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Collection of Seven Sculptural Wooden Folk Art Pulley Hooks
All Fashioned from Natural Organically Formed Timber Various Indigenous Hardwoods and Metal Of Varying Dimensions
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Robert Young Antiques
20 X 120 Nikon Binoculars
A pair of Nikon 20 X 120 marine binoculars. Set on a period, extendable oak and polished metal stand. 20X magnification with 120mm objective lenses...
£22,500
Jeroen Markies Art Deco
Set of Admiralty pattern station pointers by Troughton and Simms
A Set of large admiralty pattern brass station pointers by Troughton and Simms, London, New York and Capetown. With silvered calibrated 360 degree ...
£2,200
Wick Antiques Ltd
Edwardian Marine Copper Thermograph by Short & Mason
Edwardian Marine Copper Thermograph, by Short and Mason, London. Eight day drum movement by Smiths, biometric coiled spring linking the recordi...
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Olde Time
Ships Binnacle
Ships Binnacle Ships binnacle with wooden body standing on a later mahogany base supporting the brass casing with glazed aperture to view the ...
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Olde Time
Small Ships Binnicle
Ships Binnacle Ships binnacle with wooden body standing on a later mahogany base supporting the brass casing with glazed aperture to view the ...
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Olde Time
Victorian Carved Cased Barograph by Short and Mason
Large Victorian oak cased Barograph with an ogee shaped carved apron above the double chart drawer with turned knob. ‘Bamboo’ pillars suppo...
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Olde Time
19th Century Vernier Octant by John Todd, London
Vernier Octant by John Todd, London.c.1850 An eleven inch radius vernier octant by John Todd with ebonised wooden frame with inset ivory scale m...
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Olde Time
19th Century Ship's Wheel
19th Century Ship's Wheel A late 19th century oak and mahogany ship's wheel. The wheel has eight turned oak spindles with handles and a h...
£620
Graham Smith Antiques
WILLIAM HARRIS
Pocket Sextant
A rare small early 19th century miniature sextant with a 3" radius,in it's original red leather case.
£2,200
Hansord