Solid brass highly polished and lacquered ship's engine room telegraph mounted onto a thick mahogany backboard. Unit rings loudly. Porcelain faceplate from Bendix of Brooklyn New York. Circa 1940.
Overall Dimensions: 28"H x 24"L x 8"D, 13" Diameter face. Weight is 59 pounds.
Charles Cory and Son ship's engine room telegraph face. Porcelain face with ahead and astern commands. Mounted to a wood backboard. Circa 1935. Overall : 17.5"D
Yacht binnacle of a very unique and rare design. With Italian compass on gimbals. Mushroom style hood with hinged doors. Ornate pedestal with wood base. Overall : are 48"H x 24"D. Weight...
Rarely found highly polished pedestal mounted yacht throttle. Engraved Kimball Control No. 814 Detroit MI. Nice size, great old relic from a one hundred foot private yacht. Overall : 40"H x...
Solid brass ship's Engine Order Telegraph with faceplates from Charles Cory and Son Patentees, New York. Smaller size than most, meticulously polished and lacquered. Circa 1925. Overall : 30"H x...