Glorious Trains
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March 2017
Day One Lots 1-566
Day Two Lots 567-1094
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Wednesday 22nd March 2017 10:00-16:00
Thursday 23rd March 2017 Morning of Auction
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Lots: 901-950 of 1094
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901

A Later Bing O Gauge 'Wayside Station', with buff brickwork and festooned with tinprinted advertisements, overall G-VG, lithography excellent, with some scratches to platform base and retouching to canopy supports, one candle-holder missing, the other damaged
Estimate: 70-100

130
902

A Bub O Gauge Continental-style Station Building, on low rectangular platform with cream printed walls and green doors and window shutters, light green platform canopy, graduated red embossed tiled roof with 6 dormers, socket for lamp fitting and a magnificent clock tower, overall G-VG, small areas of paint loss to roof ridges
Estimate: 70-100

70
903

A Mixed Lot of Mostly O Gauge Wagons Hornby Boxes and Other Items, including Märklin MR brake van and Bub open wagon, both G, stripped Bing '999' tender, B-L open wagon body only, both P, a boxed Meccano no 1A clockwork motor with key, VG, a tin of Hornby/Meccano and other winding keys, Hornby O Gauge extension platform fences (8), mostly P-F, empty boxes/lids and other items, mostly P-F, (qty)
Estimate: 50-80

35
904

A Scratch-built O Gauge 3-Rail Electric Great Eastern Railway 2-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with Hornby 20v mechanism, and painted in GER blue livery as no 58, with stove-pipe chimney and condensing pipes, F-G
Estimate: 70-100

70
905

A Scratch-built O Gauge 2-Rail Electric Great Eastern Railway class G15 0-4-0 Tram Locomotive, later classified class Y6 by the LNER, this example finished with teak upper works and GER blue solebars as no 132, nicely made and finished with compensated chassis, G-VG
Estimate: 70-100

100
906

A Scratch or Kit-built O Gauge 2-Rail Electric Andrew Barclay Industrial 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive, finely made in brass and finished in lined black as SD3 'Mayor', with compensated chassis, G, some areas of paint loss to right tank, chimney and other areas
Estimate: 70-100

110
907

An Imp Models O Gauge (Narrow Gauge) 'Beyer Peacock' Industrial 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, from a white-metal freelance kit painted in green and black, for battery operation, F, several small parts detached, drive gears not meshed and wheels need quartering, with original box containing the loose parts and unpainted driver figure (2)
Estimate: 60-90

110
908

A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Coarse-Scale LNER class D13 Body and Tender with Hornby Freight Stock, the loco body and tender painted in light green with no 7777 to tender, no mechanism included but body appears intended to take a clockwork motor, F, together with four Hornby wagons and an LNER container, all F-G (7)
Estimate: 40-60

35
909

Three-Rail/Stud Contact O Gauge Track by Bassett-Lowke and Others, comprising a double-slip and short LH parallel turnout with third rail, together with a right turnout and long LH parallel turnout for stud contact, with close (scale) sleepers and cast chairs, all F-G, some minor damages and parts missing (4)
Estimate: 40-60

20
910

A Quantity of O Gauge 3-rail Track by Various Makers, including B-L brass raised centre rail type, 2 points, 4 straight lengths and 3 curves, together with 10 curves (needs 16 to a circle) and 4 straight sections by Le Rapide or similar, with fine rolled tinplate rails on wood sleepers, F-G (qty)
Estimate: 40-60

20
911

Hornby and Other O Gauge Spare Parts and Meccano Magazines, parts include a No 2 clockwork motor with wheels and coupling rods, corridor connections, assorted wheels, couplings and other parts, 3 bags of vintage Bassett-Lowke and other scale posters, together with a small collection of early 'MM's between December 1923 and March 1938 (approx 10 issues) and 2 other magazines, (qty)
Estimate: 50-70

30
912

Bing O Gauge LMS and GWR 4-wheeled Coaching Stock, comprising 3 LMS 1st/3rd composite coaches and 2 passenger brakes, 3 GWR composites and 3 brakes, each approx 5" long, overall G, one lMs has repainted roof, 2 others with a little rusting, 2 droplinks missing (11)
Estimate: 70-100

90
913

A Bing O Gauge Live Steam 'Power' Locomotive and Tender, in green as no 3410 with brass boiler and matching lined green tender, oscillating cylinder in cab with gear drive, overall G, with safety valve but missing burner and coupling to tender (2)
Estimate: 50-70

170
914

A Bing O Gauge Clockwork Tank Locomotive Spare Tender and Leeds NER Coach, comprising a 'North London'-style tank locomotive in LNER green as no 504, F, mech tested ok but missing all buffers and chimney, some damage to original varnish, a loose 4-wheel green tender, F-G, and a wooden paper sided LMC brake/luggage van in NER lined red livery, P, roof loose, damage to both ends, buffers missing (3)
Estimate: 50-70

