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A late 19th century British made Seahorse ships lantern, 20 cm high. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.

Antique copper & brass ships starboard light, with original oil burner, made by Alderson & Gyde Ltd Birminham 1944, 40 cm high approx.

Antique copper & brass ships port light, with original oil burner, made by Kempthorne Pty Ltd Melbourne Aust 1944, 40 cm high approx.

Two pairs of ships lamps brass construction Heights: 10 cm - 18 cm

Three ships lamps brass construction;two with coloured glass lens Heights: 18 cm - 22 cm

A Concertina action ships lamp brass and metal construction length 38 cm (retracted)

A Siebe Gorman ships lamp brass construction stamped makers mark height 39 cm

Two Maritime ships lanterns copper and metal construction with makers stamp / makers name plate Heights: 23 cm & 25 cm

Three Maritime ships lanterns copper and brass construction Heights: 25 cm - 30 cm

A pair of ships lanterns, Starboard and Port, brass, glass and copper, early 20th century (electrified), 29 cm

A Starboard side wind proof ships lantern, early 20th century, 34 cm

Two gimballed ships lamp bases, brass, 19th century, tallest 26 cm

A pair of ships lanterns, copper and brass, Starboard and Port, early 20th century, 37 cm

A pair of ships lanterns, Starboard and Port with original red and green painted finish, 40 cm high

Antique ships masthead lamp copper and brass, with oil burning lamp inside

A pair of miniature copper Starboard ships lanterns, each with brass label with Seahorse trade mark. 12 cm high.

Old copper and glass French ships navigation light, 36 cm high, 24 cm wide, 28 cm D

Daveys Patent Windproof Ship Lamp, late 19th century, 45 cm high,

Three antique old ships lights, approx 45 cm high and shorter (3)

A copper mast head ships lantern and an antique brass gimbal lamp converted to electricity

A fine pair of vintage Alderson & Gyde copper ship lights, 1944, Birmingham, the quarter round lanterns, one marked with a brass plate, bow port Patt 23, the other bow Starboard Patt 24, each with intact and original fresnel glass, also stamped 1944, with

Antique 19th century brass ships candle lantern / lamp, with magnifying glass shade, maker EG&S, 43 cm high (50 cm high with handle extended ) approx.

Pair of antique Meteorite ships lamps, no glass, each approx 29 cm high (2)

Brass & lead light saloon wall light from S S Wairarapa, a New Zealand ship of late 19th century plying the route between Auckland, New Zealand & Australia

A brass light. (glass AF) brass bodied light included in hard hat diving helmets and understood to have come from Broome with other hard hat equipment. Makers stamp: Scanlan Electrics Sydney A.P. S56C1

A rare lamp from Australia's free settler history. This 'Candle Lanthorne' was made available to free settlers for their sea voyage to Australia where compartment lighting was very dim. The brass label on the lamp is inscribed: 'Price Patent Candle Company

An old ship's copper navigation lamp, corner mounted with original curved red glass to the curved front with 'PORT' to plaque above, door to back, swing handle to top.

A vintage copper Davey's ships lantern. Height 4.6 cm. Width 30 cm

A novelty silver miniature ship's navigation lamp table lighter, complete with a blue glass lens, the lamp incorporates a detachable nozzle to insert the burning spirit and hold the wick. Birmingham 1909 by Lawrence Emanuel. Height 9.5 cm