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Auction Description for Dreweatts: Fine Model Steam Locomotives and Other Collectables
Viewing Notes:
14th September 9am to 12.30pm. 16th September 9am to 6pm. Day of Sale from 8.30am.
Sale Notes:
www.invaluable.com/dreweatts1759

Fine Model Steam Locomotives and Other Collectables

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


185 lots | 169 with images

September 17, 2013

Live Auction

Donnington Priory

Donnington

Newbury, RG14 2JE United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1635 553553

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

Email: donnington@dnfa.com

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A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge Romulus 0-6-0

Lot 1: A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge Romulus 0-6-0

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Description: A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge Romulus 0-6-0 narrow gauge locomotive, 'James', built by TMA Engineering to the design by Roger Marsh, the steel boiler with fittings including water gauge, shut-off cock, pressure gauge, safety, blower, injector, steam and hand brake, whistle, clack, pump and blow down valve, the chassis detail including twin outside cylinders with Walschaerts valve gear, machined motion, footplate controlled drain cocks and associated pipework, mechanical and displacement lubricators, eccentric driven feed pump and by-pass, and hand-operated brake gear, finished in red livery with polished bright work.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity No.7N5. Certificate of Hydraulic Test No. SQ 700030 Test Pressure 135 psi. Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 30th May 2011. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700033 Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 6th August 2010. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading and Mr John Dabson, appointed boiler testers for the society. Please note: Romulus "James". This locomotive has two injectors fitted. No steam brake. The brake valve is for a vaccum brake for train braking. The Tender is also fitted with vaccum brakes. No pump fitted. Modified Hackworth Valve gear is fitted no Walschaerts as quoted. The locomotive has a ratchet driven lubricator and no displacement lubricator. No eccentric driven feed pump.

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A well engineered model of a 7 ¼ inch gauge London

Lot 2: A well engineered model of a 7 ¼ inch gauge London

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Description: A well engineered model of a 7 ¼ inch gauge London and North Eastern Railway Class B1 4-6-0 tender locomotive 'Bushbuck', 1017, built by Mr J. Stubbs, to the design by Martin Evans, the brazed super-heated copper boiler with fittings including water and pressure gauges, safety valve, blower, injector, steam brakes, whistle, and clack, the chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaerts valve gear and fluted motion, cab-controlled drain cocks and pipes, cylinder head pressure relief valve, hydrostatic lubricator, eccentric driven feed pump and by-pass, injector, cab-controlled opening ash pan doors, reversing screw with cut-off graduation, lever-operated firebox doors with draught shutter, dummy sanding gear, lubricator boxes, and fire box wash out plugs, the tender details including working leaf springs, brake gear, water cocks, hand-operated feed pump, steps, hand and lamp irons, finished in lined green livery, 244cm long, the cab 36cm wide.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity No. 7N7. Certificate of Hydraulic Test No. SQ 700024 Test Pressure 135 psi. Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 18th June 2011. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700084 Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 18th June 2011. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading, Mr John Dabson and Mr Don Ketley, appointed boiler testers for the society. Please note: Class B.1 "Bushbuck"This locomotive has two injectors fitted. No steam brake. Vaccum brake piped through the tender for train braking. No hydrostatic lubricator fitted. The locomotive has a mechanical lubricator. No eccentirc feed pump. No ash pan door controls but with lever operated drain clocks and no tender hand feed pump fitted

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An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of a

Lot 3: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of a

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Description: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of a Great Northern Railway Stirling 'Single' 4-2-2 tender locomotive, 7, built by the late Mr John Adams of Poole, the model fitted with a brazed and riveted copper boiler with high quality fittings including faux lever type safety valve and twin working safety valves, scale back head with stays, and hinged and tilting fire door, the fine cab detail with simulated wooden plank floor, the fittings including twin sight water gauges, pressure gauge, push-pull twin-handled transverse regulator with slotted link and butterfly nut,lever-operated cylinder drain-cocks and lever and quadrant-operated reverse gear, safety, blower, injectors, steam brake valves, whistle, clack, blow-down and other valves, the chassis details including twin outside cylinders with inside valve chests controlled through Stephenson link motion, weight shaft and reach rod, mechanical lubricator, two injectors, steam-operated brake gear, whistle, single cylinder oscillating lubricator pump, wood fletched beams on locomotive and tender, and correct coil springing on the driving wheels, the tender details including G.N.R. style axle box covers, water flow and hand brake columns, detailed leaf springs and single acting hand-feed pump, hand-operated brake gear, water cocks, rivet detail, steps, hand and lamp irons, finished in lined green livery and bearing the G.N.R. Doncaster works plate No.5 of 1873, with polished bright-work, 207cm long, the cab 27cm wide.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity 7N1. Certificate of Hydraulic Test No. SQ 700039 Test Pressure 120 psi. Working Pressure 80 psi, expires 28th April 2014. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700056 Working Pressure 90 psi, expires 29th October 2009. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading , Mr Don Ketley and Mr John Dabson appointed boiler testers for the society..Provenance: Commissioned and purchased directly from the late John Adams. Builder's Plaque 'J.F. Adams 1986 Poole'. Please note: Stirling single. Single safety valve fitted. Vaccum brakes with no steam brakes fitted