55
915

Bing O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising a red Explosives van no 163581, F-G, some damage to varnish at ends, together with a red Shell tank wagon with detailed solebars, G-VG (2)
Estimate: 60-80

100
916

Bing O Gauge Freight Stock, including 2 early GNR 5-plank wagons in brick red, and later 7-plank open in NE grey with no 75923 to solebar, and 5-plank GWR 1927 and LMS 1924, both in grey with black/white detailing, overall G, NE has some bubble-wrap damage to varnish, one GN with crease to one side and buffer missing, four have cast replacement wheels (5)
Estimate: 50-70

50
917

Bing and Other O Gauge Freight Stock, including 2 Shell tank wagons, side-tipper, milk traffic van, set of 4 barrels for barrel wagon, carriage truck and others by Bub, mostly F, together with a small Bing turntable, P (qty)
Estimate: 60-80

85
918

A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Electric Stanier 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender, substantially weighted and finished in lined LMS black as no 2981, with Fowler-type coal-rail tender, F-G, cab roof detached and lacks electrical pick-up, some deterioration to coal in tender (2)
Estimate: 200-300

400
919

An O Gauge Electric Midland Railway 'Compound' Locomotive and Tender, possibly based on a Bassett-Lowke body but substantially modified and with scratch-built tender, nicely finished in MR Crimson as no 1038, VG (2)
Estimate: 120-160

160
920

A Group of 'Budget-Price' O Gauge Trains by Chad Valley and Others, including C-V BR blue 4-4-0 no 10138, G, mech tested ok, lacks tender, a SR green 0-4-0 no 3402 and tender, G, mech ok, C-V wooden buffers, , a Brimtoy signal and two red/cream coach bodies, and a Mettoy c/w mech, all P-F (7)
Estimate: 30-50

25
921

A Large Box of Hornby and other O Gauge Stations Bridges and Scenic Accoutrements, including Hornby station with opening doors (roof repainted), 'Wembley' island platform, level crossings and turntables, a Bing girder bridge with ramps and signals, a wooden signal box and home-made metal footbridge, Lionel 'Railroad Crossing' sign and other items, mostly P-F (qty)
Estimate: 50-70

40
922

A Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Electric 238E Locomotive and Tender, a 4-4-2 with cast streamlined body for Pennsylvania RR with pressed plate bogie tender, both appear repainted in silver-blue, loco bogies replaced, tender with crudely-added outside pickup shoes, P-F (2)
Estimate: 30-50

40
923

A Lionel O Gauge no 753 Articulated Coach Body Only, forming a part of an M10000 diesel articulated set, body only in original box, without bogies, body sides and base G-VG, legend bright and clear, roof detached and with paint loss, box F (2 parts in original box)
Estimate: 20-40

10
924

A Stronlite O Gauge Electric Southern Railway Train, with 3-rail 0-4-0T locomotive in SR black as no 104 and two SR green bogie coaches, P-F, loco paintwork flaky and legend rubbed (3)
Estimate: 60-90

70
925

Märklin O Gauge LNWR Carriage Restoration Projects, comprising 2 baggage vans no 1436 and one coach no 1153, all P, bogies possibly non-original (one is home-made), roofs detached, but couplings and buffers complete, rusty and grubby (3 + 3 roofs)
Estimate: 30-50

40
926

Bassett-Lowke and Bing O Gauge Locomotive Bodies and Projects, including a largely-dismembered B-L live steam 'Enterprise' 4-4-0 locomotive, a B-L 0-6-0T body in black no 5374, 'Duke of York' body in red no 1927, and a Bing LNER green 'George the Fifth' loco body and tender, all P, all with various parts missing, playwear and corrosion (5)
Estimate: 50-70

140
927

A Fine and Early (pre-1908) Bing O Gauge German CIWL 'Schlafwagen', in printed brown wood finish with gold-lacquered lining and grey roof, painted lime-green interior, fitted with early buffers and couplings, G, three door handles damaged, one wheelset replaced, slight damage to interior seating, one drop-link missing, slight playwear
Estimate: 60-80

70
928

A Slightly Later (post-1908) Bing O Gauge German CIWL 'Schlafwagen', in printed red wood finish with orange panels, green lining and grey roof, printed green 'wood-grain' interior, fitted with early buffers and slightly later couplings, F-G, one door handle damaged, one drop-link missing, some small areas of corrosion to roof, body and one door
Estimate: 50-70

70
929

A Pair of Post-WW1 Bing O Gauge German Bogie Coaches, comprising a coach and baggage car, both in printed red with orange panels without lettering, green lining and light grey roofs, plain grey interiors, both G, coach has one chair back broken and both have replacement (Kraus) couplings, one wheelset replaced in baggage car (2)
Estimate: 70-100

