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86/189 GNR mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph Instrument complete with writing shelf and paper spike. Brass frame to side to accept code card. Good condition. £180
(+£32.40)
86/202 A pair of brass cased Signal Box “Track” and “Signal” Repeater Instruments by Syx. £75
(+£13.50)
86/226 Midland Railway Brake Van Lamp clearly marked “MR Co.” Complete with original “MR Co” vessel, “MR Co” burner and good red and clear bullseye lenses. V.g.c. £100
(+£18)
86/231 A Metro-Cammell brass Carriage Threshold Plate dated 1952 together with a “Metro Carr. Wagon & Finance Co. 1920 Coach Plate in chromed brass with ornate surround. Both in v.g.c. (2). £50
(+£9)
86/246 LYR branded mahogany cased Lineman’s Amp Meter in its original LYR marked leather case. Lid and strap require attention. £75
(+£13.50)
86/261 Hull & Barnsley Railway Company laminated Paper Notice regarding the disposing of certain items into the Alexandra Docks. Dated August 1919. Framed 24x19in. o/all. £60
(+£10.80)
86/283 “Southern Railway” small enamel Ticket Conditions Notice. Re-touched chipping and corrosion loss to top left corner. 9x6in. £120
(+£21.60)
86/285 Telegraph Lineman’s large mahogany cased Galvanometer. The dial is lettered “Telegraph Works Silvertown London”, and the case stamped “SARA” in several places. A nice early instrument. £30
(+£5.40)
86/288 LYR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Permanent Way Dept. St. Lukes”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. The bullseye lens slightly pot marked. £170
(+£30.60)
86/297 “LNER Bealings” engraved brass Cash Bag Plate on its original leather mount. The former GER station between Ipswich and Woodbridge closed in Sept. 1956. £150
(+£27)
86/302 Three BR peaked Caps all in v.g.c. and complete with insignia. BR(E) with “British Railways” totem badge; BR(Sc) with light blue cloth and double arrow badge; British Railways with yellow title and lion & wheel badges. (3). £40
(+£7.20)
86/304 North Eastern Railway Numbertakers Wall Lamp in ex-service light blue paintwork. Complete with all glass (small crack to one side). Door catches a/f. 17×13.25x28in. tall. £100
(+£18)
86/321 “BR(W)” embossed Side & Tail Lamp with two clear bullseye lenses, drop in red shade insert and two lamp iron brackets. Complete with all fittings. Good original condition. £50
(+£9)
86/328 “LMS” embossed Sand Bucket complete with lid. Good ex-service condition. £40
(+£7.20)
86/338 “LMS Airth” wooden handled brass Office Stamp in v.g.c. A former Caledonian station on the Alloa branch closed in Sept. 1954. £80
(+£14.40)
86/341 World War One mahogany cased Lineman’s Galvanometer. The dial lettered “GEC London, Witton & Manchester England”. Hinged top accesses four Sieman’s batteries to the rear storage area. V.g.c. £30
(+£5.40)
86/342 “London Midland and Scottish Railway” bronze Plaque awarded for success in reducing engine casualties”. The plaque features a Princess Royal Class loco in relief and two brass columns for winners. An attractive Art Deco item on its original ebonised panel with rear support stand. 25x18in. o/all. £75
(+£13.50)
86/349 A cast brass Toilet Door Case face embossed “By Royal Letters Patent Lockerbie & Wilkinson Birmingham”. “Engaged / Vacant” enamel slide to the top. Coin box missing from rear. £45
(+£8.10)
86/355 Great Western Railway Side & Tail Lamp embossed “GWR” on the chimney. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in very good ex-service condition. £80
(+£14.40)
86/368 Great Western Railway cross cut Saw. The wooden handle branded both sides “GWR Gas Works”. Good used condition. 30in. long. £40
(+£7.20)
86/371 “BR-WR Pilotman” embroidered cloth Armband complete with all straps and buckle together with a “GWR Pilotman” example with one buckle detached but present (2). £40
