November 2020 Lots 148-193

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Lots 148 – 170 Closing time Lots Monday Nov. 30th. 5.00pm tel. 01949 21105
148 BR(M) “British Railways” enamel Notice Board Header. Totem shaped in the reverse colours of maroon on white. Chip to right hand end screwhole. Good colour and shine. 16.25in. long. sold for £110
149 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp. Stamped “GNR 4303 / GNR 2909” and has brass plate “Great Northern Railway Company Colwick North Junct. No. 8”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. sold for £250
150 North Eastern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “General Room & Booking Office”. V.g.c. with good colour and shine. sold for £170
151 LNWR official Publication “The Castles of North Wales. A Souvenir of the Investiture of H.R.H. Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle July 1911”. Eight sepia illustrated pages with superb ornate coloured cover all with original silk ribbon tie. 12×9.75in. sold for £40
152 Large circular brass Locoman’s Tally stamped “Hull Loco Dept. Refreshment”. 2in. diam. Scarce. n/s
153 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40E” (Colwick). Unrestored. sold for £50
154 LNWR 4 tier metal Leaflet Rack with three metal drawers. Back panel and each drawer stamped “LNWR”. Stands on four turned brass feet. V.g.c. and unrestored. 11.25x5x11.75in. tall o/all. sold for £60
155 North Eastern Railway Brake Van Side & Tail Lamp. Stamped “NER” in the chimney and brass plated “NER”. Red and clear bullseye lenses set in heavy cast brass bezels each stamped “NER Co.” A fine lamp but lacks its vessel. sold for £170
156 South Eastern & Chatham Railway glass Water Carafe face etched “S.E.C.R.” V.g.c. 6.5in. tall. sold for £35
157 M&GNJR brass Safe Plate inscribed “Potter Heigham & Yarmouth Beach”. 4.6×2.75in. Both stations and the line closed in March 1959. sold for £190
158 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway” quad royal enamel Poster Board Header. Chips to edges and screwholes but with fine colour and shine. A very good example 52.75in. long. sold for £130
159 Glazed stoneware Flagon impressed “Nat Mawby Gt. Northern Hotel Leicester” and “1 Gall”. Very good condition. 12.75in tall. Presumably the premises were adjacent to the Belgrave Road Station. sold for £50
160 “SNCF” Acetylene Handlamp clearly embossed on the top and vessel. Two purple side glasses and a clear front glass. All complete and restored a while ago. n/s
161 Tiny bone china Tumbler lettered on the face “P.S. Marmion North British Railway Company” below an illustration of the paddle steamer. V.g.c. and delightful. Only 1.75in. tall. sold for £85
162 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64B” (Edinburgh Haymarket). Face restored only. sold for £105
163 Midland Railway Hotels base marked bulbous copper Jug. A bit of a well bumped old soldier but a scarce one! 10.25in. tall. sold for £80
164 Carriage Print “Ben Loyal, Sutherland” by W. Douglas MacLeod from the 1956-57 Scottish Region Series. Two light creases and in an original type glazed frame. sold for £50
165 Great Western Railway fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice “To owner and drivers of locomotives etc.” V.g.c. Face restored only. sold for £85
166 Cast rion Locomotive Shedplate “55E” (Normanton). Face restored only a while ago. sold for £190
167 Mersey Model Company horizontal stationery Steam Engine in its original box with pictorial label. A simple brass boiler with single cylinder and flywheel on a wooden stand. 7×4.5in. Burner missing. sold for £100
168 An early Model Steam Engine by Joseph Falk of Nuremburg. Falks commenced trading in 1897 and were taken over by Ernst Plank in 1935. This is a single cylinder engine atop a brass boiler. It is complete with all fittings and spirit burner but lacks the extension chimney. All mounted on a tinplate base 10.5x6in. sold for £80
169 A Mamod 0-4-0 steam Tank Locomotive complete and in its original box with operating booklet. V.g.c. sold for £140
170 Single Line Hoop with leather Pouch containing a fibre Tablet inscribed “Bishop Auckland – Merrington Lane 28”. V.g.c. sold for £210
Lots 171 – 193 Closing time Monday Nov. 30th. 5.00pm tel. 01949 21106
