October 2021 Lots 219-262

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Lots 219 – 244 Tuesday October 19th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21105
219 “South African Railways Suid Afrikaanse Sporwee 2463 19C” oval cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate in fine ex-loco condition. As carried by the 4-8-2 built by North British Locomotive Co. in 1934 (Works No. 24196). sold for
£340
220 “Caledonian Station Hotel Edinburgh” silver plated double ended Egg Cup. The full title and shield device crisply displayed on the face. V.g.c. sold for
£85
221 LNER, Great Northern pattern, 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway St. Neots 16”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. sold for
£130
222 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “2C” (Warwick then Stourbridge). Unrestored. RS
223 Cast brass English Electric Locomotive “Equipment Rating” and “Cubicle Rating” Plate. As carried by the Class 86 OHWE Loco No. 86419, formerly E3120. V.g.c. 6×4.5in. sold for
£40
224 “GNR 13” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. The original back shows its fixing to a lattice structure requiring four fixing holes in a non-standard form. RS
225 Carriage Print “Old Bridge of Dee near Braemar, Aberdeenshire” by Kenneth Steel from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. RS
226 Six LNWR cast iron Signal Box Lever Plates including “Up Fast”. Descriptions as per photo. Unrestored. (6). sold for
£65
227 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “County of Cambridgeshire” complete with its two piece County badge cast in brass. Ex-loco condition as carried by the Brush Type 4 Diesel Electric built by Brush (541 of 1964) No. D1779 later Class 47 No. 47184 then 47585. It received its name in May 1979. The nameplate is 88.5x10in. and the badge 9.6×6.75in. overall. Complete with original BR Collectors Corner receipt dated April 1994. sold for
£6300
228 BR Western Region double royal letterpress Poster advertising “New Pullman Diesel Express Services. The Birmingham Pullman and The Bristol Pullman” also showing timetable of the trains. 12th. Sept. 1960. Folds and small loss / taped repair to upper right edge. RS
229 East India Railways Carriage Roof Pot Lamp clearly marked “EIR”. Complete and in excellent condition. Restored. RS
230 Caledonian or early LMS double sided painted wooden Station Train Fingerboard “Motherwell, Wishaw, Carlisle & Lanark”. Fine original condition 36×10.25in. o/all. A substantial well-constructed item with iron straps and mountings. sold for
£110
231 “GN & GE Joint Railways” cast iron Trespass Notice in v.g.c. sold for
£75
232 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “34G” (Finsbury Park). Restored both sides. RS
233 Great Western Railway cast iron Bridge Weight Diamond Sign. Complete with all tonnage plates, and very nicely restored. 49.5x31in. sold for
£150
234 Brass Signal Box Lamp Plated “Stonea”. Complete with brass burner and glass chimney. A former GER box on the Ely to March line. The station here closed Nov. 1966. sold for
£140
235 A Nottingham Bus Blind. Dozens of destinations starting “Bingham, Blackpool, Bottesford, Breaston, Bulwell, Calverton, Nottingham etc., etc.” v.g.c. and lengthy. RS
236 Single Line brass and steel Staff, the head inscribed “Butcher Wood CS Pleasley East”. ‘A’ configuration. In its original “Tyer & Co. Ltd. leather tubular holder and hoop. V.g.c. This North Notts location is between Sutton-in-Ashfield and Shirebrook. sold for
£440
237 BR(W) Lion over Wheel “Station Master” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£50
238 BR(W) Lion over Wheel “Yardmaster” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£210
239 BR(NE) Lion over Wheel “Inspector” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£95
240 BR(NE) Lion over Wheel “Station Master” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£130
241 BR(Sc) Lion Over Wheel “Station Master” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£130
242 BR(E) Lion over Wheel “Foreman” Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
£85
243 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Brush Traction No. 266 1960 England” as carried by the BR Class 31 DE No. 31239 previously D5666. It was named “North Yorkshire Moors Railway” in Sept. 1992. Restored. sold for
£560
244 Small LNWR marked Key with two brass fobs “L&NWR Rugby Watch Box” and “LNWR Mr. J. Walker 230 Regent St. London W.C.” The latter referring to the clock contractors to the company. sold for
£55
Lots 245 – 262 Closing time Tuesday October 19th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21106
