Trackside Accessories (190530)  
Circa 1902  1910  An assortment of some early accessories, including the first version of the No. 86 Telegraph poles that attach under the track. A set of No. 111 elevating post used in the elevated railroads with two different variations of the No. 110 bumper from that period.
Above and below are various assortments of No. 86 telegraph poles. The red one above is from 1929 (686) or later. The white ones below are circa 192325
Boxed set of telegraph poles from 1909. These came with a 1 gauge set and appear to have a somewhat wider base although the number is the same. The boxed examples below appear to be in a box from 1925, but these poles are cardinal red which would date them after 1928. Another example of Ives using some old and something new. Note the box has an 'orange' label pasted over the number on the box.
Another example of Ives using something old and something new. Note the box has an 'orange' label pasted over the number on the box. Original box was probably made around 192426, Cardinal Red paint first shows up in 1928. Circa 19121930  Early examples above have round base. Later examples below have the square base and are known to come in different combinations of green, all white and with a red base.
Circa 1932  068 Warning signal Circa 1930  No. 100 Accessory set for Mechanical trains. This set also included telegraph poles. 

