May 2018 Lots 201-250

Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln, Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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201 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sydenham Hill”. Two small filled holes in the upper panel plus a few small chips but good colour and shine. A former SE & CR station south east of Dulwich. SOLD FOR
202 Small enamel Doorplate “Tradesmen’s Entrance”. V.g.c. 4.5×2.5in. SOLD FOR
203 “Green Line Coaches” double royal Poster showing a diagrammatic map of the company’s routes radiating out from London with artwork views of notable features to the perimeter. Small losses across the top but no folds. In a glazed frame 41.5×26.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
204 South Eastern & Chatham Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “SE & CR” and brass plated “SE&CR G3163” and “A” (Ashford). Complete with “SE&CR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
205 Midland Railway mahogany cased non-pegging Signal Box Block Instrument in v.g.c. Clearly marked “MR Co.” three times. Original 1913 “Midland Railway” test label inside. SOLD FOR
206 Five 5in. diameter Handlamp Front Lenses. Two are etched “GWR” and three etched “BR(W)”. Condition are as removed from handlamps. (5). SOLD FOR
207 Royal Mail Carriage Coat of Arms Transfer mounted on a polished wooden panel. 20x15in. SOLD FOR
208 Royal Mail enamel Doorplate “Foreman Porter”. Light edge wear mainly and some well executed restoration. 18in long. SOLD FOR
209 Oval cast brass Builders Plate “By Royal Letters Patent Aveling & Porter Limited Rochester Kent. England. No. 10017”. 8×5.5in. curved to fit the cylinder. As carried by a traction engine or steam roller built in 1921. Together with a cast brass plate “Clean out the boiler after working 100 hours”. 9.5x2in. Reputedly from a A & P steam vehicle. (2). SOLD FOR
210 A cast brass Prancing Horse as carried by an Aveling Porter traction engine or steam roller. A very early large style horse with pronounced definition. SOLD FOR
211 “GWR Dining Car” silver plated Sugar Bowl face marked with the title in a belted garter. By Elkington. 3in. tall. SOLD FOR
212 BR(S) printed aluminium Trespass Notice in v.g.c. BR totem to top. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
213 A Great Western Railway impressive copper Samovar with an ornate brass plate to the face inscribed “GWR Super Saloons”. Complete with its copper lid, brass side handles and a delightful brass spout and dispensing handle with round glass bead to the centre. A superb and extremely rare item. 13.5in. tall o/all. The ‘Super Saloons’ were the GWR’s attempt to bring Pullman style luxury to their West of England Express Services. SOLD FOR
214 BR(W) gilt and enamel “Station Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. n/s
215 Central London Railway 3 aspect copper top Handlamp. This is the example with a base skirt and cowled front lens. Complete with original large copper vessel, all fittings, glasses and a brass station slide to the body. Restored. SOLD FOR
216 Southern Railway double sided painted wooden Station Train Finger Board “Weybridge, West Byfleet Woking and Farnham Line”. Fine original condition. 48in. long. SOLD FOR
217 Great Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plates “GWR for petroleum only” and “The Silber Light Faudels London” (makers). Complete with original part copper vessel, “GWR” porcelain burner “9179” numberplate and all glasses including “GWR” etched front lens. “GWR” picked out in pin holes in the base. Some corrosion losses mainly to the skirt but a very scarce pattern of lamp for the GWR. n/s
218 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “81F” (Oxford). Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
219 Cast aluminium Road Sign “School” incorporating silhouettes of a girl and boy. Ex- roadside condition with some scratching. SOLD FOR
220 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “41230”. Cleaned otherwise unrestored. As carried by the Ivatt LMS Class 2 2-6-2T built at Crewe in 1949. At Bangor early in BR days it moved south in March 1963 to Barnstaple Junction then to Salisbury living out its final two years at Bournemouth from where it was w/d in April 1967 for cutting up at Cohens, Morriston, Swansea. n/s
221 “HMS Rodney” Match Book Case bearing the Ship’s brass and enamel badge. Complete with a Union Castle Line book of marked matches inside. SOLD FOR
222 “S&DJ Ry. Car Park” enamel Sign in the form of an arrow. A very scarce survivor from Wells station which closed in Oct. 1951. V.g.c. 36in. long. SOLD FOR
223 “Chocolates Cigarettes” double sided Glass Sign in its steel frame with hanging brackets. V.g.c. 24.5×8.5in. plus brackets. SOLD FOR
224 Southern Railway official Publication “Souvenir of the Southern Railway Cos. Southampton Docks”. A fine publication in the outlined shape of a liner. Illustrated throughout with ships of the companies using the docks and the colours of their respective funnels. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
225 Great Western Railway Locomotive Nameplate “Plowden Hall” with its matching cast brass Cabside Number Plate “4956”. As carried by the 49XX ‘Hall’ Class Loco built in 1929. A Swindon, Bristol (Bath Road), Cardiff Canton and Westbury Loco in BR days, it was w/d from the latter in July 1963 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Newport in June 1964. A superb pair of plates with ex-loco paintwork, lightly polished only. The nameplate 67in. long. SOLD FOR
