November 2018 Lots 351-400

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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351 Carriage Print “Great Yarmouth, Norfolk” by F. Baldwin from the LNER post war series circa 1947. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
352 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. Sending and Receiving Signal Box Block Instrument, the top clearly marked “L&YR 1407”. Glass panel to “Sent” display is missing otherwise good ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
£130
353 Canvas Cash Bag with reversible brass plates on leather mounts “BR Station Master Invergowrie” / “BR Dist. Traffic Supt. Perth”. V.g.c. Ex- Cal. Ry. Perth – Dundee line. n/s
354 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “37A” (Ardsley). An uncommon code in unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
£190
355 Furness Railways fully titled 1915 cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
356 Box of six cast iron ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
£50
357 Great Eastern Railway enamel Station Sign “Maldon Trains” with a downward pointing arrow. Multi-chipping as per photo but very good colour and shine. A scarce survivor in a wooden frame 70x16in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£640
358 Carriage Print “The Conway River and Conway Castle, North Wales Go by train to Conway”. By Lander from the BR(LMR) 1957 Series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
359 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Great Horton 4” and with a re-location plate “Haddiscoe”. Complete with fittings and glasses. Restored. Back catch a/f. Great Horton, between Bradford and Queensbury closed in May 1955. SOLD FOR
£290
360 South African Railways 1525 cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by a Class 12A 4-8-2 built by the North British Loco Company (21743 of 1919). Face painted only a while ago, the brasswork lightly cleaned. SOLD FOR
£300
361 South African Railways Coat of Arms mounted and framed onto a painted wooden panel. n/s
362 Oval cast brass Locomotive Tender Plate “GNR(I) 123 D2 1929 Dundalk”. Face painted and polished only. 8.25×4.5in. SOLD FOR
£210
363 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90712” as carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ 2-8-0. A long term resident at Aintree. W/d from there in Aug. 1964 and cut up at Central Wagon, Ince. The plate has original paintwork to the face. The back cleaned only. n/s
364 Brass face steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Docking – Burnham Mkt. 14”. V.g.c. A section of the former North Norfolk Heacham to Wells line closed in June 1952. SOLD FOR
£540
365 “Stratford-upon-Avon & Midland Junction Railway” fully titled “Beware of Trains. Trespassers will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice. Restored both sides. n/s
366 Box of Lamp Parts. SOLD FOR
£80
367 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Running In Board “Hillfoot”. V.g.c. 84.25x16in. A former North British Station on the Milngavie Branch North of Glasgow. SOLD FOR
£150
368 Box of Signal Box Train Registers and Block Signal Books for the NER Askrigg box on the Wensleydale line. Covers the period 1896 – 1901. Ex-loft condition and scarce survivors. SOLD FOR
£130
369 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Case with brass plate “Great Northern Railway No. 11437” and a copper plate “Spalding No.1 Box”. Complete with its interior lamp with matching plate. Both complete and in v.g.c. worth buying for the smell alone! SOLD FOR
£250
370 Cast iron Locomotive Tenderplate “BR5 80 1943”. Painted both sides. As carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ Class 2-8-0 No. 90080. This loco was w/d from Frodingham in Feb. 1966 and cut up by Draper’s of Hull. SOLD FOR
£130
371 “LNER Station Master Reedham” brass Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. A former GER station on the Norwich – Lowestoft line. SOLD FOR
£210
372 “Furness Railway” enamel Poster Board Header. Very well restored. 26.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£150
373 A Loco Footplateman’s ‘Snap’ Box with brass plates “E. Ellam Wakefield” and “J.H. Dobson Ironmonger 149 Freeman St. Grimsby”. Complete with internal compartment. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£70
374 Alexandra Docks Railways 3 aspect Handlamp. Top and body stamped “AD Co.” and “87” (top only). “Linley 1913 Birmingham” makers plate to body plus a GWR style “18098” brass numberplate. Complete with all fittings and glasses including a “GWR” brass & porcelain burner and “GWR” etched front lens. A rare lamp indeed. n/s
375 A Locomotive Regulator Handle from the LNER K1 Class 2-6-0 No. 62002. A Heaton, Blaydon and Blyth engine in BR days. V.g.c. and clearly marked “2002”. SOLD FOR
£90
376 Carriage Print “Seahouses, Northumberland” by Jack Merriott from the LNER post war series issued circa 1947. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£100
