November 2020 Lots 373-414

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Lots 373 – 393 Closing time Wed. Dec. 2nd. 2.00pm tel. 01949 21105
373 As Previous Lot die cast Model of the Burrell Scenic Showmans Locomotive No. 3610 “William V”. Well detailed and finished 11in. long overall. As new condition complete with original box and all packaging. sold for £380
374 “London Midland & Scottish Railway Company” cast iron 1924 Trespass Notice. Face painted many years ago with a fine ex-lineside back. sold for £100
375 Engraved brass Signal Box Lever Plate “Calling On Signal & Indic. Dn LMS to No. 3 bay etc.” “Cambridge South” is marked on the rear. V.g.c. 6.5x3in. sold for £260
376 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “62C” (Dunfermline). Face restored only. sold for £85
377 Brass Annett’s Type Key, the head boldly stamped “Crank Handle Control 2”. V.g.c. 6in. long. sold for £40
378 Oval cast brass Makers Plate “Clayton, Son & Co. Ltd. Engineers & Boilermakers Leeds, England”. V.g.c. 7x5in. n/s
379 Carriage Print “The Cinque Port of Dover, Kent” by Jack Merriott from the Southern Region 1952 Series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for £100
380 Welsh pre-grouping company 3 aspect Handlamp with “Messenger & Sons” oval makers plate. Typical Welsh Valleys copper lens cone with cowl and TVR style rear catch. Complete with original vessel and burner but no reflector and red glass is missing. Original paintwork and in v.g.c. sold for £300
381 Ten items of LNER ‘Coronation’ silver plated Cutlery by Walker & Hall. All different and include a butter knife and marrow scoop. V.g.c. throughout. All top marked with the LNER Art Deco initials associated with this streamlined train. (10). sold for £340
382 Aluminium Single Line Tablet “Dereham West Junc – Wendling 22”. V.g.c. A section of the former GER Kings Lynn – Norwich route. sold for £140
383 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “88B” (Cardiff East Dock, then Radyr). Unrestored. sold for £100
384 A “GWR” peaked Cap with red embroidered company initials and perimeter trim. As worn condition. n/s
385 Cast iron Wagon ‘D’ Plate “LNER 10 tons 1896 Stratford 634191”. Face restored only. From a covered wagon originally built for the Met. Rly. When withdrawn the body was grounded at Kings Lynn Bowls Club in 1938 for use as a pavilion for the members. In the 1950’s a shed was built around it and in 2000 both were demolished revealing this plate still attached to the former vehicle. sold for £420
386 “Station Road” pressed aluminium Street Sign 45.25in. long. Face restored. sold for £75
387 A GNR “38” cast iron Bridge Plate from the Winterbeck Bridge south of Bottesford on the GN & LNWR Joint Line. Face restored only together with a “GNR 14” cast iron Crossing Numberplate from Long Clawson on the same joint line. Original condition. (2). sold for £160
388 GNSR steel and brass Security Box Padlock. The brass hasp stamped “Fraserburgh 1 Return to Aberdeen Waterloo”. V.g.c. but lacks key. Fraserburgh at the north east extremity of the GN of S system closed in Oct. 1965. sold for £40
389 Great North of Scotland Railway wooden Signal Box Nameboard “Calcots” in fine ex-box condition with faded blue paintwork. Applied metal letters and original bevelled edge board. V.g.c. 45×8.75in. A location north east of Elgin on the Spey Bay line. Closed in May 1963. sold for £480
390 North Eastern Railway 2 aspect Driver’s Handlamp (blue glass blanked off). Top and body stamped “NER”. Original “NER Co” vessel brass plated “Stoddard” with rape oil burner and “NER” reflector. Very good condition and complete. Top handle bound with copper wire. Unpainted. sold for £170
391 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. wooden handled Quill Knife clearly marked “L&YR” on the blade. V.g.c. 4.75in. long. sold for £60
392 Aveling & Porter cast brass Prancing Horse from one of the company’s traction engines or steam rollers. Nice example complete with original rear fixing plate and screws. sold for £130
