October 2021 Lots 431 – 474

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Lots 431 – 452 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
431 Miniature aluminium Single Line Staff inscribed “Enfield – Kilcock”, “C” configuration. Some service bruising. A section of the former Midland Great Western Railway. sold for
£80
432 Great Northern Railway cast iron Gate Notice. The company initials impressed into the back. Unrestored. sold for
£55
433 GER Signal Lamp Interior plated “Cantley”. Complete and in v.g.c. A location on the Norwich – Lowestoft line. sold for
£85
434 East & West India Dock Company Handbell. A nice early piece in superb original condition hand engraved “E & W. I. D. Co.” complete with clapper. 13in. tall overall. sold for
£540
435 Cast iron Wagon Plate “For repairs advise Lancashire & Yorkshire Waggon Co. Ld. Heywood Lancs.” Restored. 11.5x5in. sold for
£65
436 Railway Exec. quad royal pictorial Poster “Forging Ahead” by Terence Cuneo. One of the artist’s classic images depicting “Britannia” and a blue ‘King’ Class loco side by side departing from Paddington under the Ranelagh Road bridge. Very minor edge nicks and folds. sold for
£820
437 Railway Exec. quad royal pictorial Poster “Track Laying by Night” by Terence Cuneo. A very atmospheric image with a tiny bottom left corner loss and light folds. sold for
£640
438 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Darlington Works 1928” with a brass strip “62723” over the original ground off number “2723” which is still visible. As carried by the D49 Class 4-4-0 “Nottinghamshire” w/d from Hull Dairycoates and cut up at Darlington. Face very lightly polished only. sold for
£1,250
439 Doorplates: BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel “Private” (multi chips); BR(M) “General and Ladies” (painted hardboard); BR “Yard Masters Office” (painted hardboard). (3). sold for
£110
440 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “General Waiting Room”. Very good ex-station condition. sold for
£320
441 British Railways modular plastic cased Block Instrument. Complete and in v.g.c. RS
442 BR Southern 4 aspect Handlamp. Body embossed “BR” and plated “SR”, “G. Polkey Ltd. Manufacturer Birmingham” and “Bat Ball”. Complete with all fittings and ex-service condition. Bat and Ball was a former SE&CR station and is near Sevenoaks. sold for
£190
443 SR / LSWR cast iron Notice “Warning. Stop look and listen before crossing the line”. Nicely face restored. sold for
£85
444 Methley Joint Railway large 3 aspect GNR pattern Handlamp. Brass plate to top “Methley Joint” and to the body “Great Northern Railway Company Lofthouse & Outwood”. Complete and restored. A particularly fine example from this very short GNR, LYR and NER Joint Line where relics are very scarce. sold for
£600
445 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55C” (Farnley Junction). Restored a while ago in North Eastern Region orange paint. sold for
£80
446 Carriage Print “Glen Tanner, near Aboyne, Aberdeenshire” by Lance Cattermole from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. sold for
£50
447 LNER “Colwick” and GNR “Gedling” Signal Lamp Interiors. Complete and v.g.c. (2). sold for
£120
448 Great Eastern Railway octagonal cast iron Bridge Numberplate “556”. From the subway at West India Dock station which was filled in during March 1932. sold for
£85
449 Original Painting by Frank Johnson depicting a scene in Crewe Works Erecting Shop with Pacific No. 46252 “City of Leicester” receiving attention from the fitters. An interesting view painted in 1987 by the artist who’s work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy. He also taught David Hockney at the Bradford College of Art! Oil on canvas and in an oak frame 25.5×21.5in. o/all. sold for
£280
450 Cast aluminium Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Bilsdale” (21.25×5.5in) together with its oval cast brass Builders Plate “Yorkshire Engine Co. Limited Meadow-Hall Works Sheffield No. 2665 1957” (11x6in). Both displayed on a painted wooden panel. sold for
£850
451 BR Western Region cast iron Home Signal Finial for fitting atop tubular steel posts. Clearly embossed “BR-WR” and in v.g.c. Restored. sold for
£65
452 “LMS Carnwath” brass Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. A former Caledonian Railway station north of Carstairs closed in April 1966. sold for
