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Postal Auction Catalogue, Closing Date: Tuesday, 12th March 2019
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Lot 581 Signal Box Shelf and Instrument Plates: BR Ivorine type signalbox instrument description plates "Main to Abbotts Ripton". 5" x ¾". Ex box condition. Plus similar "Potten No.1", "Sandy No.2", "Up Goods No.2 Bell to Harringay West Up Goods". (4) - Sold for £210 to bidder number 864.
Lot 582 Signal Box Shelf and Instrument Plates: BR Ivorine type signalbox instrument description plate "Up Train Ready For Channelsea Curve". 4½" x ¾". Ex box condition. Plus similar "Up Train Ready For Channelsea Sdgs Nos.1,2,3". (2) - Sold for £210 to bidder number 911.
Lot 583 Signal Box Shelf and Instrument Plates: SIGNALBOX INSTRUMENT BRASS DESCRIPTION PLATE with engraved lettering "Fletton Road". 4" x ¾", lettering rubbed away, wax infill to lettering mostly missing. £10
Lot 584 Office and General Equipment: CARRIAGE KEY. Ornate T shaped design with two whistles integrated into the T bar. No company markings. Plus later chrome type carriage key and small clock winding key. (3) £10
Lot 585 Medals: STOCKTON ON TEES CORPORATION commemorative medal for the railway centenary in 1925. Front shows A3 and Locomotion, reverse shows George Stephenson. Possibly pewter. - Sold for £35 to bidder number 2746.
Lot 586 Medals: BR (W) Staff Association Festival of Music & Drama medal awarded in 1958. 1½" diameter with details on front and mythological figure on reverse. £10
Lot 587 Medals: GEORGE STEPHENSON commemorative medal for his centenary on June 9th 1881. Pewter 1¼" diameter surrounded by 8 pointed brass design. Front of medal shows Locomotion, rear shows profile of Stephenson. £50
Lot 588 Medals: HUSSET'S SPECIAL MESSAGE POST (New York) brass token with illustration of 0-4-0 loco on front and horse and rider on rear. ¾" diameter, good condition. £10
Lot 589 Medals: LCC pewter medal issued to commemorate the opening of Kingsway and Aldwych by the king and queen on 18th October 1905. Front shows embossed profile view of king and queen with LCC logo on rear. 1¼" diameter. - Sold for £14 to bidder number 1143.
Lot 590 Medals: LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY pewter medal for the opening of railway in 1830. Front shows head on view of Sankey Canal and Viaduct. Rear shows entrance to Liverpool station and tunnels. Published by T. Woolfield, Bazaar, Liverpool. 2" diameter. A little marked. £10
Lot 591 Medals: LMS bronze commemorative medal issued for service during the national emergency of May 1926 (general strike). 2" diameter, the front showing embossed image of Britannia, rear showing figure and locos. £10
Lot 592 Medals: LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY commemorative medal for the opening of the railway on September 15th 1830. White metal type with embossed view of Sankey Viaduct and Liverpool station and tunnels. - Sold for £120 to bidder number 3752.
Lot 593 Medals: Pewter medallion commemorating the opening of the NORTH CORNWALL RAILWAY in August 1893. Approx 1½" diameter showing coat of arms on front and station sign for Camelford, Boscastle and Tintagel on rear. £10
Lot 594 Medals: GCR pewter medal for the opening of Nottingham Central station in 1900. Front shows head on view of loco and coat of arms of the city. Rear extols the virtues of Queen Victoria, after whom the station was eventually named. 2" diameter, minor wear. - Sold for £50 to bidder number 979.
Lot 595 Medals: COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL showing Locomotion on front and the Bulmer Stone on rear. 1¼" diameter, possibly nickel. Plus similar in brass. (2) - Sold for £55 to bidder number 2746.
Lot 596 Medals: WALSALL CORPORATION (probably) commemorative medal for unveiling of a statue to Sister Dora "The Friend of the Suffering" in 1886. Front shows embossed profile view with title on rear. 1½" diameter, possibly pewter. £15
Lot 597 Medals: White metal medallion commemorating the cutting of the first sod of the SOLWAY JUNCTION RAILWAY at Annan in March 1865. Approx 1½" diameter showing coat of arms on front and inscription on rear. £50
Lot 598 Medals: Grey metal COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL produced for the opening of the Thames Tunnel in 1842. Front shows illustration of the twin tunnels, rear shows embossed profile of Isambard Marc Brunel. 1" diameter. £10
Lot 599 Tickets: A quantity of BR and LNER travel and platform tickets. - Sold for £95 to bidder number 701.
Lot 600 Tickets: BR(M) Cromford and High Peak Line "Train Staff Ticket" for use from Hopton Top to Longcliffe. Pink coloured paper, annotated, unused. - Sold for £16 to bidder number 4732.