November 2020 Lots 102-147

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Lots 102 – 126 Closing time Monday Nov. 30th. 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
102 Brass Vessel mounted on a twisted brass stem with fine chased decoration supported on an ornate cast brass foot with fleur-de-lys. Wired for electric which should be checked before use. Origins unknown. 31in. tall overall.
103 Pullman Car Company silver plated Items: Grapefruit dish, two handled sugar bowl, pepper pot, two salt pots with blue glass liners, napkin and table receipt. V.g.c. (7).
104 Coloured Copy Signal Box Diagram “Norbury Crossing” (between Buxton and Stockport). Small end tear. Rolled 25×16.5in.
105 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Oil Store”. A scarce example in v.g.c. Face restored and a fine untouched ex-door back.
106 “M.S. & L Rly” (clear) and “G.C.Rly (green) glass Beer Bottles. A nice clean pair.
107 LNER china Chamber Pot by Minton. Face marked with the ornate “LNE” intertwined lettering. A small chip under the top rim otherwise v.g.c.
108 BR Western Region Surveyors Binoculars by Barr & Stroud, Glasgow & London. A fine pair with good lenses and magnification in their original velvet lined leather case impressed “BR(W)” and complete with all straps. V.g.c. throughout.
109 LNWR Card of Thanks from Frank Ree to Mr. J.W. George for his assistance during the labour troubles. Dated August 1911. Ornate border design with company Britannia crest. Good condition. 9.75×7.25in. Scarce.
110 Metropolitan Railway Train Head / Tail Lamp. “MR” brass plate riveted to the chimney. Complete with vessel, burner, stowaway red and blue shade inserts and bullseye lens. Restored.
111 “LNWR Emergency Box” inscribed cast iron Tag with chain and “LNWR” key attached. Together with a “L&NWR” brass armband. (2).
112 LNER cast iron ‘9×5’ Locomotive Builders Plate “London & North Eastern Railway 1264 Darlington Works 1913”. The number highlighted in paint over the clear remains of grinding prior to the fitting of an over strip.
113 BR(S) “Inspector” enamel and brass Lion over Wheel Cap Badge. A lovely as worn example in v.g.c.
114 BR(M) enamel Sign “Before moving the lift care must be taken that barrows and barrow handles or other articles cannot move into a position which would foul the lift shaft”. One chip to corner otherwise v.g.c. with good colour and shine. 18x7in.
115 Great Northern Railway cast iron 1896 Trespass Notice in fine ex-lineside condition.
116 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “2F” (Woodford Halse then Bescot). Face restored only a while ago.
117 “LMS Steamers” silver plated Items: A four slice toast rack, napkin ring, pastry fork and a decorated fish knife. All in v.g.c. and top marked with the laurel wreath title. (4).
118 Warning enamel Notice regarding fragile roof covering. “For your safety etc.” Some re-touched edge chips. 12x8in.
119 “GER” marked small Oil Pourer with brass plate “March”. V.g.c. 7.25in. tall o/all.
120 Mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument with “Line Clear Cancel” brass plate. Converted from a pegging instrument during service. V.g.c.
121 Oval etched brass Locomotive Makers Plate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd for Robert Hudson Ltd. Leeds. C & M 3-4-0-0 2463 1941”. V.g.c. 4.5×2.5in.
122 BR(M) double royal Poster. Diagram of South West Lancashire and West Cheshire Lines. Folds and light corner stains to edges.
123 “Pay Office B. Arms Loco S.E. & C.R.” large thick copper Key Fob. 4.5x3in.
124 Carriage Print. An advertising example for the “Harwich – Hook of Holland Route”. Some light scuffing otherwise v.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. 25x12in. o/all.
125 Southern Railway cast iron Platform Lamp. “Nevo Pat. No. 420928” cast in the top. An unusual shape probably from the Art Deco period. Silvered reflector underneath. Wired for electricity so please check it out. Approx. 12x9x10in. tall. Original green paint finish.
126 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55C”(Farnley Junction).Restored both sides but genuine.
