October 2021 Lots 350 – 391

Welcome to our October 2021 Auction
Bidding Times: Monday – Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm.
Saturday – Sunday – CLOSED.
Please check deadline times and telephone numbers carefully for each lot.
terms   commission_bid
Lots 350 – 391 Next >
Click on thumbnails to view the lot pictures. Click anywhere in darkened overlay area to close picture.
Lots 350 – 372 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 2.00pm tel. 01949 21105
350 French Railways copper topped Crossing Gate Lamp with brass makers plate to the top and one to the body marked “EST No. 1020 C TER”. Lacks vessel but is complete with glass panels to the four sides and mounting bracket to the base. Restored. An impressive lamp 23.5in. tall o/all. sold for
£210
351 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway cast iron Boundary Post in v.g.c. Restored a while ago. 30in. tall. sold for
£95
352 Aluminium Single Line Key Token “Cairnryan Jct – Castle Kennedy”. V.g.c. A section of the former PP & W Portpatrick line. sold for
£80
353 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6D” (Chester Northgate then Shrewsbury). Restored a while ago. RS
354 Cambrian Railways “Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice. Ex-lineside condition. sold for
£85
355 Dinorwic Quarries Carriage Pot Lamp. Two brass plates to the chimney “Shallis & Thompson Patent No. 14815” (slight loss) and “Ridsdales Railway Lamp & Lighting Company Limited Minories London”. The company title also engraved around the brass collar. Complete and in v.g.c. sold for
£260
356 “Eastern Union Railway” large 26mm one piece brass title and locomotive Button. The EUR amalgamated with four other companies to form the Great Eastern Railway in 1862. Prior to this the EUR opened in 1846 so buttons are scarce. (Froggatt 1/18). sold for
£150
357 Isle of Wight Railway small 16mm. nickel script initials Button in v.g.c. (F33/6). RS
358 “GW & LNER” Kings crown senior staff small 17mm. gilt Button. V.g.c. (F43/7). sold for
£55
359 “GN & LNWR” 25mm. brass script initials Button. V.g.c. (F43/1). sold for
£55
360 “GN & LY” 25mm. brass script initials Button. V.g.c. (F42/20). sold for
£55
361 “North British Railway” full title and arms 25mm. gilt Button. V.g.c. (F5/6). sold for
£80
362 Metropolitan & District Joint Railway Victoria crown senior staff 24mm. gilt initials Button. V.g.c. (F38/15). sold for
£40
363 Cleator & Workington Junction Railway 23mm. script initials brass / gilt Button. V.g.c. (F19/5). Together with a photocopy staff employment memo dated 27/11/1916 to Stanley Jackson whose button this was. (2). sold for
£80
364 BTC quad royal pictorial Poster “Progress” by Terence Cuneo. A scene in Swindon Loco Works with Warship and steam locomotives and the “North Star” locomotive on its plinth. Edge crumpling bottom left and folds. sold for
£320
365 LMS quad royal photo diagrammatic Poster “LMS in perspective No. 5 The Locomotive”. The poster features a ‘Coronation’ Class Pacific Loco. Very minor bottom right edge creasing and folds. RS
366 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1950 Derby”. Face lightly restored only. 10.25x6in. As carried by the (LMS) 2-6-4T. No. 42142. New to Royston before moving north to Carstairs. Transferred to Low Moor in 1963 and w/d from there June 1966. It was cut up at Draper’s, Hull. sold for
£290
367 BR(Sc) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Dumbarton Central”. Some perimeter white re-touching has discoloured but the main body is in v.g.c. with good colour and shine. A former Dumbarton & Balloch Joint station north west of Glasgow. sold for
£820
368 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway oval cast iron Culvert Numberplate “2 – 9 inch”. Face restored only. An uncommon plate 11x7in. sold for
£140
369 Railwayman’s Caps. A Southern Railway “Signalman” example with embroidered cloth badge and a BR “Porter” example with enamel totem badge. Both v.g.c. (2). sold for
£55
370 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 3 aspect MR pattern Handlamp stamped in the body “M&GNJR” and brass plated “688 Nth. Walsham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. A location on the Melton Constable to Yarmouth line closed in March 1959. sold for
£320
371 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “Booking Office”. Very good ex-station condition. sold for
£150
