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76/42 Cast aluminium Road Sign “Cross Roads”. Face restored only. £120
(+ £14.40)
76/84 “N.B.R Flag-Man” enamel Arm Band. Lacking straps & with service scuffs but good. £60
(+£7.20)
76/148 GER metal Detonators Box. Clearly marked with company initials and “Arthur J. Poole” brass markers plate. £40
(+ £4.80)
76/166 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “L&NWR Carr. Dept. Wolverton” and body “LNWR Netherfield & Colwich Traffic A19918”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. This station east of Nottingham Victoria was owned by the GNR, the LNWR having running powers for their workings to Nottingham London Road and Colwick Yard where the company had a loco depot. £200
(+£24)
76/180 Cast aluminium Village Approach Road Sign “Seamer. Scarborough 4 1/4. Pickering 15 1/4.” Complete with all glass beads and makers name in back. 31.5x20in. A Highways Dept. plated repair to a crack. £275
(+£33)
76/209 BR(E) Side & Tail Lamp, North Eastern Rly. pattern. Complete with all fittings and glass and restored. Uncommon. £100
(+£12)
76/230 GWR official Jigsaw Puzzle “Glorious Devon”. Complete and in v.g.c. as is the original box. £30
(+£3.60)
76/289 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55C” (Farnley Junction). Restored. £60
(+£7.20)
76/327 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Totem Sign “New Southgate”. Chip retouching to the bottom right end of the lower panel and the edges of the perimeter white border re-touched. Superb deep colour and shine. A GNR ECML station on the approaches to Kings Cross. £500
(+£60)
76/350 “LMS Ruthwell” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. A former G&SWR station between Annan and Dumfries closed in Dec. 1965. £50
(+£6)
76/396 “North British” cast iron Diesel Locomotive Radiator Nameplate. Face painted 34.5in. long and mounted onto a wooden panel. NBL Co. built a number of 0-4-0 and 0-6-0 shunting locos including many for British Railways. £85
(+£10.20)
76/401 An original Painting by P.N. Guest depicting LMS Pacific No. 6201 “Princess Elizabeth” hauling a train of maroon coaches over the River Wye bridge at Hereford with the cathedral dominating the background. A pleasing image in oil on board and framed. 28.75×20.75in. o/all. £50
(+£6)
76/409 “Hull & Barnsley and Great Central Railways Joint Committee” fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored a while ago. £500
(+£60)
76/422 Small aluminium diamond shaped Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Co. Ltd. 1959 The General Electric Company Ltd.” 9.62x4in. Ex-loco condition from the cab of a BR Class 21 / 29 Bo-Bo in the number range D6103 – D6137. £130
(+£15.60)
76/433 Leather Cash Bag with brass plate inscribed “Healing and Grimsby Town”. V.g.c. £40
(+£4.80)
76/481 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. Commercial Vehicle Headlamp by Joseph Lucas, Birmingham. Base is stamped “LYR” and the original vessel is plated “LYR”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in fine condition throughout. A scarce lamp from the Mike Sharman collection. £150
(+£18)
76/487 Great Central Railway silver plated half pint Milk / Water Jug by Elkington. “G.C.R.” initials clearly inscribed on the face. V.g.c. £50
(+£6)
76/532 Leather Cash Bag with brass plate “B.R. Immingham Dock Pass.” Complete with “BR” brass closing disc. £40
(+£4.80)