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Published by the LNER, printed by Adams Bros & Shardlow Ltd. Poster LNER 'Holland via Harwich Day & Night Service' by Austin Cooper, double royal size 40 x 25.Depicts a boy and girl in traditional Dutch costume and windmill in the background.
The case is in good condition and is hand engraved GWR 1697 on the rear, the top wind and button set movement is in good clean working condition , the dial with GWR enamelled at the top is free from chips but has a small hairline crack which could be cleaned and would appear invisible. LNER EPNS assortment comprising: Coronation ware Sundae Dish with integral Saucer; LNER script Sundae Dish, qty 2; LNER script Milk Jug; LNER script Milk Jug; LNER script Hot Water Jug with lid; LNER two compartment Vegetable Dish; LNER script oval Serving Salvers, qty 3; LNER script large Serving Salvers. Worksplate Beyer Peacock (Hymek) Ltd No 7895 Manchester 1961. The dial is clearly marked with company initials beneath the indicating aperture. The sign is in two halves and in totally original condition. Sold 9/10/63 to Woodham LNER 9 x 5 Works Numberplate 'London & North Eastern Railway 7127 Rebuilt Stratford Works 1920'. Poster BR 'Jersey The Nearest The Continent Resort' by Nevin, double royal size 40 x 25. Published by the Railway Executive Southern Region, printed by the Baynard Press. Poster BR 'Sunny Rhyl', anon, double royal size 40 x 25.Published by the LNER, printed by Vincent Brooks Day. Poster LNER 'Holland via Hull - Rotterdam' by Templeton, double royal size 40 x 25.Depicts a couple in traditional Dutch costume walking along a quayside.Dial is undamaged and the recessed second hand at the bottom is fully intact. Enamel Advertising Sign Spratts Bonio Mixed Ovals and Weetmeet - SPL 347. Must have had a Dog Tethering attachment because it states at the bottom 'Use Of This Attachment Is At Dog-Owners Risk'. A rare Totem that has only ever been at auction once before in the 1980's and this is the same one so could be the sole survivor. Ex Churchward GWR 2-8-0 locomotive, one of only nine in the class, built Swindon March 1922. Poster LNER 'East Coast Types No 3 The Lobsterman' by Frank Newbould, double royal size 40 x 25.Carriage Print 'Falls of Invermoriston, Inverness-shire' by Kenneth Steel RBA SGA from the Scottish Region series of 1956. In excellent condition with good colour and no repairs. A nice example of these popular clocks and apparently originates from Round Oak Station in the Black Country. Allocations were St Philip's Marsh, Southall and Old Oak Common and Laira at 1/1/48 until 29/7/53. A vibrant image of the lobsterman carrying his pot.
Nameplate has ex loco rear and measures 59 in length. Together with a similar except red on white, also excellent both sides. Ex Standard Gauge 0-6-0ST which was built by Manning Wardle as their No. Excellent condition with one very minor bloom of enamel bottom left.