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An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

Lot 4: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

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Description: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of London, Midland and Scottish Railway Class 5 4-6-0 tender locomotive 'The Glasgow Highlander', 5157, built by the late Mr John Adams of Poole, fitted with a fully brazed and riveted super-heated copper boiler and fittings including twin safety valves, pressure and water gauges, swivelling regulator with stops, brake vacuum control / working steam brake control, twin injectors and whistle, the cab detail including planked flooring,driver's seat, screw reverse gear, cylinder drain-cocks, injector water valves, scale size pressure gauges and hinged folding cab doors, the chassis fittings including detailed sanding gear, twin outside cylinders with cab-controlled drain-cocks, automatic relief valves, Stephenson's outside valve gear, finely fluted motion, lamp brackets and vacuum hoses, the tender fittings including hand-brake, water control column, hinged coal door, lamp holders and lifting eyes, single-acting longitudinal hand feed pump, lamp brackets and vacuum hose, finished in lined black livery, 217cm long, the cab 29cm wide.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity No. 7N6. Hydraulic Test Certificate No. SQ 700023 Test pressure 135 psi. Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 6th July 2011, recorded on certificate of steam test but original hydraulic test certificate not present. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700033 Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 24th June 2011. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading and Mr Don Ketley, appointed boiler testers for the society.Provenance: Commissioned and purchased directly from the late Mr John Adams. Builder's Plaque 'J.F. & G. Adams 1979 Poole'. Please note: L. M. S. Class 5. The locomotive has Walscheart's valve gear fitted. The locomotive is fitted with a standard regulator with usual black head operation to a slide valve situated under the dome. It has vaccum brakes for train operation. Not steam brakes. One injector. Mechanical eccentric feed pump, plus a tender hand pump

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An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

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Description: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of London and North Eastern Railway Class A3 4-6-2 tender locomotive 'Windsor Lad', 2500, built by the late Mr John Adams of Poole, fitted with a fully brazed and riveted super-heated copper boiler incorporating a combustion chamber with four Galloway type inclined water tubes and all normal fittings including pressure and water gauges, double handled push-pull regulator, blow and blow-down valves, injector, safety and whistle valves, scale cab fittings including vertically mounted reverse handle with working brass cut-off indicator,brake injector and ejector valves, drain cock and ash-pan levers, the chassis fittings including three-cylinder configuration with outside valves controlled through Walschaerts valve gear and the inside by Gresley's conjugated valve gear, also including finely fluted motion, twin working injectors, cylinder drain cocks and end-cover relief valves, cast leaf springs and all external wash-out plugs and doors, running board mounted lubricator pumps, sanding boxes and piped axle-lubricating boxes, lamp brackets and vacuum pipe, oval brass works plate 'Doncaster No 1790-1934', the tender detail including twin water cocks, working hand-brake and water valves, hand feed pump, all lamp brackets, hand irons and vacuum connections, finely detailed axle boxes with cast leaf springs and full brake gear, finished in lined green livery with polished bright work, 276cm long, the cab 32cm wide.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity No. 7N8. Certificate of Hydraulic Test No. SQ 700025 Test Pressure 135 psi. Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 13th August 2011. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700033 Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 13th October 2008. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading and Mr John Dabson, appointed boiler testers for the society.Provenance: Commissioned and purchased directly from the late Mr John Adams. Please note: Class A3 "Windsor Lad" Two injectors fitted and a tender hand pump

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An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

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Description: An exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of London and North Eastern Railway Class A3 4-6-2 tender locomotive 'Flying Scotsman', 4472, built by the late Mr John Adams of Poole, with a fully brazed and riveted super-heated copper boiler incorporating a combustion chamber with four Galloway type inclined water tubes and all normal fittings including pressure and water gauges, regulator, blow and blow-down valves, injector, safety and whistle valves, fine scale cab fittings including vertically mounted reverse handle with working brass cut-off indicator, brake injector and ejector valves,drain cock and ash-pan levers, the chassis fittings including three-cylinder configuration with outside valves controlled through Walschaerts valve gear and the inside by Gresley's conjugated valve gear, also including finely fluted motion, twin working injectors, cylinder drain cocks and end-cover relief valves, leaf springs and all external wash-out plugs and doors, running board mounted lubricator pumps, sanding boxes and piped axle lubricating boxes, lamp brackets and vacuum pipe, oval brass work's plate 'London & North Eastern Railway Co. No. 1573 Doncaster 1923', the tender detail including twin water cocks, working hand-brake and water valves, hand feed pump, all lamp brackets, hand irons and vacuum connections, finely detailed axle boxes with leaf springs and full brake gear, finished in lined green livery with polished bright work, 278cm long, the cab 29cm wide.Boiler History: The 7 ¼" Gauge Society Ltd. Boiler Tests Records. Club Member 480. Boiler Identity No. 7N2. Certificate of Hydraulic Test No. SQ 700038 Test Pressure 135 psi. Working Pressure 90 psi, valid until 14th May 2014. Steam Test Certificate No. ST 700079 Working Pressure 90 psi, expired 26th September 2011. Issued and signed by Mr Brian Reading and Mr Don Ketley, appointed boiler testers for the society. Re-boilered with Swindon boiler by Mr John Dabson.Provenance: Commissioned and purchased directly from the late Mr John Adams. Please note: Class A3 "Flying Scotsman". Two injectors and a tender feed pump

