If you want to make a purchase while in Boston, there is select merchandise at the Market Stalls on the second floor of the Boston Design Center. Our booth at the Design Center has models, blueprints, paintings, lighting and other home decor and antiques for sale.
Mid 19th century boxed compass by Nickerson & Baxter of Boston. Compass shows use on ship due to burn marks on dry compass card for illumination, fastened into old timber box painted brown, with no lid. Mounted by gimbal.
Dimensions: 7" diameter of compass, 10" W x 10" L x 7" H (box)
Antique model of a sampan. Unique details such as woven roof, below deck details, carved doors. 51" long x 11" wide x 11" at highest. 12 lbs.
Telegraph by Kirk-Habicht Co. of Baltimore MD. Double faceplates with standard commands “Slow”, “Stop”, “Finished with Engines” etc. Brass handles have spun wooden ends stops at each command and either...
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...
Chadburns engine room telegraph with unique face-plate commands such as: Slack Away, Heave Away, Let Go, etc.. Telegraph has brass housing with front and rear face plates. Handles operate on...