May 2018 Lots 51-100

Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln, Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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51 An original Painting of an express train hauled by GWR ‘King’ Class Loco No. 6028 “King George VI” passing through Bredon station with a ‘Jubilee’ hauled train approaching on the down line. A nicely composed picture by John R. Mason. Oil on canvas. 40×28.5in. o/all frame. SOLD FOR
52 Southern Railway double sided “Gentlemen” enamel Station Sign in its original painted wooden frame. Some edge chipping otherwise good condition. 26x14in. o/all. SOLD FOR
53 “GWR St. John Ambulance Association” nickel Sleeve Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
54 Large GWR General Purpose or Inspection Lamp stamped on the top “GWR Swindon”. Copper hook handle fitted to rear. Complete with all fittings and glass. Restored. SOLD FOR
55 Five Great Western Railway coloured Poster Stamps including “Tregenna Castle Hotel” and “The Cornish Riviera” (St. Michael’s Mount). Corner loss to one stamp. SOLD FOR
56 A painted wooden Carriage Board “Kingswear – Manchester” in good original condition. 132in. long. SOLD FOR
57 Midland Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with tapper and nickel domed bell. Clearly marked “MR Co.” twice. Good ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
58 LSWR 3 aspect Handlamp with “E” (Eastleigh) brass plate. Complete with L&SWR sloping fronted vessel, all fittings and glasses (red cracked). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
59 A “Chemin de Fer de L’Etat et Southern Railway” double royal pictorial Poster by Maurice Toussant depicting a state occasion in London 1952. A ceremonial coach flanked by guardsmen. A vibrant and scarce poster with two small damp marks to the lower panel and border but with no folds and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
60 BR(S) “Train Service” enamel Header Panel. General light edge wear. Very good colour and shine. 45in. long. SOLD FOR
61 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “87G” (Carmarthen). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
62 Southern Railway Guard’s Pocket Watch. The case back inscribed “SR 3452”. Fine condition throughout and in working order. SOLD FOR
63 Pair of GWR brass Locomotive Whistles in unpolished condition. Complete with elbow pipes. SOLD FOR
64 South Eastern & Chatham Railway glass Water Carafe in fine clean condition face etched “S.E.C.R”. 7in. tall. SOLD FOR
65 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Higham”. A large chip to the ‘G’ plus others to black flange mainly. Very good colour and shine. A former SE&CR station between Hoo Junction and Rochester. SOLD FOR
66 Southern Railway card Carriage Advertisement Panel titled “Your advertisement could be a signal success in these spaces. For full particulars of advertising in the carriages of the Southern Railway apply Trade Advertising Agent. Cannon Street Station E.C.4.” Stylish artwork of colour light signals by D.W. Burley 1932. V.g.c. and unframed. 21.5×9.25in. SOLD FOR
67 BR(W) Enamel Station Running In Board “Bath Green Park” 1830x615mm. (72×24.25in). From the Midland Railway Terminus Station in the city well known for the Somerset and Dorset line services. Restoration to bottom and top edges. The station closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
68 Aluminium Plate from a Single Line Key Token inscribed “Crowcombe – Williton” with remains of yellow paint. A section of the former GWR Taunton to Minehead line. SOLD FOR
69 GWR Pre-grouping copper topped Handlamp stamped “GWR Swindon” and brass plated “14083”. Complete with original GWR vessel, all fittings and glasses including “GWR” etched front lens. A fine example. SOLD FOR
70 Box of ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
71 Railway Convalescent Home Herne Bay Kent pictorial glazed stoneware Items by Royal Doulton. A tobacco Jar with lid and a water jug. Both in fine condition. (2). SOLD FOR
72 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Implacable” in good ex-loco condition as carried by the BR Type 4 Diesel No. 439 later Class 50 No. 50039. Built by English Electric / Vulcan Foundry (E3809 / D1180) and into traffic in Oct. 1968, and named in June 1978. A fine plate from a scrapped member of the class 45.5×9.75in. SOLD FOR
73 “Southern Railway” Ticket and Luggage Conditions enamel Sign. A couple of scuffs and light edge chipping. 9x6in. SOLD FOR
74 “GWR Refreshment Dept. Swindon” clear glass Bottle. 8.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
75 Square Single Line Tablet inscribed “Shillingstone – Blandford 5”. Fine ex-service condition from the Somerset & Dorset line closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