377 “Metropolitan Raily. Station” with pointing hands double sided enamel Sign with suspension eyelets. A scarce sign with restoration to both faces. 26x9in. SOLD FOR
£400
378 “Pullman Car Company Limited” silver plated Ice Bucket with a swing handle by Martin Hall & Co. Sheffield. Roundel title and coat of arms to the face. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£260
379 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “51L” (Thornaby). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£200
380 Brass Locomotive Whistle as carried by the LMS ‘Jinty’ 0-6-0T. No. 47361. Ex-loco condition 15.25in. tall. Original BR label attached shows that it was sent from Llandudno Junction to Stoke-on-Trent in May 1965. The loco was built by the NBL Co. (23440 of 1926) and ended its career at Llandudno Jct. from Aug. 1958 to withdrawal in May 1965, scrapping took place at Central Wagon Co. Ince, Wigan. SOLD FOR
£280
381 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Bridgend”. Top and bottom centre flange holes have some corrosion loss with small chips to centre upper & lower panels. Good colour and shine. A South Wales Main Line Station. SOLD FOR
£420
382 LNWR official Publication prepared for the Investiture of H.R.H. Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle July 1911 bound into soft covers with superb illuminated artwork and titled “The Castles of North Wales”. Sixteen of the fortresses are illustrated and described. V.g.c. with original silk ribbon tie. Very special. SOLD FOR
£60
383 BR(E) enamel “Ticket Collector” fishtail Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. Note that this is the short version of this badge. SOLD FOR
£210
384 Box of Miscellaneous Railwayana. SOLD FOR
£140
385 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Stores”. Face restored only and scarce. SOLD FOR
£190
386 LNER cast iron ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 67613 Doncaster Works 1931”. Face restored only. As carried by the ‘V1’ Class 2-6-2T. A Helensburgh and Hurlford engine mainly in BR days, it was w/d from the latter in Jan. 1962 and cut up at Darlington Works. SOLD FOR
£210
387 Carriage Print “Loch Awe, Argyll” by J.McIntosh Patrick from the Scottish Region 1956-7 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
388 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Nigeria” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class No. 45619. Built at Crewe in 1934 it was a long term Leeds Holbeck engine withdrawn from there in August 1961 and cut up at Crewe. This left hand side nameplate is face restored only. 28.75in. long. n/s
389 NER miniature 3 aspect Handlamp numbered “2186”. Complete with NER vessel, all fittings and glasses including a bullseye lens. Back handle removed in service. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£210
390 Enamel Tramways Sign “All Downward Cars Stop Here”. A vertical strip of re-touched enamel loss and a minor corner loss. Good colour and shine. 21x12in. SOLD FOR
£150
391 “Great Central Railway Company Steamships” oval china Dish by W.T. Copeland & Sons. Full company title, crest and scroll to top. General light glaze crazing only. 11.5×9.25in. SOLD FOR
£70
392 Two pairs of LNER chrome plated two tier Luggage Rack Brackets each marked with company initials. Unrestored. Interior photographs of the streamlined ‘Silver Jubilee’ train coaches show this kind of bracket. SOLD FOR
£80
393 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Whitecraigs”. Restored enamel chip to ‘R’ and another to lower panel. Good colour but slight loss of shine. A former Cal. Ry. station south of Glasgow. In earlier timetables called “Whitecraigs for Rouken Glen”. SOLD FOR
£270
394 A Mamod spirit fired two seater Roadster Motor Car in v.g.c. complete with burner and accessories. SOLD FOR
£110
395 Wilesco ‘Old Smokey’ spirit fired Model Steamroller complete with burner and matching water tank trailer both in original brass finish. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£110
396 Mamod spirit fired Model Fire Engine complete with ladder and all fittings. In its original box with leaflet and fuel tablets. Excellent condition, the box fairly good. Engine is 18in. long. SOLD FOR
£260
397 A box containing four Railway Company china Teapots. SOLD FOR
£80
398 A Set of twelve colour tinted Postcards of Ashover, Derbyshire relating to the Ashover Light Railway including some views of the railway. A nice unused set. SOLD FOR
£80
399 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1948 Derby”. Painted both sides 10.25×6.25in. Locos built that year were LMS 2-6-4T Nos. 42147 – 82, 42190 – 99, 0-6-0DE Shunters Nos. 12043/4, 12045-49 and Co-Co DE No. 10001. SOLD FOR
£140
400 Double sided enamel Advertising Sign with wall flange. “White May and Royal Standard BP Lamp Oils”. Minor edge and flange wear only. Fine deep colour and shine to both faces. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
£160

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