372 Original Painting by the Boston artist Les Perrin depicting Deltic Diesel Locomotive No. D9016 “Gordon Highlander” departing Kings Cross. Oil on board and framed 25.5x19in. o/all. sold for
£80
Lots 373 – 391 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 2.00pm tel. 01949 21106
373 Inverness & Aberdeen Junction Railway Handbell engraved “I & A J Ry” on the face. V.g.c. 12in. tall and complete with clapper. The company opened in 1857 and amalgamated with the Inverness & Perth Junction Railway to form the Highland Railway in 1865. A scarce survivor from a company with a very short existence. sold for
£500
374 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “70F” (Fratton then Bournemouth). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to the back. Restored both sides. sold for
£95
375 “GN & GE 81” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate, from a structure at Anderson’s Siding nr. Gainsborough. Face restored only. sold for
£80
376 Carriage Print “Kyle of Lochalsh, Kyleakin Ferry, Western Highlands” by Kenneth Steel from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. sold for
£95
377 “LNER” silver plated three pint Teapot by Walker & Hall. Nicely face inscribed with the “LNER” script initials. V.g.c. sold for
£110
378 East African Railways cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Mount Mtorwi 9,715ft.” and its cast brass Bunker Number Plate “5915”. As carried by the Class 59 4-8-2 + 2-8-4 metre gauge Beyer – Garrett built by Beyer Peacock in 1955 (Works No. 7666) and named after a mountain in Zambia. These were the largest and most powerful Garrett’s built for metre gauge and were designed for the steeply graded main line from Mombasa to Nairobi. The plates are in fine condition, face restored, the nameplate displayed on a wooden panel is 49.75×9.5in. and the numberplate is 24.5×8.75in. A most impressive set. sold for
£3,200
379 BR(S) “British Railways” double royal enamel Poster Board Header. 26.75in. long. V.g.c. sold for
£190
380 Single Line Tablet Pouch used on the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway in connection with the Whittaker Automatic Exchange System. V.g.c. sold for
£85
381 A handmade half size model of a Furness Railway corrugated Handlamp incorporating much detail including miniature brass makers & company plates to the body, and “FRC No. 1” and “Torver” plates to the side catch covers. Other features are sprung side catches, rotating aspect drum with coloured glasses and removable vessel and burner. A superb piece indeed. sold for
£210
382 Aluminium Miniature Single Line Staff “Athlone – Carrowduff”. V.g.c. The first section of the former M&GWR line to Galway. RS
383 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55B” (Stourton). Face restored only. sold for
£60
384 Great Eastern Railway fully titled cast iron Bridge Notice. Face restored only. sold for
£180
385 BR(M) enamel Station Sign “Trent”. V.g.c. with minor edge wear only and excellent colour and shine. 25x20in. A former Midland Railway station between Nottingham and Derby closed in Jan. 1968. sold for
£980
386 London & North Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “L&NWR Car. Dept. Wolverton” and the body “LNWR Perry Bar Coaching No. 8 A13793”. The floor is date stamped “1877”. Red glass missing otherwise a nice early lamp complete & v.g.c. Unrestored. sold for
£150
387 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “60816” as carried by the LNER V2 Class 2-6-2 built at Darlington in 1937. A Haymarket and St. Margaret’s engine it was w/d from the latter Oct. 1965 and cut up at Campbell’s, Airdrie. The plate with curly sixes is in ex-loco condition as purchased direct from BR by our vendor. sold for
£920
388 Signal Box Board, wood with applied letters “Kirkby in Ashfield Cntl”. The surrounding frame probably renewed. An impressive board 130in. long x 8.75in wide. From the former GCR route north of Nottingham. sold for
£640
389 East Coast Joint Stock General Purpose Handlamp stamped “E.C.J.S” and bears a “Bulpitt & Son Birmingham 1914” makers plate. Complete with a correct pattern “GNR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for
£60
390 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “GNR(I) 1927 Dundalk”. Face restored only. 8.25×4.5in. Possibly from a Class T2 4-4-2T. sold for
£210
391 “Cardiff Railway Company Bute Docks Cardiff” enamel Sign re: “Smoking in or about this warehouse” followed by nine lines of text. Some light re-touching to present a superb looking sign. 21×19.5in. RS

Next >