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A fine exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

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Description: A fine exhibition standard 7 ¼ inch gauge model of London, Midland and Scottish Railway Coronation Class 7P 4-6-2 tender locomotive 'Duchess of Abercorn', 6234, built by the late Mr John Adams of Poole, with a brazed copper super-heated boiler with all normal fittings including quadruple safety valves, swivelling regulator, blower, whistle, brake, injector and blow-down valves, incorporating full external detailing, fine cab fittings include geared reverse gear with indicator and locking lever, hand lever-operated sliding firebox doors, operational drain-cocks and ejector levers, pressure gauges,twin water sight gauges, and wooden planked floor with scale checker-plate, the chassis with twin outside cylinders fitted with Walschaerts valve gear and two inside cylinders, scale twin ratchet lubricators, brass lubrication boxes, drain-cocks, sanding gear, working steam brakes, cast leaf springs and beautifully finished wheels, fluted motion, exceptional external detailing including wash out plugs and doors, lamp brackets, name-board brackets and vacuum connectors (locomotive not fitted with smoke deflector plates), the tender details including 4000 gallon Type II plaque, hand-brake, water pick-up controls and scoop, water valves, steam-driven mechanical coal pusher with cylinder guides, exhaust condenser with condensate return to tender water space, lifting eyes and hand feed pump, finished in lined maroon livery, 290cm long, the cab 35.5cm wide.Boiler History: None available.Provenance: Originally from the collection of the late Edwin C. Jamison Jr, Beaulieu Auction 17th May 2003. Please note: L. M. S. Duchess. Two injectors fitted. No condensers fitted.

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A fine rake of four 7 ¼ inch gauge Great Northern

Lot 8: A fine rake of four 7 ¼ inch gauge Great Northern

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Description: A fine rake of four 7 ¼ inch gauge Great Northern Railway six-wheeled simulated teak coaches by the late John Adams and Mrs R.G. Adams, with simulated leaf springs on metal under-frames and working coil springs providing active suspension, the fully upholstered interiors with luggage racks and framed prints of early railway scenes, the widows glazed and the doors fixed, the roofs removable foe interior access, the bodies with a wood-grained finish and white canvas covered roofs, three of them fully-lettered and numbered in gold, red, black and white.Provenance: Originally from the collection of the late Edwin C. Jamison Jr, Beaulieu Auction 17th May 2003.

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A 2 1/2 inch gauge model of Southern Railway King

Lot 9: A 2 1/2 inch gauge model of Southern Railway King

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Description: A 2 1/2 inch gauge model of Southern Railway King Arthur Class 4-6-0 tender locomotive 'Sir Valence', 767, the boiler with fittings including sight-glass, pressure gauge, regulator, valves, safety, clack and injector, the chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaerts valve gear, whistle, fitted steam brakes, and lubricator, the locomotive with an associated 2 inch gauge Southern Railway tender with fitted brakes, water storage tank and hand operated feed pump, finished in lined green livery, with fitted steps, hand rails and smoke deflectors, 84cm long, the cab 12cm wide; together with a length of display track.Boiler history: None available.

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A part built 3 1/2 inch gauge model of a London

Lot 10: A part built 3 1/2 inch gauge model of a London

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Description: A part built 3 1/2 inch gauge model of a London Midland & Scottish Railway 'Princess Royal' 4-6-2 tender locomotive, built by the late Mr Jones of Cheltenham to the H.P. Jackson drawings, approximately 50% completed, the rolling chassis fitted with eccentric driven water pump and cylinders but no pistons, the six wheel tender with hand feed pump, no boiler materials, 146cm long, the cab 17cm wide.Note: Prospective purchasers of part-built locomotives are urged to view lots in person prior to the sale to ascertain the presence, completeness and condition of component parts.

