Ship's binnacle by Negus of New York with wood base, brass hood and compensating port and starboard irons. has rear door, chart tube and dry card compass. 54" high x 29" at it's widest x 17" deep.
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Read about T.S. & J.D. Negus' compensating binnacle here from an 1800s illustrated catalog.
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Red, white and blue burgee showing a red star on white field with blue border. Nicely framed with gray mat. 26" tall x 34" long.
Yacht club Commodore's flag. Blue field surrounded by thirteen white stars. With cotton hoist and bras grommets. Mounted on gray matting and framed. 24" tall x 32" long.
Classic American ship's binnacle wonderfully restored with gimbaled compass by Wilfrid White of Boston. Varnished base with compensating balls. 52 x 33 x 17
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,...