76 “Great Western Railway” fully titled cast iron Gate Notice in unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
77 Cast brass “Advance” Plate as carried by a Wallis and Steevens (Basingstoke) road roller. 11×10.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
78 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated half pint Coffee Pot clearly displaying the company twin shields and scroll device to the face. A fine elegant item by Elkington. 7.25in. tall. SOLD FOR
79 “South Eastern & Chatham Raily” full titled small enamel Notice re. spitting. Edge re-touching and restoration to top left corner. A rare sign 9.5×8.5in. Mounted on a framed wooden panel. SOLD FOR
80 “Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway Poster Timetable for Oct. 1946 to May 1947”. Shows main line and branch services and connecting services to Waterloo etc. from Templecombe. Small tear to bottom and creasing down left edge. Very evocative. 30x28in. SOLD FOR
81 Combined Clock and Barometer Units in chrome plated 6in. surrounds mounted in a polished oak case as used on the Southern Railway Isle of Wight ferry vessel “Shanklin”. Both instruments are by Smith of Southampton. The clock back stamped “BR(S) 11209 Shanklin Aft Lounge” and the Barometer similarly stamped “Shanklin Aft Lounge”. Ready to hang 21in. tall and complete with key. A history sheet of the vessel accompanies. SOLD FOR
82 Hand drawn Signalling Diagrams by the Signalling Record Society: “Bournemouth West” (2); “Bournemouth Gas Works Jcn”; “Branksome”. All laid on card. SOLD FOR
83 “Southern Railway Chief Electrical Engineers Dept. Danger Extra High Tension” small enamel Sign. Re-touched corner enamel loss to lower right. 8×6.5in. SOLD FOR
84 “Southern Region double royal Poster “Bexhill” by Frank Sherwin. A fine image of the classic De La Warr Pavilion with the town beyond. A top tear, two very small edge losses and two small areas of loss to the image upper centre. SOLD FOR
85 BR(S) “Please Show Tickets” enamel Sign screwed to a wooden panel. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
86 “Public Telephone” double sided enamel Sign on its wrought wall bracket. Both sides with good colour and shine. 19x12in. on bracket 28in tall. SOLD FOR
87 GWR cast iron Gunpowder Van Plate “Notice No Unauthorised Person is allowed to open these doors”. Face restored only. 13.75×6.5in. SOLD FOR
88 Portsmouth Passenger Transport Department nickel and enamel Staff Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
89 “Brighton Hove & District Driver” nickel and enamel Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
90 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Creekmoor Halt”. One small edge chip and lightly weathered. A scarce target from this basic of stations on the outskirts of Poole opened in June 1933 and closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
91 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75E” (Three Bridges). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
92 Great Western Railway brass cased Drum Clock. The enamelled dial with a chip and some craze lines is lettered “GWR Kay & Co. Paris”. Body and rear cover are stamped “5570”. Working order with captive key. w/d
93 Original Painting by Joe Townend, Guild of Railway Artists member depicting a Somerset & Dorset line train at Broadstone Jct. hauled by 7F No. 53807. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
94 Southern Railway enamel Header Sign “Partridge Green Station”. One face chip otherwise v.g.c. with good colour and shine. 53×11.75in. A former LB&SCR station between West Grinstead and Shoreham closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
95 LSWR 4 aspect side door Handlamp. Plated “L&SWR Co.” and “E” and stamped “L&SWR Tower Hill”. Complete with LSWR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. The station was between Halwill Jct. and Launceston and closed in Oct. 1966. SOLD FOR
96 GWR cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “6649”, with engine and boiler details stamped into the rims. V.g.c. and face restored only. As carried by the ‘5600’ Class 0-6-2T introduced 1924-27. A South Wales loco it was w/d in Feb. 1965 from Merthyr and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. SOLD FOR
97 BR(W) “Ticket Collector” fishtail Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
98 BR(W) “Excess Luggage” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
99 Cast iron Agricultural Plate “Robinson & Auden late Gibbons & Robinson Wantage England”. Original condition and paintwork with an in service weld to the rear. 22.5x7in. SOLD FOR
100 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “83H” (Plymouth Friary). Unrestored. SOLD FOR

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