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A well engineered part-built model of a 3 1/2 inch

Lot 11: A well engineered part-built model of a 3 1/2 inch

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Description: A well engineered part-built model of a 3 1/2 inch gauge Union Pacific 'Big Boy' 4-8-8-4 single expansion articulated tender locomotive, 4026, with 25,000 gallon tender, it's construction commenced in 1949 by the late Mr Jones of Cheltenham and reaching it's present state of build in 1982 when Mr Jones passed away, now approximately 70% completed, the rolling chassis mainly finished, with boiler materials (no boiler work carried out), fitted cow catcher, smoke box door, lights, bell, Mumford donkey pump and many other additional items, the tender almost completed except for centipede corkscrew coal feed, in all over 3000 hours of recorded work carried out, 295cm long, 25cm wide.Note: In view of the highly complex design of this locomotive prospective bidders are urged to view this lot in person prior to the sale.

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An exhibition quality 3 1/2 inch gauge model of

Lot 12: An exhibition quality 3 1/2 inch gauge model of

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Description: An exhibition quality 3 1/2 inch gauge model of Great Western Railway Saint Class 4-6-0 tender locomotive 'Saint Vincent', 2930, built by Mr P.R. Cottrell of Chester in 2009-2010, the copper boiler with fittings including sight-glass, drain cock, steam regulator, pressure gauge, reverse control, vacuum brake control, valves, cab-controlled cylinder draincocks, lever-operated firebox doors and planked flooring, the chassis with twin outside cylinders and Stephenson's reverse gear, ratchet lubricator system, two injectors, fluted motion, detailed rivet-work, fitted handrails, steps, lamp irons and lamp, the six-wheel tender with water tank, hand-operated feed pump, tool boxes, brakes, cocks, fitted steps and handrails, finished in lined green livery with polished bright-work, 122cm long, the cab 17cm wide.Boiler History: Northern Association of Model Engineers boiler test records. Boiler Number N73-80-133. Hydraulic Test Pressure 160 psi., expires 5th March 2015. Steam pressure test 80 psi, expired 16th August 2013. Sold with certificated records. The locomotive has been steamed only five times since completion.

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A fine exhibition standard 3 ½ inch gauge model of

Lot 13: A fine exhibition standard 3 ½ inch gauge model of

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Description: A fine exhibition standard 3 ½ inch gauge model of British Railways Class 9F 2-10-0 tender locomotive 'Evening Star', 92220, the copper super-heated boiler with fittings including water sight glass, twin pressure gauges, regulator, wheel operated reverse screw, lever-operated sliding firebox doors, cab-operated drain cocks, safety valves, blower, injector, brakes, whistle, and clack valve, the chassis detail including twin outside cylinders of 1 1/4 inch bore by 1 3/4 inch stroke, with Walschaerts valve gear to piston valves, fluted motion, smoke deflectors, ratchet driven lubricator, eccentric driven water pump, whistle, brake gear, rivet-work, steps, hand rails and lamp irons, the six-wheel 5000 gallon tender with fittings including hand-operated feed pump, steps, hand rails, lamp irons and rear ladder, finished in lined green with polished bright-work, 127cm long, the cab 17cm wide; presented in a glazed brass display case, the mahogany base fitted with a length of track.Boiler history: None available.

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A 5 inch gauge Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway

Lot 14: A 5 inch gauge Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway

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Description: A 5 inch gauge Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 4-4-0 tender locomotive, 768, built in the 1950's, the copper boiler with fitted sigh-glass, regulator, and pressure gauge pipework (lacking gauge), the tender with double bogies, finished in lined blue livery, with fitted steps and hand-irons, 152cm long, the cab 20cm wide.Boiler history: None available.

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A 5 inch gauge model of British Railways Class 7MT

Lot 15: A 5 inch gauge model of British Railways Class 7MT

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Description: A 5 inch gauge model of British Railways Class 7MT 4-6-2 tender locomotive 'Oliver Cromwell', 70013, built by Mr C. Plumbley of Alverstone, Isle of Wight, and subject to a rebuild and paintwork by Lynx Models of Mablethorpe, the silver soldered copper boiler with twin water gauges, press gauge, safety, blower, whistle, injectors, clack and blow down valves, and with Walschaert's valve gear, cylinder-head pressure relief valves, cab controls, fluted motion, mechanical lubricator, eccentric driven feed pump and by-pass, injector, brake gear and boiler washout plug, the locomotive bodywork with smoke deflectors, riveting, steps, hand and lamp irons and other details, the tender with riveting, hand feed pump, steps and hand irons, finished in lined dark green livery, 190cm long, 23cm wide.Note: This model is based on parts from a Modelworks kit, with further components supplied by other specialist companies.Boiler History: Original Modelworks boiler Certificate No.497, dated 20th December 2006. Hydraulic tested 200 psi and Working pressure 90 psi. Also Certificate of Test from Lynx Models, 16th March 2012. Hydraulic 145 psi and Working pressure 90psi. Signed by John Clarke.

