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

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Ship's Clock in Heavy Brass Case - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Clock in Heavy Brass Case - silver dial with second hand and fast/slow time adjuster. Repair marks to back of case indicating 1939 and 1954, so we would date this clock to the 1930's. Recently serviced, in excellent working order. 17 cm (7").
Small Ship's Opening Porthole - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Ship's Opening Porthole - in brass. 10" diameter (25 cm), original glass.
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)
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)
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)
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)
Copper Port Rigging Lantern - Click for the bigger picture SoldCopper Port Rigging Lantern - converted for mains electricity.
Large Ship's Masthead Electric Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge Ship's Masthead Electric Lamp - in brass & copper. Marked JSE4 5925. Minor chips on prismatic lens. 31 cm x 30 cm.
Candle Lantern - Click for the bigger picture SoldCandle Lantern - in original condition, complete with internal reflector and wooden insulation handle. C.1945.
Triton Ship's Foghorn - Click for the bigger picture SoldTriton Ship's Foghorn - elm and brass, made by Alldays & Onion, Birmingham, c. 1880.
Ship's Lifeboat Binnacle - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Lifeboat Binnacle - complete with gimballed mounted compass, oil lamp and burner. Compass marked SC3837. Some old repairs which adds to the character as has obviously had significant service use.
Ditty-Box - Click for the bigger picture SoldDitty-Box - sailors' issue, circa 1914, made in pine. These boxes were issued to all RN sailors to store their personal possessions, letters, etc. This one is interesting as it retains a brass plaque indicating that the original owner was one W J Shipp, Musician.
Optical Telebearing Gun Sight - Click for the bigger picture SoldOptical Telebearing Gun Sight - No.10 Mk I. Dated 1943. Used on 25 pounders. Very clear optics. Original paint finish.
Ship in a Bottle - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip in a Bottle - sailor made, three masted schooner named Iris with steam tug & diorama background, c. late 19th century.
Ship's Binnacle - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Binnacle - ex RN, containing a sprung damped compass. Marked 6605-41-460-642B. Oil lamp housing to side (lacking burner), mounted on an oak display board.
Ship's Binnacle - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Binnacle - with gimballed mounted compass marked SC1526. This instrument is of a type used in a ship's lifeboat and probably dates from c.1950 and is near perfect condition but lacking oil lamp burner.
Ship's Brass Heel Indicator - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Brass Heel Indicator - A.E.W. Mk I pat. 135584. In polished brass on oak display board. Used to measure degree of list to ensure even weight distribution.
Binnacle Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldBinnacle Lamp - complete with original oil burner. Used to light compass card at night. 19th century.
Sailing Ship's Pennant - Click for the bigger picture SoldSailing Ship's Pennant - with puffin motif against red background. Other naval, national and signal flags available. Ask for details.
White Star Liner Majestic Drawing - Click for the bigger picture SoldWhite Star Liner Majestic Drawing - original ink drawing of the White Star Liner Majestic entering port. Dated & signed by J. McCreesh, 1929.
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