Glorious Trains
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March 2017
Day One Lots 1-566
Day Two Lots 567-1094
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Lots: 951-1000 of 1094
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951

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Britannia' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 70019 'Lightning', VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, slight mildew to Ace wrapping cloths, complete with instructions, lamps and train headboards in bag
Estimate: 500-700

650
952

A Bassett-Lowke by Corgi O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Rebuilt Royal Scot' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 46100 'Royal Scot', production no 136, VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions, lamps and train headboards in bag
Estimate: 400-600

360
953

An ACE Trains O Gauge C/5 Corridor Coach Set 'A', containing 3 coaches in BR red/cream livery, E5029, E13030 and E35260, all VG-E, still with protective film attached to sides, in original box with set of 6 'The Elizabethan' roof boards, box VG
Estimate: 100-150

120
954

An ACE Trains O Gauge C/13 Mark 1 Corridor Coach Set 'B', containing 3 coaches in BR Southern Region green livery, 4375, 15032 and 34156, all VG, some protective film residue to edges, in original box with 'Atlantic Coast Express' running boards attached, box G, some spotting to lid
Estimate: 100-150

210
955

An ACE Trains O Gauge C/2 Corridor Coach Set, containing 5 coaches in LMS crimson livery with printed-on 'Merseyside Express' running boards, nos 4799, 4195 (2), 4183 and 26133, G-VG, 26133 has some rust spots to sides and underframe, 4183 with very slight underframe rusting, all in original box, box G
Estimate: 140-180

140
956

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Castle' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 4079 'Pendennis Castle', VG, slight mildew to loco body, pick-up shoes indicate unused, box VG, complete with GWR route map
Estimate: 500-700

440
957

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'A3' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 60058 'Blair Atholl', VG-E, light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions
Estimate: 500-700

480
958

An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Stanier' Class 4MT 2-6-4T Locomotive, in lined BR black livery as no 42465, VG-E, light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, slight mildew to Ace wrapping cloth
Estimate: 400-600

440
959

A Bassett-Lowke by Corgi O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'N' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR black livery as no 31407, production no 259, VG-E, slight paint loss to front left bogie wheel, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions and bag of indicator discs
Estimate: 300-400

250
960

Three ACE Trains O Gauge Tank Wagon Sets, Set A, 'United Dairies', B 'Nestlé's Milk' and C 'Express Dairy', each containing 3 similar wagons, all E, boxes VG-E (9 wagons in 3 boxes)
Estimate: 150-200

230
961

A Repainted Lima O Gauge 2-rail Continental Bo-Bo Diesel Locomotive and Assorted Freight Wagons, the locomotive representing BR Gas-Turbine no 18100 in BR black livery, together with 6 assorted 4-wheel wagons, including 3 by Lima, 1 by Triang Big-Big, one by Leeds and a kit-built finescale shunter's wagon, mostly F-G, some missing couplings and/or weathered (7)
Estimate: 60-80

110
962

A Wilag Gauge 1 Märklin -style German Bogie Coach, in DR green as no 19411, a 1st/2nd composite with 'Genf-Lausanne' side boards, overall G, all roof vents removed, unboxed
Estimate: 100-150

80
963

A Part-Dismantled Gauge 1 Bub Continental Clockwork Locomotive, in lined green livery, overall G, spring removed and supplied separately, lacks tender (2)
Estimate: 50-80

40
964

Vintage Gauge 1 Rolled Brass 3-rail Track and Wheels the track by Bassett-Lowke or similar, comprising 3 left and one right-hand points, one curved track, various old wheelsets, and a Track-King electronic controller by Codar for train and points control (16v output)
Estimate: 30-50

25
965

A Scratch-built Gauge 1 'Great Northern Hotel' Low-relief Building, in Bassett-Lowke style pink brickwork with 8 original B-L tinprinted advertising signs to front face and nicely made raised 'GN Hotel' lettering, building measures 24" wide to front face x 11" deep, frontage has aperture below large enough for trains to pass through, with flat roof, overall G
Estimate: 30-40

40
966

An Incomplete Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Peckett' 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive by Carette, in lined black with 'G C Co N' motifs to cab sides, body G-VG, some areas possibly retouched, smokebox door lacks retaining nut, mechanism F, not tested, brake latching spring and reversing control rod missing, other small modifications, lacks body fixing screws
Estimate: 150-200

110
967

An Incomplete Bing Gauge 1 Clockwork Caledonian Railway 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender 'Project Box', the locomotive with paint stripped, most of cab reduced to basic components and missing chimney and some other small parts, fitted with 2-speed motor which runs a little fitfully, tender is partially-stripped with left side and rear in CR blue, coal rails missing, overall P-F (2)
Estimate: 150-200

140
968

A Rake of Repainted Gauge 1 Coaching Stock, all rather heavily overpainted in dark brown 'CR' livery, 5 are original 6-wheel 'Clemenson' coaches adapted to 2-axleusing some original parts, another is Märklin , one possibly Carette and one wooden coach, most with Carette-style couplings fitted and replacement (wooden) roofs, all P-F (8)
Estimate: 120-160

