32 item(s) found:

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Vintage English oak desk calendar, 16 cm high approx.

A small sterling silver desk calendar, with original month and day slides, London 1901, 6 cm

Sterling silver perpetual calendar frame, 9.5 cm x 6.5 cm approx

A sterling silver desk calendar, 1929 Birmingham, with maker's marks for W.J Myatt & Co, the silver framed calendar with cardboard calendar cards behind a glass and in an ebonised case; hallmarked to silver component. Height 13.5 cm. Length 21 cm.

English hallmarked sterling silver George V desk calendar on an easel hinged back, with ball feet, & complete xylonite day, date & month cards. Birmingham, 1919, maker William Vale & Sons. Condition good to fair, dent to the back, some wear 

Sterling silver and ebonised wood desk calendar, with engine turned front, Military interest, engraved to 2nd Lt, Fulton with compliments from section 6, marked 1937, Birmingham, WJM, approx 11 cm high, 17 cm wide, 5 cm deep

Art deco chrome desk set with centre calendar pen rest and 2 ink wells, on mirrored glass base, 28 cm wide

A desk calendar housed in an English oak case, early 20th century. 27 cm high

Sterling silver mounted Art Deco calendar on a stepped plinth

A silver and 'Onyx marble' standish with silver domed slide-action inkwells and calendar on rectangular stone base; Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1928. Width 19 cm

Desk compendium: antique burr walnut slope front box with 2 doors revealing compartments, ink pots and calendar top. Original key and patina. Good condition

Collection of Carvacraft Art Deco Desk Set Items 1930s, by C.E Boyton for Carvacraft, caramel catalin, consists of manual calendar; writing tablet, 2 x paper blotters, one with paper and one without, inkstand with sliding inkwell top, one large and one sma

An oak cased desktop perpetual calendar, the case with rollers to display day, date and month. Height 26 cm

A large arched perpetual calendar in mahogany case, English, circa 1860

An Edwardian silver mounted wall calendar of rectangular form, the pig skin front with display for day, date and month operated by three pull tassels, one unattached. London 1908 by Cohen and Charles.

Ebonised and hallmarked sterling silver mounted desk calendar Birmigham C1934, WJM & Co

Brown Bakelite desk calendar together with a cigarette dispenser and playing card holder

An Australian oak desk box with perpetual calendar, 41 cm wide, 30 cm deep, 32 cm high (closed)