Glorious Trains
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March 2017
Day One Lots 1-566
Day Two Lots 567-1094
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Lots: 801-850 of 1094
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
801

Three Finescale O Gauge GWR Freight Wagon Kits by Parkside Dundas, comprising PS23 13-ton 5-plank open, PS27 12/13-ton open and PS47 20-ton loco coal wagon, all in original boxes with wheels and instructions, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (3)
Estimate: 60-90

60
802

Two Finescale O Gauge GWR Freight Wagon Kits by Seven Models and Wep Models, comprising diagram M2 shunter's truck kit by 'Seven', complete with wheels, and a twin-tank Cordon wagon by 'Wep' without wheels, both in original packets with instructions, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (2)
Estimate: 40-60

50
803

An O Gauge Finescale GWR 65-foot Turntable Kit by Metal Smith Ltd and Two Points, the turntable kit in original packing with instructions, appears complete but not exhaustively checked, together with two finescale right turnouts on fibre sleepers, maker unknown, G-VG (3)
Estimate: 40-60

75
804

A Group of Kit-built Finescale O Gauge Private Owner Wagons, comprising open coal wagons by Slater's or similar in the liveries of Denby Grange, Prince of Wales, Parkend Collieries and Morris & Holloway, together with a Stubbs & Co Salt wagon by Janick models, all G-VG except corrosion to salt wagon roof (5)
Estimate: 70-100

85
805

A Group of Kit-built Finescale O Gauge GWR and MR Wagons, comprising 2 open coal wagons by Cooper Craft as GW loco coal 10-tonners 9315 and 23001, a Blacksmith models GW 21t loco coal no 63054, together with a Midland 'large' Cattle wagon no 23014 by unknown maker, all built and painted to a good standard in 5 shades of grey, G-VG (4)
Estimate: 60-90

60
806

Three Kit-built Finescale O Gauge GWR 20t Loco Coal Wagons by Blacksmith Models, all made and painted to a good standard as nos 33345, 83526 and 110492, all VG, non-original boxes (3)
Estimate: 60-90

80
807

An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Monster' Bogie Van by DJB Engineering, nicely made from an etched brass kit and finished in GW chocolate brown as no 465, VG, roof not fixed and with some marks to paintwork, in original kit box
Estimate: 70-100

210
808

O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR Freight Stock by MetalModels and Parkside Dundas, the MetalModels 'Siphon F' bogie van substantially completed to a good standard, some small parts supplied loose to fit, the Parkside a 12t covered van, also made-up and partly painted, both G, in original kit boxes (2)
Estimate: 60-90

85
809

An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Flying Banana' AEC Parcels Railcar, believed to be from a 'MegaKits' etched brass kit, finished to a good standard in GW brown/cream as no 17 (but without 'Express Parcels' lettering, fitted with Mashima motor, G, some detachment of gold lining strips, and rusting to wheels
Estimate: 100-150

170
810

An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR Outside-framed 'Bulldog' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive Only, painted in GWR green as no 3391 'Dominion of Canada', with Swiss motor & gearbox, part dismantled, F, needs reassembly, lacks tender (3 parts)
Estimate: 70-100

75
811

An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Heavy Freight' 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely finished in weathered GWR green as no 2858, with Mashima motor and Slater's gearbox, inscribed under footplate 'built by MEP, 1993' and 'No 7', overall G-VG, chassis fixing screw missing (so body is loose), small area of paint loss under right side footplate, supplied with 2 cast metal footplate crew (4)
Estimate: 200-300

420
812

Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Non-Corridor Brake/Composite Coaches, from unknown kits or scratch-built, coach nos 6803 and 6809, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, VG (2)
Estimate: 80-120

270
813

Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Coaches, comprising 12-wheel 1st/3rd restaurant car no 9671 and full-third coach no 786, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, but F-G, former with body detached from underframe and other loose parts, the later with one bogie supplied loose, and a number of loose roofboards (2 + loose parts)
Estimate: 80-120

160
814

Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Clerestory Coaches, from Mallard Models kits, comprising 1st/2nd class composites nos 1481 and 1486, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, 1481 VG, 1486 G-VG, one corridor connection detached, some retouching to footboards and slight rusting to wheels (2 + loose corridor)
Estimate: 100-140

250
815

Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Non-Corridor Clerestory Coaches, comprising short 3rd class coach no 3031 and longer 3rd class no 16, both made to a good standard in brown/cream livery, both G, 3031 with grubby roof, some interior fittings loose and one coupling missing, 16 with missing/damaged footboards and other minor damages (2)
Estimate: 70-100

140
816

A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Coach and Rail Cleaner, the coach probably by Cavalier coaches in metal as Brake/1st/3rd composite no 6487 in brown/cream 'shirtbutton' livery, F, mildew to roof, several window glazings loose or missing, one corridor connection attached as kit, together with a 'Centerline Products' (USA) rail cleaning device with 5 spare cleaning rollers in case (2)
Estimate: 70-100

65
817

A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Coach, from a Mallard Models kit, well-finished in Edwardian-period maroon livery as brake/3rd no 3542 with interior detailing, G-VG, some window glazings loose, roof needs re-fixing at centre
Estimate: 70-100