245 Enamel Advertising Sign “Lamberts Teas are the best. F. Lambert & Son Ltd. Norwich, England”. Edge wear and chip re-touching as per photo. 30x24in. sold for
£190
246 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Company Ltd. London 3014 / 8266 -1961 Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. Locomotive Works, England” as carried by the BR Class 20DE No. 20108 formerly D8108. Painted both sides. 10×4.5in. sold for
£480
247 Set of “Southern Railway Southern Electric” official Playing Cards. A full set including joker card in their original slip case with title label “Southern Electric Takes Less Time Links City Coast and Countryside”. A scarce set in v.g.c., the case has minor damage at the end. sold for
£55
248 “GNR Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice in very good ex-lineside condition. This is the version with the top bolt hole through the company ‘N’. sold for
£80
249 GWR South Devon Railway 12in. mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The dial re-written with “GWR” roundel. The fusee movement is held between ornately shaped brass plates & turned pillars. The side of the back box is lightly branded “SDR” and bears an ivorine “GWR 550” plate. Woodwork restored and the clock is complete with pendulum and key. sold for
£420
250 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 5544” top and body and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Colwick North Junct. No. 4” (polished). The top also bears a “T Knight & Co. Highgate Works Leopold St. Birmingham” brass makers plate (slight edge loss). Complete with GNR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. sold for
£280
251 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Eastern Bengal Railway Builders 1424 Kanchrapara 1939”. The top rim milled down possibly to clear rivet heads etc. V.g.c. 12x6in. Face restored only. sold for
£200
252 Great Eastern Railway Station Platform Lamp Top complete with blue etched nameglass “Stoke”, all glazing panels, decorative corner ears and matching “LNE-E Stoke” interior vessel. The replacement top cap requires fitting. Unrestored but v.g.c. 27in. tall. Stoke station on the Bartlow – Long Melford line closed in March 1967. sold for
£540
253 “London Brighton & South Coast Railway fully titled nickel Cap Badge. The numerals and centre backing replaced otherwise v.g.c. sold for
£65
254 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “Ladies Waiting Room”. Very good ex-station condition. sold for
£130
255 Five BR(S) canvas Cash / Document Bags with brass plates: “Permanent Way Inspector Winchester / Divisional Civil Engineer C.C.E’s Department Wimbledon via Waterloo”; “Permanent Way Inspector Winchester / District Engineer Eastleigh”; “Micheldever / Centralised Accounts Office Southampton” (2); “Divisional Civil Engineer C.C.E’s Department Wimbledon via Waterloo / Winchester”. All v.g.c. in the main. (5). sold for
£60
256 Flame Cut Panel cut from the bodyside of the BR Type 5 Class 55 ‘Deltic’ Locomotive No. 55011 (formerly D9011) built by English Electric / Vulcan Foundry in Aug 1961 (Wks No. E2916 / D568). It was named “Royal Northumberland Fusiliers” in May 1963, w/d Nov. 1981 and cut up at BREL Doncaster Nov. 1982. The panel is neatly cut 31.5×27.5in retaining two structural ribs to the rear. The numerals are intact as is the data panel which shows weight at 100 tonnes and max speed at 100mph. A rare opportunity to acquire a ‘Deltic’ flame cut. sold for
£6,600
257 Oval cast aluminium “South African Railways Suid-Afrikaanse Spoorwee 37. 036 37” Locomotive Cabside Number Plate in fine ex-loco condition. sold for
£320
258 “GNR 9” cast iron double border Bridge Plate in deliciously original condition! sold for
£60
259 Original Painting by Barry G. Price depicting BR Standard Class 5 Locomotive No. 73072 in an engine shed yard. A nice solo image, oil on board & framed ready to hang. 26x14in. o/a. sold for
£75
260 London & Birmingham Railway Centenary Medal 1838 – 1938. A heavy bronze medal 2.5in. diameter displaying the Euston Arch on one face and a list of the LMS Company Directors on the reverse. In its original titled case, with LMS compliments note from Lord Stamp and its original cardboard delivery box. RS
261 London Brighton & South Coast Railway Station Master’s gilt Cap Badge in superb condition. Froggatt plate 29 and page 55. sold for
75
262 London & North Western Railway cast iron ‘double paragraph’ Gate Notice. Face restored only a while ago. Uncommon. sold for
£80

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