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These are some of the SOLD items that have been listed on our website

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3522 HMS Hood Trench Art - Click for the bigger picture SoldHMS Hood Trench Art - Made in the form of a naval gun turret in a silver alloy, mounted on a hardwood display stand. To the rear is a brass plaque which has been stamped HMS Hood sunk 24.5.1941 and below a Royal Navy brass uniform button with King's Crown. HMS Hood was blown up and sunk in the action with Bismarck and Prinz Eugen with the sad loss of virtually the entire ship's company with just three of her crew surviving. 5.5" (14 cm)
PC47 USS John F. Kennedy Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSS John F. Kennedy Plaque - Mounted on a pine shield and engraved below "Presented to Commodore J.P.L. Van Dyke and party." The plaque itself is a most attractive example and is cast from brass with a rope border, complete with the ship's number CVA-67. The John F. Kennedy was the last conventionally powered aircraft carrier built by the U.S. Navy. She was launched in 1967, carried 78 aircraft and the ship's company numbered 3117. We understand as of March 2007 she is headed for Mayport, Florida to be decomissioned and layed up at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Grab this little bit of USN history while you can! Plaque diameter 8" (20cm), shield width 11" (28cm)
2628 Royal Naval Trench Art Box - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Naval Trench Art Box - A fine example dating to WWI and far superior to most examples we have seen. Beautifully constructed from polished mahogany, it is in the form of a heart with hinged lid and a finely carved Naval crest, surmounted by a king's Crown. Inserted within the lifebelt motif is a black and white period photograph of an unnamed naval officer. We assume the item was presented by him to his wife or girlfriend and was subsequently used to store cosmetics as the aroma still lingers within! It measures 9" (23cm)
3205 Yacht Tiller - Click for the bigger picture SoldYacht Tiller - Manufactured in oak with square form carved head and attractive original rope knop. Sadly, we have no information on the craft it came from, but the style indicates it could date from the 1930's. Finished in original varnish and showing some age wear. Nice patina and a very decorative display item, or could go back to sea on a classic yacht! Size 41" (106 cm).
1926 HMS Ocean Tie Pin - Click for the bigger picture SoldHMS Ocean Tie Pin - Manufactured in brass with HMS Ocean enamel crest and pin back. Several RN ships have carried the name Ocean, but we believe this relates to the Aircraft Carrier which entered service in 1944, rather than the earlier Battleship of 1898. 2.5" (6 cm.)
3977 Marine Pelorus no. 7 - Click for the bigger picture SoldMarine Pelorus no. 7 - Manufactured by the well known maker Heath & Co. London. This fine example is set in gimbals and mounted in a hardwood deck box. This features brass fastening hooks and the removable lid is further secured by a leather strap; the side of the box is stencilled Heath's Pelorus No. 7. The inside of the lid carries the maker's original instructions for use. The instrument is in totally original condition with folding sighting vanes and filters. These instruments were used to take the magnetic bearings of objects obscured from the standard compass. This example is not dated, but likely to be from the early part of the 20th century. Case measurements 7.5" x 7.5" x 6" (19cm x 19cm x 16cm)
2807 Waffen WWII Pressure Gauge - Click for the bigger picture SoldWaffen WWII Pressure Gauge - This example was brought back from WWII as a souvenir. The dial is stamped HFSC and dated 1942 and carries a scale from 0 to 160 Kg/Cm. The brass threaded connector is clearly stamped with an eagle and swastika and below WaA300. We have no other information with this item, but it would appear to be a wartime pressure gauge of some description. Original paint showing some wear. Measures 5" (13cm)
1456 Silver Cigarette Case - Click for the bigger picture SoldSilver Cigarette Case - hallmarked Birmingham 1931 with initials "HJD" and finely engraved inside "From Torpedo men HMS Neptune 1935". HMS Neptune was a Leander class light cruiser launched in 1933 and sunk in Libyan waters on 19th December 1941. 766 of her 767 hands were lost. The sole survivor being Able Seaman John Norman Walton. Further research required, but we must assume that "HJD" went down with his ship.
2399 WRNS Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldWRNS Plaque - A painted shield featuring the Women's Royal Navy Service fouled anchor, crown and surmounted by a wren, mounted on hardwood oak. We do not know the date of manufacture, but could well be from WWII. Measures 6" (15cm)
1345 Royal Navy Souvenir Pennant - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Navy Souvenir Pennant - Manufactured in blue felt and embossed with a large war ship, together with a Royal Naval white ensign and issued to commemorate the visit of the Royal Pacific Fleet to Australia. The item is not dated, but judging by the unnamed war ship, would appear to be from the 1940's. Generally in excellent original condition, with a couple of very minor moth nibbles. It measures 26" (66 cm.)