100
969

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Composite Non-Corridor Coach, in LNWR 'plum and spilt milk' colours as no 1322, overall G, some retouching to old scratches and roof repainted, 2 buffers missing
Estimate: 60-90

110
970

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Corridor Dining Saloon, in LNWR 'plum and spilt milk' colours as no 13210 with 6-wheel bogies, overall G-VG, one door handle and several buffer components missing, a few small scratches or marks to litho sides, roof appears original but with crazing to paint finish
Estimate: 80-120

320
971

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GWR Corridor 1st Class Coach, in GWR all-over maroon colours as no 132, overall G-VG, one axlebox missing, wheels replaced and are slightly rusty, crazing to varnish on sides, some paint loss to roof
Estimate: 80-120

130
972

A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Tar Tank Wagon, with rectangular tank, in black with grey detailing as no 1909, fitted with cast-iron wheels, overall G, some filliform corrosion to printed areas
Estimate: 60-90

280
973

A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'WH Hull & Son' Open Wagon, 7-plank in green-grey with off-white lettering, wagon no 405 to sides, fitted with slightly rusty cast-iron disc wheels and anti-lock buffers (these probably non-original), otherwise VG
Estimate: 60-90

230
974

A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'City of Birmingham Gas Dept' Open Wagon, 7-plank in brick red with off-white lettering, wagon no 1201 to sides, fitted with cast-iron wheels, one buffer replaced and two detached, three are supplied loose along with Bing-type couplers, otherwise G, one axlebox missing (2 including bag of parts)
Estimate: 60-90

140
975

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Caledonian Railway Open Wagon, 5-plank in brick red with off-white lettering, wagon no 71908 to solebars and ends, fitted with cast-iron wheels, G, slight discolouration to one side and some small chips/scratches
Estimate: 60-90

150
976

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 L&NWR 'Fruit and Milk Traffic' Van, in brown with buff lettering and black details as wagon no 670, fitted with cast-iron wheels, G, all buffers and original couplers missing (Hornby auto-coupler fitted at one end), some discolouration to roof
Estimate: 50-80

210
977

Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 L&NWR Goods Van and 'Camden' Brake Van, both with replaced couplings, buffers and cast iron wheels, both in LNWR grey livery, the van as LNW 1914, sides G, roof scratched, the brake van as LNW 1911, sides rubbed and roof repainted, one footboard partially detached (2)
Estimate: 70-100

180
978

A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Wooden GNR Open Wagon, a 7-plank in GN red-brown as no 687, overall VG, 2 screw-in buffers missing
Estimate: 40-60

65
979

A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Stephenson' 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive Project, Substantially complete but lacking some small parts and mostly devoid of paint, some repairs/filling undertaken to body, wheels repainted in SR green, overall F, mechanism operates but lacks control rods, front handrails missing (but knobs complete, lot includes key and one cast front lamp (3)
Estimate: 300-500

450
980

A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Electric Great Central Railway 'Sir Sam Fay' Locomotive and Tender, the famous 4-6-0 locomotive in GCR green with red-brown lining and frames, for 3-rail operation with an early B-L electric mechanism (although body has keyhole to right side) which is very likely original as B-L supplied this locomotive in this form, overall VG, loco and tender bodies have minor retouching and appear professionally over-sprayed with satin varnish, axle drive gear needs adjustment to mesh, two handrail knobs and loco drawbar are missing, lot includes two Henry Greenly blueprint drawings (to O scale) showing GCR 4-6-0 and a 4-4-0 'Director' class locomotive, F, one torn (3 - loco, tender, roll of drawings)
Estimate: 600-800

820
981

A Rake of Stripped or Part-Stripped Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Bogie Coaches, including a TPO Van, originally LNWR overpainted in LMS colours, partially stripped, two 1322 coaches similarly treated, and a van body completely stripped with its bogies supplied separately, all P, most with repainted roofs, some lack buffers or couplings, others with non-original buffers and couplings (5 inc box of parts)
Estimate: 80-120

65
982

Bing/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Scenic Accessories, including Bing wayside station, four incomplete large signals, mailbag apparatus (lacks track section) and large water tower with ladder detached, varying P-G, damages as noted (qty)
Estimate: 60-90

75
983

Gauge 1 or Larger Streetlamps by Bing and Others, comprising an uncommon Bing oil lamp 8" high overall with sprung gallery, painted blue and black with BW stamp under base, a Bing electric lamp 9" high in green with brown base and (lamp glass broken and part-missing), and a larger 13" high electric lamp by unknown maker (possibly Märklin ) in sage green with gold/brass trimmings and decorative bracket, lacks bulb, overall G, all with some paint loss, damages as noted (3)
Estimate: 60-90

90
984

A Bing Gauge 1 American-style Water Tower, measuring 9" high, with round tank and trestle-type supports in red and grey respectively, with ladder, swivelling nozzle and removable top, G-VG, some small areas of retouching and tank possibly over-varnished
Estimate: 50-80

