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Trains, Trains, and More Trains

(497 Lots)
by Weiss Auctions
  • March 21, 2018, 10:00 AM EST Live Auction
  • Lynbrook, NY, US
  • Phone: +1 (516) 594-0731
  • Email: Weiss Auctions
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    Auction Description for Weiss Auctions: Trains, Trains, and More Trains
    Early Lionel O gauge highlights include 700E, full & semi-scale freight cars, boxed 717K, T-rail switches, 255E pass set, Macy Pea 253 pass set, 238E pass set, Flying Yankee, 752E City of Portland, 225E freight set, Many Nice 800 & 2800 series Freights, Many 2600 Freights & Accessories. Several lots of Ives and American Flyer O ga. Standard Gauge highlights include Super 390E Blue Comet Set, Clean 6 steam loco, Super Baby State Set. Nice 384 & 390E locos. Nice late 219 white & red. Nice 300 late Hellgate. 129 terrace (early), 840 power station, copper 56 & 52 lampposts. Lionel Postwar being unpacked offers several nice boxed sets, nice 726 with Madison cars, Mint 6517-60, Mint 6818, nice 2360 Green 5-striped GG1 and much more! European includes O & 1 gauge by Marklin, Bing, Carette, KBN, Hornby and others with live steam, electric & clockwork units; tons of accessories, stations and signals. Marklin HO from the 1960s through the digital age, many LN with boxes. There will be examples of S Gauge, G Gauge and American HO. Modern includes many articulated steam locos, large diesels and diesel sets, passenger & freight by Lionel, MTH, Weaver & Williams.
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    Fri 3/16 (12pm-5pm) Mon 3/19 (12pm-8pm) Tues 3/20 (12pm-8pm) Wed 3/21 (8am-9:45am) Thurs 3/22 (8am-9:45am)

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Estimate: $200 - $500
Description: Early colors, complete. Partial restoration and would benefit from a cleaning. Shows light playwear.
Realized: $220 Unverified

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Description: Single motor with nice lettering. Red trim has been enhanced, some rewiring. It shows light to moderate playwear.
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Description: 2 Match is style, 1 shows scarce maroon variation. Pro Job, would benefit from a cleaning.
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Description: Includes a 61 MFG lamppost; 2 #54 lampposts; 2 #69 ringing signals; 3 #068 warning signs; 58 lamppost; 2 #80 semaphores, complete for a change; 077 c...
Realized: $180 Unverified

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Description: Nicely done, but would benefit from a cleaning.It shows light playwear.
Realized: $300 Unverified

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Description: Includes a 615 baggage, latch coupler; 613 Pullman, 614 observation, both with manual box couplers. All restored in red/silver. Pro Job, showing ligh...
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Description: Includes a 2956 B&O hopper. Casting are straight with nice stampings. It is missing 1 hatch and has 1 postwar coupler installed; 2 #2954 PRR boxcars,...
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Description: Includes 2 #2623 Manhattan Heavyweights, all steps broken, but better than average body paint; 2 #753 coaches, straight ratings, showing moderate pla...
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Estimate: $80 - $160
Description: Circa 1926. Includes a clean 3252 electric locomotive, small hole in roof; matching 60 baggage; 61 chair car; 68 observation. All clean, showing bett...
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Description: Circa 1927. Includes a 3255R electric loco, plated with sheetmetal frame, 1 broken pilot; 132 combine; 129 observation. Cars are high grade with matc...
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Description: Includes a canvas covers open wagon with 6 bundles; tipple car; tank car; 6 board car, number painted on sides. Some couplers missing hoops, others u...
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Description: Includes a 5-board open wagon with brakeman’s shack; Dapolin tank car, spigot intact, wear to top handrails; lumber flat with chains; crane with repl...
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Description: Includes a 2270 LMS tank loco, mechanism functional with 3 freight cars; 1842 tank loco, mechanism functional with 3 assorted freight cars. They woul...
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Description: Into tin, 22 1/2” ling. Unusual piece with Coca-Cola and Nestles advertising on side. It is fairly clean, showing light playwear. from the Jerry & Ni...
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Description: Appears complete with burner. Hand-painted cab with brass boiler. It would benefit from a cleaning, but only show light to moderate playwear.
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Description: O gauge. Clockwork mechanism functions, but wheels appear to be out of quarter. Matching GNR tender. They show light to moderate playwear. Examine.
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Description: All boggy truck cars including a Shell tank car, spigot intact; Hocking Valley gondola; Hay wagon; stake flat, hand=painted. They would benefit from ...
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Description: Painted tin, 23” long. Nice form with hanging flower baskets and restart on one end. Opening doors and appears complete, showing light playwear. From...
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Description: Includes a 1 ga size steam loco, mechanism is functional, matching tender; 2nd class cash and barrel wagon, incomplete load. They would benefit from ...
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Description: Includes a Rotary snow plough; Old Dutch Cleanser boxcar; swivel dump ore car. They would benefit from a cleaning, but only show light to moderate pl...
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Description: 042. Includes baggage, RPO, Coach; 2 diners and an observation. They show light runtime with boxes.
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Description: Includes 6551-1 ACF Auto boxcar; 6534-1 ACF Auto boxcar; 6405-2 ACF 33,000 gal tank car; 8403-6 NH PS1 50’ boxcar; 6405-1 ACF 33,000 gal tank car. Al...
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Description: Includes 8054 CB&Q F3 AA Diesels; 9577 through 9580 passenger cars; 2 #6588 vista-domes. All appear light;y run with nice boxes.
Realized: $320 Unverified

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Estimate: $160 - $300
Description: Nice 2-8-2 steam loco with RailSounds, Back-up light; smoking stack & chests, operating marker lights and more! It shows light run time with box.
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Description: Includes a mint unrun 6825 flat with girder, perf window box is lightly worn; 6050 saving bank car, like new with a scarce -110 brick box.
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