The Model Train sale to be held on the 21st of
January starts with OO Gauge British Outline from Bachmann, Hornby (China), Dapol
and Lima, plus HO Gauge Continental & American Outline from Proto,
Riverossi, Bachmann, Liliput and Roco, and N Gauge from Graham Farish, Dapol,
Roco and Wrenn. The sale will continue with Hornby Dublo 2 & 3-rail, Hornby
Acho, Wrenn, and OO Gauge Kit/Kitbuilt from predominantly Millholme Models.
Further items in the sale include Bing Table-Top, Brass, On30, Marklin HO Scale,
Meccano & Other Constructional Toys and Large Scale Models. The sale will
conclude with G Gauge/Gauge 1 & Larger, Scale 7 Finescale Layout,
Locomotives & Rolling Stock, HO Gauge, Further and Modern O Gauge, plus Railwayana,
Books, DVDs and our usual good selection of General Trains.
Marklin HO Scale Continental Outline R765 Goods Set with a 0-4-0 Loco and Tender black, 3-rail electric, some paint loss to running boards, smoke box door dart and panel between locomotive, cab and boiler. Included with this set is Ref 381 Covered Wagon in brown, Ref 374 Shell Tanker with Vigie and Ref 364 DRB Lowsided 4-wheel Wagon. Excellent to Excellent Plus together with a quantity of 3-rail electric curved and straight track. Excellent. All contained in the original box base. Fair.
Estimate: £600 - £700
Meccano late issue No.10 Outfit with parts in yellow, blue and nickel includes angle girders, perforated strips, circular parts, road wheels, pulleys, 167A Large Toothed Quadrant gears/worms and other items. Contents are Near Mint in reproduction style 6-drawer light wood cabinet.
Estimate: £800 - £1,000
Sold For: £500
Meccano late issue No.10 Outfit Parts in blue, yellow and nickel including circular parts, road wheels, flexible plates, angle girders, brassware, wheels, contrate wheels, pinions and other items. Contents are generally Excellent Plus to Near Mint and includes instruction booklets for Outfits 2/3/4, 5/6/7, 8 and 9 together with special model leaflets, spare parts list together with single sheet special leaflets numbers 2 to 19 together with reproduction numbers 1 and 20. Contents are generally Excellent Plus to Near Mint in a reproduction Meccano No.10 Outfit box in green with Meccano Outfit No.10 in gold to box lid and underside.
Estimate: £600 - £800
Sold For: £600
Meccano late issue No.10 Outfit with parts in yellow, blue and nickel including flexible plates, circular parts, angle girders, brassware including pulleys, contrate wheels, gear wheels, pinions, nuts and bolts, chain, screwdriver and a large number of other items included with this lot is a special leaflets 1 to 30 inclusive. All contained in a reproduction Meccano Outfit "L" in green with hinged lid, lift out tray and two drawers with Meccano Outfit "L" to box lid and underside.
Estimate: £800 - £1,000
Sold For: £1,100
Bing Gauge 1 4-4-2 Tank Loco LB&SCR (London Brighton & South Coast Railway) lined umber No.11, clockwork. Some rubbing to transfer and keyhole side to the "&S", missing cab roof whistle otherwise Excellent.
Estimate: £500 - £600
Sold For: £400
Monks Eleigh Scale 7 professionally built layout - Consists of 7 scenic boards and 2 sliding Traverser stock boards This layout was built by Martyn Welch in 1998 and was described in detail the building process in the Model Railway Journal No.106 dated 1998 - The Genuine Monks Eleigh is a small hamlet in Suffolk and although plans were submitted for a proposed rail link this never materialized.
Expertise, drawings and the like were gathered together in order to build an authentic layout in that region.
The layout consists of:
Board 1 - Traverser (stock tray) - 56*34 inches (1.42*.86 m) approx. - 6 track with sliding section, panel and switch.
Board 2 - 1st Scenic board 42*26.5inches (1.07*.67m) approx. - Single main line with redundant siding, footbridge over single main line with printers industrial building
Board 3 - 2nd Scenic board 42*27 inches (1.07*.69m) approx. - Single main line with over bridge, Tolly pub and Printers industrial building.
Board 4 - 3rd Scenic board 42*33.5 inches (1.07*.84m) approx. - Single main line with points to Sidings and Corn Mill and Garage buildings.
Board 5 - 4th Scenic board 42*33.5 inches (1.07*.70m) approx. - Single main line with the start of the station platform and main building with continuous sidings either side
Board 6 - 5th Scenic board 42*27.5 inches (1.07*.70m) approx. - Single main line with station platform and main building. Continuous siding either side
Board 7 - 6th Scenic board 42*28 inches (1.07*.70m) approx. - Single main line and sidings with Station building, Signal box, Power house, House, Garage building, Coal yard and Stock loading bay.
Board 8 - 7th Scenic board 42*33.5 inches (1.07*.70m) approx. - continuous single main line, one Siding, row of Terraced houses with corner shop, facing set of Terrance houses with Pub and 2 Industrial buildings.
NOTE - Each of the seven scenic sections have rear scenic section measuring 35 to 42 inches long and 8 inches wide (.89*1.07*.20m) approx.
Board 9 - Traverser (Stock tray) - 27*24 inches (.69*.61m) approx. 4 track with sliding section
Also included with the layout are an additional row of Terraced houses with front Roadway, Station accessories, names, Signs, Telephone boxes, crossing gates, Figures, Telegraph poles Road vehicles, Kits, Transformer, Signal control board including wiring diagrams, points and signal control, front curtain etc etc in fact all you need for a complete ready-made layout
An excellent opportunity to acquire a professionally built working layout
Estimate: £500 - £1,000
Sold For: £540
Hornby O Gauge 4-6-2 Loco and Tender LMS maroon "Princess Elizabeth" No.6201, 3-rail electric. Loco has been repainted although much of the gold lining and running number appears original. Tender has been repainted, lined and transferred all contained in a Fair original box with 2586 label to one end.
Estimate: £700 - £900
Sold For: £620
Hornby O Gauge "The Yorkshire Man" No.2 Passenger Set. This consists of a 4-4-0 Loco and Tender LMS maroon "Compound" No.1185, clockwork. Loco is Excellent to Excellent Plus, Tender is Near Mint together with 1st 3rd LMS Corridor Coach and 1st 3rd Brake End Coach, sides Excellent to Excellent Plus with Excellent Plus roofs, with this set is a circle of tinplate 2-rail clockwork track, packets of track clips, lamps, key, corridor connector and end plate, guarantee slip dated 10/35. Contained in original box, tape repairs to all lid corners, wear to box lid Fair to Good.
Estimate: £500 - £700
Sold For: £600
Railwayana GWR Class 2251 Cab Side Numberplate No.2271. Built in August 1934 and withdrawn from Machynileth in 09 1962. This is a class of 120 Locomotives built between 1930 and 1948 with only one being preserved No.3205. Numberplate for the locomotive appears in original condition un-restored, Good Plus.
Estimate: £400 - £600
Sold For: £380
Railwayana GWR Class 43XX Cab Side Numberplate No.5369. This 2-6-0 Loco and Tender Class XX was built at Swindon in June 1919 and withdrawn in November 1963 from Pontypool Road and scrapped at Cashmoors of Newport in March 1964. This cab side numberplate appears in original un-restored condition.
Estimate: £400 - £600
Sold For: £420