150
818

Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built LMS Non-Corridor Coaches, both full-3rd's, no 5460 in earlier LMS maroon livery and 11374 in later maroon, both finished to a good standard, both G, with some damages, including 11374 having loose glazings and interior fittings and one bogie detached (3 inc bogie)
Estimate: 70-100

180
819

A Finescale O Gauge LMS 1st/3rd Composite 12-wheel Sleeping Car by JBC Models of Sheffield, with body sides in the 'Exley-style', finished in LMS maroon livery as no 2506, G, some spotting to roof and some small scratches to sides
Estimate: 80-120

60
820

A Finescale O Gauge GWR 1st/3rd Composite 12-wheel Restaurant Car by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 9523, VG, slight rusting to wheels
Estimate: 100-140

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821

A Finescale O Gauge GWR brake/3rd Coach by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 4985, VG, slight rusting to wheels
Estimate: 90-120

95
822

A Finescale O Gauge GWR brake/3rd Coach by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 1430, VG, slight rusting to wheels
Estimate: 90-120

110
823

Finescale O Gauge Scratch- and Kit-built GWR Buildings, including a fine kit-built 'Dartmouth' signal box with full interior detail (G, some parts loose), another wood/card signal box, F, missing roof, a wooden station building in dark brown with cream relief, F, detritus to roof, a grey water-crane and a mostly-dismantled water tower, P-F (5 items + parts)
Estimate: 50-80

50
824

A Collection of Kit-built and Commercial Lower-Quadrant (GWR) Signals, including one bracket signal by Bassett-Lowke, 3 double-arm brackets, two three-arm brackets and one four-arm, along with three single post signals and a boxed set of locomotive fire-irons by Masterpiece models, mostly VG, some with minor damage (11)
Estimate: 80-120

260
825

A Finescale O Gauge Layout with Track Point Levers and Turntable, the track apparently built from basic components with fibre sleepers, cast chairs and steel rails, arranged for 2-rail electric operation, with a substantial array of lever-operated points and other features, the majority on blockboard bases, the GWR turntable on a MDF base (with damp damage), overall size of boards varies up to 8' long, 7-8 boards in total with various other supporting walls and the like, overall F, some surface rusting to rails, some damage from dismantling/transit, some parts appear never completed and un-ballasted (qty)
Estimate: 50-80

40
826

A Collection of Wooden and Card Rolling Stock Boxes, various sizes for coaching stock, locos or other items, mostly substantial wooden boxes F-G (qty)
Estimate: 10-20

55
827

An Exley O Gauge 3-car Southern Electric Set, converted for 2-rail operation, with powered motor coach no 3223, matching trailer car 3444 and centre coach 2111, all G-VG, some wear/chips to roof vents, solebars and 'spotting' to motor coach roof, in possibly original box, taped repairs to lid (3)
Estimate: 700-1000

    
828

Two Märklin O Gauge Short Tinplate Wagons-Lits Coaches, in CIWL blue livery, the dining car with interior and two resident ladies, the sleeping car without interior, both G, several small chips to each and crazing to original varnish (2)
Estimate: 250-350

200
829

Two Bassett-Lowke O Gauge LNWR/LMS Dining Saloons, the classic Carette-styled 12-wheel design, one in LNWR brown/ivory colours, the other LMS maroon, both P-F, LNW with some retouching and over varnished, with repainted roof, replacement wheels and buffers, corridor connections added, the LMS version overall faded/scratchy, some corrosion to underside, buffers missing or damaged, one roof vent missing (2)
Estimate: 70-100

65
830

An Exley O Gauge LMS 3rd Class Dining Car, in LMS maroon as no 7080, with sprung axle mountings and hand-painted lettering, with interior detailing, F-G, some scratching to roof and rather dark retouching to body sides
Estimate: 70-100

70
831

An O Gauge 12-wheel LMS 3rd-Class Corridor Coach by Milbro or similar, in LMS maroon as no 1089, with cast-brass 6-wheel bogies and wooden body, with interior partitions, G-VG, one window broken and one buffer beam detached
Estimate: 60-90

90
832

A Pair of O Gauge LMS Corridor Coaches by Milbro or similar, a 1st/3rd composite no 1239, and all-3rd no 2056, both in LMS maroon and with cast-brass 4-wheel bogies and wooden bodies, with interior corridor partitions, both G-VG, (2)
Estimate: 80-120

95
833

Repainted Vintage O Gauge Coaching Stock by Various Makers, including Bing Pullman Saloon in LSWR colours, 2 Bing 4-wheel suburbans and a Hornby No 1 also in LSWR colours, a repainted Hornby Metrpolitan coach, and two much-modified LNWR baggage vans, as repaints G (7)
Estimate: 70-100

80
834

O Gauge Open Wagons and Vans by LMC and Others, including paper-sided 'Manchester Collieries' (2), Cawoods, Coote & Warren, GCR, 3 LMC Bakelite wagons and others possibly by Milbro or similar, mostly P-F with retouching, repainting or minor damages (21)
Estimate: 60-90

