Highly polished copper ships lantern by Davey of London. Approved by the ministry of transport. Hinged top. Electrified for home use. Fresnel glass lenses. Heavy carry handle. Outstanding. Circa 1954. Davey is a venerable lantern maker, building fabulous sturdy ships lighting since 1885.
Overall Dimensions: 23"H x 11"L x 13"W. 20 pounds.
Fabulous miniature ship model titled "On The Ways", a Baltimore Clipper experiment. This diorama by the accomplished Horace Cobb shows a Baltimore Clipper under construction. During the era of 1812....
Captain's gig sternboard hardwood with rope carved border and brass lettering "Terpsichore Sandefjord" Norway. Great old sternboard from the Captain's gig from the Terpsichore. Circa 1856.
Gentleman's desk box made from timber taken from the Royal Mail Steamer RMS Columba. The Columba sailed from 1878 to 1935. Well built box with hinged lid, interior sections and...
Painted metal mast crown from a British Royal Navy fighting ship. Quite rare to find, especially in this size. With a surround of sail and stern segments. One segment is...