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A fine exhibition standard 5 inch gauge model of

Lot 16: A fine exhibition standard 5 inch gauge model of

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Description: A fine exhibition standard 5 inch gauge model of Great Eastern Railway rebuilt Class D16 4-4-0 tender locomotive 'Claud Hamilton', 1900, built by L. Labram of Nuneaton in 1973, to the design by J. Holden of the Stratford works, with a brazed copper boiler, silver soldered stays, extended smokebox, superheater, side feed clacks as per prototype and D16/2, two Ross Pop safety valves, and sloping grate with ash pan, the boiler fed by two injectors or donkey pump with hand feed pump in the tender, with two inclined inside cylinders with slide valve gear and Stephenson's link motion, bronze bushed where possible or hardened,the Adams type bogies equalised and side controlled with working leaf springs throughout, the brakes being steam or air with reservoir, the right-hand side of the model featuring a Westinghouse pump, the locomotive also with twin ram Wakefield lubricator and feed pipes to the axle boxes with separate metering valves, and ratchet lubricator, the fine scale cab including whistle control, driver's brake shut-off, injector controls, hand pump clack, blower, driver's brake, grate dumper, rear axle box oilers, regulator, scale pressure gauge, sight glasses, lever-operated drain cocks, wooden planked floor and reversing screw,the later type three 450 gallon six-wheel tender with detailed rivet-work, toolboxes, vents, water cocks, hand feed pump, brake gear, steps, hand-rails and lamp irons, finished in lined Royal Blue livery with vermillion coupling rods, with polished brass beading on the decorative wheel splashers, G.E.R. coat-of-arms on the driving splashers, polished steel ring on the smokebox door, polished copper chimney cap, hand rails, vacuum pipes and couplings, 149cm long, the cab 25cm wide; presented in a glazed brass display case with display track and mahogany base, and accompanied by a series of build photographs demonstrating the high build quality.Boiler history: None available.

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A 5 inch gauge model of a British Railways 0-4-0

Lot 17: A 5 inch gauge model of a British Railways 0-4-0

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Description: A 5 inch gauge model of a British Railways 0-4-0 'Sweet Pea' narrow gauge saddle tank locomotive, the steel boiler with fittings including sight glass, pressure gauge and regulator, safety valve, clack, and hand feed water pump, the chassis details including twin outside cylinders, foot-plate controlled drain cocks with pipework, lubricator, and hand-operated brake gear, finished in lined black livery, with a Bagnall cabside plate and polished bright-work, 80cm (31 inches) long, the cab 33cm (13 inches) wide.Boiler history: None available.

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Chassis castings for a Class 5 tender locomotive,

Lot 18: Chassis castings for a Class 5 tender locomotive,

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Description: Chassis castings for a Class 5 tender locomotive, to include a pair of side plates, chassis wheel mount castings and six large main wheels; also some build documentation.

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A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge British Railways

Lot 18A: A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge British Railways

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Description: A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge British Railways Standard Class 2 2-6-2 tank locomotive, built by the late Mr Ken Bussey of Swaffam, to the design by D. Stockings, the rolling chassis constructed to a very high standard, with a full photographic record, together with a further eight unmachined castings for chimney, smokebox door, smokebox ring and other items, and a set of drawings, the chassis 152cm long, and 35cm wide at cylinders.

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A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge model of an

Lot 19: A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge model of an

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Description: A well engineered 7 ¼ inch gauge model of an Orenstein & Koppel 0-4-0 industrial tank locomotive, built by Mr Grayham Hooper of Cornwall, to the Ken Swan design, and featuring Riggenbach rack and pinion adhesion drive, the copper boiler with fittings including sight-glass, pressure gauge, drains points, cab directional control, hydraulic brakes and hand operated parking brake gear, twin safety valves, clack and two injectors, and a chain-operated whistle, the chassis details including twin outside cylinders with Walschaerts valve gear, mechanical lubricator, fitted mechanical clutch, foot plate controlled draincocks, by-pass with pressure relief valve, hydraulic and hand-operated brake gear, adjustable damper, detailed rivet-work and head lamp iron, the wagon style driving truck with fitted brake gear and water storage tank, the locomotive finished in traditional black and red livery with polished bright-work and fitted cast brass builder's plates with polished wooden buffer beams, 105cm long, the cab 40cm wide; together with approximately 60 feet of cast pinion track to create a rack railway.Boiler History: Southern Federation of Model Engineering Societies Boiler History Record, Boiler Identity No. GR830. Hydraulic test pressure 180 psi, expires 15th December 2015. Steam test pressure 90 psi, expired 15th February 2013. Sold with test certificates and history.

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A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge 0-4-0 narrow gauge

Lot 19A: A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge 0-4-0 narrow gauge

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Description: A part-built 7 1/4 inch gauge 0-4-0 narrow gauge dockyard tank locomotive 'Neptune', built by the late Mr Ken Bussey of Swaffham, to the Ken Swan design, the work carried out to a high standard, with rolling chasis, smoke box and brakes fitted; together with the copper boiler cylinder and two end plates but no tubes, 89cm long, 39cm wide.Note: The full size locomotive was built by R.W. Hawthorne in 1880 (Works No.1807), and was used in The Neptune Shipyards of Wigham Richardson & Co., Wallsend-on-Tyne.

