18 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Large fishing basket, approx 39 cm high, 56 cm wide, 34 cm deep

A late 19th century English 4 inch Gamages brass fishing feel, free spool, wooden handle, with vintage line.

A 1960s French Weaved fishing basket, compartmental with button bound leather seat, 42 cm high, 40 cm wide, 25 cm deep

The Complete Science of Fly Fishing and Spinning by Fred G. Shaw, R.G.S signed by the author to Revd William McCallum, June 1915

A glass fishing buoy (35 cm diameter) and an old crab pot (64 cm)

A collection of Aboriginal spears and artifacts from Groote Eylandt & Maningrida including wood shovel nose spear, steel shovel nose spear, stone head, pointed wood killing spear, Woomera, kangaroo bone fishing spear, digging stick.. Provenance: The Alex &

Three vintage glass fishing buoys 2 with makers marks, 30 cm diameter (largest) approx.

A fishing tackle box, Tokelau (Micronesia), late 19th century; finely carved and with pearl shell inlay design on all four sides. Provenance: B. L. Hornshaw collection (1878-1937) Hornshaw was an avid collector of Pacific and Australian Aboriginal artefact

A walnut and wicker fishing criel, French, 19th century. 21.5 cm high, 32 cm wide, 19 cm deep

A vintage Malloch's black japanned fly box, cream interior with extra swing leaf fitted with clips to hold 156 flies, complete with 140 wet flies, maker's logo affixed to lid. 15.5 cm x 9 cm

Small French cane fishing basket. 21 cm high x 26 cm long

Four vintage 'Hardy's Anglers Guide' books, 1931, 1934, 1937 and 1952, soft cover, illustrated and descriptive detail of various fishing tackle etc.21 x 14 cm

A framed collection of sea-trout and salmon flies

Book: 'The Complete Angler'. Author Isaac Walton.7th Ed. 1808. Samuel Bagster, London.