October 2022 Lots 351 – 400

SAT 15th October 2022 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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351 Southern Railway quad royal pictorial Poster “Sunset over Guernsey. Channel Islands Holidays via Southampton or Weymouth (G.W.R.)”. A stunning image by Charles Pears showing a Cross Channel Steamer passing a fully rigged sailing ship. Vertical folds and some minor nibbling to lower right corner. SOLD FOR
352 A Book “Poster to Poster Vol. 7 The Glorious South West” by Richard Furness. 263pp. profusely illustrated and pubd. 2014. Complete with dust wrappers. Arguably one of the best volumes in this excellent series covering the holiday destinations we are all familiar with . V.g.c. SOLD FOR
353 Southern Railway enamel Station Sign “Way Out”. In its original frame with iron suspension straps. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
354 Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railway Signal Box brass Drum Clock, GWR style. Superbly engraved “R&SBR 17” on the case. Working order with key. There were approx. 20 signal boxes on the R&SBR so this is a real rarity. It dates circa 1908 – 1910 when the GWR in effect took over the company. SOLD FOR
355 GWR cast iron “Ground Frame” Plate in v.g.c. 51in. long. SOLD FOR
356 BR(S) Locomotive Headlamp numbered “H700”. Complete with ‘Ashford’ vessel, red aspect lens and an excellent bullseye lens. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
357 Carriage Print “The Atlantic Coast Go By Train” by Langhammer from the 1965 Southern Region Series. Good condition and in its original painted frame. SOLD FOR
358 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “81A” (Old Oak Common). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
359 Original Painting by Peter Annable, Member of the Guild of Railway Artists depicting a Brighton ‘Terrier’ Tank Locomotive No. 32678 at rest. A charming study in watercolour in a glazed frame with slip mount. 15.5x13in. o/all. n/s
360 London Brighton & South Coast Railway brass cased Signal Repeater with semaphore post and arm. Lettered “LB&SCR 1382 On / False / Off”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
361 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Running In Sign “Bournemouth West”. Some re-touching but good colour and shine. From the former LSWR terminus station well known for its S&DJR line trains. 117x36in. single sided. Purchaser to collect from Southampton area. SOLD FOR
362 Great Western Railway Porter’s single aspect Handlamp. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
363 GWR Tyer’s Permissive Signal Box Block Instrument in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
364 Southern Railway cast iron Mooring Numberplate “No 39”. Ex-Southampton Docks. Face restored only. 32.5×10.25in. Rarely offered. SOLD FOR
365 GWR Steam Locomotive Cab Automatic Warning System cast iron Box complete with large bell. Embossed “GWR” and a very good complete example. SOLD FOR
366 Southern Railway Marine Dept. glass Water Carafe face etched with the “Southern Ry” scroll and “SR” house flag. V.g.c. 6.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
367 “Southern Railway” delicate Drinking Glass with pedestal and stem foot. Nicely face etched with the company title on a belted garter. V.g.c. 4in. tall. SOLD FOR
368 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “31583”. BR(S) Eastleigh triangle to back. Face restored only. As carried by the Wainwright ‘C’ Class 0-6-0 shedded at Gillingham, Tonbridge and Stewarts Lane in BR days. It was w/d July 1961 and cut up at Ashford. SOLD FOR
369 London & South Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “LSWR” and brass plated “W. Fielder”. Body is stamped “SWR” and “Lymington Town”. Complete with “LSWR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
370 Railway Executive quad royal pictorial Poster “Forging Ahead” by Terence Cuneo depicting “Britannia” and a blue liveried ‘King’ loco side by side departing from Paddington under the Ranelagh Road Bridge. Bottom edge creasing, a small left edge nick and folds. SOLD FOR
371 “Great Western Railway Hotels” table glass Flower Vase. tapered with heavy bulbous base. Face etched with full company title and twin shields device. V.g.c. 8.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
372 “GWR Hotels” roundel and scroll black leaf china Egg Cup. Tiny chip to foot rim otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
373 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Get A Life Don’t Lose It Track Off” as carried by the Brush Type 5 Co-Co BR Class 60DE Locomotive No. 60080 formerly named “Kinder Scout”. The nameplate measures 26.75×9.6in., is in ex-loco condition and is complete with the DB Cargo certificate. SOLD FOR
374 Cast aluminium Locomotive Badge “Rail Industry Against Trespass & Vandalism” as carried by the BR Brush Type 4 Co-Co Class 47 DE Loco No. 47829 formerly D1964 / 47264 & 47619. The badge is in ex-loco condition measures 12×9.5in. and is complete with the DB Cargo certificate. 47829 was turned out in the unique ‘Police’ livery at the end of its career. SOLD FOR
375 A Rhymney Railway presentation silver plated Teapot of elegant form bearing fine scrollwork and engraved “Presented to Mr. C.E. Smith by R.R. M.I.C. For services rendered 1914”. The M.I.C. referring to Mutual Improvement Class. A very fine piece in superb condition. SOLD FOR
