November 2019 Lots 201-250

SAT 23rd November 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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201 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56C” (Copley Hill). An ideal plate for “Pommern”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
202 “G.C.R. Look-Out” enamel Armband complete with leather straps. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
203 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “71A” (Eastleigh). BR(S) triangle to rear. Ex-loco. SOLD FOR
204 GNSR 3 aspect Handlamp with full company title brass plate to body and unusually a further brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway Gedney”. A location on the M&GNJR. Possibly a staff transfer during the LNER or early BR period. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
205 “Private Entrance by Permit Only” cast iron Sign. 18.75×7.25in. back painted, face unrestored, the three fixing holes plugged. SOLD FOR
206 Great Eastern Railway Dining Cars silver plated Egg Cup and integral tray. Face marked “G.E.R. D.C.” with the company dragon’s wing device. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
207 “LMS Built Crewe” oval cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate. Face lightly polished only. Locos built that year at Crewe were Class 4 2-6-0’s Nos. (4)2850 – (4)2924. SOLD FOR
208 GCR 3 aspect Handlamp. Body is stamped “GCR 555” and brass plated “G.C.R. 555 Clifton”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. Clifton on Trent, a station on the LD & ECR Line closed in Sept. 1955. SOLD FOR
209 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 15 jewel Pocket Watch by Record. The case back inscribed “MGN 10” with “Ex. B.R.” above. The dial has a hairline craze and minor damage at 11o’clock. The movement surround is also marked “MGN10”. Working order. SOLD FOR
210 Original Painting by Joe Townend, G.R.A. depicting a work stained WD ‘Austerity’ No. 90112 on a train of mineral wagons near Skipton. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 24x20in. SOLD FOR
211 “South African Railways 796 16R” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate. Face restored only. As carried by the 4-6-2 built by the North British Loco Co. in 1914 (Works No. 20436). SOLD FOR
212 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Wolsingham – Stanhope 22”. A section of the former NER Wear Valley Line. SOLD FOR
213 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40A” (Lincoln). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
214 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Nottingham”. Minor chips. Very good colour and shine. 44.25x12in. From the Victoria Station in the city, closed in 1967. SOLD FOR
215 Lynton & Barnstaple Railway enamel Coach Builder’s Plate “The Bristol Wagon & Carriage Works Co. Ld. Builders Bristol”. 4×2.75in. Ex-vehicle condition. SOLD FOR
216 “62060 1948” oval engraved brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate. Face polished only. 12.25×6.5in. As carried by the K1 Class 2-6-0 built by the NBL Co. (26664 of 1949). Always a North East allocated engine it was w/d from Tyne Dock Aug. 1967 and cut up by Hughes Bolckow, North Blyth. SOLD FOR
217 Methley Joint Committee 3 aspect large GNR pattern Handlamp. Brass plated “Methley Joint” and “Great Northern Railway Company Lofthouse East Junction 3”. The MJC jointly owned by the GNR, NER and LYR operated this short length of line south west of Leeds. The lamp is complete with all fittings and is restored. SOLD FOR
218 An original woven silk Picture (Stevengraph) titled “The Present Time 60 miles an hour” and featuring a 2-2-2 loco hauled train of six wheel carriages. Thomas Stevens Makers descriptive label to the back. In a glazed frame 9.6x6in. (See also lot 457). SOLD FOR
219 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Plymstock”. Three edge chips as per photo. Original ex-station condition. A former LSWR location on the Plymouth – Turnchapel branch closed in Sept. 1951. SOLD FOR
220 Carriage Print “West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire” by Horace Wright from the LNER 1945-47 series. Damp mark to lower left corner. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
221 LNER cast iron “Tickets” Doorplate / Barrier Plate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
222 GWR cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “9659”. As carried by the ‘57XX’ 0-6-0 PT built at Swindon in 1946. An Old Oak Common engine most of its life, finally w/d from Southall June 1965 and cut up by Ward’s, Briton Ferry. The cabside has been face restored only many years ago. SOLD FOR
223 “NBR Flag-Man” enamel Armband. Edge wear only and lacking straps. Ex-Causewayhead Station 1992. n/s
224 Glasgow & South Western Railway brass Handbell with an oak handle. The top is inscribed “G&SW Ry Co.” in ornate serif lettering. Complete with clapper and wooden bell stand. 14.5in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
225 Two oval cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplates: “LNER” and what looks like “4544” ground off “Doncaster Works 1907” and “London & North Eastern Railway 3555 ? (ground off) Darlington Works 1913”. Both devoid of paint. (2). SOLD FOR
226 Two brass cased Railway Pressure Gauges: “GNR” calibrated to 150 psi and a “L&NER Co” example calibrated to 30inches of mercury. Both v.g.c. and mounted on a polished mahogany oval board. SOLD FOR
227 Great Northern Railway cast iron cased “Down Main” Mechanical Indicator with its “On / Off” tablet and fixed to its original cast iron base complete with crank. Unrestored 29in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
228 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64D” (Carstairs). Ex-loco condition. (See also lot 314). n/s
229 “LMS Steamers” silver plated shell shaped Butter Dish by Elkington in superb condition. Top marked on the handle with the full title within a laurel wreath. SOLD FOR
230 BR(M), LMS pattern, Locomotive Headlamp complete with fittings and a good bullseye lens. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