Lots 127 – 147 Closing time Monday Nov. 30th. 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
127 LNER Locoman’s 2 aspect Handlamp. Body is embossed “LNER Loco” and the back handle stamped “Derby No. 19”. Derby Friargate was a sub-shed with very few footplate staff so this is a scarce lamp. Complete and in good ex-service condition.
128 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “47669” as carried by the LMS ‘3F’ Jinty 0-6-0T. built at Horwich in 1931. A Camden, Warrington, Rhyl and Llandudno Jct. Loco in BR days it was w/d Feb. 1965 and cut up at Ward’s, Beighton, Sheffield.
129 Souvenir of the Signing of the Second World War Armistice. A cast copper tray featuring the armistice coach within a decorative border with French text “Foret de Compiegne Wagon de L’Armistice”. V.g.c. 7×3.75in.
130 GWR beehive shaped glass Inkwell complete with stopper. Raised company initials across the face. V.g.c.
131 Glasgow & South Western Railway Signal Lamp Interior. The copper base clearly stamped “G & SW” both sides. Complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g. original condition.
132 Original Painting of the ex-GCR 4-6-0 “Lord Stuart of Wortley” portrayed in LNER green livery and numbered “6168”. A very competent image by Derek Wheeler in acrylic on board. Framed 38.5×21.5in. o/all.
133 Midland Railway “Electric Track Circuit” cast iron Plate ex-Charfield on the Gloucester to Bristol Line. This was the scene of a serious three train accident in Oct. 1928. This plate may be from the Down Outer Home which the express involved over-ran causing the collision. 11.5×8.75in.
134 Two original Coat of Arms Transfers “L&NWR” full title and “L&NWR and L&YR” joint full titles. Mounted onto a painted, framed wooden panel. Nice age crackling. 17.5×16.75in. o/all.
135 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Signal Box Hanging Lamp with its integral suspension wire frame. Brass plated “Fleet Sig. Box”. Complete with brass burner and glass chimney. The box was on the Spalding to Sutton Bridge section.
136 “GNSR Palace Hotel” (Aberdeen) silver plated Cake Fork. Top marked with the title garter. Good condition. 5in. long. Together with a “GNSR Ballater” silver plated fork. (2).
137 BR(Sc) enamel Station Sign “Do not cross the line except by the footbridge”. Superb condition with fine colour and shine. In a wooden frame 40x28in. o/all.
138 Dumbarton & Balloch Joint Company silver plated Hors D’Ouvres Fork and Fish Knife. Both top marked with the “D & BJC” monogram. The company was a joint undertaking between the Cal. & NBR companies. The cutlery was probably used on the Loch Lomond Steamer Services from Balloch Pier. Very Scarce. V.g.c. (2).
139 GWR Photochrom Carriage Panel “Hereford Cathedral from the Wye Meadows”. In an original type glazed frame. V.g.c.
140 “The Midland Grand Hotel” (St. Pancras) silver plated Sugar Tongs by Elkington. The title top marked in a ‘zig-zag’ banner with floral and chevron decoration. Superb.
141 North Eastern Railway cast iron Boundary Post. “NER” to both faces. Restored a while ago. V.g.c. 41.5in. tall.
142 Aluminium Single Line Tablet inscribed “PPass. Newry 14”. (Ppass refers to Poyntzpass). A section of the Newry Edward Street – Portadown Line.
143 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Enquiries”. Very light edge wear only. Fine deep colour and shine.
144 Great North of Scotland Railway frosted glass Carriage Window. A most elaborate and ornate “GNSR” scriptwork to the centre within a Greek key border. A very scarce survivor in its original painted wooden frame and unrestored. 30.5x22in. o/all.
145 South Eastern & Chatham Railway metal Detonators Box. “SE&CR” stamped in lid, original painted “Fog Signals” across the face. Fine ex-signal box condition. 13.5x4x3in.
146 Great Northern Railway mahogany cased underslung Block Bell with “North Side” plate. We believe this location is at Lowestoft on the Norfolk & Suffolk Joint line.
147 Carriage Print “Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire” by Claude Buckle from the 1954 Western Region series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame.

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