130
835

O Gauge Vans Tar Wagons and Others by LMC and Others, including some possibly from kits, with Met Rly van, NE horse box, LBSC cattle, NE and SR brake vans, mostly P-F with retouching, repainting or minor damages (17)
Estimate: 60-90

120
836

O Gauge Wooden Freight Stock by LMC, with lithographed paper sides, comprising GWR 'Toad' brake van and cattle wagon both in dark grey, together with a SR open wagon with renewed black litho's, and a SR covered van in brown, F-G, some minor damages to paper sides (4)
Estimate: 40-60

60
837

An O Gauge 3-rail Converted Bing 2-car Southern Electric set, a pair of Bing saloon coaches, one fitted with a modified motor bogie, the other with Hornby bogies, both altered and repainted in SR green livery, as repaints F-G (2)
Estimate: 70-100

70
838

Bing O Gauge GNR Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 'Apollo' no 504, heavily overpainted, with Carette-type GNR tender, G, together with GNR 776 and tender, both over-varnished, F-G (4)
Estimate: 100-140

90
839

An Early Bing O Gauge Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive in green with maroon wheels as no 776, with 'Belpaire' type firebox, circa 1912, G, slight retouching and Hornby lamps fitted, tender is a total repro in L&SWR green (2)
Estimate: 70-100

70
840

A Bing O Gauge Converted Electric 'George the Fifth' 4-4-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive in LNWR black as no 2663, with replacement 12v DC mechanism by 'RJC', G-VG, some retouching and Hornby bogie wheels fitted, tender is a total repro in lined LNWR black, G, slight damage to coal rail (2)
Estimate: 70-100

80
841

A Repainted Bing O Gauge Clockwork Geared-wind 0-6-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive heavily over-painted in black with crimson footplate, the tender is a total reproduction in gloss black as Southern 701, overall F, mech tested ok, and complete with a key (3)
Estimate: 90-120

65
842

Two Incomplete Bing Continental-Style O Gauge Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotives and One Tender, two largely-similar locomotives with 'Coupe-vent' smokebox, chimneys and cabs, one with original 'GBN' cypher below smokebox, the other with a curious but apparently-original transfer applied with a train image and initials 'E.H.' (possibly a Continental Wholesaler?), one P, one F, both lack coupling rods and other parts, one mech appears jammed, the other with two replacement wheels, together with one matching tender, F, general playwear (3)
Estimate: 60-90

60
843

Early Hornby and Bing O Gauge Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising a Bing-style Hornby 'tinprinted' locomotive in LNWR black as no 2663 'George the Fifth', with non-reversing motor, 'MLd L' to smokebox front and a 'Hornby Series' transfer under the cab, together with a Bing LNWR tender, a Bing LNWR 'King George V' 0-4-0 no 1902 with tender, smokebox door replaced, together with a converted electric 0-4-0T in red as no 1573, body modified/retouched, fitted with modern 12v dc mechanism, overall F (5)
Estimate: 70-100

50
844

Bing O Gauge 4-wheel British Coaching Stock, including four different GWR stock and three Midland/LMS, all different, all F-G, one with repainted roof (7)
Estimate: 40-60

55
845

Bing O Gauge Bogie Continental Coaching Stock, including small 0288 coaches in maroon and green, a larger 0287 brake coach in green, and an uncommon Bub/Bing Packwagen with DR eagle and combined trademarks, all F, with chips and playwear (4)
Estimate: 50-80

55
846

Bing/Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Bogie British Coaching Stock, comprising a Bing LMS brake/3rd coach with opening roof and interior partitions, F, grubby, crazing to varnish and fading to one side, together with two B-L 'shortie' LNER teak coaches no 235, both P-F, one fitted with Hornby bogies (3)
Estimate: 60-90

65
847

Bing O Gauge 4-wheel British Freight Stock, mostly 'long thin' types, including two side tippers, Shell and BP tank wagons, horse transporter, timber wagon, barrel wagon, LNWR brake van and three others, mostly F-G, general playwear and some small parts missing (11)
Estimate: 50-80

55
848

Bing O Gauge Later British Freight Stock, including bogie Milk Traffic wagon, Refrigerator van in original box base with label, grey Milk Traffic 7419, LMS brake van, GW 7-plank and 3 SR open wagons, and one GW 7-plank in wood, mostly F, general playwear, fading and old damage to varnish (9)
Estimate: 60-90

60
849

A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Coarse-Scale Electric M7 class 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive and Coaches, the locomotive with scratchbuilt 3-rail mechanism and DC 'can' motor, made to a fair standard and painted in SR green as no 325, together with two scratchbuilt 4-wheel coaches (one wood, one plastikard), both in SR green livery, overall F-G
Estimate: 100-140

110
850

A Leeds Model Co O Gauge Electric 'Sentinel' Railcar and Trailer Car, the motor car in LNER green/cream as 'Nettle', appearing substantially original but with a little retouching, together with an unpowered and un-named railcar made by Maurice Pilsworth using repro LMC paper sides, both G-VG, trailer missing one buffer (2)
Estimate: 100-140

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