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Exceptional Toy Train Estate Auction

Featuring the estate collection of an early member of the TCA

  • Exceptional Toy Train Estate Auction
  • Exceptional Toy Train Estate Auction

Smith’s Auction Gallery is pleased to be selling the 65 year prewar, postwar Lionel train collection of John Felletter, Avon, CT., TCA Member #57-196.  Also included in this sale will be the Lionel, Marklin collection of Dr. Kevin Conboy, noted surgeon of Greenwich, CT.  These trains are in excellent condition some with original boxes.

In Part:  Lionel Locomotives Steam, Diesel, and Electric; 400E, top of the line, steam locomotive during ‘classic era’ of Standard Gauge production, 384 steam, 390 steam, 381E Classic Electric, 402 Electric, 8E, 10, 33 Electric Locos, American Flyer & Ives Wide Gauge Electric Locos and more; ‘O’ gauge 152, 252, 248, 256 Electrics; 262 steam; 773 4-6-4 Hudson, 2426W tender w/display board and case; 238E, 265T gray; 2360 GG-1 Electric Tuscan solid stripe; 2343 Santa Fe F-3 AA Diesels; 2344 F-3 NYC F-3 AA Diesels; 2354 NYC F-3 NYC F-3 AA Diesels; 2350 New Haven EP-5 Electric; 2338 GP-7 Milwaukee Road Diesel; 8753 Pennsylvania GG-1; 665 Hudson; 2321 FM Lackawanna Train-master; 400, 404, 2550, 2559 Budd RDC cars; Lionel Berkshires, Turbines, small steam locos

 

Lionel Sets : 152 Electric w/629, 630; 152 Electric w/529,530; 248 Electric, (2) 629, 630; 252, (2) 607, 608; 256, (2) 710, 712 orange; Flying Yankee; Union Pacific M 10000 City of Denver; 751 Union Pacific Aluminum Set; Hiawatha 782, 783, 784; 4 Classic State Cars, California, Colorado, New York and Illinois; No. 11001 Advance Catalog Set; No. 1800 1862 General Frontier Pack; No. 2527 Super ‘O’ missile launcher set; #252 10 electric, 3 passenger cars; American Flyer Wide Gauge Freights; AF Burlington Zephyr; 200 series Freight Cars; Ives Standard Passenger Set; American Model Trains aluminum passenger set; 2400 Maplewood, 2401 Hillside, 2402 Chatham green/yellow; 2625 Irvington, Manhattan, Madison Bakelite cars and many more.

 

Lionel Motorized Units: 41 US Army Switcher, 42 Picatinny Arsenal; 44 US Army Mobile Launcher; 50 Gang Car; 51 Navy Yard Switcher; 52 Fire Car; 53 Rio Grande Snowplow; 54 Ballast Tamper; 58 Great Northern Snowplow; 59 Minuteman Switcher; 60 Trolley; 65 Handcar; 68 Executive Inspection Car; 69 Maintenance, all with original boxes.

Lionel Accessories: 441 Weighing Station; 444 Roundhouse Sections; 184 Bungalows; 200 Turntable; 205 Merchandise Containers; 208 Tool Sets; 300 Hellgate Bridge; 313 Bascule Bridge; 840 Industrial Power Station; 129 Terrace; 46 & 47 Crossing Gates; 56, 57, 58, & 59 Lamp Posts; 83 Flashing Traffic Signal; 87 Flashing Crossing Signals; 92 Floodlight Towers; 94 High Tension Towers; 97 Coal Elevator, 113, 114, 122, 124, 126, 127 Stations; 155 Freight Shed; 156 Freight Platforms; 163 Freight Accessory Set and 550 Figures with original boxes; many bridges and tunnels; 164 Log Loader; 165 Magnetic Crane; 435, 436 Power Stations; 437 Switch Tower; 438 Signal Towers; 440 Signal Bridge w/ Panel Board; 442 Diner; 911, 913 Country Estates; 98 Coal Bunker; 182 Magnetic Crane; 397 Coal Loader; 375 Turntable; 30 Water Tower; 455 oil derrick; 264 Fork Lift; 419 Heliport; 128 Newsstand; 465 Dispatching Station; 193 Industrial Water Tower; 415 Diesel Fueling Station; 350 Engine Transfer Table and 350-50 Extension; 456 coal ramp; ZW transformers and many more.

 

Track, switches, reference books, original catalogs (American Flyer, Ives, Lionel).

Prewar and Postwar freight cars of every description, sold in lots.

Marklin motive power, passenger sets, freight cars of the finest quality. 

Two complete Marklin train layout boards ---------- ready to run.

WHEN: Saturday, November 9
from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

PREVIEW: Friday Nov 8th 12-5pm and 8:30 morning of the sale

WHERE: W.A. Smith Auction Gallery in Plainfield, NH

Exit 20 off I-89, proceed south on Rte. 12-A from the West Lebanon Plaza for 7 miles. From I-91, take the Ascutney-Windsor, VT Exit 8, cross the Connecticut River and take Rte. 12-A north for approx. 10 miles. Across from the Plainfield Historical Society. (Click here for maps)

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