November 2020 Lots 415-460

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Lots 415 – 435 Closing time Wed. Dec. 2nd. 3.00pm tel. 01949 21105
415 London North Western Railway Carbide Handlamp embossed three times with the company initials. This is the earlier pattern with a small base foot and is in the ex-service black condition. Complete and in v.g.c. n/s
416 Great Central Railway glass Inkwell complete with a glass stopper. Nicely face etched “G.C.R” and in v.g.c. sold for £30
417 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Portsmouth & Southsea”. Very minor flange chips only and with fine colour and shine. A former LBSCR & LSWR Joint Station re-named from Portsmouth Town in 1925. sold for £1050
418 “LNER Down Parcels Office Kings Cross” brass Cash bag Label complete on its leather mount. Presumably “GNR” was ground off and re-stamped “LNER”. n/s
419 Carriage Print “Inverary Castle, Loch Fyne, Argyll” by Jack Merriott from the Scottish Region 1956 – 57 Series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for £75
420 “GNR Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice. Restored. Note that this has not had the ‘N’ drilled out for a fixing hole. sold for £130
421 Caledonian Railway enamel “Look-Out” Armband. Perimeter edge wear only and lacking straps. n/s
422 Great Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Whistle. A fine example in v.g.c. complete with its finial and sprung activating arm. 16.25in. tall o/all. sold for £1450
423 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Telegrams”. Minor edge re-touching otherwise lovely condition with fine deep colour and shine. sold for £440
424 Southern Railway Electric silver plated Two Compartment Vegetable Dish by Gladwin, Sheffield, 7in. dia. Face marked “SR” with the electric flash. V.g.c. sold for £50
425 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “65846” as carried by the NER ‘J27’ Class 0-6-0 built by Beyer Peacock in 1908. Allocated to West Hartlepool, Sunderland and the final eight months at York, it was w/d in Oct. 1965 and cut up by Hughes Bolckow Ltd. North Blyth. Totally ex-loco condition as purchased from BR by our vendor. Beyer Peacock built only 20 of this 195 strong class. sold for £740
426 ‘O’ Gauge kit built (Gladiator Kits) ex-LMS ‘Royal Scot’ 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender No. 46148 “The Manchester Regiment”. A well built and detailed model featuring a Ron Chaplin 12V D.C.motor and multi stage gearbox, two main driving wheel axles sprung, LED illuminated firebox connected to pickups, footplate crew, sprung buffers, etc. Spray painted BR green livery fully lined out. 18.25in. long o/all buffers. sold for £740
427 ‘O’ Gauge scratch built ex-LMS ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender No. 44967. A well built and detailed model with geared drive, sprung buffers, footplate crew etc. and nicely finished in BR lined black livery. 18in. long o/all buffers. sold for £800
428 South African Railways “3537” Buffer Beam Numberplate. Brass numerals on a steel backing plate 15x5in. As carried by the Class 25NC 4-8-2 built by NBL Co (27397 of 1954). sold for £110
429 “London & South Western Railway Company” small china Sugar Bowl displaying the full company title and crest. V.g.c. and delightful. 2.5in. diam. sold for £55
430 London Underground Carriage Print alerting passengers to the presence of ticket collectors. A humorous depiction, more to see the more you look! In a glazed frame but the glass is broken. 25x12in o/all. n/s
431 Caledonian Railway Station Wall Lamp with paper label “Errol”. Complete with original vessel, burner, glass chimney and mirror reflector (cracked) and all glazing. The top cap is loose. 25in. tall. The station was on the Perth – Dundee line and closed in Sept. 1965. sold for £260
432 Leather Cash Bag with brass plate “Shepreth Letchworth”. V.g.c. from the former GNR Hitchin – Cambridge line. sold for £60
433 Painted steel Signal Box Lever Collar inscribed “Line Blocked / Not In Use” and brass plated “Loftus”. This former NER box was on the Middlesbrough – Whitby line. sold for £45
434 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40B” (Immingham). Face painted a while ago. sold for £90
435 “LMS 60” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. V.g.c. and face restored only. sold for £40