376 Great Western Railway cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “5996”. Face restored and polished only. As carried by the ‘Hall’ Class 4-6-0 “Mytton Hall”, built 1940 and during the BR period shedded at Old Oak Common, Southall, Worcester and Oxley. W/d Aug. 1962 and cut up at Swindon. SOLD FOR
377 “Midland Railway” marked Spring Balance by Salter’s calibrated to 80lbs for weighing parcels only. Brass and steel construction in working order. The face plate is 11in. long. SOLD FOR
378 “Great Western Railway” fully titled cast iron Gate Notice “By 8 Vic. Cap etc”. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
379 Carriage Print “Cockington, near Torquay, Devon” by R. Lander from the Western Region 1954 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
380 South Eastern Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with square front. Top is brass plated “SER Co. No. 2720”. Body is also stamped “SER 2720” and has a large brass plate “Station Supt. Cannon Street”. The aspect drum also bears the matching “SER 2720” stamping. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. A fine lamp indeed, “SER Co.” plated lamps are very scarce. SOLD FOR
381 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “87F” (Llanelly). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
382 Two brass Milk Churn Plates: “W G Corp West Pennard” and “Full R. Holloway Barry Dock”. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
383 “Daggons Road” pressed aluminium Street Sign 36×5.5in. with repair at one end. The station here on the LSWR Bournemouth – Salisbury line only had a concrete running in sign, a poster board heading and two seatback enamels so this is an unusual opportunity to add this name to your collection. SOLD FOR
384 LMS Splitter Lamp with large double hook handle and red and clear bullseye lenses. Brass plated “LMS Railway” and stamped “788D”. Complete, v.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
385 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway cast iron Home Signal Finial in fine unrestored condition. 31.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
386 “GWR No Smoking Allowed By Order” cast iron Notice. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
387 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “89C” (Machynlleth). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
388 Three small cast iron Plates: “GWR Engine Oil”, “GWR Petroleum Oil” and “GWR Cleaning Oil”. All face restored. (3). SOLD FOR
389 “LMS & GWR” rope script Cap Badge in excellent condition. SOLD FOR
390 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “41292”. Cleaned and unrestored. As carried by the 2-6-2T built at Crewe in 1951 and allocated to Stewarts Lane and Exmouth Junction. It was w/d Oct. 1963 and cut up at Eastleigh. SOLD FOR
391 A Painting by the Boston artist Les Perrin depicting a GWR ‘Grange’ Locomotive piloting a ‘King’ Class Loco on a Passenger Train on Hemerdon Bank, Devon. Oil on board and framed. 36.25×25.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
392 Taff Vale Railway small 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “TVR” on the body, aspect drum and original vessel. Brass makers plate “Arthur J. Poole Birmingham”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
393 A silver Vesta Case together with a silver Calling Card Case each with a hinged lid and an engraved “GWR” monogram to the front. Hallmark dated 1911 / 12. Both in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
394 A silver Presentation Casket profusely embossed with pastoral scenes standing on a velvet covered plinth bearing a silver dedication plaque engraved “Presented to the Countess of Morley by the Great Western Railway Company as a memento of the opening of the Yealmpton Railway by her on the 15th. January 1898”. The plate also bears the coat of arms of the GWR and the Countesses cypher and coronet. V.g.c. and very special. SOLD FOR
395 A Collection of Books relating to the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway by Ivo Peters, Alan Hammond and others. All in v.g.c. and complete with dust covers where appropriate. (19). SOLD FOR
396 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Arundel”. A few re-touched chips plus a larger area at the left end. Very good colour and shine. A former LB&SCR Sussex station. SOLD FOR
397 Cast aluminium Diesel Locomotive Radiator Plate “Decauville Paris”. V.g.c. and unrestored. 21.25in. long. SOLD FOR
398 Great Western Railway mahogany drop cased Wall Clock with an original dial bearing the “GWR” roundel. Chain driven fusee movement held within ornately shaped brass plates. “GWR 1156” ivorine tag to the side. V.g.c. Complete with pendulum & key & in working order. SOLD FOR
399 A glazed Southern Railway Notices Cabinet with a pinboard back and two glazed doors secured with a “SR” padlock (regret no key). It originates from the Isle of Wight and one of the four SR notices displayed refers to “Ryde St. Johns Road”. Original condition. 31.25×24.5×2.25in. deep. SOLD FOR
400 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Agincourt” as carried by the BR English Electric Type 4 No. D413 later 50013 built in 1974 and named in April 1978. Withdrawal came in March 1988 from Plymouth Laira followed by cutting up at BR Oak Common in June 1989. the nameplate is face restored only. The edges and back are ex-loco 39×9.8in. SOLD FOR
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