3189 USS Bashaw Submarine Badge - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSS Bashaw Submarine Badge - Cast in solid brass on an oak shield mount. The plaque features a cat fish emblem and below Faciemus Milites. Bashaw was a Gato Class submarine built by Eectric Boat company Groton and commissioned 25th October, 1943. She completed 6 war patrols in the Far East and is recorded sinking 3 Japanese vessels, totalling 19, 269 tons. Bashaw had various post war refits and was designated AGSS-241 in September 1962 and was finally decommissioned and struck from the naval register on 13th September, 1969. She was sunk as a target in July 1972 after a distinguished career spanning 20 years. Generally good condition. Badge measures 5.75" (13 cm).
OC249 3 Original Marine Pennants - Click for the bigger picture Sold3 Original Marine Pennants - One featuring a coat of arms surmounted by a King's Crown, the second a horse and the third a lion. Manufactured in cotton with rope and wood toggles. They are in flown condition with minor moth damage, but they still display very well and are extremely decorative. We have no provenance with them, but if any visitors can identify them, please let us know. Size approx. 70cm x 40cm (28" x 16")
2322 Trinity House Cutlery Set - Click for the bigger picture SoldTrinity House Cutlery Set - Comprising a knife, fork and spoon in stainless steel. All stamped on the handles with the Trinity House identifying marks (T.H.). These came from a marine sale and were apparently used in a lighthouse. Ideal for eating the Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch!
3333 HMS Ark Royal Plaque and Key - Click for the bigger picture SoldHMS Ark Royal Plaque and Key - A pair of souvenirs from the aircraft carrier comprising firstly, a brass plaque measuring 3.5" x 2.75" (9cm x 7 cm) removed from a DC starter, clearly embossed HMS Ark Royal and dated May 1969. The second item is a key with an unusual attached plaque indicating it fitted the lock in the Inflammable Store (I)5F. The key measures 6.25" (16cm). The Ark weighed 36, 800 tons, was launched in 1950 and was broken up in 1980 after a distinguished career. No doubt these souvenirs were acquired at that time perhaps by a crew member. Original Ark Royal items do not stay with us long, so grab them while you can.
2135 P&O SS Strathnaver Commemorative Bowl - Click for the bigger picture SoldP&O SS Strathnaver Commemorative Bowl - Made from hand hammered pewter and carries a coloured picture of the vessel below a glass insert. SS Strathnaver was launched in 1931 as a passenger vessel and during WWII was used as a troop ship. Very good condition, 7.5cm.
3283 Walker's Cherub III Ship's Log - Click for the bigger picture SoldWalker's Cherub III Ship's Log - A mint and boxed example which has clearly never been used in anger! Within the fitted case is the register, which still has the Thomas Walker oiling instructions attached. In addition, there are two identical rotators fitted with attachment lines and the set is completed with a taf rail mount for the register and 2 spare lenses. The inside of the box lid has full instructions for use, including a warning not to carry out oiling at sea! In the days of satellite navigation, these instruments have more or less become obsolete and it is rare to find such a complete example in such pristine condition. Box measurement 19" x 11" (49cm x 28cm)
OC137 Ship's Saloon Paraffin Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Saloon Paraffin Lamp - fine quality, set in gimbals, complete with original shade, maker's plaque Atkey & Son, Cowes. Good working order.
835 Rocking Chair - Click for the bigger picture SoldRocking Chair - Unique shipwright-made Rocking Chair, crafted from the bow section of a Merlin Rocket Sailing Dinghy. Please read the article in our News section for further details. Suffice to say, this incredible rocking chair can never be repeated. A Great Marine interior designer piece, but very large!
3433 Chadburns' Whistle Control System - Click for the bigger picture SoldChadburns' Whistle Control System - A fine solid brass example mounted on a turned pine base. Marked Willett-Bruce Trademark and below Whistle Control System. James Willett-Bruce was a maker of electric whistle control apparatus as used on White Star liners Titanic and Olympic and he was also the Superintendent Engineer of the White Star Line and had the final say on equipment used on the WSL fleet. The switch is manufactured by the famous marine maker Chadburns of Liverpool and features a sprung loaded operating lever which flicks back to the off position when not held down. We assume this is a safety device to prevent the whistle being left on inadvertently! A most attractive and unusual item of marine memorabilia. Diameter is 7" (18cm)
2086 Speed, Time & Distance Slide Rule - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpeed, Time & Distance Slide Rule - A Naval slide rule pattern 1448 and marked with a broad arrow. Used by navigating officers to find the time required to run a given distance or to find the speed made good from the time taken to run a known distance. An essential tool in the days before satellite navigation, complete with original operating instructions and card case. It appears to be in good working condition and a great souvenir of times gone by. It measures 12.5" (32cm)
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