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"...
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....
Early 20th century skylight binnacle by John E. Hand & Sons of Philadelphia. Six glass panel, cathedral brass top. Gimbel compass is stamped Hand of Philadelphia, brass bezel is engraved...
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,...
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.
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.
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...
Varnished wooden table with heavy brass porthole top. 24" diameter x 26" high.
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...
Mahogany cocktail table with authentic aluminum porthole top with glass window. Dark finish. Grating shelf. 24 1/2" high x 22" diameter.
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...
George W. Eldridge's Harbor Chart of Provincetown, Mass, copyright 1901. showing the tip of Cape Cod with Nantucket Harbor and Truro. Matted and framed. 31" tall x 24 1/2" wide....
Pair of table lamps from authentic ship's lanterns. Lanterns are made of brass with clear fresnel lenses and red and green filters inside. Anchor finials. The traditional table lamps take...
Ship's lantern by English maker Meteorite with brass maker's badges, glass fresnel lenses and highly polished copper case. Electrified. Unusually large lantern. 14" wide x 24" tall.
Classic antique merchant schooner with old paint. include hatches, cabins, etc... 53 x 20 x 44
Classic pond boat with open keel, raised cabin, sunked cockpit, fin rudder, gaff rigged. 36 x 6 x 32
Fine, early steam launch model with maker's plate from H.E. Boucher. The interior has boiler, engine, tank, prop, shaft, etc... In original varnish with red below the waterline. 37 x...
Highly polished engine order telegraph. Dazzling polish on this spectacular relic. With maker name BENDIX, Brooklyn, New York engraved into faceplates. Faceplates have ship commands: Ahead and Back, also Stand,...
Fine solid brass engine order telegraph. Diminutive size probably places it on a yacht. Faceplate with commands in French and maker's name A Metayer, 135 Rue St. Antaine, Paris. 30"...
Solid brass ship's engine order telegraph with brass faceplates with ship's commands back lit thorugh cut out letters. Faceplates have maker's name BRELCO, 55 Vandam St. New York. 43 1/2"...
Solid brass, polished engine order telegraph by Brelco, 55 Vandam St. New York. With brass faeplates. Ship commands for "Back, Ahead, Stand Full and Flank". From a circa 1940s U.S....
Fine yacht binnacle by John Bliss. Highly polished yacht binnacle with gimbaled brass compass "Star Pathfinder", made in Milton, Mass. Varnished base with a Royal monogram. Hinged door. Four brass...
Rare, Spanish-American War binnacle. Highly polished with inset marine barometer by New York maker Clairmont Nichol. Presentation plate reads: 36" tall x 14" diameter.
Antique dry card boat compass mounted into timber, dovetail box via gimbal. Box ix 5 x 5 x 4. Face is 3" diameter.
Boat compass by Wilcox Crittenden. Brass bezel mounted to a timber, dovetail box by gimbal. Box is 4 3/4 x 3 1/2. Compass face diamtere is 3".
Copper pair of port and starboard lanterns with carry handle and red and blue/green globe lenses. 12 x 9 x 7
Pair of brass port and starboard lanterns wtih red and blue/green fresnel lenses. 4.5 x 4 x 3.25
Copper port and starboard lanterns by Meteor. Red and blue globe lenses with brass badges and carry handles. 10 1/2" high x 6 x 6
Brass anchor light with clear fresnel lens, vented top and carry handle. 13 x 6
Copper port and starboard lanterns with fresnel lenses, red and green filters, brass accents. Carry handles. Brass badges. English manufacturer. 9 x 5 x 6
Ross of London brass telescope on tripod. Barrel is 63" long, fully extended, tripod is 32" high.
Authentic builder's half model of a lobster boat. Constructed of seven lifts. Screwed together with vertical screws coming down through the deck. Mounted to a hardwood backboard. Model dimensions: 16"...
Salesman showroom sample, single draw telescope from the 19th century. Focal tube is engraved C.A. Canti., 30 High Holborn, London" as well as in the engraved price, "4 Pounds, 4...
Brass and copper Post Lantern B, maritime beacon. Lens is cracked and bottom has a dent.
19th century ship's shadow box with an American warship set on a simulated ocean of carved wood. Vessel is flying the American flag. It's hull is marked for twenty-two guns....
Authentic pair of ship's copper port and starboard lanterns. Lanterns have clear fresnel lenses with red and green filters. The lights have been electrified. Rear door slides up, corner back,...
English yacht binnacle by Pascall Atkey of Cowes. Round, varnished mahogany base with brass feet. Hood is solid brass with side burner housing. Compass inside reads "Pascall Atkey & Sons,...
Two-draw spyglass by French maker Bardou & Sons. Black leather barrel, pull out shade. 37" long at full draw. Stamped "Bardou & Sons, Paris, Power 10 Times". c. 1880. ...
18th century spyglass with mahogany barrel, pull out sunshade. Signed Vincit Amor Patria. English. 48" at full draw. c. 1770
Late, 19th century ship's binnacle compass by Negus of New York. Turned, varnished mahogany stand with brass hood stamped "Negus New York". Hood has side burners to illuminate compass inside....
Highly polished wheel on stand. Approx. 40" high stand and 48" wheel diameter.
Rare, 18th century reflecting telescope by Adams of London. Varnished wood barrel, geared focal tube, mounted to a brass tripod with cabriolet legs. 57” long x 2’ high