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Brass Labels & Plates

Brass plates and signs have always been  collected and cherished and come from a variety of sources. From signalboxes where they were used on the lever frames and under the block signaling instruments. 

From steam locomotives and carriages.

They look fantastic all polished up and there's something for eveybody's interest and pocket!

 

Brass Labels and Plates

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MIDLAND RAILWAY BRASS SIGNAL BOX LEVER DESCRIPTION PLATE. "Signal Fan To Colliery"

Price (collection):
£85.00
1

G.W.R single line key token instrument number 546

Price (collection):
£10.00
1

Machined engraved with red wax infill.

Price (collection):
£55.00
1

All original red wax infill present.

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

Fantastic long description.

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

Early hand engraved example.

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

Lovely patina and nice description.

Price (collection):
£55.00
1

A "Catchy" description..

Price (collection):
£40.00
1

Description both sides brass description plate

Price (collection):
£45.00
1

Extremely scarce survivors from early GWR boxes.

Price (collection):
£85.00
1

Very scarce and rare survivor.

Price (collection):
£75.00
1

Nice cast iron plate from the West Coast main line over Shap.

Price (collection):
£110.00
1

An early type of 1930s plastic used for instrument labels.

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

These are from a small 2 lever detonator frame in the signal box.

Price (collection):
£265.00
1

Early non-ribbed type plate circa 1910

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

Later style heavier ribbed back casting.

Price (collection):
£65.00
1

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