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

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PC31 WWII Chief Petty Officer's Cap - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII Chief Petty Officer's Cap - in navy blue felt, leather head band and original King’s Crown Naval badge. Some age wear to visor but overall very good original condition. Medium size.
1011 English Pewter Tankard engraved RMS Atlantis - Click for the bigger picture SoldEnglish Pewter Tankard engraved RMS Atlantis - a ship which was built in 1913 as Andes and served as an Armed Cruiser in WWI - she was renamed Atlantis 1929. Used as Emigrant ship to Australia and New Zealand post war, then scrapped 1952.
PC34 SS Tahiti Memorabilia - Click for the bigger picture SoldSS Tahiti Memorabilia - grouping named to a survivor of the sinking of SS Tahiti. This ship belonging to the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand sank August 15th 1930. Included is a piece of fabric cut from a Tahiti Lifebelt, signed by officers and crew of the Tahiti and the SS Ventura who rescued them from the ocean. Also included are 24 original photographs of the sinking, a cable confirming passenger Lilly rescued, a related newspaper article, a menu and other ephemera.
1457 Royal Mail Steam Packet Company Memorabilia - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Mail Steam Packet Company Memorabilia - grouping that relates to Commodore W.E. Smith DSO RD RNR of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company. Included is Commodore Smith’s visor cap with fine badge, his brass belt buckle, a badge and button. Commodore Smith had an illustrious career serving his apprenticeship on the clipper Cutty Sark and was on board in 1885 when she broke the speed record from Sydney to London. The lot includes original letters, newspaper cuttings, a copy of Smith’s Master’s Certificate and related ephemera.
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.
1499 Chrome Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldChrome Ashtray - with red cross, anchor and sword motif with cast legend "Service de Sante Forces Francaises en Allemagne". Diameter 4.25" (11cm)
1520 Naval Captain's Hat - Click for the bigger picture SoldNaval Captain's Hat - British Merchant Naval Captain's, or Commodore's, Service Cap. Nice badge and plenty of "scrambled egg" on the visor! Medium size.
1184 WWII Kreigsmarine Seamanís Shirt and Collar - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII Kreigsmarine Seamanís Shirt and Collar - complete with original KM breast eagle, Obergefrieter, rank chevrons and trade badge Schreiber Laufbahn (clerical). Nicely stamped with owner’s name Christiansen and stamped B.A.K. 12.11.28. (Proof mark). Excellent original condition.
1405 Shipping Company Teaspoon - Click for the bigger picture SoldShipping Company Teaspoon - with quality enamel picture of the SS President Lincoln at sea under full steam, incorporating the shipping line flag on the handle with laurel leaf decoration. Length 3.75” (9.5cm)
1406 Silver Teaspoon named to SS Rumuera - Click for the bigger picture SoldSilver Teaspoon named to SS Rumuera - of the New Zealand Shipping Company. Hallmarked Birmingham 1915. Rumuera was built in 1911 and served with NZSC until she was torpedoed off Scotland in 1940.
1318 Oak Carved Picture Frame - Click for the bigger picture SoldOak Carved Picture Frame - set in a lifebelt that carries the legend "Ancona" and "1944-45". This is surrounded by a carved relief of laurel leaves featuring a King's Crown and the words "Royal Navy". Ancona is a seaport on the Adriatic coast of Italy - a strategically important location in WWII. Top to Bottom 5.5” (14cm)
571 Admiralty Pattern Cherub Ship's Log - Click for the bigger picture SoldAdmiralty Pattern Cherub Ship's Log - by Thomas Walker of Birmingham. This, a fine example issued to the Royal Navy, is complete with the original deckbox, instructions and gauge to record distance travelled. It even has the second spare rotator sealed in its original packaging! All that is missing is the lubricating oil. In near mint condition.
942 Ship's Engine Room RPM and Propeller Shaft Revolution Count - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Engine Room RPM and Propeller Shaft Revolution Count - by Chadburns. Bulkhead mounted, believe ex-Royal Navy, 32cm diameter.
472 US Navy B.U. Ship's Binoculars - Click for the bigger picture SoldUS Navy B.U. Ship's Binoculars - by Baush & Lomb, Rochester, U.S.A. Dated 1940 & British Ministry Broad Arrow stamp. 7 x 50, no case.
948 Sail Maker's Large Parcelling Mallet - Click for the bigger picture SoldSail Maker's Large Parcelling Mallet - oak handle, beach head, 30cm.
949 Sail Makerís Medium Parcelling Mallet - Click for the bigger picture SoldSail Makerís Medium Parcelling Mallet - polished hardwood, 27cm.
950 Sail Makerís Small Parcelling Mallet - Click for the bigger picture SoldSail Makerís Small Parcelling Mallet - in mahogany, 15 cm.
1014 Boat Builderís Level - Click for the bigger picture SoldBoat Builderís Level - in brass and mahogany. These were used by boat builders to gauge the correct angle of cut on hull planking. A decorative and unusual piece. 30 cm in folded position.
1085 Seth Thomas SoldSeth Thomas "Convoy" Clock - sometimes called a "Zig Zag" clock - this rare example dates from the early 20th century. Originally the electrical connector on the hand (now absent) completed a circuit which sounded a bell. Every time the bell rang the helmsman would change course (therefore "Zig Zag") to reduce the risk of U-Boat attack. The clock was designed without a bezel or glass - a replacement dial has now been fitted and the 30 hour movement serviced. A real collector’s clock!
1175 Smiths 8 Day SoldSmiths 8 Day "Convoy" Clock - by Kelvin Hughes of WWII vintage. While the original wiring is incomplete, the electrical contact ring is in place. The clock is mounted on a crude, yet correct, wooden box which is complete with the buzzer. The metal case is finished in battleship grey with the code SL.68 written on the reverse. This is the most complete example of a "Zig Zag" clock that we have had – many ended their days at the bottom of the North Atlantic! The movement has been cleaned and is in good running order.
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