(+£7.20)
86/378 Oval cast brass Makers Plate “Clayton, Son & Co. Ltd. Engineers & Boilermakers Leeds, England”. V.g.c. 7x5in. £40
(+£7.20)
86/384 A “GWR” peaked Cap with red embroidered company initials and perimeter trim. As worn condition. £50
(+£9)
86/400 Wooden cased Signal Box Telephone with brass plunger and handset. Ex-box condition. £60
(+£10.80)
86/403 Four BR Named Train enamel Staff Badges: “Leeds Executive”, “Bradford Executive”, “The Yorkshire Pullman” (often Deltic hauled) and “The Master Cutler” (Class 40 hauled). All v.g.c. (4). £100
(+£18)
86/411 Cast iron Nottingham Street Sign “Clyde Villas”. Face painted only a while ago. 39.25in. long. £40
(+£7.20)
86/414 GWR 12in. Wall Clock. The dial is re-written “G.W.R.” The ‘GWR’ ivorine label is missing but clear evidence of its existence is visible on the back box side. The chain driven fusee movement is set between ‘A’ shaped brass plates. Complete with pendulum and key and appears to be in working order. £400
(+£72)
86/418 “LNER Down Parcels Office Kings Cross” brass Cash bag Label complete on its leather mount. Presumably “GNR” was ground off and re-stamped “LNER”. £60
(+£10.80)
86/421 Caledonian Railway enamel “Look-Out” Armband. Perimeter edge wear only and lacking straps. £50
(+£9)
86/424 Southern Railway Electric silver plated Two Compartment Vegetable Dish by Gladwin, Sheffield, 7in. dia. Face marked “SR” with the electric flash. V.g.c. £50
(+£9)
86/438 Midland Railway 1909 enamel Firebuckets Notice. Restored chipping to three corners and top centre. A tad grainy on the text. £100
(+£18)
86/450 North Eastern Railway General Purpose Handlamp. Stamped “NER” on the top handle and “NER” brass oval to the back. Complete with “LNE – D2” vessel, all fittings & glasses. Unrestored. £60
(+£10.80)
86/451 Two brass cased ‘Syx’ Signal Box Repeater Instruments: “Signal / On / Off / Wrong” and “Light In / Light Out”. Both in v.g.c. (2). £90
(+£16.20)
86/454 Aluminium Road Sign “Road Junction” with original reflective finish. Ex-roadside condition. £60
(+£10.80)
86/462 Cambrian Railway Boundary Post. Comprises a cast iron tablet embossed “CR” bolted to a length of bullhead rail. Fine original condition 50in. tall. £75
(+£13.50)
86/464 “Great Northern & London & North Western Railway Joint Lines” fully titled cast iron Gate Notice. A scarce notice in very good unrestored condition. £400
(+£72)
86/466 BR(S) nickel and enamel “Porter” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/469 BR(M) nickel and enamel “Foreman” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/471 London Transport enamel and nickel Cap Badge by Gaunt. V.g.c. £30
(+£5.40)
86/474 London Transport enamel and nickel Cap Badge by Firmin. V.g.c. £30
(+£5.40)
86/479 “HRB” gilt Cap Badge with laurel wreath surround. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/483 “Southend Corporation Tramways 471” enamel and nickel Cap Badge. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/484 “St. Helens Corporation Transport 4642” enamel and nickel Cap Badge. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/488 “Southern National Ten Years Service” enamel and brass Cap Badge. V.g.c. £40
(+£7.20)
86/489 “Ticket Inspector” ornate heavy gilt and enamel Cap Badge. 82x61mm. o/all. £50
(+£9)
86/491 Rhodesia Railways chromed Cap Badges all inscribed “RR” with coat of arms and “Signalman”, “Station Master”, “Yardman”, “Yard Foreman”, “Guard” and “Shunter” (2 different). All in v.g.c. (7). £60
(+£10.80)
86/503 LNER china Chamber Pot by Minton bearing the “LNER” black script initials. V.g.c. £60
(+£10.80)
86/518 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. £150
(+£27)
86/519 “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. £60
(+£10.80)

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