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

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1818 English Pewter Tankard - Click for the bigger picture SoldEnglish Pewter Tankard - engraved to front RMS Andes. Built in 1939 at 27, 000 tons and used as a troop ship in WWII. She had the distinction of carrying exiled King Haakon and the Royal Family of Norway back home after liberation. Very good condition. 3.75" (9.5cm) high.
1336 Union Castle Line Ice Cream Bowl - Click for the bigger picture SoldUnion Castle Line Ice Cream Bowl - nicely stamped with the company logo. Stainless steel, with heavy base. Sheffield made. 3" (7.5cm) diameter.
1500 Copper Barge Kettle - Click for the bigger picture SoldCopper Barge Kettle - the wide base was designed to give greater stability on-board ship. 8.25" (21cm) high.
1166 Small Ceramic Bowl - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Ceramic Bowl - named on base to British and Commonwealth Lines. 2.4" (6cm) diameter.
1170 Desk Tidy - Click for the bigger picture SoldDesk Tidy - Desk Tidy in the shape of a Ship’s Boiler, named to Yarrow Shipbuilders of Glasgow. Makers of boilers to "The Latest P & O Liners". Embossed picture of Flotilla Leader SS Dubrovnik. Some paint loss. 4" (10cm)
240 Semaphore Flags - Click for the bigger picture SoldSemaphore Flags - A pair of Semaphore Flags on wooden poles.
108 Pine Seaman's Chest - Click for the bigger picture SoldPine Seaman's Chest - pine, with original paintwork, rope handles and early hinges.
602 Seaman's Chest - Click for the bigger picture SoldSeaman's Chest - original, in polished pine, 37" x 14.5" x 14.5" (94cm x 37cm x 37cm). Original lock but lacking key, replacement rope/leather handles fitted.
OC33 Brass Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldBrass Ashtray - embossed with Royal Naval crest and named to HMS Caledonia. HMS Caledonia was a shore establishment based at Rosyth, Scotland and was used for engine room artificer training. We are advised by an ex engine room artificer this piece would have been made as part of the 3 year training programme. TS Caledonia was destroyed by fire in 1939 and the trainees were evacuated to the Isle of White. 14cm diameter.
OC61 Souvenir Tray - Click for the bigger picture SoldSouvenir Tray - made from aluminium, named to Cunard Adventurer 29cm x 15cm.
OC96 Presentation Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldPresentation Plaque - named to USS Atlanta SSN712 Resurgens. Reverse reads: “Presented to Flag Officer Sea Training Radm J M Webster.
594 Brass Engine Room Plaques - Click for the bigger picture SoldBrass Engine Room Plaques - on oak display board. These were removed from Battle Cruiser HMS Tiger, launched 1944.
OC65 Naval Ship's Plaques - Click for the bigger picture SoldNaval Ship's Plaques - All these plaques have now been sold. We do however have other examples just in. Please apply for further details and prices.
OC141 Ship's Ashtray - HMS Sheffield - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Ashtray - HMS Sheffield - in copper named to HMS Sheffield with Ship’s Crest cast in centre. The Sheffield was launched in 1936 and fought with distinction in WWII. Diameter 3.75” (9.5cm)
940 Kriegsmarine Schwimveste Life Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldKriegsmarine Schwimveste Life Jacket - as used by U Boat and E Boat crews. In superb condition with inflation tube and gas bottle. Dated 1939. A rare and collectable item of WWII memorabilia.
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!
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.
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