May 2018 Lots 401-450

SAT 12th May 2018 -Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln,
Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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401 Two “South Eastern & Chatham Railway” quad royal enamel Poster Board Headers for restoration (one has r.h. end loss); together with a “Southern” double royal example for restoration with r.h. end loss and a notch. (3). SOLD FOR
402 Great Western Railway leather Cart Horse Saddle complete with four “GWR” brass shield decorations, two brass rings for the reins and other straps. Good condition. SOLD FOR
403 LSWR 4 aspect Handlamp stamped “L&SWR Co. 33” and “Broadclyst”. Complete with all fittings and glasses (orange cracked). Unrestored. The station was between Exeter and Sidmouth Junction and closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
404 Cast brass Wagon Plate “Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Company Ld. Builders Gloucester, England”. An attractive uncarried plate nicely face polished 8.5×6.25in. SOLD FOR
405 Great Western Railway cast iron bi-lingual Trespass Notice. Face restored a while ago. A scarce sign. SOLD FOR
406 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
407 LMS pictorial quad royal Poster “Bournemouth, Pine Woods and Gardens by the Sea. Travel by LMS Pines Express from the Midlands and North”. A superb image by Walter Spradbury laid on board, sealed and in a wooden frame. SOLD FOR
408 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “5732” cleaned, otherwise ex-loco condition. As carried by the 57XX Class 0-6-0PT built by the North British Loco. Co. in 1929. It was w/d from Newport (Ebbw Junction) in Jan. 1958 and cut up at Swindon. n/s
409 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Sunningdale”. A chip to one corner otherwise good ex-station condition. A rare target from this former LSWR station between Ascot and Virginia Water. SOLD FOR
410 “Chemin de Fer de L’Ouest et de Brighton” early pictorial Poster with text in French advertising services Paris to London from Gare St. Lazare with fine artwork depicting the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and Large Yeoman of the Guard figure. An impressive poster jointly produced by the CDF L’Ouest and LBSC Companies. The former company becoming L’Etat in 1881. A couple of tears but the poster is laid on linen to conserve. Special and rare. 48×33.5in. n/s
411 Cast iron Shedplate “87C” (Danygraig). Ex-loco condition. n/s
412 “Great Western Railway” titled enamel Notice “Caution. Unauthorised persons interfering with the electric gear will be instantly dismissed by order. Engineers Office Loco, Carriage & Wagon Dept. Swindon January 1910”. Chip to top right corner and some craze lines otherwise a fine early sign with good colour and shine. 11.5x10in. SOLD FOR
413 “LMS” quad royal enamel Poster Board Header in LNER Blue. Some very well executed restoration and varnished to look superb. 53in long. SOLD FOR
414 “Midland Railway Company Derby 1906” cast iron Ring. Loss to a break where the fourth fixing lug would have been but no loss of lettering. 16.75in. diam. SOLD FOR
415 London Transport double sided “Request Bus Stop” Sign. Minor edge chips only. 18×15.5in. SOLD FOR
416 GWR ‘Hall’ Class 4-6-0 Locomotive Nameplate “Wimpole Hall” together with its cast brass Cabside Numberplate “5963”. The engine was built in 1936 and allocated to Landore MPD. It was a long term Westbury loco in BR days, withdrawn in June 1964 and cut up at Birds Risca. The plates are in fine ex-locomotive condition with original paintwork. We sold the other side nameplate from this loco in our 2016 sale. SOLD FOR
417 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Glastonbury & Street – Shapwick”. Ex-service condition retaining much original green paint. A section of the former S&DJR ‘Branch’. n/s
418 “S&DJR Cole Station. Proposed Agent’s House” original linen Drawing dated 30th. November 1903. V.g.c. 29.75×23.25in. SOLD FOR
419 GWR mahogany cased ‘Spagnoletti’ Signal Box Block Instrument with “Up / Down” reversible plate and “Line Clear / Train On Line” pivoting ‘flag’. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
420 “Southern Railway” quad royal enamel Poster Board Header with Sunshine lettering. Minor edge wear only. A very good example with fine colour and shine. 52in. long. SOLD FOR
421 GWR 3 aspect copper top pre-grouping Handlamp. Body is stamped “GWR Swindon” and brass plated “11424”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
422 “Barry Railway Tenancy No. 611” small cast iron Property Plate. 3×1.75in and rare. SOLD FOR
423 GWR Carriage Photograph “Llangollen Bridge” by the Photochrom Company. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