100
985

A Märklin Gauge 1 Platform Newspaper Barrow, in white with red wheels and blue lining to tray, labelled 'Bücher & Zeitungen', complete with rack of miniature Continental newspapers including 'Le Matin' and 'Die Woche', VG, slight browning to newspapers
Estimate: 60-90

120
986

A Carette 'Any-gauge' 'Clock-tower' Train Indicator, on square brown base with printed clock faces (8 minutes to 2) and 'slot-in' destination boards, G-VG, includes 6 different destinations and 'Next Train To' boards (8)
Estimate: 50-80

55
987

Two Bing 'Any-gauge' Train Indicators, comprising a 4-platform 'dresser' type with movable clock hands and one board 'Glasgow', G, other boards are missing, together with a 'Clock-tower' type with stepped base and 5 'slot-in' destination arms, also G, clock hands are missing and part of pediment missing
Estimate: 60-90

100
988

Two Bing 'Any-gauge' Platform Machines, each approx 6½" high, comprising a ticket machine in red with grey columns to front and sprung slide to issue tickets, G-VG, lacks tickets, together with a similar-styled roller destination display in wood-grain finish with glazed window to front, with an array of mostly LNWR main line destinations on the roller, G (2)
Estimate: 80-120

130
989

Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Engine Shed and Station Building, the single-road engine shed in brick red, 16" long with 7 tinprinted adverts, P-F, lacks roof vents, window glazings, 3 doors and one advert, together with a station building only, without platform, in pink finish with grey roof and 4 adverts attached, P (2)
Estimate: 40-60

35
990

A Dismembered Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'Through Station', dismantled to component parts but appears to be complete with signs and other fittings, F-G, some surface rusting to interior faces, overpainting (grey) to platform canopy, overall a few light scratches and crease to one end of main platform (12 pieces)
Estimate: 150-200

160
991

A Bing Gauge 1 Double-arched Girder Bridge, with 3 angular support piers in brick finish, the girders over-painted in a lighter green, F, one soldered brace detached and slight damage to one rail, ramps missing
Estimate: 30-50

65
992

Gauge 1 Rolling Stock Spares and Other Items, including two Bing coach/wagon bases, driving wheels and rolling stock wheels, two basic coach bogies, B-L track chairs and other fittings in original boxes, two gramophone-type speed governors, two modern railway cap badges and other items, mostly F
Estimate: 40-60

50
993

A Fine Gauge 1 Electric 3-rail Dublin and Blessington Steam Tram, comprising 2-4-2 double-ended locomotive no 9 and double-deck trailer no 6, both in dark green livery, made by the noted modeller Cyril L Fry of Dublin, and with small initials 'CLF' and dates '7-36' at ends, F-G, flaking to black paintwork especially roofs, original LMC 'standard' motor unit shows some fatigue evidence (2)
Estimate: 200-300

340
994

A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork LNWR 'Precursor' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with 2-speed mechanism, in LNWR lined black as no 513, F, original finish largely intact but dull, a little old retouching around dome, front coupling replaced, spring appears ok but governor seized (2)
Estimate: 400-600

440
995

A Repainted Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork SECR 'Wainwright' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with 2-speed mechanism, in SECR lined green as no 516, as repaint G-VG, with a few blemishes under paintwork, both couplings replaced, mech tested ok (2)
Estimate: 300-500

1300
996

A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork LBSCR 'Atlantic' 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with 2-speed mechanism, in LBSCR lined Marsh umber livery as no 11, VG, one tiny retouch to right tank, slight rubbing to legend on left tank, a little corrosion around bunker coal space, front coupling droplink missing, mech tested ok
Estimate: 700-1000

700
997

A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork LNWR 'Queen Mary' 0-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LNWR lined black as no 326, F, , general playwear and minor damages, both buffers and cylinders replaced (in a 'compound' style!), coal loose in tender and one axle cover missing, mech tested ok (2)
Estimate: 150-250

140
998

A Repainted Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork GNR 'Ivatt' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, rather heavily repainted in GNR green with cabside no 10034, as repaint P-F, all buffers are replacements, mech tested ok but wheels need quartering correctly (2)
Estimate: 150-250

190
999

A Modified Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Electric LMS 'Mogul' 2-6-0 and Tender, in LMS maroon as Hughes-Fowler 'Crab' no 13000, original motor replaced with tender-mounted one, with sprung prop shaft drive to loco wheels (partly seized), overall P-F, chimney detached, wheels and motion over-varnished, tender top cut-out to fit and with old packaging marks to varnish both sides (2)
Estimate: 200-300

240
1000

A Märklin Gauge 1 Live Steam LNWR 'Achilles' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in partially-repainted lined LNWR black livery as no 310, with twin slide-valve cylinders, reversing lever to left side, whistle, as restoration G-VG, mostly over-varnished but with some flaking to smokebox and other areas, water gauge blanked off, burner missing, 4 axle-covers missing from tender and one toolbox lid (2)
Estimate: 800-1200

650
 
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