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Rare Early English Marine Ivory Lottery or Teetotum Gambling Ball
A Rare Early English Marine Ivory Lottery or Teetotum Gambling Ball carved on 24 sides with numbers 1 to 24 Old smooth creamy patina Late 17th ...
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Finch & Co
Sailor’s Marine Bone Silk-Winder
The turned bone cage spool mounts onto a table with a G-clamp with thumbscrew. Some of this work was done by Napoleonic prisoners of war aboard pri...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Rare Antique Pair of Unusually Large Narwhal Marine Tusks ' Monodon Monoceros ...
Rare Pair of Unusually Large Scale Narwhal Tusks in Excellent Condition having an Excellent Natural Patina . Note the Impressive Provenance .
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Michael Lipitch Limited
Whalebone and whale tooth marine cane
Whale bone and whale tooth cane belonging to Captain Phillip Ernest Viney of Swanage who died on the Western Front in 1914. Imperial war museum.
Greengrass Antiques
Pair of Teakwood Candlesticks using wood from the Royal Yacht HMS Renown
Brass Drip pans to concave turned candle sockets over tapered bobbin turned columns to moulded domed circular bases. Bear brass labels ‘Made from...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Mahogany Cased & Brass Mounted Telescope
Four draw with lens cap and sliding lens cover to the eye piece. Probably part of a military officer's kit. English, circa 1830 - 1870 Length 8...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Oak, Naval, Lidded and Coopered Cask
The boarded lid with brass ring handle over cask with brass bands, probably intended as an apple barrel on board ship. English, circa 1850 - 1890 ...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
elegant marine ivory walking stick
Marine ivory walking stick
Fully Rigged Model of a Shore Based Naval Flagpole
Flying from the carved gaff arm is a national ensign of the French tricolour. The moulded plinth base is of teak inlaid with boxwood and has a set ...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Whalebone Nautical Cane or Walking Stick
Silver metal capped (not hallmarked). The tapering cane of well-figured and patinated marine ivory. Possibly made by a sailor on a whaling ship whi...
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Marine ivory walking stick
A good example of a 19th century walking stick
Marine Ivory and Whalebone Cane
Nicely carved and decorated whaler made cane. The whale tooth knop in the form of a fist, joined to the whalebone shaft with whale ivory and baleen...
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Winfield Antique Canes
Padouk and Bronze Mounted Ship’s Wheel
English, circa 1900 Diameter 23” (58cm) Stock No. 9124 Price: £695 SALE PRICE: £495
Baggott Church Street Ltd
Model Patent Anchor
A model of a Wasteney Smith improved pattern anchor made entirely in bronze. The shank is rectangular in section and tapers to a rounded top to whi...
Walker Depth Finder
A cased Walker's "Harpoon" II depth finder. 0-30 fathoms. By Thomas Walker & Son Ltd, 58 Oxford St, Birmingham, England.
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Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Silver nef by Berthold Muller
An elaborate silver nef by Berthold Muller; the twin masted nef with a crew of 8 and resting on elaborate wheels. This Nef was made in Nassau and b...
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Reindeer Antiques Ltd