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This is a good quality, well used set of a 9 pin wooden bowling game.
Ball 4.5" Diameter
Pin 10" High
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In original, undamaged unrestored condition, small firing underglaze chip to base, a small pair of mid 19th Century Staffordshire Spaniels.
Pair of Painted Folk Pegged Dolls in Costume.
For sale is a good quality walnut and marquetry drinks trolley by H&L Epstein. The trolley has shaped drop leaves, profusely decorated with marquetry inlay above an under tier, fitted ...
This is an open scale barograph to the British Meteorological Office pattern. Set in a meta framed glazed cover, the lever system gives a magnification of 1:70 therefore recording the ...
This is a superb and unusual barograph. The Oak case hinges up from the top and front in order to change the weekly chart. There is a mirror backing to ...
This lovely large bisque-head doll dates from the early twentieth century. She has 'ABG 1362 Made in Germany 5' moulded into the back of her head. She has a ...
Base metal maybe steel antique cigarette case which we would date to the early part of the 20th century.
Splendid detailing to the case front and its just a great shame ...
Full title: An Answer to the Dissenters Pleas for Separation or an Abridgment of the London Cases; Wherein the Substance of Those Books is Digested Into One Short and Plain ...
Offered for sale is this cased solid silver christening set consisting of an eggcup and spoon. Both pieces are clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1961 with the makers mark W.A for ...
This substantial pot and lid is this work of David Elles and marked with his impressed stamp. David worked as a potter all his life, establishing his own pottery in ...
This is a good 18th Century antique brass ladle with copper rivets and a loop hanger.
This well worn but delightful panel, painted in a limited palette of bright colours, shows the Three Kings bearing gifts, in deep relief. The plaque is carved from a thick ...
This is a top quality Phillip's of London paper mache terrestrial globe. Turned mahogany pedestal base and brass axis to the 13.5' globe. Maker's label to the globe.
This is a classic 1930s barograph made by Short & Mason of London. This example was made for their associate company, Taylor Instruments of Rochester, New York, hence the inscription, ...
This is an interesting instrument probably 1930s, which would make a nice restoration project. Reading 0'F to 120'F. Would require a sensor element.
This is an interesting wind speed receiver unit reading 0 to 90 knots. Could be made to work or used simply as an ornament.
This is an ex-US army wind speed & direction recorder. Would make a great restoration project!
French Arts and Crafts Embossed Brass Stick Stand, Umbrella Stand
This good looking piece it is round in shape with a Bretton Crest embossed on the front. The heraldic crest ...
This is an Indian hardwood carved triple folding firescreen. The main frame has vines and leaves carved into it. The panels are fretted and carved with grapes, leaved and vines. ...
This is a 19th Century Victorian antique oak tea tray which has a lovely shaped oak top with a gallery. It stands on 4 shaped turned legs.
A very unusual and interesting late 19th Century Russian wall barometer supplied by a Moscow retailer. Probably made in France for the Russian market and clearly pre- Revolution. The working ...
A beautiful and unusual late 19th century brass cased mercury filled thermometer reading in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. The register plate is in crisp white glass with clear hand painted lettering ...
This is an extremely rare rainfall recorder with a presentation plaque dated October 22nd 1913. The very fact that it has survived over 100 years is exceptionally unusual to be ...
This is a beautiful example of a mid-Victorian English silver Inkstandscrolled and floral. It consists of an inkstand with four feet with scrolled and floral decoration around the border and ...
This is a 19th Century Victorian antique mother of pearl and abalone card case in superb condition. It has a bone slip to the inside, it’s original interior and a ...
A rare rain recorder, simply because they operate outside in all weathers! This instrument is engraved on the dial as an Indicating & Recording Zero Setting Rain Gauge. Set into ...
This is a 19th Century Victorian antique tortoiseshell card case, Its pewter inlaid, it has a bone slip to the inside and has its original interior. It has a nickel ...
This is a lovely display barograph and thermograph from the early 1950s by renowned makers, Short and Mason of London. The case has an integral shelf with a glass display ...
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