171 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer Peacock & Co. Ld. Manchester 1913”. V.g.c. and cleaned otherwise ex-loco. 9.75×5.75in. sold for £100
172 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway and its Connections” so titled Map of System dated 1917. A very detailed map in fine condition with no folds and in a glazed frame 38×32.75in. o/all. sold for £90
173 Taff Vale Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “TVR” in body and aspect drum. Complete with “TVR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for £320
174 Carriage Print “Citadel Station, Carlisle” by Kenneth Steel from the LMR 1952 ‘Railway Architecture’ series. Foxing to left edge but a seldom offered print. In its original glazed frame. sold for £65
175 Great Western Railway Banner Signal Lamp Case and matching interior lamp, both marked “GWR Reading”. Brass burner and filler cap also marked “GWR”. Ex-service condition. 17in. tall. n/s
176 “London and North Western Railway No. 107” ornately engraved bevelled edged brass Plate 3.6×2.25in. Paper label to rear “From an early dictaphone used in Accounts Office Camden”. n/s
177 GPO mahogany cased Telegraph Switch. Brass labels to the face read “Instruments In Circuit” and “Instruments Out of Circuit”. Complete with knob selector and all external brass terminals. V.g.c. sold for £25
178 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16C” (Kirkby in Ashfield, then Mansfield, latterly Derby). Mounted on a wooden panel. sold for £80
179 Cast iron Wagon Plate “Registered by the Caledonian Ry. Co. 1910 to carry 12 tons. 25847”. Painted a while ago. n/s
180 LNER Liqueur Glass bearing the company intertwined initials embossed on the face of the bowl. Ornately shaped and in superb condition. 3in. tall. sold for £160
181 “GN & GE 76” cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a structure between Stow Park and Lea. Face restored only. sold for £80
182 “LMS Hotels” ten sided china Chamber Pot by Cauldon. The gilt title within a laurel wreath prominent on the face. Base also marked “LM&S Hotels”. V.g.c. sold for £95
183 LMS, Scottish Region Splitter Lamp with tall hook handle and two red bullseye lenses. Original condition with paint to body sides “C&W Dept. Oban”. Complete with “LMS” vessel and burner. sold for £85
184 Pair of “L.N.E.R.” marked wooden Butter Pats. Good condition and scarce. 10in. long. sold for £50
185 Copper General Purpose Handlamp with brass fittings probably as used by the fire brigade. No markings but it is complete with its vessel, burner and bevelled edge glasses. V.g.c. n/s
186 “BOAC 747” china Ashtray by Wade. The title top marked along with two images of the 747 ‘Jumbos’. A nice period piece in v.g.c. particularly now that the 747’s have been withdrawn from service. 10×6.25in. sold for £75
187 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1955 Doncaster”. Unrestored 10.5x6in. Locos built that year were BR Standard 5 4-6-0’s Nos. 73100 – 108 / 110 – 119 (named examples) and Standard 4 2-6-0’s Nos. 76045 – 49. sold for £270
188 Royal Mail Coat of Arms Transfer nicely applied onto a painted wooden panel. V.g.c. 18x12in. (Ex. Travelling Post Office Rolling Stock). sold for £40
189 GNR mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph Instrument complete with writing shelf and paper spike. Brass frame to side to accept code card. Good condition. n/s
190 “Kinglake St” cast iron Nottingham Road Sign. Unrestored. 37.5in. long. sold for £65
191 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Look-Out Man’s short brass Warning Horn with bone / horn mouthpiece. Marked “SE&CR”. Working order. sold for £250
192 Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock & Ayr Railway copper Printing Plate for share certificates. A superb piece of engraving 10×6.6in. Included is a reversed photocopy for ease of reading. The G.P.K & A.R. opened in 1839. It amalgamated with the Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle Rly to form the Glasgow & South Western Rly. in October 1850. sold for £50
193 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Tickets”. Face restored only. sold for £65

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