424 Cast aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque featuring the Cooling Towers of Toton Depot. As carried by the Class 56 Locomotive No. 56016. Built by Electroputere, Roumania in May 1977. SOLD FOR
425 A London and Brighton Railway Guide of September 1841. 60pp. plus folding maps disbound from hard covers which are gilt titled and incorporate an early 0-6-0 locomotive. A rare survivor 176 years old! SOLD FOR
426 Great Western Railway Locomotive Headlamp bearing two large brass plates “The Silberlight Silber & Fleming Manufacturers London” and a larger brass plate “Return to Bristol G.W.R.5”. Rear top stamped “GWR”. Complete with vessel, burner, bullseye lens and a swing handle. Unrestored and scarce. SOLD FOR
427 Box of ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
428 “Southern Railway” enamel Notice “Do not stand on the roof sheeting nor place any heavy load upon it”. A corner chip and some edge wear but generally v.g.c. 20×12.5in. n/s
429 “Pullman Car Company glass Whisky Tumbler etched on the face with the early style “Pullman” crest. V.g.c. 3.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
430 South Western Railway single aspect Safety Lamp brass plated “SWR” and “Templecombe”. The original “SWR” marked rape oil vessel is fixed to the cast brass screw in base. A rare lamp in very good original condition with red paintwork. SOLD FOR
431 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “47407”. Cleaned, the numerals only painted. As carried by the LMS ‘Jinty’ 0-6-0T built by the Vulcan Foundry (3978 0f 1926). It was w/d from Edge Hill in 1959 and cut up at Crewe Works. SOLD FOR
432 Cast aluminium Locomotive Shedplate “84E” (Wadebridge). A chunky pattern in fine ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
433 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway early pattern wooden / horn Whistle lightly inscribed “S&DJR”. Age worn but in working order. SOLD FOR
434 London Transport double sided enamel Bus Stop Sign with enamel route number plates “330 / 341 / 343” to both sides. Light chipping only. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
435 BR(S) double royal Poster with a pictorial frieze by Lander. Advertising an Excursion to London & Salisbury from Somerset and Devon stations 1961. Couple of corner losses, light tape stains and folds. SOLD FOR
436 BR(S) small fully flanged enamel Sign “Please Show Tickets” in upper and lower case lettering. Edge and flange chips. Very good colour and shine. 12x9in. SOLD FOR
437 Cast iron Oil Store Doorplate “LSWR Neither matches nor lights must be taken near stored paraffin”. A stable crack top right. Letters and border re-painted only. 16.5x12in. SOLD FOR
438 “South Eastern Railway” china Cream / Milk Pourer together with a “Southern Railway” china cream / milk jug complete with its pewter lid. Both in excellent condition. (2). SOLD FOR
439 A cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Mendip Star” possibly as carried by a showman’s traction engine. Face painted and lightly polished only. Approx. 22×3.75in. A very appropriate Somerset name. SOLD FOR
440 Taff Vale Railway pewter Inkwell, the hinged lid inscribed “T.V.R.” Complete with ceramic ink pot. V.g.c. 3.75in. dia. and very scarce. SOLD FOR
441 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “88H” (Tondu). Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
442 An Album of SR, GWR and M&SWJR Luggage Labels displayed loose in flip sleeves. 192 in total with very minor duplication. SOLD FOR
443 “Cherry Blossom Shoe Shine” lithographed tin plate Advertising Sign featuring the three kittens sat in boots. V.g.c. 28×17.75in. SOLD FOR
444 BR(S) fully flanged Station Totem Sign “Hook”. Lovely condition with minor flange wear only. Excellent colour and shine. A former LSWR station between Basinstoke and Winchfield. SOLD FOR
445 SR enamel Station Target Sign “Topsham”. A few retouched small chips to edges and screwholes but good colour and shine. A former LSWR station south east of Exeter. SOLD FOR
446 Rhymney Railway brass Works Stores Tool Check 53. Roughly fashioned, chunky and very old. 2.12in. dia. SOLD FOR
447 “GWR Beware of Trains” wooden Sign with cast iron letters. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
448 London & South Western Railway Station / Signal Box Handbell bearing the engraved initials “LSWR”. Complete with clapper and in lovely condition. 17in. tall. SOLD FOR
449 BR flanged aluminium bi-lingual Station Sign “Caerfyrddin Carmarthen”. Ex-station condition. 43.25x19in. SOLD FOR
450 London Chatham & Dover Railway 4 aspect Handlamp. Stamped “LC&DR No. 1035” and brass plated “S.R.A. G6212” and “J. Defries & Sons Manufacturers London”. Complete with all fittings and glasses (orange broken), Unrestored. SOLD FOR

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