231 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Limited Caledonia Works Kilmarnock No. 2119, 1941”. Face restored only. 16.75×11.75in. As carried by 0-4-0ST new to Ministry of Supply, Linwood, Renfrewshire No. M.O.S 2L. Then to Raisley Hill Limestone Quarries Co. Ltd. Co. Durham in 1957. W/d June 1970. SOLD FOR
232 North Eastern Railway enamel Doorplate “Enquiry” from the Tyneside Electric System. Good condition. SOLD FOR
233 5 inch gauge coal fired live steam Model GWR 57XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Locomotive constructed in accordance with the ‘LBSC’ / Model Engineer design “Pansy”. A well built engine with copper boiler, mechanical lubricator, water pump, brake gear, sprung buffers etc., etc. Steamed regularly by the builder until being retired as a display model. Finished in Great Western green livery. 33.5in. o/all length. If you are intending to run the engine again in steam a new boiler certificate will be required together with some overhaul work. SOLD FOR
234 5 inch gauge coal fired live steam freelance Model 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive of recent construction by the same builder as the previous lot. The model comprises copper boiler, mechanical lubricator, water pump, all the usual fittings and sprung buffers. A well constructed model finished in green livery 33in. o/all length. If you are intending to run the engine in steam a boiler certificate will be required. SOLD FOR
235 3/4 inch scale coal fired live steam Aveling & Porter Model Traction Engine requiring completion. A nicely proportioned engine currently presented as a display model. 15.25in. o/all length. SOLD FOR
236 ‘Stuart’ Type Model Vertical Mill Engine with single cylinder and flywheel. A well engineered model 12in. tall o/all. Together with a similar model 6in. tall o/all. (2). SOLD FOR
237 A Model Steam Plant by Fleichmann of Germany comprising brass boiler with all fittings and original spirit burner, single cylinder mill engine with flywheel and all fittings. Both mounted on a lined out metal base. V.g.c. throughout. 16.5×14.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
238 Wrenn ‘00’ gauge die cast Locomotives and Tenders: “City of Stoke on Trent”, “City of Glasgow”, City of London”. All very good condition and boxed. (3). SOLD FOR
239 Scratch built brass ‘0’ gauge electric 2 rail Model of the LNER P2 Class 2-8-2 Locomotive and Tender No. 2001 “Cock o’ the North”. Constructed from works drawings by the eminent builder Mr. Walter West of Conisborough. A well built, detailed and heavy locomotive incorporating sprung wheels throughout, buffers, and couplings and well detailed cab and external fittings. Finished in lined LNER livery. Length o/all buffers 20.3in. Complete with carrying case. See also following lot and lot no. 249. A biography of Mr West accompanies the lot. SOLD FOR
240 Scratch built brass ‘0’ gauge electric 2 rail Model of a LNER Class 04 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender No. 5013. Constructed by Mr. W. West from works drawings. A well built, detailed heavy model incorporating a sprung driving & tender wheels, buffers, couplings and featuring a scale cab backhead. Finished in unlined LNER black. Length o/all buffers 17in. Complete with carrying case. SOLD FOR
241 A rake of scratch built ‘0’ gauge LNER ‘Teak’ Bogie Coaches, 3 corridor type and a buffet car. Nicely built with interior fittings. Length o/all buffers each 16.8in. (4). SOLD FOR
242 A group of nine Hornby ‘0’ gauge tinplate Wagons including pre-BR cattle trucks, LMS milk traffic van, United Dairies milk tanker and the scarcer Fyffes banana van. Three are boxed including the latter. SOLD FOR
243 “North British Railway Warning to Trespassers” enamel Notice. Enamel losses as per photograph. In a wooden frame ‘aged’ to look original. Displays well. 27x20in. o/all. SOLD FOR
244 London & South Western Railway Chronometer. The speed of the train can be read off the dial when used between 1/4 mileposts. Back engraved “LSWR No. 2 Carr. Dept.” A very rare timepiece in a dark Japanned case in fine original condition and in working order. SOLD FOR
245 LMS 3 aspect Driver’s Handlamp with brass plate “LMS 58402”. Ex-service condition with original painted “18D” and matching numbers “136”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Ex-Staveley M.P.D. SOLD FOR
246 Engraved brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “London North Eastern Railway Co. No. 2005 Doncaster 1946”. As carried by the ‘A2’ Class Pacific No. 60514 “Chamossaire”. A regular New England allocated loco apart from a brief sojourn at Grantham. It was w/d in Dec. 1962 and cut up at Doncaster Works. The plate is in fine condition lightly polished only with “514” stamped in the back. It was purchased by our vendor direct from BR on a Firewood Order for 2/6 on the engine’s withdrawal from service. SOLD FOR
247 London & North Western Railway cast iron Platform Lamp Post from Woburn Sands station on the Bedford – Bletchley line. It is complete with its Sugg Rochester lamp top and totem mounting bracket. The post is 120in. tall of which 24in. plants in the ground and the lamp top is 36in. tall. It is presently out of the ground and ready for collection from Luton by the successful bidder by arrangement. SOLD FOR
248 “Ogdens Red Breast Flake The Popular Smoke” enamel Advertising Sign. Chips mainly to screwholes. An impressive sign with superb colour and shine. 48x36in. SOLD FOR
249 Three superb original colour washed linen official LNER Works Drawings. Two refer to the P2 2-8-2 Class Locomotive, the other V2 2-6-2. Lengthy drawings with a vast amount of detail. V.g.c. (3). SOLD FOR
250 Great Western Railway ‘Hall’ Class 4-6-0 Locomotive Nameplate “Croxteth Hall”. Ex-No. 6923. V.g.c. with fine ex-loco paintwork. Built at Swindon in 1941 the engine was allocated to Didcot, Reading and Oxford in BR days, w/d from the latter in Dec. 1965 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Newport. Croxteth Hall, the building is at West Kirby, Liverpool. See next lot. SOLD FOR
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