November 2023 Lots 401-450

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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401 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Avonside Engine Co. Limited Bristol 1620 1921”. Face restored only. 10.75×6.5in. The loco was new to Haunchwood Collieries Ltd, Nuneaton as No.2 “Phyllis”. Sold to Measham Collieries, Leices. via Frank Edmunds, A dealer in 1926. Transferred to NCB Area 7 at Measham 1st. Jan 1947. Scrapped in 1953. SOLD FOR
402 “Euston Station. London” cast iron Trolley Plate in good original condition. 18in. long. SOLD FOR
403 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “Car Park”. Edge / flange chips and distortion area to top flange otherwise good with good colour. 24x12in. SOLD FOR
404 Tyers mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph / Block Plunger. The actual plunger is topped with a small glass dome. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
405 BR(Sc) double royal part pictorial Poster “See Scotland with a freedom of Scotland Ticket”. The artwork section depicts a DMU Aberdeen – Inverness train nr. Forres. V.g.c. with no folds. SOLD FOR
406 Cast iron Locomotive Tenderplate “LMS No. 9312 1935” in completely ex-loco condition as removed from the tender attached to ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 No. 45208. Traces of maroon visible under the later paintwork. SOLD FOR
407 Chromed cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Company Ltd. London 2731 / 8141 – 1960 Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. Locomotive Works, England”. Cleaned. As carried by the Class 40DE Loco No. 40111 previously D311. This is one of only 20 Class 40’s built at Darlington. SOLD FOR
408 Double sided painted wooden Carriage Board “Mansfield / Langwith Jct.” Nice early LNER / GCR example with shaded lettering. Fine original condition. 30.75in. long. SOLD FOR
409 Oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built 1959 Darlington”. Devoid of paint and with a nice ex-loco back. 10.75×6.25in. Locos built that year were BR Class 08 0-6-0DE Shunters Nos. D3650 & 51, D3665 – 3671, D3687 – D3727. SOLD FOR
410 “London Midland & Scottish Railway NCC” glazed stoneware Ashtray by the Coalisland Pottery. Referring to the Irish Northern Counties Committee. V.g.c. 4.5in. dia. n/s
411 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “M&GN” and brass plated “Counterdrain M&GNJR 2047”. Complete with “MR Co.” vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. The back catch present but loose. Counterdrain was between Bourne and Spalding closed in 1958. SOLD FOR
412 Great Eastern Railway oak Chair with original Rexine upholstery and incorporating the “GER” initials carved into the back rail. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
413 Engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Railway Foundry Leeds No. 365 1890”. Face polished only 13.25×8.25in. As carried by the Birley East Colliery Loco named “Orient”. Cut up at Brookhouse by Marple & Gillott in 1960. SOLD FOR
414 Cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Condinatul Metalurgic Resita No. 2201 1956”. Absolutely filthy ex-loco condition. A product of the Resita Works, Roumania. 21.5x9in. SOLD FOR
415 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Goathland”. Ex-seat condition 31in. long. From the former NER station now on the North York Moors Railway. SOLD FOR
416 BR(NE) double royal letterpress Poster “Excursion to Morecambe” from Leeds City, Kirkstall, Bradford Forster Square and stations beyond to Morecambe (Promenade). V.g.c. with folds. SOLD FOR
417 “Midland Railway Notice Private Footpath Only. Trespassers will be prosecuted by order” cast iron Notice. Face restored only and uncommon. 21×13.75in. SOLD FOR
418 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Way Out”. A chip to “U” otherwise v.g.c. with fine colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
419 Sykes glass cased Fogman’s Repeater Instrument with original brass plate inscribed “Down Starter”. SOLD FOR
420 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36A” (Doncaster). Restored. SOLD FOR
421 “Syx” brass cased Plunger Instrument with brass description ring “Down Main Commutator”. SOLD FOR
422 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “40565”. Restored. As carried by the LMS Class 2P 4-4-0 built at Derby in 1928, and allocated to Preston in the BR period. It was w/d in Nov. 1959, stored at Rugby and Coventry for lengthy periods followed by cutting up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge in April 1962. n/s
423 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “LMS Built 1895 Horwich”. Restored 10.3x6in. As carried by the LYR 0-6-0 No. 52169. It was w/d from Wigan and cut up at Horwich. SOLD FOR
424 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp (GNR pattern) numbered top and body and bears a brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway Tattershall”. Complete with all fittings & glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
425 Small enamel Sign “LNER passengers should padlock rear wheels of bicycles” with the LNER in an ‘eye’ logo. Enamel losses to all sides but the main area retains very good colour and shine. Well worth restoration. 11.75×8.5in. SOLD FOR