393 British Railways Board fully flanged enamel Sign “Highways Act 1959” referring to public footpath. Minor re-touched edge and screwhole chips. Very good colour and shine. 18x9in. sold for £120
Lots 394 – 414 Closing time Wed. Dec. 2nd. 2.00pm tel. 01949 21106
394 Great Eastern Railway mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The 16in. dial bears its “1243” ivorine numberplate and is re-written “GER”. The chain driven fusee movement is stamped “GER” and the company initials are also branded several times into the rear of the surround and the back box. Working order with pendulum and key. Records with the clock show that it was located on the platform at Chappel & Wakes Colne Station on the Colne Valley & Halstead Line, later transferred to the Loco Running Dept, Doncaster. A fine clock with very good provenance. sold for £300
395 “LMS Dining Cars” Coffee Cup and Saucer by J&G Meakin with Clarice Cliff style decoration. V.g.c. sold for £80
396 “GNR 244” cast iron Bridge Numberplate from the structure just outside Grantham station. sold for £50
397 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. wood / bone Whistle clearly incised “LYR”. V.g.c. and working order. sold for £60
398 Two brass plated leather Cash Bags “BR Wansford” and “BR Six Mile Bottom to Newmarket”. (2). sold for £120
399 “G.N.Rly.D.C.P (Docks Customs Police) 5740” brass Pay Check. Victorian crown on the reverse. Scarce. w/d
400 Wooden cased Signal Box Telephone with brass plunger and handset. Ex-box condition. n/s
401 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Ltd. Caledonia Works Kilmarnock No. 592 1974”. Good ex-loco condition. 9.75×7.25in. sold for £130
402 A Station Waiting Room Picture from a cut down quad royal poster of Plymouth by Claude Buckle. A fine image of the Hoe with Royal Navy vessel offshore and flying boats passing overhead. Some light fox spots otherwise v.g.c. with no folds and in a glazed frame with “Plymouth” plaque. 48×30.75in. o/all. sold for £110
403 Four BR Named Train enamel Staff Badges: “Leeds Executive”, “Bradford Executive”, “The Yorkshire Pullman” (often Deltic hauled) and “The Master Cutler” (Class 40 hauled). All v.g.c. (4). n/s
404 Carriage Print “Ribblehead Viaduct, Yorkshire” by Kenneth Steel from the LMR ‘Railway Architecture’ Series of 1952. Three small tears and in a glazed wooden frame. sold for £60
405 Taff Vale Railway Signal Lamp Interior. Rusty and requires restoration but clearly marked “TVR”. Burner, glasses and filler cap are missing but a scarce lamp worthy of further work. sold for £85
406 Cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8875 Darlington Works 1923”. As carried by the tender attached to the following ‘B16’ Class 4-6-0 locos 61463 1923 to Sept 1948; 61417 Sept. 1948 to April 1951; 61411 April 1951 to withdrawal in 1961. V.g.c. Face restored only. sold for £80
407 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “51A” (Darlington). Ex-loco condition and displayed on a wooden mount. sold for £160
408 Cast iron “SC” Smokebox Self Cleaning Plate. Face painted long ago. Back is ex-loco. sold for £120
409 Miniature aluminium Single Line Staff “Maynooth – Leixlip”. ‘A’ configuration. V.g.c. sold for £95
410 “Chaplins Patent Ticket Holder No. 15683 1886” so inscribed brass Case with ornate engraving and chasing. Holds an Edmondson size ticket. Complete with chain and button fob. A rare item indeed. sold for £290
411 Cast iron Nottingham Street Sign “Clyde Villas”. Face painted only a while ago. 39.25in. long. n/s
412 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “82B” (Bristol St. Philips Marsh). Restored. sold for £170
413 “The Highland Railway Company” silver? Pass bearing the full company title and coat of arms. The reverse numbered “101” The rim is inscribed “H. Marriott Esq. L&YRly.” V.g.c. 26mm. dia. sold for £340
414 GWR 12in. Wall Clock. The dial is re-written “G.W.R.” The ‘GWR’ ivorine label is missing but clear evidence of its existence is visible on the back box side. The chain driven fusee movement is set between ‘A’ shaped brass plates. Complete with pendulum and key and appears to be in working order. n/s

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