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

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OC102 Small Ship's Opening Porthole - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Ship's Opening Porthole - in brass. 10" diameter (25cm), original glass.
390 Large Ship's Opening Porthole - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge Ship's Opening Porthole - in brass. 14" diameter (36cm), very heavy with original glass but lacking deadlight.
413 Large Ship's Window with opening light - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge Ship's Window with opening light - Solid brass with original armoured glass. 27.5" x 21.5" (70cm x 55 cm). Very heavy!
279 Ship's Triton Portable Foghorn - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Triton Portable Foghorn - in elm, brass & leather. Manufactured by Alldays & Onion, Birmingham c. 1880. This item to be featured on a forthcoming edition of Bargain Hunt!
349 Walkers Log Spinner - Click for the bigger picture SoldWalkers Log Spinner - in polished brass, complete with original cordage and metal connector.
726 Folding Yacht Propeller - Click for the bigger picture SoldFolding Yacht Propeller - in brass. When under sail the blades fold in to reduce drag through the water.
643 Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) Maker's Plate - Click for the bigger picture SoldMotor Torpedo Boat (MTB) Maker's Plate - for MTB No. 769, dated 1943, together with Ship’s Klaxon mounted on heavy mahogany base and a framed picture of her sister ship complete with history.
551 Fine 6 Spoke Ship's Wheel - Click for the bigger picture SoldFine 6 Spoke Ship's Wheel - in varnished oak with solid brass hub and trim. This wheel was fitted on a London Tug boat. A quality wheel in a good size. Diameter - 30" (76 cm)
1396 Large 8 Spoke Ship's Wheel - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge 8 Spoke Ship's Wheel - in polished mahogany. Heavy brass hub and fittings. Brass thimble on king post to indicate to the helmsman the neutral rudder position. A heavy wheel probably dating from the 1950’s. The actual vessel is unknown but likely to be a working boat of some description. Diameter - 36" (92 cm)
1020 Fishing Boat's Name Board 'Drifter' - Click for the bigger picture SoldFishing Boat's Name Board 'Drifter' - Varnished mahogany with some wear to varnish. Length - 14” (36 cm)
1338 Heavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - named to "Tigris" mounted on a shield with crenellated device. Original paintwork (some wear). We have had no opportunity, yet, to research this item, however we are advised that "Tigris" was a tank landing craft. Height - 6" (15 cm)
1339 Heavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - named to "Zara" mounted on a shield with crenellated device. Original paintwork. As above, we are advised that "Zara" was tank landing craft. Height - 6" (15 cm)
1340 Heavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeavy Cast Brass Ship's Badge - named to "Timsah" mounted on a shield with crenellated device. Original paintwork. So far unresearched.
731 Ship's Name Board - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Name Board - removed from the starboard bridge area of HMS Diamond - a Royal Navy Destroyer built on the Clyde by John Brown, launched 14th June 1950 - the last of her Class to be built. After a full service career with the Navy, she was scrapped in 1980. Brass lettering on a mahogany mount. Length - 51" (130 cm)
1445 Large, Quality Brass Ship's Bell - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge, Quality Brass Ship's Bell - with original clapper and bell rope. The bell is unnamed, has a wonderful patina, and is ready for many more years' service on land, or sea. Height - 10.5" (27 cm)
1186 Solid Brass Ship's Helm - Click for the bigger picture SoldSolid Brass Ship's Helm - from the RNLI Rhyl Lifeboat - complete with cog for the chain drive. A decorative wheel which, no doubt, has had a most exciting service career. Diameter - 16" (40 cm
966 Throttle Lever and Mount - Click for the bigger picture SoldThrottle Lever and Mount - from a motor launch probably dating to the 1920's. Solid brass with Bakelite handle which screws down to lock the throttle. Excellent original condition and ready to be refitted on your classic boat! Length - 8" (21 cm)
517 Gimballed Wardroom Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldGimballed Wardroom Lamp - Admiralty pattern, wall or desk mounting, heavy brass construction.
103 Wardroom Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldWardroom Lamp - Admiralty pattern Wardroom Lamp, heart shaped gimbal, heavy brass construction, c. 1914.
OC30 Copper Port Rigging Lantern - Click for the bigger picture SoldCopper Port Rigging Lantern - converted for mains electricity.
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