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  • Railway railings

    A unique run of very early English cast-iron railway parapet railing

    £5,000 the lot Stock code: 45880
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    A unique run of very early English cast-iron railway parapet railing

    comprising six stanchions, three each of large and small - alternating, decorated with recessed panels and linked with two cast iron rails running through them; very heavily sand-cast, old paint, the rails cut for removal,
    Dimensions: 111cm (43¾") High, 1154cm (454¼") Wide
    Stock code: 45880
    £5,000 the lot
  • Old railings

    A run of English cast iron and steel railing for a townhouse frontage,

    £4,350 the lot Stock code: 49128
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    A run of English cast iron and steel railing for a townhouse frontage,

    comprising five lengths of railing with foliate finials on the uprights and dog-bars, plus a single gate en suite (144h x 98w cm). The height of the top rail of the access gate at 123cm informs the original installed height of the railing.
    Dimensions: 121cm (47¾") High, 1273cm (501¼") Wide, heigh to top rail =99cm. Panel widths: 284 , 302 , 172 , 245 , 270 = 1273cm
    Stock code: 49128
    £4,350 the lot

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