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1799 Portsmouth Telegraph; Mottley’s Naval & Military Journal Framed Original Newspaper Pages

£95.00
~ 1799 Portsmouth Telegraph; Mottley’s Naval & Military Journal Framed Original Newspaper Pages ~ A framed original set of pages
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1869/1871 Mercantile Private Log/Journal Of The Barque Eleanor

£575.00
~ 1869/1871 Mercantile Private Log/Journal Of The Barque Eleanor ~ It was kept by Frederick Wooton, between January 1869 and
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1943 HMS Dunbarton Castle Name Board

£750.00
~ 1943 HMS Dunbarton Castle Name Board ~ This is the name board of a Castle class Corvette with a
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A British George VI Royal Navy Rum or Grog Measure – 1 Pint measure.

£195.00
These copper measures were used to measure out a rum tot or grog ration into smaller cups. The measure bears
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A British Royal Naval 1900 Pattern Boarding Cutlass By Mole Birmingham With Scabbard

£495.00
A very good condition 1900 Pattern British naval seaman's cutlass still with leather scabbard
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A Large Copper Wall Plaque For HMS Howe 1940

£325.00
~ A Large Copper Wall Plaque For HMS Howe 1940 ~ This large hand hammered and engraved solid copper wall
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A Post 1902 Royal Naval Officer’s Sword And Scabbard With Serial No

£550.00
A fine example of a regulation pattern naval officers dress sword. Dish guard with crowned anchor to the cartouche, lion
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An Imperial Kaisermarine WW1 Desklamp From SMS Destroyer Derfflinger

£595.00
Great War Kaiserliche WW1 Lamp from Captured and scuttled German Destroyer
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Blue Funnel Line Pyrrhus (1949) Cargo/Liner Name Board

£375.00
~ Blue Funnel Line ‘Pyrrhus’ (1949) Cargo/Liner Name Board ~ This is a painted wooden board, the wood is probably
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Bronze Ships Treadplate From The Ton Class Minesweeper HMS Sheraton 1956

£1,500.00
~ Bronze Ships Treadplate From The Ton Class Minesweeper HMS Sheraton 1956 ~ The treadplate reads ‘Sheraton’ in a boxed
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Bronze Ships Wheel By Mactaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd. From Malta Port

£700.00
~ Bronze Ships Wheel By Mactaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd. From Malta Port ~ This brass ships wheel has come