£60
Lots 453 – 474 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
453 North British Railway Station Platform copper Wall Lamp. The cap clearly marked “N.B.R.” and bears a brass makers plate “J. C. Carrick & Co. Wallace St. Glasgow”. Complete with a vessel with burner and glass chimney, original white enamel back panel, all glazing including white roof panels, rear mounting straps and cast finial. A very attractive lamp 31.5in. tall o/all. sold for
£340
454 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key inscribed “Four Crosses – Llanymynech”. A former Cambrian Railway section between Oswestry and Welshpool. sold for
£130
455 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16C” (Kirkby then Mansfield then Derby). Face restored only. sold for
£60
456 Enamel Registration Plate “Cambs County Council Registered No. 354 Locomotive Act 1898”, These plates were usually fitted to steam rollers undertaking road repair work. Chips as per photograph. 10x8in. RS
457 LMS Crossing Gate Lamp embossed on the chimney with the company initials. Complete with vessel and burner, two red bullseye and two clear lenses to the four sides. Gate mounting bracket to the base. RS
458 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate “MGN 349”. Unrestored. From a girder bridge over the B1145 road on the outskirts of Mundesley. sold for
£100
459 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway four tier metal Leaflet Rack in original painted finish with “LYR” lettering to the front upstand. Complete with its metal bottom drawer. 13in. tall x 11in. wide. sold for
£80
460 Full size cast brass replica Southern Railway Locomotive Nameplate “Sir Brian King Arthur Class”. Face painted only. 31in. long. sold for
£270
461 Full size cast brass replica Isle of Wight Locomotive Nameplate “Freshwater”. Face painted only. 37.5in. long. sold for
£210
462 Full size cast brass replica LMS ‘Royal Scot’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “Black Watch”. Face painted only. 35in. long. sold for
£210
463 Full size cast brass replica LMS ‘Patriot’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “Isle of Man”. Face painted only. 33.25in. long. sold for
£200
464 London Transport cast iron Bridge Numberplate “E4” from the Edgware branch. Face restored only. RS
465 Resin Locomotive Builders Plate “British Railways Crewe Built 1961 Power Equipment by Sulzer and Crompton Parkinson Ltd. As carried by the Class 45DE in the number range D20 to D49 & D138 to D150. Restored. sold for
£380
466 Great Northern Piccadilly & Brompton Railway Lamp Lighters Handlamp clearly face marked “GNP & BR”. Complete including wick tube and side lighting aperture. V.g.c. sold for
£260
467 “GCR 307” cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a structure at Rushcliffe, south of Nottingham. Face restored only. sold for
£270
468 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign. Chip to the left flange edge and to the first ‘T’ otherwise v.g.c. with fine colour and shine. sold for
£380
469 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “32B” (Ipswich). Restored both sides. sold for
£85
470 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp. Brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Hayden Kings X”. Top, body and vessel marked LNER. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. RS
471 “GN & GE 33” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a structure between Nocton and Potterhanworth. Face restored only. sold for
£60
472 Eight London & North Western Railway cast iron Signal Box Lever Plates including “Home 1” and “Goods Home”. All in v.g.c. and unrestored. (8). sold for
£40
473 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “61021” as carried by the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 built at Darlington (2001 of 1947) and named “Reitbok”. It was w/d from York June 1967 and cut up by Hughes, Bolckow, North Blyth. The smokebox plate bearing other Class numbers cast in the back has been cleaned otherwise it is ex-loco condition. (See next lot). sold for
£1,450
474 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 61021 Darlington Works 1947” as carried by the B1 “Reitbok”. Face restored and lightly polished only. sold for
£1,450

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