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A model engineer built 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

Lot 20: A model engineer built 7 ¼ inch gauge model of

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Description: A model engineer built 7 ¼ inch gauge model of London, Midland and Scottish Railway Class 5 4-6-0 tender locomotive 'The Glasgow Highlander ', [5157, later British Railways 45157], built to the Martin Evans design, with fitted brazed and riveted superheated copper boiler and fittings including twin safety valves, pressure and water gauges, swivelling regulator, brake vacuum control / working steam brake control, twin injectors and whistle, the cab detail including screw reverse gear, cylinder drain-cocks, injectors, water valves and pressure gauge, the chassis fittings including twin outside cylinders with cab-controlled drain-cocks, automatic relief valves, Walschaert's valve gear, and polish motion, the tender with fittings including hand brake, and single-acting longitudinal hand feed pump fitted at rear of cab, finished in black livery, 250cm long, the cab 36cm wide.Boiler History: Boiler Number N195-100-MP. Examination Certificate of Pressure System No. 165111. Hydraulic test pressure 200 psi. Working pressure 100 psi. Valid until 14th March 2017. Llanelli DME. Signed by P Pavier.

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A 7 1/4 inch gauge Metropolitan diesel-electric

Lot 21: A 7 1/4 inch gauge Metropolitan diesel-electric

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Description: A 7 1/4 inch gauge Metropolitan diesel-electric locomotive 'Sherlock Holmes', 4588, battery-powered with panel coachwork, handrails, buffers and lights, finished in lined red and brick lined livery, 160cm long, the cab 35cm wide; together with a driving trolley, with fitted speed control.

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A well engineered 4 inch scale live steam model of

Lot 22: A well engineered 4 inch scale live steam model of

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Description: A well engineered 4 inch scale live steam model of a Fowler BB1 compound ploughing engine, the steel boiler with fittings including sight-glass, pressure gauge, eccentric driven feed pump, injector, speed gear operating lever, safety valve, whistle operated by chain, ratchet lubricator, balanced crank with fitted brass oiler cups and bevel gear drive to spoked flywheel, cylinder drain cocks operated from driving position, reverse quadrant and lever, hand feed water pump fitted to tender, lever operated bevel gear linkage to plough winding drum with fitted wire rope and fairlead, finished in black paintwork with brass barrel bands, spoked wheels with red lining, polished brass wheel caps, rubber road tyres, wooden running boards to sides of boiler, and cast builder's plates 'John Fowler & Co (Leeds) Ltd', 236cm long, 85cm wide.Boiler history: Built by Gratton Engineering in 2000. Serial Number PV211. Report of Examination of Pressure System carried out by Farncare of Lymington and signed by Ian Farrance (Eng.Tech,Glnst NDT), 27th June 2013. Hydraulic test pressure 230 psi. Safety valves set at 150 psi. Valid until 27th August 2014.

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An Emco Unimat 3 model maker's lathe, with motor,

Lot 23: An Emco Unimat 3 model maker's lathe, with motor,

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Description: An Emco Unimat 3 model maker's lathe, with motor, drilling and milling attachment, cross-slide, steady, tooling and other attachments.

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[Books]. Assorted works of model engineering

Lot 23A: [Books]. Assorted works of model engineering

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Description: [Books]. Assorted works of model engineering interest, including catalogues and model building books by Stuart and other casting suppliers.

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Three cased steam indicators, and a large unboxed

Lot 24: Three cased steam indicators, and a large unboxed

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Description: Three cased steam indicators, and a large unboxed steam indicator, by Richards, Hopkinson and Darkes.

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Four part-built and dismantled live steam model

Lot 25: Four part-built and dismantled live steam model

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Description: Four part-built and dismantled live steam model stationary engines, comprising a vertical freelance table engine, the valve gear and linkages not made; a horizontal twin cylinder mill engine, dismantled and with some parts missing; an 'A' framed vertical steam engine, with parts missing; and a partly constructed twin simple marine engine, of slightly smaller dimensions than a Stuart D10.

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A live steam model of a Lancashire type horizontal

Lot 26: A live steam model of a Lancashire type horizontal

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Description: A live steam model of a Lancashire type horizontal boiler, with fitted sight-glass, pressure gauge, safety valve and steam control inlet, the copper horizontal boiler with safety valve; together with a collection of model steam engine parts; and wheels and chassis plates for a 5 inch gauge 'Maid of Kent', with a related set of drawings.

