Results of
The John Hayward Collection - Part 1 : Sunday 6th September 2015

The first part of our dispersal of John Hayward's extensive collection of vintage amusement machines, fairground art, vintage toys, mechanical music, etc.

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£15

Cast Iron Stand for Gumball Machine or Similar

2

£30

Cast Iron Table Base

3

£400

Cast Iron Octagonal Mutoscope
case only. All castings good condition except rear right corner of base casting broken off and cracks to casting under the viewing window. No breaks to door hinges (as often happens). Retains original eyepiece and top daylight glasses. Stripped and primed many years ago.

4

£500

Round 'Tin' Mutoscope c.1930
for restoration. Original case and side door, original cast iron viewer piece. Mechanism largely complete consisting of original and reproduction parts. Reproduction top flash and cash box. No reel.

5

£30

Incomplete Reproduction Mechanism for Round Tin Mutoscope

6

£80

Qty Reproduction Mutoscope Parts
inc gears etc.

7

£50

Qty Mutoscope Reel Hubs
2 x original pairs plus qty of reproduction castings & fixing bolts

8

£20

Reproduction Handle for Round Tin Mutoscope

9

£35

Rosettes for Round Tin Mutoscope
an original (split) plus solid casting made from it as a die tool, and an example of a worked aluminium reproduction made using the cast die

10

£20

Reproduction Grip Handle & Coin Mechanism for Love Test or Similar

11

£5

Original Bryans 6-Win Clock Artwork
original new old stock in original Bryans Works envelope addressed to John Hayward - postmark date indistinct but appears to be Dec 1981

12

£20

Qty Gramophone Sound Boxes & Tins of Needles

13

£30

Qty Musical Boxes & Movements

14

£5

200 x Brass Threepenny Bit Coins

15

£5

100 x Shillings

16

£10

200 x Florins

17

£6

59 x George VI Old Pennies

18

£6

215 x Queen Elizabeth II Old Pennies

19

£12

300 x George V Old Pennies

20

£12

300 x George V Old Pennies

21

£10

352 x Edward VII Old Pennies

22

£5

300 x Queen Victoria Old Pennies

23

£100

Penny Kicker Footballer from Fairground Stall
1930's cast aluminium footballer - the game was to insert a penny (big old penny) in the chromed receptacle, pull back the knob behind the footballer's boot, to kick the penny out and onto a roll-a-penny type board, whereby your prize would be determined depending where your penny came to rest.

24

£130

Penny Kicker Footballer from Fairground Stall
1930's cast aluminium footballer - the game was to insert a penny (big old penny) in the chromed receptacle, pull back the knob behind the footballer's boot, to kick the penny out and onto a roll-a-penny type board, whereby your prize would be determined depending where your penny came to rest.

25

£125

Penny Kicker Footballer from Fairground Stall
1930's cast aluminium footballer - the game was to insert a penny (big old penny) in the chromed receptacle, pull back the knob behind the footballer's boot, to kick the penny out and onto a roll-a-penny type board, whereby your prize would be determined depending where your penny came to rest.

26

£60

Nicely Decorated Hoopla Panel lettered 'P.M.'
in Fred Fowle style flamboyant paintwork

27

£70

Nicely Decorated Hoopla Panel lettered 'P.M.'
in Fred Fowle style flamboyant paintwork

28





£1,500

McCarthy 22 Keyless Fairground Organ
McCarthy serial number 061, with electric motor in the cart base. Front easily detached for transport, also has a removeable clear window over the pipes to protect from weather / quieten the sound. Has 2 manual registers controlling flutes and violins to give expression to the music being played (both registers were left permanently on in the video).

SPECIAL NOTE: - Currently the music books have been mislaid - but huge thanks to Melvyn Wright for cutting a new book as an emergency so we could demonstrate the organ playing. So we are selling without music (except for the one new book) - but music is readily available from Melvyn and other arrangers/suppliers and when the music that was with it surfaces it will be offered on first-refusal basis to the new owner of the organ.

29

£40

Qty Brass Gas Wall Lights
converted to electric

30

£25

Various Painted Mouldings
as used to make the fairground organ frontage