226 Southern Railway Services & fares folding Leaflet for the London – Paris route May to Oct. 1939 in its original “Southern Railway” titled hard backed covers. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
227 Great Western Railway Road Motor brass Horn with rubber squeeze activator. From one of the company’s delivery lorries or charabancs. Clearly marked “GWR” and in working order but please do not try it during viewing! SOLD FOR
228 BR (Southern Region) oak cased roundhead Wall Clock with a fusee movement. The 8in. dial written “B.R.(S) 11001”. Working order with pendulum and key. The lot includes a copy of the clock record which shows its location as “Waterloo Room 15 Public Relations”. SOLD FOR
229 LSWR 4 aspect Motorman’s Handlamp featuring the unique purple glass aspect used for limited line movement in the wrong direction. The body is stamped “L&SWR 930”. Complete with LSWR vessel & reflector, SR burner and all glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
230 BR(S) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Clandon”. Restoration to some enamel losses but displays well with good colour and shine. A former LSWR station east of Guildford. SOLD FOR
231 Midland Railway ‘Candlestick’ Signal Box Telephone. Clearly marked “MR Co.” and “LMS T” twice. Complete with all fittings and braided wire. On a wooden base. 19.5in tall. o/all. SOLD FOR
232 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Shapwick – Highbridge East C”. A section of the former S&DJR ‘Branch’ from Evercreech Jct. closed in March 1966. Restored. SOLD FOR
233 GWR Carriage Photograph “Combe Martin, Devon” by the Photochrom Company. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
234 Chromed cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Co. Ltd. Vulcan Works Newton-le-Willows, England. No. 3283 / D812. 1963”. Ex-loco condition covered in Rail Blue paint. As carried by the BR Class 37 Diesel Electric No. 37138, formerly D6838. New to Cardiff Canton. W/d from there in May 1996 and cut up by the Harry Needle Railroad Company at Toton in July 2004. SOLD FOR
235 SWR glass ‘pumpkin’ Spirit Flask embossed “W.H. Clark Wine Merchant & Contractor Refreshment Dept. SW Rly.” Small edge crack does not detract. SOLD FOR
236 Enamel Advertising Sign “Hudson’s Soap” incorporating a shop closing time clock with its original hands. Some chips and small corrosion losses but very good colour and shine. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
237 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “To Platforms 2 & 3” with directional arrow. Minor chips. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
238 Western Region quad royal pictorial Poster “Glorious Devon” by L.A. Wilcox. The classic image of the archetypal Devon scene. Minor loss to top edge and top border edge nicks otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
239 “G.W.R. Parcels received here for all parts” double sided enamel Hanging Sign. Some well executed light restoration and with very good colour and shine. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
240 Southdown Motor Services cast aluminium Bus Radiator Plate bearing “Southdown” in script lettering. Very good ex-vehicle condition retaining original paintwork. 11.12 x 2.62in. SOLD FOR
241 “L.B.S.C. Look-Out” enamel Armband with leather straps. Some restoration but displays well. SOLD FOR
242 Southern Railway double royal Poster advertising an excursion to Southampton Docks to visit the White Star Liner R.M.S. “Homeric”. From Surrey and Hampshire stations May 1933. Stylish frieze artwork by Horace Taylor. Some light staining but a scarce poster laid on thin card to conserve. SOLD FOR
243 District Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped in top and body “DR” and has a metal makers plate “G. Polkey Birmingham 1907”. Complete with original “DR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
244 “Great Western Railway” fully titled enamel Trespass Notice. Some well executed light restoration. In a wooden frame 32.25×23.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
245 London & South Western Railway upholstered mahogany Chair clearly stamped underneath “L&SWR” twice in large letters and “L&SWR Co.” once in smaller characters. A fine chair in v.g.c. with tight joints. SOLD FOR
246 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “73F” (Ashford, Kent). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
247 SR small china Teapot by Dunn Bennett & Co. Face marked “Southern Railway” within a belted garter. Complete with original lid and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
248 “Hants and Sussex Bus Stop” double sided enamel Sign. Some chipping but good colour and shine. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
249 “S&DJR Midford Signal Box” circular brass Tag with “S&DJR” marked Key attached. SOLD FOR
250 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sundridge Park”. A small chip to top and bottom edges. Flange repainted. Very good colour and shine. A former SE&CR station on the Bromley North branch. SOLD FOR

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