Lots 436 – 460 Closing time Wed. Dec. 2nd. 3.00pm tel. 01949 21106
436 GNSR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped with initials top and body and brass plated “Great North of Scotland Railway Company” and “Parkhill”. A copper wick tube is fixed to the body side. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. Parkhill north west of Aberdeen closed in April 1950. sold for £360
437 Hull & Barnsley Railway cast iron Wagon Plate “H&BR 693 to carry 7 tons”. V.g.c. and restored. 9×5.25in. sold for £230
438 Midland Railway 1909 enamel Firebuckets Notice. Restored chipping to three corners and top centre. A tad grainy on the text. n/s
439 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “11A” (Barrow then Carnforth). Face restored only a while ago. sold for £120
440 “LMS Aberfeldy” wooden handled brass Office Stamp in v.g.c. A former Highland Railway branch terminus off the main line at Ballinluig. Closed in May 1965. sold for £110
441 LMS Signal Lamp Interior with vessel stamped “MRSD” (Midland Railway Signal Dept.). V.g.c. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. sold for £70
442 “Great Central Railway Company Dining Car” glass Tumbler face etched with the full company title crest below decorative engraved bands. V.g.c. A lovely piece 3.75in. tall. sold for £110
443 Railway Convalescent Homes glazed stoneware Tobacco Jar and lid by Royal Doulton. The body illustrated with the Herne Bay and Leasowe Castle Homes. V.g.c. sold for £55
444 LMS brass Stanier Hooter Whistle in v.g.c. 16in. long and complete with its base nut. sold for £150
445 Great Western Railway Carriage Panel with information regarding the communication chord and advertising stations offering cold luncheon and tea baskets. Complete with hinged top flap and knob. sold for £60
446 Southern Railway cast iron Cover Plate embossed with a hexagon pattern and lettered “SR” and “Bailey, Pegg & Co. Ltd. 81 Bankside. S.E.1”. Original condition 10.75×10.75in. sold for £110
447 North Eastern Railway Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn clearly marked “NER” and in working order. 8in. long. sold for £60
448 Great North of Scotland Railway brass Platform Lamp Vessel. Face marked “GNSR” and complete with burner. 4.8in. dia. sold for £50
449 “British Railways Danger Don’t Touch Conductor Rails” Sign. Minor edge and two screwhole chips only otherwise v.g.c. 20×12.5in. sold for £65
450 North Eastern Railway General Purpose Handlamp. Stamped “NER” on the top handle and “NER” brass oval to the back. Complete with “LNE – D2” vessel, all fittings & glasses. Unrestored. n/s
451 Two brass cased ‘Syx’ Signal Box Repeater Instruments: “Signal / On / Off / Wrong” and “Light In / Light Out”. Both in v.g.c. (2). n/s
452 Oval brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Ruston & Hornsby Ltd. Lincoln, England Size 165 Class DE No. 268881”. Face polished only. 5.75×3.25in. sold for £80
453 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Hessle”. V.g.c. and face restored only. 23.75in. long. A former NER station between Hull and Ferriby. sold for £420
454 Aluminium Road Sign “Road Junction” with original reflective finish. Ex-roadside condition. n/s
455 Carriage Print “London River Thames (Kings Reach)” by Frank Mason from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. In an original glazed frame. sold for £50
456 LMS Waiting Room / Office Wall Lamp. The back panel clearly marked “LMS” and is complete with burner and glass chimney. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for £50
457 Original Painting by the Grantham artist Terry Shelbourne depicting ‘A4’ “Golden Plover” and a 2-6-2 tank loco in Grantham Yard. Oil on canvas and framed. 28x22in. o/all. sold for £100
458 North Staffordshire Rly. 3 aspect Handlamp. Body stamped “N.S.RY” and “Macclesfield Goods”. Aspect drum also stamped “N.S.Ry” complete with correct pattern “BR(M)” vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. sold for £625
459 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64D” (Carstairs). Ex-loco condition and a scarce code. sold for £130
460 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Policeman’s Whistle. Marked “LYR”. V.g.c. and working. sold for £85

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