30 item(s) found:

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A Stanley No. 87 four-fold ivory 24 inch rule, fully bound in German silver, complete with original pins.

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A Chinese copper and brass navigation light, Port', with 'Tung Woo, Hong Kong' maker's label. Height 60 cm

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Two propelling pencils, a lead container and an ivory folding ruler

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Negretti & Zambra, London, set of cased timber Rulers, comprising seven rulers, with mahogany and brass box, one ruler (A/F). Provenance: collection of George and Adisa Pompei, Sydney

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Large antique brass rolling parallel rule, by Troughton and Simms, London, in wooden case, 62 cm long

Copper ship's Navigation lantern. No internal lamp fitting. Copper, brass and glass. Height 90 cm

Sterling silver napkin by Brunkhorst of Adelaide c.1890's, inscribed MSNC - Murray Steam Navigation Company

A vintage copper and brass navigation light, 'Not Under Command'. Height 240 excluding hangers.

SS Namoi silver plated teaset, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, the teapot engraved 'From Captain & Deck Officers SS Namoi to Mr C. Tivendale 19th September 1901'. SS Namoi 1,416 gross tons. Steel paddle steamer built by J Key & Sons, Kinghorn for the Hunter R

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

A large floor standing turquoise inlaid brass Astrolabe, with an elaborate tilted single plate engraved with various constellations, astrological symbols and calligraphic script, underneath a slender rule, mounted on matching engraved tripod base, approxim

A boxed brass model sextant, later 20th century, with the appearance of a ship's navigation instrument, and housed in a hinged and brass trimmed timber box; unmarked. Height 9 cm. Width 19 cm. Depth 19 cm

A small collection of ivory and whalebone measuring instruments and rulers, 19th century, the ivory pencil made by A. Tornaghi & Co. Sydney; the larger folding carpenters ruler inscribed Edgar Banks, Morden House, Lewisham S.E., the ivory ruler 31.5 cm

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 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

Early 20th century American brass ships Port side navigation light, by Lovell Arlington New Jersey, approx 40 cm high

A hardwood ship's ruler, 19th century, 54 cm long

Early 'Sandpiper' ships bell. General steam Navigation & Co. Ltd. Loss to rim, however still rings. Diameter 38 cm. Height 31 cm

Early Kelvin & James white navigation instrument in original timber case with instructions & accessories, 22.5 cm wide

Nickel plated spyglass with inscription, Glasgow school of Navigation prize

U.S. Navy pattern parallel rule, John Bliss & Co. New York, maker ebony with brass fittings in original case circa 1880 l.38 cm

A Troughton and Simms ships Navigation instrument Used for redrawing large maps to small scale 19th century with London makers stamp, with original case. BandW photograph and letter with the item, postmarked 1878 box length 63 cm

A 19th century navigators solid brass roller type parallel rule stamped U.W.W. Birmingham