I have never seen this 1110 before. I've have/had probably 2 dozen of them. First one I've seen with a plate on the cab. Originally thought someone had just painted a rectangle under the cab until I looked closely and it is a plate held in with tabs. Went to the book and sure enough it's correct. Notice (B) from the book. Anyone else have one?

Steve

1110 a

 

1110 b

Steve "Papa" Eastman

Yorba Linda, CA

Left Coast, Home of the lunatics

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i have looked at this heading before and one of the orange plate locomotives is even pictured in that Greenberg book, but there are a few others listed that i have never seen an example of (eg, the plain red boiler) either,  though like Steve mentioned, i am not really looking very hard for anything at this time.  the fact that there is a price listed rather than the NRS indication gives me a bit if encouragement.

in the auction was this an individual piece or part of a set?

Gary, it's a boxed set 603X which is interesting. I can see 601 and 602 in the 1930 catalog, no 603 and what the heck does the X indicate? Also how does 3 cars fit in the box with track

I will post pictures of the cars and box later. Soccer games need my attendance for now.

Steve

Steve "Papa" Eastman

Yorba Linda, CA

Left Coast, Home of the lunatics

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