November 2020 Lots 501-520

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Lots 501 – 520 Closing time Wed. Dec. 2nd. 5.00pm tel. 01949 21105
501 Original Painting by the noted local artist Peter Annable G.R.A. titled “Evening at Moor Green Colliery” featuring an 0-6-0 Saddle Tank amongst the colliery structures. Oil on canvas and framed. 30.25×22.25in. o/all.
502 Reproduction brass Locomotive Nameplate “Atlas L&NWR Co. Crewe Works Novr. 1874”. A nice early replica produced 50 years ago and lightly face polished only. 40.75in. long. The original “Atlas” was a ‘Samson’ Class 2-4-0 No. 2150 w/d in June 1893.
503 LNER china Chamber Pot by Minton bearing the “LNER” black script initials. V.g.c.
504 Black & White LNER and early BR Photographs of Nottingham Victoria and approaches. 28no. 10x8in images mounted on cards, together with 5no. 16×9.5in b&w images of the station exterior 3no. 15×11 b&w photos of Nottingham Old Station 1903 and 3no. 14x10in b&w photos on card of BR Diesel Trains at Little Bytham. 39 photos in total, all good quality.
505 “GCR 288 (27)” cast iron Viaduct Arch Numberplate from the Weekday Cross structure in Nottingham. V.g.c. and face restored.
506 A glazed stoneware Storage Jar face lettered “For Iodine only. When empty to be returned immediately to General Stores L.M.S. Derby”. V.g.c. and complete with original screw stopper. 12in. tall.
507 LNER Southern Area Poster Instruction Notice regarding special working between Trowse Lower Junc., Trowse Yard Box and Trowse Swing Bridge Junc. and between Trowse Swing Bridge Junc. Norwich Thorpe Junc. and Wensum Junc. Signal Boxes”. Dated 23rd December 1928. Some minor edge losses and folds. In a glazed frame 30.75×21.25in. o/all.
508 LNER oval cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8280 Gateshead Works 1902” as attached to the ‘J25’ Class 0-6-0 No. 65727. A Blyth engine in BR days it was w/d Jan. 1961 and cut up at Darlington.
509 Two LNER Handlamps. A GER sliding knobs type dated 1936 with back handle removed and a 2 aspect drivers type. Both complete and in v.g.c. (2).
510 Copper Station Lamp Top from the GWR and LNWR Joint Line. An attractive pagoda top design with a ball finial. It features white glass roof panels (one is cracked) and four intact clear glass side panels. Originally worked by gas and very impressive at 36in. tall.
511 GWR silver Pin Tray awarded “To Mr. D. J. Voisey with the grateful thanks of the Great Western Railway Co. General Strike May 1926”. 5.25×3.5in.
512 Four circular bevelled edged clear Front Lens Glasses for Handlamps. All 4.75in. diameter. V.g.c.
513 “M&GN Joint Eye Green” brass plated leather Cash Bag in v.g.c. with “LNER” brass closing disc. Eye Green for Crowland station. Closed in Dec. 1957.
514 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6C” (Birkenhead then Croes Newydd). Face restored only.
515 North Eastern Railway 3 aspect Handlamp featuring the front lens adaption to accept a slide in orange fogging glass. Complete with “NER” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c.
516 “Great Central Ry. Trespassers on this property will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice. V.g.c. and unrestored.
517 “Refreshment Rooms Perth” ornate Glass with a tapered fluted body and star cut pedestal foot. Nicely face etched with the title. 4.25in. tall and in v.g.c.
518 Scottish pre-grouping Railway Company copper Signal Lamp Case possibly Highland. Good ex-service condition. Tiny inspection lens to the rear is missing otherwise all complete.
519 “NER Central Station Hotel Newcastle” silver plated Sugar Bowl by Elkington. The title face displayed in a garter within a shield flanked by other decoration. V.g.c.
520 Irish Railways Bi-Lingual aluminium Notice headed “Keep these gates shut”. Good ex-lineside condition. 29.5×23.5in.

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