October 2021 Lots 475 – 510

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Lots 475 – 500 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21105
475 Carriage Print “Monsal Dale Viaduct, Derbyshire” by Kenneth Steel from the LMR 1952 series. V.g.c. and in a wooden glazed frame. Variations of this view were much used in Midland Railway and their successors publicity. sold for
£70
476 London Transport Train Tail Lamp. Embossed “L.T.” and brass plated “Acton Town”. Complete with all fittings and red bullseye lens and clear side inspection lenses. V.g.c. sold for
£100
477 “LNER” 443” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned ebonised wooden handle. V.g.c. sold for
£50
478 BR(M) small enamel totem Notice Board Header in the reverse colours of maroon on white. V.g.c. with minor chips only. 16.25in. long. sold for
£150
479 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “50A” (York). Restored both sides. sold for
£110
480 “London & North Western Railway Notice The Company’s Road Not Public” cast iron Sign. 20.5×9.5in. A fairly scarce notice face restored only. sold for
£210
481 Great Northern Railway Ground Signal Lamp Case manufactured by “Stevens & Sons Darlington Works Southwark Bridge Road” brass plate on the collar. Also plated “Ilkeston W.” Complete with two green bullseye lenses and two clear side inspection glasses. V.g.c. sold for
£80
482 “NER 1” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only a while ago. sold for
£45
483 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56B” (Ardsley). Unrestored. sold for
£65
484 “LMS Station Timetable Market Harborough May 1st. to July 2nd. 1939”. Rolled with light folds and a handy 20x15in. for framing. sold for
£110
485 “Poster to Poster Vol. 7 The Glorious South West” by Richard Furness. 264pp. published in 2014. A nice clean copy complete with dust covers. sold for
£40
486 “The Book of British Railways Station Totems” by Dave Brennand & Richard Furness. 212pp. Published in 2002. A nice clean copy signed by the authors. sold for
£60
487 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class Locomotive and Tender No. 5738 “Samson”. Built from a CCW kit on a Premier Chassis with fine scale wheels, Helical motor and gear box. Finished in maroon livery. A good runner. sold for
£400
488 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR ‘Britannia’ Class Locomotive and Tender No. 70029 “Shooting Star”. Built from a DJH kit. Nicely detailed and painted. sold for
£560
489 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR ‘Warship’ Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive No. D827 “Kelly”. A ready to run model by Heljan. Mint and boxed. sold for
£350
490 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 45 Diesel Locomotive No. D85. A ready to run model in v.g.c. sold for
£340
491 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 55 ‘Deltic’ Locomotive. A ready to run model in good condition but the paintwork has slightly discoloured. sold for
£150
492 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 24 Diesel Locomotive No. D5012. A ready to run model. The body requires fixing to the chassis otherwise v.g.c. sold for
£260
493 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 20 Diesel Locomotive No. D8057. A ready to run model in v.g.c. sold for
£290
494 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6745. A ready to run model by Heljan. V.g.c. and boxed. sold for
£240
495 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 25 Diesel Locomotive No. D7623. A ready to run model in v.g.c. with original box. sold for
£290
496 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 08 Diesel Shunter No. D3801. A ready to run model by Tower Models. V.g.c. and boxed. sold for
£190
497 ‘0’ Gauge electric 2 rail BR Class 40 Diesel Locomotive No. D212 “Aureol”. A ready to run model in v.g.c. sold for
£360
498 Bassett-Lowke ‘0’ Gauge 3 rail electric LMS “Royal Scot” Locomotive and Tender No. 6100. One side of the tender slightly scuffed otherwise good condition. sold for
£150
499 Bassett-Lowke ‘0’ Gauge 12v. electric Locomotive “Flying Scotsman” in BR lined blue livery No. 60103. A lovely model in fine condition complete with its original box. sold for
£780
500 A rake of three Bassett-Lowke ‘0’ Gauge Bogie Coaches in BR ‘Blood & Custard’ livery also in fine condition and complete with their original boxes. They look superb coupled to the “Flying Scotsman”! sold for
£190
Lots 501 – 510 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21106
501 Hornby ‘0’ Gauge clockwork Southern Railway 4-4-2 Locomotive and Tender “Lord Nelson” No. 850. Minor touching up of the black areas on the tender otherwise good condition. sold for
£100
502 Hornby ‘0’ Gauge 20v. electric “Great Western” 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive No. 2221 in v.g.c. together with a Hornby ‘0’ Gauge tinplate eight wheeled 3rd / Brake GWR Bogie Coach, the body sides scuffed. (2). sold for
£100
503 Hornby ‘0’ Gauge 20v. electric “Southern” 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive No. 2091. Good condition. sold for
£110
504 Hornby ‘0’ Gauge Clockwork No. 1 Special 0-4-0 Locomotive and Four Wheel Tender in Great Western livery No. 2301. Very good condition. sold for
£75
505 Bassett-Lowke 3 rail electric British Railways ‘Compound’ 4-4-0 and Tender No. 41109. In good condition. sold for
£75
506 Bassett Lowke ‘0’ Gauge clockwork Locomotive and Tender “Princess Elizabeth” in green livery. Minor play worn scuffs otherwise good condition. sold for
£100
507 Hornby gas fired 3.5in Gauge “Rocket” Locomotive, Tender and Four Wheel Coach. All in v.g.c. and complete with two pieces of original self-assembly track. sold for
£100
508 Darstaed ‘0’ Gauge electric 3 rail ready to run LMS ‘Jinty’ 0-6-0T in LMS black livery No. 16654. A nicely produced and finished heavy model complete with original box, packaging and information leaflets. sold for
£170
509 An ‘0’ Gauge 2 rail electric LMS 2P Class 4-4-0 Locomotive constructed and adapted from a Hornby coarse scale Compound 4-4-0 by fitting cast iron wheels, a RM motor and general added detail. Nicely finished in plain black livery and numbered “563”. sold for
£210
510 Dinky Toy die cast Trains featuring streamlined Locomotive No. 2509 and two coaches. One set in BR livery the other LNER. Each set is 11.75in long and run on wheels with rubber tyres. Very good condition. sold for
£110

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