland Spode Dinner Plate top marked with the ornate company title. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
239 A “British Railways” wooden Totem Clock also lettered “Buy your tickets here at station prices”. V.g.c. 46in. long. Ex-Dundee travel agents. SOLD FOR
£740
240 LNER ‘Kesick’ Ware china Teapot and matching lid by Alfred Meakin Ltd in v.g.c. Note that this example is the scarce extra large size. SOLD FOR
£170
241 A mahogany cased Spagnoletti Signal Box Instrument stamped “GWR” and most unusually “MR Co” (twice). A fine instrument in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£160
242 North Eastern Railway Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn clearly marked “NER” and attached to its original “NER” marked leather belt / shoulder strap. Working order. SOLD FOR
£110
243 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “34E” (New England). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£250
244 Cast aluminium diamond shaped Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1960”. As carried by a BR Class 21/22 Diesel Hydraulic. 9.75x4in. SOLD FOR
£160
245 Two china Teaplates: “Mid & GN” and “Railway Institute Melton Constable” together with a “BR(E)” Soup Bowl. All in v.g.c. (3). SOLD FOR
£130
246 Tyer’s mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument complete with engraved brass “Down Line” plate and cast brass makers plate. Very good condition. SOLD FOR
£150
247 London Brighton & South Coast Railway leather First Class Pass. for all Stations and Steam Boats 1904. Issued to “Signor M. Massa Mediterranean (Italian) Railway”. Fine gold embossed covers including the full LB&SCR coat of arms. Excellent condition. SOLD FOR
£80
248 Caledonian Railway Section small painted wooden Carriage Board lettered “Perth & Crieff”. Good original condition. 25.5x6in. SOLD FOR
£170
249 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Wymondley 2” and a steel re-location plate “Seven Sisters”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. Wymondley was an ECML signal box south of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£260
250 “Black & White Motorways Ltd. Booking Office” double sided enamel Sign featuring an early single decker coach. Both faces in v.g.c. and on its original iron wall bracket. 24x21in. the bracket 27in. tall. SOLD FOR
£720

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