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

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Reference Stock Item   Description
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.
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.
PC37
Admiralty Pattern Desk Lamp with Bakelite Shade - Click for the bigger picture SoldAdmiralty Pattern Desk Lamp with Bakelite Shade - This lamp is built to typical Royal Navy specification in solid brass and is fitted with the orignal Bakelite shade. It would originally have been bulkhead mounted, but to make it more suited to life ashore, we have had a brass base added to the original switch box. It has been professionally rewired using appropriate modern wiring and is fitted with a fused 13 amp plug.
702
Trench Art Desk Tidy - Click for the bigger picture SoldTrench Art Desk Tidy - engraved "M. V. Bosphorus (Capt. N.L. Hansen), West African Convoy 1944". Made from brass shell case with turned hardwood base. 11 cm diameter.
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.
2529
White Star Line Sugar Bowl - Click for the bigger picture SoldWhite Star Line Sugar Bowl - Now becoming increasingly hard to find and featuring the WSL pennant to the front and stamped on the base Goldsmith & Silversmith's Company, Regent Street, Regent Plate. Minor service wear, but overall in very good condition Sadly, no provenance on which White Star vessel it came from. 4" high, 6" wide (10 cm. x 15 cm.)
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" (7.5 cm) diameter.
1978
Souvenir from Italian Submarine Tembien - Click for the bigger picture SoldSouvenir from Italian Submarine Tembien - A mounted plaque incorporating metal taken from the submarine made in the shape of a horse shoe. A brass plate is engraved "Part of Italian U Boat rammed by HMS Hermione Captain Oliver, approaching Malta 2-8-41. No survivors". The Cruiser Hermione formed part of the Malta convoy operation "style". On the way she rammed and sank the Tembien south west of Italy. Subsequently, Hermione was torpedoed, returning to Alexandria 16th June, 1942 by German U boat U-205 and sunk with the loss of 87 crew.
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" (9.5 cm)
OC122
Ship's Helm (Ship's wheel) - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Helm (Ship's wheel) - hardwood and chrome on brass fittings, complete with original mount.
OC213
Royal Navy Bosun's Whistle - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Navy Bosun's Whistle - Genuine example, stamped with the broad arrow property mark to bowl and rope lanyard attached. The stem has D866 scratched on it. We assume this was the original owner's identifying mark. Good working order. 4.5" (12 cm.)
OC166
 - Click for the bigger picture Sold - complete with heavy neck chain. Chrome finish - no maker's marks. These whistles were used to "pipe aboard" visiting officers and other dignitaries. 5" (12 cm).
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.
1627
Heavy Bronze Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeavy Bronze Ashtray - cast with dates 1939-1945 H.M. Dockyard, Simons Town (South Africa) with gun boat, cannon and crest in relief on base. 12 cm diameter.
2666
Marine Stilton Scoop - Click for the bigger picture SoldMarine Stilton Scoop - Featuring a cork handle. Manufactured in silver plate, it carries a fouled anchor motif and crown to the roundel. In very good condition - just add stilton and port to complete the set! 10.5" (27 cm.)
1944
19th Century Scrimshaw Ditty Box and Spoons - Click for the bigger picture Sold19th Century Scrimshaw Ditty Box and Spoons - A superb sailor made set which was found in an original seaman's chest. The oval shaped ditty box is engraved with the initials T.M. and an "S" surrounded by a heart. It is dated 1883. This is accompanied by two spoons of early form which are engraved on the handles with the initials T.M. and it would appear that the set has been carved by the same hand. Sadly, we don't know who T.M. was and can only surmise that "S" was his sweetheart or wife. Genuine scrimshaw is now very scarce and this unique grouping is a fine example of sailors' art. Box measures 3.5" (8.5 cm.) and spoons measure 8" (20 cm.) and 4.5" (11 cm.)
2741
HMS Ark Royal Brass Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldHMS Ark Royal Brass Plaque - Named to J & E Hall Ltd. and was originally attached to cooling machinery on the "Ark". While we cannot be absolutely sure, we believe this came from the Aircraft Carrier of 36, 800 tons, launched in 1950 and broken up in 1980. 5" x 2.5" (13 cm. x 6.5 cm.)
2743
HMS Ark Royal Copper Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldHMS Ark Royal Copper Ashtray - A nice example featuring the famous "Ark" crest to the centre, cast in relief. HMS Ark Royal was an Aircraft Carrier, launched in 1937 and was sunk by U.81 off Gibraltar 14-11-41. 4" (10 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)
OC40
Chelsea Ship's Clock - Click for the bigger picture SoldChelsea Ship's Clock - Manufactured by Chelsea Clock Co. Boston. Mounted in Bakelite case with screw down bezel. Very clean dial and high quality 7 day movement. Just serviced and cleaned and comes with 1 year guarantee. Excellent time keeper. 20 cm.
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