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

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Ship's Copper Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Copper Ashtray - Designed with a wide weighted base so as to remain steady on a rolling ship. This example has a presentation brass plaque to front which unfortunately is mostly unreadable due to years of polishing, with the exception of the date, 27/1/44. 21 cm
Ships Plaques mounted on display block - Click for the bigger picture SoldShips Plaques mounted on display block - A mixed selection of 6 original ship's plaques including a maker's plate named to Drysdale & Co., Yoker, Glasgow. The remaining plaques were probably mounted on the ship's doors and are named Deck Workshop, Boat Gear Store, No. 4 Deck Store, and No.1 Air Con RM. Display mounted on a hardwood block and possibly removed when the ship was broken up.
Lifeboat Binnacle in Brass - Click for the bigger picture SoldLifeboat Binnacle in Brass - Complete with fitted Sestrel compass, mounted in gimbals and numbered 4108. The instrument is complete with removable light box which still has the original oil lamp burner. It is mounted on a wooden display base and probably dates from the 1950's. In excellent original condition. 22 cm high excluding handle.
Kreigsmarine WWII Binoculars by Carl Zeiss - Click for the bigger picture SoldKreigsmarine WWII Binoculars by Carl Zeiss - D.F. 7 x 50 for coastal artillery use. Numbered 5861, nicely stamped with KM Eagle and Swastika. In very good condition - fitted with the original rain guard, button and neck strap. No case.
Royal Navy Torpedo Rudder Adjusting Tool - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Navy Torpedo Rudder Adjusting Tool - A brass gauge slide in original fitted deck box for adjusting the horizontal rudders on various different types of RN and FAA torpedoes. Broad arrow marked and stamped 4/45 and 12/64. Excellent original condition.
Ship's Pennant and Signal Flags - Click for the bigger picture SoldShip's Pennant and Signal Flags - Comprising a white signal pennant with red circle signifying the code no. 1, a yellow and blue example signifying no. 5 and an unidentified house flag in red and yellow with the sewn letters BLC. All in excellent condition. Can sell individually if requested.
Marine Loud Hailer - Click for the bigger picture SoldMarine Loud Hailer - A solid brass example used for marine communications at sea or by rowing coaches along the tow path at Henley! Excellent original condition. 30 cm.
White Star Line Cake Fork - Click for the bigger picture SoldWhite Star Line Cake Fork - embossed with star to handle and stamped Elkington Plate on reverse. Small, but collectable, example of White Star memorabilia. 15.5 cm (6").
Caulking Iron - Click for the bigger picture SoldCaulking Iron - Used in conjunction with a caulking mallet for pushing rope fibre into the seams between deck and hull planking. The seams were then treated with tar to form a (fairly) watertight seal. 17 cm.
Sea Captain Model - Click for the bigger picture SoldSea Captain Model - Depicting a merchant marine captain in uniform with visor cap standing before the ship's compass. It is finished in chrome on a metal base. No maker's marks but a quality original item - ideal for the captain in your life!
Large Ship's Opening Porthole - Click for the bigger picture SoldLarge Ship's Opening Porthole - in brass. 14" diameter (36 cm), very heavy with original glass but lacking deadlight.
Small Ceramic Bowl - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Ceramic Bowl - named on base to British and Commonwealth Lines. 2.4" (6 cm) diameter.
Chadburn Ltd. Ship's Clock - Click for the bigger picture SoldChadburn Ltd. Ship's Clock - A quality clock with a Smith's Astral 7 day movement, mounted in heavy brass case, bezel and bevelled glass. The original dial is named to Chadburns Ltd. Liverpool with nice patination. Just serviced and cleaned and comes with a 1 year guarantee. 23 cm.
Port and Starboard Navigation Lamps - Click for the bigger picture SoldPort and Starboard Navigation Lamps - Copper with brass trim. Minor service wear but excellent overall condition. Bulb fittings in place. 12 cm.
 - Click for the bigger picture Sold - stamped with 19 and 1:100, 000 together with a glass map overlay (minor chip), with 13mm grid squares. Both items are reported to have been removed from a captured Kreigsmarine U Boat by the commander of a Landing Craft in 1945.
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.
Souvenir Tray - Click for the bigger picture SoldSouvenir Tray - made from aluminium, named to Cunard Adventurer 29 cm x 15 cm.
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" (70 cm x 55 cm). Very heavy!
Marine Sextant by Cary of London - Click for the bigger picture SoldMarine Sextant by Cary of London - numbered 2499, in fitted mahogany box. Silvered inlaid scale, 0 -160 degrees, magnifier to vernier with opaque glass, fine screw adjustment and hard wood handle. Fitted with 7 shades and mirror, complete with siting and astral telescopes, but third scope missing. With test certificate to lid, issued by National Physical Laboratories of Teddington. Professionally restored and polished. Box size 25 cm (10").
Hosum Star Globe by H. Hughes of London - Click for the bigger picture SoldHosum Star Globe by H. Hughes of London - the brass ring is engraved HH & S and numbered 4354; the globe is dated for the 1920 Epoch. These globes were used by the ship's navigator, in conjunction with his sextant, to plot the ship's position at night. In modern times of satellite navigation this is a timely and decorative reminder of days gone by. The instrument has been restored and polished and is mounted in a fitted deck box. Part of the globe has been water damaged, but this can be rotated "below decks", so still makes a great display item. Box size 27 cm (10.5").
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