Finely engineered ship captain's spyglass with geared focal tube. Plumb bomb to properly balance floor tripod. Excellent crisp optics. Ebony stained tripod. 30x(power) 60mm achromatic objective lens (fully coated and...
Chrome plated cocktail shaker with removable top and strainer. With details including railing windows. 14" tall x 5" wide.
Fine pair of chrome plated yacht cabin lanterns. With protective cages, carry handles, reflectors by A. Ward Hendrickson. 19 1/2" tall x 8 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" deep.
Steam yacht "Alva" searchlight owned by William Kissam Vanderbilt for his yacht of the same name. We have a signed letter of authentication from a Vanderbilt heir. With protective bars,...
Chrome plated yacht binnacle with gimbaled compass by Bergen Nautik. With thick mahogany base deeply carved with rope border. Some wear to chrome on top. 18 x 13 x 14....
Large pair of outstanding chrome plated deck ventilator cowls. Nicely polished. 12" tall x 7" deep x 8" wide.
Highly polished pair of winches with internal gears. 5" high x 6" diameter
Chelsea ship's bell clock and barometer set mounted to a wood base. Nickel plated over solid brass cases. Four inch faces. 14 1/2 x 4 x 7" tall.
Fine, old yachting relic with gimbaled compass by John Hand. Binnacle is electrified and mounted to a hardwood base with maker's plate form John Hand & Sons Nautical Instruments. 10"...
Chrome yacht binnacle with dry card, gimbaled compass by Ritchie. Glass window. Removable hood. 14" high x 8 1/2" diameter.
Rare, Spanish-American War binnacle. Highly polished binnacle with inset marine barometer by New York maker Clairmont Nichol. Presentation plate reads: "Binnacle of the Spanish Armored Cruiser Visc? Beached July 30...
Exquisite brass binnacle with ship's wheel mounted on front. H 45 in. x W 21.5 in. x D 10 in.
The Corsair IV of 1930 was a private steam yacht owned by J. Pierpont Morgan, jr. The model is mounted into a glass and brass display case and has numerous...
Private steam yacht of J. Pierpont Morgan, Corsair in brass and glass display case with custom wooden table stand. Many fine details include capstan, helm, binnacle, winch, funnel, lifeboats, portholes,...
Coast Guard vessel "Relief" was launched in 1950 as WAL 605. She began service at the lightstation "Overfalls" at the entrance to Delaware Bay, serving until 1960, when the station...
Ligthship Overfalls was launched in 1938 as LV 118. Built in East Boothbay, Maine, Overfalls was stationed at Cornfield Point, Connecticut from 1938-1957; Cross Rip, Massachusetts from 1958-1962 and Boston...
Six foot carved fish with fins, gills, mouth, etc... Drilled so that it can be hung with a rope. 68" long x 23" at highest x 3" deep.
Finely carved wood fish from England. Painted finish with written details describing parts of fish. 48" long x 21" at highest.
The Galway Lobster Fisheries trade sign with carved lobster and arched top. 39" wide x 26" tall.
Outstanding model by noted ship model builder William Hitchcock of the bomb ketch Spitfire. Six cannon are rigged to the deck with block and tackle. A large turret gun is...
Exquisite plank on frame model by William Hitchcock of the twelve-gun brig of war "Nautilus". Exposed ribs below the waterline show the method of construction. Twelve cannon are rigged to...
Exquisite ship model by William Hitchcock of the United States naval brig "Washington". The model displays exceptional cabin work. The plan on frame hull has exposed ribs showing the method...
Sleek model of the U.S. Naval topsail schooner "Alert" by noted ship model builder William Hitchcock. Plank on frame construction with exposed ribs. Sleek hull carries a large swivel gun...
Cased model by William Hitchcock of the American Whaleship Kate Cory. With copper sheathed hull, four fully equipped whaleboats hang from davits. Deck details include tryworks, hatches, workbench. Mounted into...
Cased model of the American war brig "Fair American". The deck carries fourteen guns, well rigged with standing and running cords. Mounted into a custom glass display case with separate...
Varnished wood table with grating shelf and brass porthole top. 21" tall x 35" long x 28" deep.
Brass engine room telegraph with commands “hard left”, “hard right”, “steady”, “course” etc. Telegraph has one face-plate and brass handle. Mounted on a spun wooden base. No chimes. 51” H x...
Ten-spoke oak ship's wheel from the clipper ship era, brass trim ring, iron hub. 60" diameter.
Varnished wooden table with heavy brass porthole top. 24" diameter x 26" high.
Lighthouse beacon on custom stand. 54" high, overall. Beacon is 34" high. Diameter of light is 15". Electrified.
Mark III ship's binnacle by Hezzanith. Mark III ship's binnacle by Hezzanith. With wooden stand and brass hood, port and starboard magnets, brass arms, wet compass and rear chart tube....
Chadburn engine room telegraph with highly polished finish. Double faceplates have complete ahead and astern commands. 16" deep, 15" face diameter x 48" tall.
Bistro table with authentic porthole window top. Mahogany stand with ship's grating shelf. Dark finish. Top diameter is 24". Overall height is 41".
Double faced engine room telegraph by JW Ray & Co. of Liverpool | London. Highly polished finish. Faceplates show complete ahead and astern commands. 50" tall with handles up x...
Hammerhead style, double faced, engine room telegraph by Siemen's Brother's Co. of London. Complete ahead and astern commands. 49" tall with handle. 17" wide x 16" deep. Heavy.
Bistro table with authentic aluminum porthole top. Glass window, dark finish. Grating shelf. 39" high x 26" top diameter.
Solid brass engine order telegraph by A. Robinson of Liverpool and Glasgow. Faceplate has full ahead and astern commands. 51" tall with handle x 12" deep with an 18" face...
Solid brass, double faced engine room telegraph by Chadburns of Liverpool. 44" tall x 11" deep x 8" diameter. Black face shows full ahead and astern commands. Double handle. Highly...
Original black and white photograph of J. Pierpont Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943). Matted and framed. 14 1/2 x 12 1/2
Historic original black and white photograph of Avocette III by Rosenfeld. Matted and framed. 13 1/2 x 15 1/2
Historic black and white photograph of schooner Malabar X designed by John Alden. Matted and framed. 13 x 15 1/2
Original photograph of a crew on deck of a yacht. Matted and framed. 12 1/2 x 14 1/2.
Original black and white press photo from a 1937 America's Cup trial between Ranger and Endeavour II off of Newport, Rhode Island. 12 x 14
Original historic black and white photograph of the crew on deck of the Ticonderoga of New York. Matted and framed. 13" x 15 1/2".
Cotton signal flag from the International Code of Signals representing the letter S for "Sierra" meaning: "I am operating astern propulsion." Flag is matted and framed. Approximately 30" x 27"....
Framed International Code of Signals flag representing the letter "L" for "Lima" meaning: In harbour: "The ship is quarantined." At sea: "You should stop your vessel instantly." Cotton flag is...
Model of the America's Cup yacht "Defender" winner of the 1895 race, defeating Valkyrie III. The New York Yacht Club yacht was built and designed by Herreshoff for railroad magnate...
Model of the 1903 3-masted schooner yacht "Atlantic". Built at the Townsend and Downey shipyard of New York from a design by William Gardner commissioned by New York Yacht Club...
Five-foot ship's wheel with brass maker's badge from American Engineering Company, Philadelphia, PA with heavy brass hub.
Framed nautical flag. International code of signals for the letter P, otherwise known as The Blue Peter sharing two meanings: In harbour: All persons should report on board as the...