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

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695 French Colonial Service Keipi - Click for the bigger picture SoldFrench Colonial Service Keipi - in burgundy, black & gold. Maker's label Tailleur-Couturier Peris, Marseille. We understand this would have been worn by a Lieutenant Colonel Doctor of Medicine. In excellent original condition.
1015 Book Ends - Click for the bigger picture SoldBook Ends - carved treen, made from timbers taken from the Battle Ship HMS Warspite wrecked in Prussia Cove, Cornwall 1947, complete with brass plaque 20cm high. Decorative, historical and useful!
1034 Salt Pot - Click for the bigger picture SoldSalt Pot - fine quality, complete with blue glass interior and spoon, embossed with the Pacific & Orient (P&O) Line Crest. Very heavy to prevent sliding on the saloon table. 6cm diameter.
1035 P&O Line Sugar Shaker - Click for the bigger picture SoldP&O Line Sugar Shaker - made for Pacific & Orient by quality London makers Mappin & Webb, embossed on the base with P&O crest. Some service wear but overall good condition. Height 16cm.
124 Fine Ship's Compass - Click for the bigger picture SoldFine Ship's Compass - on gimbals, in hardwood deck box, manufactured by the quality New York makers T S & J D Negus.
796 Royal Navy Telescope - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Navy Telescope - used by the Officer of the Watch, single draw, by W. Ottway, London. Broad Arrow stamped, dated 1941. Very clear optics with leather lens hood.
963 Large Hardwood Fid - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge Hardwood Fid - used by sailors to assist the twisting and splicing of rigging lines, 50cm.
971 Seth Thomas Ship's Clock - Click for the bigger picture SoldSeth Thomas Ship's Clock - manufactured in the USA, dating from about 1900. The 8" (20cm) dial is not signed, but the 30 hour movement is. It features a black metal case with heavy cast brass bezel with beveled glass. Recently serviced, in good working order.
309 Smiths Astral Convoy Clock - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmiths Astral Convoy Clock - also known as a Zig Zag clock, painted metal case, 8 day movement, WWII vintage.
OC98 Heavy Brass Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeavy Brass Plaque - 8" x 6" (20cm x 15cm), named to USS Severn and marked with the ship's number AO-61. Details various ships on a relief of the world. USS Severn was launched in 1944 and earned two battle stars from WWII.
688 Man Overboard Buoy - Click for the bigger picture SoldMan Overboard Buoy - with Strobe Light used to mark crew members who had the misfortune to fall over the ship's rail!
912 Laminated Wooden Propeller - Click for the bigger picture SoldLaminated Wooden Propeller - from RAF Air Sea Rescue Launch. This was built in WWII as a prototype design but never went into production. Brass number on blade 677, 112cm diameter. Ex-museum display, probably unique. Very decorative in waxed and polished pine.
934 Elm Rigging Block - Click for the bigger picture SoldElm Rigging Block - with hardwood pulley wheel and metal hook.
OC44 Royal Navy Rum Pump - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Navy Rum Pump - in copper & brass. Late 19th century, used for drawing daily rum ration from the keg. 101cm.
679 Small Oak Fitted Tobacco Box - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Oak Fitted Tobacco Box - with Royal Naval Crest applied to lid.
PC32 Slouch Cap - Click for the bigger picture SoldSlouch Cap - Naval style, in navy with faded trim to visor and naval badge. Purchased from same family as PC31 and surmise may have been used for off duty yachting. Loads of character!
1521 Able Seaman's Uniform Hat - Click for the bigger picture SoldAble Seaman's Uniform Hat - British Royal Naval, with tally to HMS Heron. Named inside to I.R. McMunn. Large size.
1297 Gun Metal Tankard - Click for the bigger picture SoldGun Metal Tankard - made out of scrap salvaged from the battleship HMS Rodney, launched in 1925, 38, 000 tons. She served with distinction in WWII, was directly involved in the sinking of the Bismarck 1941 and the D Day landings in 1944. Engraved on the base with original owner's name E.M.S. Windridge. Height 4.25" (10cm)
1298 Gun Metal Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldGun Metal Ashtray - made out of scrap salvaged from HMS Revenge - built in 1915. She took part in the Battle of Jutland and in the early part of WWII - she was finally scrapped in 1948. Diameter 4.5" (11.5cm)
618 Ship's Teak Wheel - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Teak Wheel - complete with bulkhead mounting and brass fittings. 22" (54cm) diameter. This wheel is from a London launch used on the river Thames c.1930
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