426 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “52B” (Heaton). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
427 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Refreshment Dept” face marked 5 compartment china Condiment Dish by Dunn Bennett & Co. Some restoration but a scarce piece 10in. long. SOLD FOR
428 A two piece glass Station Sign comprising a clear front panel lettered “Oakleigh Park” and a tinted backing panel v.g.c. 22.5in. long. A former GNR East Coast Main Line station. SOLD FOR
429 Diamond shaped cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Co. Ltd. 1958 No. 27682 The General Electric Company Ltd.” Ex-loco condition 14.25x6in. As carried by the BR Class 29 No. D6101. One of only 20 Class 21’s rebuilt as Class 29, this loco rebuilt in Dec. 1965 and w/d Aug. 1971 to be cut up at Glasgow Works in Oct. 1972. SOLD FOR
430 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Pear Tree & Normanton”. A re-touched face chip to the right of ‘N’ plus a small re-touched chip and small notch out of the flange at the right end. A former Midland railway station east of Derby re-named “Peartree” in Oct. 1976. SOLD FOR
431 LNER small silver Tray on three ball feet. A fine beaded edge and very ornate foliate engraving with script “LNER” to the centre. Excellent condition. 7.8in. diam. SOLD FOR
432 “North Stafford Hotel Stoke” silver plated Salt / Mustard Spoon. The title top marked with the Staffordshire Knot device and a rising sun motif. V.g.c. and scarce. The company hotel was opened by the N.S.R. in July 1849, enlarged in 1878 and was sold in 1953. SOLD FOR
433 A china Jug by Lovatt, Langley Mill face lettered “The Property of the Midland Railway Hotels”. V.g.c. 4.5in. tall. n/s
434 A silver plated Tray engraved in the centre “Presented to Mr. H. P. Breckin (Leeds) by Friends & Colleagues as a mark of their esteem on retiring from the L&N.E.Rly Service July 1923”. Excellent condition. 10.5in. diam. SOLD FOR
435 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Ladies Waiting Room”. Small re-touched chips only. Very good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
436 North British Railway General Purpose Handlamp stamped “NBR” and plated “Bulpitt & Sons C&M 1901 Birmingham”. Complete with “NBR” vessel, all fittings and original bevelled edge glasses. Restored. A scarce example. n/s
437 Great Central Railway mahogany short cased Block Repeating Signal Box Instrument with ornate GCR needle stops. Brass plated “Down Line” and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
438 Mersey Railway enamel Carriage Sign “Caution. Before opening this door see that this is the platform side and train is stopped”. Chips to right end only. Fine colour and shine. 27.5in. long. SOLD FOR
439 Aveling & Porter cast brass Horse and “Invicta” Scroll as fitted to the company’s traction engines and steam rollers. Nicely mounted on a shield with stand. SOLD FOR
440 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “South African Railways 2200 GCA”. Face restored only. As carried by the 2-6-2 + 2-6-2 Beyer Garrett built by Krupp (980 of 1927). SOLD FOR
441 “GNR Sleaford” brass plated leather Cash Bag complete with “LNER” brass closing disc. SOLD FOR
442 Cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 4561 Atlas Works 1918”. Cleaned only. As carried by the J37 Class 0-6-0 which became BR No. 64561. It was w/d from Dunfermline in May 1964 and cut up by Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co., Wishaw. SOLD FOR
443 BR(M) small double sided enamel “Gentlemen” Sign on its original wall projecting bracket. One face is v.g.c., the other with some small re-touched chips. Actual enamel measures 18×4.5in. Unusual and with very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
444 London & North Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LNWR Lea Green A5045” and “4431 1885” (date) under the floor. Complete with all fittings and glasses and unpainted. The location is between Rainhill and St. Helens Junction. SOLD FOR
445 BR(WR) double royal letterpress Poster “Holiday Runabout Tickets Cornish Riviera”. Shows four area station groups including St. Ives, Falmouth, Helston, Fowey, Bude, Looe and Padstow etc. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame ready to hang. SOLD FOR
446 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9B” (Stockport Edgeley). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
447 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 60824 Darlington Works 1937”. Cleaned only, the bolt holes enlarged on removal. As carried by the V2 Class 2-6-2 w/d from St. Margaret’s in Nov. 1966 and cut up by Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co., Wishaw. SOLD FOR
448 Webb & Thompson Single Line Staff. The cast brass end inscribed “Willington Blunham 3”. Good ex-service condition. A section of the former LNWR Bedford – Cambridge Line. SOLD FOR
449 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “12B” (Carlisle Upperby). Face restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
450 “Isle of man Railway Company Railway and Road Services Ramsey” pictorial Poster. The blank lower half has three local handbills pasted to it. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame ready to hang. 31.5×11.5in. o/all. n/s