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An exhibition standard model of an M E Beam

Lot 27: An exhibition standard model of an M E Beam

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Description: An exhibition standard model of an M E Beam engine, the beam supported on a turned central column with fitted water pump, inside steam valve with brass oilers to the vertical wooden clad single cylinder, steam inlet valve with shut off linkage to speed governor and bevel gears to crank, eccentric driven valve gear, and 9 ½ inch spoked flywheel, finished in traditional green paintwork with polished brightwork and handrails, on plinth with wooden glazed case, 43cm x 21cm.

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A Dinky No.581, Horse Box 'British Railways',

Lot 28: A Dinky No.581, Horse Box 'British Railways',

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Description: A Dinky No.581, Horse Box 'British Railways', maroon with red grooved hubs, near mint, boxed, the box good (lacking internal packing pieces); and a Dinky No.555, Commer Fire Engine, red with matching grooved hubs, unglazed, silver extending ladder, near mint, boxed, the box good, (2).

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A Dinky No.660, Thorneycroft Mighty Antar Tank

Lot 29: A Dinky No.660, Thorneycroft Mighty Antar Tank

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Description: A Dinky No.660, Thorneycroft Mighty Antar Tank Transporter, olive grab with matching grooved hubs, very near mint, boxed, the box good and complete with internal packing pieces; Dinky No.651, Centurion Tank, olive drab, near mint, boxed, the box good; and a Dinky No.622, Foden 10-Ton Army Truck, olive drab with matching ridged hubs, near mint, boxed, the box good (few scratch marks to lid), (3).

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A Dinky No.982, Bedford Pullmore Car Transporter,

Lot 30: A Dinky No.982, Bedford Pullmore Car Transporter,

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Description: A Dinky No.982, Bedford Pullmore Car Transporter, pale blue, grey decks, mid blue ridged / grooved hubs, near mint, boxed, the box good; Dinky No.794, Loading Ramp, pale blue, good condition, boxed, the box generally good (lacking three tabs); and a Dinky No.25x, Commer Breakdown Lorry, tan with a green rear, red ridged hubs, near mint, boxed, the box good, (3).

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A Dinky No.972, 20-Ton Lorry-Mounted Crane

Lot 31: A Dinky No.972, 20-Ton Lorry-Mounted Crane

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Description: A Dinky No.972, 20-Ton Lorry-Mounted Crane 'Coles', orange and yellow, with yellow grooved hubs, near mint, boxed, the box good and complete with internal packing piece; Dinky No.564, Elevator Loader, yellow with blue shutes and blue grooved wheels, excellent condition, boxed, the box good but lacking internal packing pieces; Dinky No.571, Coles Mobile Crane, yellow and black, good condition, boxed, the box fair-good (two puncture marks to side of base part); and a Dinky No.533, Leyland Cement Wagon, yellow with matching grooved hubs, good condition, boxed, the box good, (4).

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A Dinky No.157, Jaguar XK120, dark sage green,

Lot 32: A Dinky No.157, Jaguar XK120, dark sage green,

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Description: A Dinky No.157, Jaguar XK120, dark sage green, fawn ridged hubs, near mint, unboxed; Dinky No.139b / 171, Hudson Commodore, blue with a tan roof and tan ridged hubs, very near mint, unboxed; Dinky No.172, Studebaker Land Cruiser, light green with mid green ridged hubs, excellent condition, unboxed; and a Dinky No.40b / 151, Triumph 1800, mid blue with matching ridged hubs, generally very good condition, unboxed, (4).

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A Dinky No.38f, Jaguar SS100 Sports Car, blue with

Lot 33: A Dinky No.38f, Jaguar SS100 Sports Car, blue with

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Description: A Dinky No.38f, Jaguar SS100 Sports Car, blue with grey seats, black ridged hubs, good condition, unboxed; Dinky No.133, Cunningham C-5R Road Racer, white with dark blue stripes, mid blue ridged hubs, racing number '31', excellent condition, unboxed; Dinky No.40d / 152, Austin Devon, maroon with matching ridged hubs, generally good condition, unboxed; Dinky No.27f, Plymouth Estate Car, tan with dark brown side panels, fawn ridged hubs, very good condition, unboxed; and three other Dinky cars, variable condition, each unboxed, (7).

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A Dinky No.706, Vickers Viscount Air Liner, cream,

Lot 34: A Dinky No.706, Vickers Viscount Air Liner, cream,

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Description: A Dinky No.706, Vickers Viscount Air Liner, cream, blue and silver, F-B GNL, excellent condition, boxed, the box generally good (slightly crushed); Dinky No.502, Foden Flat Truck, first type cab, dark blue with a red cab flash and red load area, mid blue ridged hubs, fair condition, unboxed; Dinky No.504, Foden 14-Ton Tanker, dark blue with a mid blue cab flash and tank body, mid blue ridged hubs, generally good condition, unboxed; and seventeen other assorted Dinky models, variable condition, each unboxed, (20).