130
930

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, 1st/3rd composite no 6663, in GW brown/cream livery, G, a little retouching and some small chips/rubs, both coupling links missing, roof appears repainted in matt black
Estimate: 100-150

70
931

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, All-3rd coach no 6638, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few small blemishes and minor chips/rubs, one coupling link missing, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky
Estimate: 100-150

80
932

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Brake-3rd coach no 5563, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few small blemishes and minor chips/rubs, polish marks to one end, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky
Estimate: 100-150

90
933

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Restaurant Car no 5655, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, one coupling link missing, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky
Estimate: 100-150

160
934

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Luggage Van no 222, in GW brown/cream livery with 'Plymouth and Paddington Ocean Express' roofboards, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky
Estimate: 100-150

120
935

An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Ocean Mails Luggage Van no 243, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky
Estimate: 100-150

170
936

An Exley O Gauge K6-Series GWR Coach, All 3rd coach no 8855, in GW brown/cream livery, VG, some very minor chips/rubs, roof showing some mild corrosion
Estimate: 100-150

130
937

An Exley O Gauge K6-Series GWR Coach, 3rd class Sleeping car no 5990 with later-style bogies, in GW brown/cream livery, VG, some very minor chips, roof showing some mild corrosion
Estimate: 100-150

110
938

A Scratch-built O Gauge SECR Brake/Composite Coach, painted in SECR maroon livery with 1st/2nd/3rd class and brake compartments, as coach no 95, 'birdcage' lookout to guard's section, G, some footboards slightly loose
Estimate: 30-50

30
939

A Bing German Newspaper Kiosk Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, in white with green roof and German inscriptions 'Zeitungen', dummy lamps to each side and working light to inside (possibly an addition), later BW embossed to base, overall G, paint loss to areas of base, roof and serving counters
Estimate: 80-120

160
940

Two Bing British Train Indicator Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, comprising a 'Clock-tower' type indicator with three destination boards, and a large 'dresser' type with two drawers and set of 8 destination boards, all F, some parts slightly bent or corroded (2 + boards)
Estimate: 60-90

65
941

Two Bing Continental Train Indicator Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, each with four hinged destination boards, one to German stations, the other an uncommon version with Dutch stations, both F, all eight 'pull-handles' missing, one arm (Den Haag) with pull bracket broken (2)
Estimate: 60-90

60
942

A Bing British Train Indicator Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, an earlier example with 'slide-in' destination boards for 'Brighton', 'Leeds', 'Liverpool', 'Suburban Train' and 'Up Main Line Train', F-G, together with a level crossing sign by unknown maker (7 including destination plates)
Estimate: 50-80

45
943

A Märklin British Train Indicator Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, pedestal-type with sliding destination boards 'Bradford/Brighton' and 'Dover/London', legend 'Train from…. Minutes late' to each side of box, corrugated brown roof with detachable flags 'Entrance' and 'Way-Out', VG (3 inc small flags)
Estimate: 70-100

140
944

A Bing German Ticket Dispenser and Roller-Type Timetable Display Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, the ticket rack headed 'Fahrkarten' with pigeon-holes for six different Continental tickets, G, general playwear, lacks tickets, together with a woodgrain-finished roller-display unit, P-F, lacks destination roll, generally playworn and slightly corroded (2)
Estimate: 70-100

70
945

An Uncommon Rivarossi/AHM Kit-built O Gauge 2-rail Illinois Central 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely made and finished in ICRR black as no 382 with bogie tender, VG-E (2)
Estimate: 200-300

    
946

A Collection of O Gauge Track Accessories by Hornby and Others, including 3 Hornby level crossings (1 boxed), Hornby water tower and footbridge with 2 corner plates missing, 4 Mettoy girder bridges (one electric), two Hornby and two Bing viaduct ramps only, viaducts not included, and a Russian dockside crane toy with clockwork mechanism missing, mostly F-G, (qty)
Estimate: 30-50

22
947

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'A4' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR blue livery as no 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, very small crease to front left side of tender, box G-VG, one corner split, complete with instructions
Estimate: 500-700

550
948

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'West Country' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 34001 'Exeter', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, very small dint to right side of boiler casing (from inside), box VG, complete with 'Atlantic Coast Express' headboard and code discs in bag
Estimate: 500-700

700
949

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 30925 'Cheltenham', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, small mark to left side smoke deflector, Ace plaque to rear of tender slightly loose, box VG, complete with instructions
Estimate: 500-700

460
950

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Duchess' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 46232 'Duchess of Montrose' with double chimney, VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions and two train headboards in bag
Estimate: 500-700

920
 
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