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A Dinky No.480, Bedford CA Van 'Kodak', yellow

Lot 35: A Dinky No.480, Bedford CA Van 'Kodak', yellow

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Description: A Dinky No.480, Bedford CA Van 'Kodak', yellow with red ridged hubs, very near mint, unboxed; Dinky No.30w, Hindle-Smart Helecs 'British Railways', maroon with red ridged hubs, near mint, unboxed; Dinky No.30s, Austin Covered Wagon, dark blue with a mid blue tilt, mid blue hubs, excellent condition, unboxed; Dinky No.30h / 253, Daimler Ambulance, cream, red ridged hubs, unglazed, excellent condition, unboxed; and two other Dinky commercial vehicles, variable condition, each unboxed, (6).

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A Dinky No.132, Packard Convertible, light tan

Lot 36: A Dinky No.132, Packard Convertible, light tan

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Description: A Dinky No.132, Packard Convertible, light tan with red ridged hubs, near mint, boxed, the box generally good (one side slightly creased; some edges rubbed); and a Dinky No.131, Cadillac Eldorado, pale yellow with cream ridged hubs, near mint (windscreen with crack to one corner), boxed, the box good, (2)..

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A Dinky No.110, Aston Martin DB3 Sports, green

Lot 37: A Dinky No.110, Aston Martin DB3 Sports, green

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Description: A Dinky No.110, Aston Martin DB3 Sports, green with red ridged hubs, racing number '22', near mint, boxed, the box good.

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A Dinky No.236, Connaught Racing Car, light green

Lot 38: A Dinky No.236, Connaught Racing Car, light green

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Description: A Dinky No.236, Connaught Racing Car, light green with mid green ridged hubs, racing number '32', near mint, boxed, the box generally good (one side slightly creased).

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A Dinky No.676, Armoured Personnel Carrier, olive

Lot 39: A Dinky No.676, Armoured Personnel Carrier, olive

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Description: A Dinky No.676, Armoured Personnel Carrier, olive dab with matching grooved hubs, very near mint, boxed, the box good; Dinky No.674, Austin Champ, olive drab with matching ridged hubs, near mint, boxed, the box generally good (one end flap with two nicks); and a Dinky No.641, Army 1-Ton Cargo Truck, olive drab with matching ridged hubs, very near mint, boxed, the box fair (one end flap lacking fold-over end; other flap torn and creased), (3).

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A Chad Valley No.9235, Fordson Major Tractor, dark

Lot 40: A Chad Valley No.9235, Fordson Major Tractor, dark

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Description: A Chad Valley No.9235, Fordson Major Tractor, dark blue with orange wheels, excellent condition, in original plain card box with paper label to one side of lid, the box with some wear.

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CITROEN. A promotional tinplate model Citroen

Lot 41: CITROEN. A promotional tinplate model Citroen

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Description: CITROEN. A promotional tinplate model Citroen fixed head coupe, dark brown over mid brown, with a black chassis, the underside stamped 'Automobile / Mecanique / Andre Citroen / Made in France', 32cm long (replacement rear wheels).

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A wooden pond yacht, with a plank effect deck and

Lot 42: A wooden pond yacht, with a plank effect deck and

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Description: A wooden pond yacht, with a plank effect deck and a weighted keel, the hull painted white, 91cm long; another wooden pond yacht, with a plank effect deck and a weighted keel, the hull painted sea green, 58cm long; a wooden spirit-fired motor boat, 62cm long; and an unconstructed glider kit, (4).

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A Wilesco live steam Allchin traction engine,

Lot 43: A Wilesco live steam Allchin traction engine,

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Description: A Wilesco live steam Allchin traction engine, black with polished brasswork and a red flywheel, spirit-fired, unboxed, (lacking chimney).

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An approximately 2 3/4 inch gauge brass 2-2-0

Lot 44: An approximately 2 3/4 inch gauge brass 2-2-0

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Description: An approximately 2 3/4 inch gauge brass 2-2-0 'dribbler' tank locomotive, probably French, the buffer-beam stamped 'AM', spirit-fired, 24.5cm long, on a length of display track, in a glazed case, overall 30.5cm long, 25cm high, 15cm deep.

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A rare 4 inch gauge live steam model 2-2-2

Lot 45: A rare 4 inch gauge live steam model 2-2-2

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Description: A rare 4 inch gauge live steam model 2-2-2 locomotive, circa 1880, probably by Radiguet of Paris, with contemporary and later fittings of brass and copper, with traces of original paint, 48cm long.

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A traction engine or steam roller sprung oil lamp

Lot 46: A traction engine or steam roller sprung oil lamp

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Description: A traction engine or steam roller sprung oil lamp by Eli Griffiths of Birmingham, 'The Beacon', of rectangular form, the interior with reservoir and burner, 56cm high inclusive of fixed handle.

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A brass locomotive whistle, unmarked, 26.5cm high;

Lot 47: A brass locomotive whistle, unmarked, 26.5cm high;

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Description: A brass locomotive whistle, unmarked, 26.5cm high; and two British Railways bell block instruments, (3).

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