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Imperial German Reserve Officer's Cigarette and Spirit Disc Flask. Sn 14142 - 14142
This is a very colourful and impressive looking example of an Imperial German Reserve Officer's Cigarette and Spirit disc flask. It has a pressed steel protective case which is fitted round a glass spirit flask. The flask has a colour ornamental panel inside depicting 65th Infantry Saxony Reserve 1912-14, a uniform soldier stool talking to a sweetheart. The glass flask has a threaded glass top with metal screw cap and over this screws an Imperial Eagle Stopper which is clutching an Imperial German flag in its talons. When upturned this forms a drinking cup. The flask has black, red and white should cord which has a white tassels at each end. The front panel is held with a small catch and when released the front hinges open to reveal the ornamental panel and inside the hinged front is a cigarette holder with inset and elasticated strap to hold the cigarettes. On the other side it has another colourful panel in red which a raised inset. This is a very nice example of the cigarette and spirit flask, is complete and every aspect is in good condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14142
£295.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD U.S. Navy Chesea Clock Company Phenolic Resin Cased Ships / Submarine Bulkhead Clock In Full Working Order. Sn 14052 - 14052
Chelsea has a long and storied history aboard U.S. Navy ships, one that dates back to the early 1900s when the U.S. government began ordering marine clocks. The Navy hoped to take advantage of Chelsea’s growing reputation for nautical excellence. Chelsea made sure its clocks were built to Navy standards, tough enough to withstand moisture, dropping, shaking, and the rigors of life at sea. Chelsea clocks found homes on ships, destroyers, cruisers, and even submarines. Due to the wartime shortage of metal, the Navy challenged Chelsea to make a clock tough enough for battle without using its traditional brass case. Chelsea responded with a phenolic resin case that was lightweight yet durable enough that it wouldn’t break or shatter like conventional plastic. This Chelsea Clock is serial number 62524E. It is in a phenolic resin case which is black. The case is in great condition. The face glass hinges back and is secured with a thumb screw. The glass is in perfect undamaged condition. The black face is in excellent condition having 0-23 hours marked in white around the circumference. It also has seconds marked on the circumference in 5 second intervals. In the centre it has "Chelsea Clock Company Boston" in white lettering and below this "U.S. Navy Ser No 62524E". to the right side of the face it has a fast slow setting slider marked in white segments. The winding portal is also on the face at '6 o'clock'. The clock has two white painted minute and hour hands and a red second hand with crescent tail. On the reverse of the mounting plate it is embossed with "Chelsea Clock Company Boston". It also has "881211" scratched above this. This is a very nice war time era original Chelsea Clock Co Ships Bulkhead clock, in full working order and in excellent original condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14052
£0.00

Smiths Astral Brass Cased Ships Bulk Head Clock. Sn 14024 - 14024
Smiths trace their ancestry back to a craftsman named Samuel Smith who in 1851 opened a shop in Newington Causeway, London, where he made and sold watches, clocks and precision instruments. Astral was not a manufacturer. It was a trade name introduced by H Williamson Ltd. to indicate a particular range of clocks. In May 1932 the Clock manufacturing operations of English Clock and Watch Manufacturers Ltd. were acquired by S Smith & Sons (Motor Accessories) Ltd. The purchase meant that Smiths acquired rights to many movement designs. Probably the most important of these were the Astral and Empire marine ranges, both of which remained in production for many years. This is a ships bulkhead clock contained in a beautiful brass case with brass mounting plate, factory drilled on the flange with four holes for bulkhead mounting. The clock is fully serviced and has a pristine fully working movement. The hinged bezelled face glass is in perfect condition. The face has minutes marked round the circumference 5-60 and in the centre a sub hour scale marked 1- 12. It has two black hands, one minute hand and one hour hand which is shortened to fit inside the sub scale. It has a red second hand. There is an F-S adjuster to quickly fine tune the speed at which the clock is running. It is complete with a brass winding key. The clock face measures 7 3/4" n diameter and the case measures 8 1/2" in diameter. The clock measures 4" from the mounting plate to the top of the face glass. This is a very nice, fully working and pristine condition ships bulkhead clock. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14024
£395.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD 1901 Patent Chelsea Clock Co Boston USA Ship’s Brass Bulkhead Clock With Naval Watch 'Ships Bells' Chimes, Complete With Brass Key & French Made Chelsea Clock Co USA Ship’s Brass Barometer. Sn 14051 - 14051
This is a quality pair of Ships instruments made by the Chelsea Clock Co USA. The clock case is case is brass with a thick screw off glaze cover with brass rim. This example has a 4” diameter silvered face which is clean and marked ‘Chelsea Ship’s Bell’. It has metal hour and minute hands. The face has 2 key holes one for winding the mechanism the other for adjusting the hands. It also has a slow/ fast fine adjustment slot. The case is 5 ¾” overall diameter and 3 ¼” deep including glazed cover. The rim of the case has 3 factory drilled holes for bulkhead mounting. The back of the case is numbered 19475 and impressed by the manufacturer Chelsea Clock Co Boston USA together with Dec 311901 patent detail. It is in full working order with correct crisp chimes (Naval chimes mark the time honoured "Ship's Bells" Naval watch system, four hours on, four hours off (each half hour is marked by an increasing number of strikes until "eight bells", time to change over). It has its brass key numbered 6 on one side and ‘Popular Progress Made In England’ on the reverse. The brass barometer also made by Chelsea has the same size dimensions as the clock and same factory drilled mounting holes. The barometer has a glazed screw off glazed cover with brass rim. Its silvered face has metal indicator arrow. The window has a silvered arrow with central adjustment dial. The barometer capable of gauging weather, atmospheric pressure and temperature has black gothic lettering including ‘Made In France’. The rear of the case has the same manufacturer and patent date detail as the clock but is numbered ‘630’. The barometer is fully functioning. The price for this quality nautical set includes UK delivery. Sn 14051
£0.00

20th Century British Naval Ship's Brass Bulkhead Clock With 60 Seconds Time Keeping Feature Mounted On Oak Plaque & Original Key. Sn 13869 - 13869
An original British form brass bulkhead ship’s Clock. This example has a 6 ½” diameter face which is clean with black metal hour and minute hands together with an inner 1” diameter 60 second timer roundel with second hand indicator. The clock case is brass and comes with its original brass key stamped ‘Swiss made 4.50’. The face also has an adjustable slow-fast slider in a slot for fine tuning the time keeping. There is also a hole for key winding. There are no manufacturer marks on the exterior of this piece. The face is covered by a glazed brass rimmed cover which screws off. The clock case measures 9 ½” in diameter and is 3 ¾” deep with face cover on. The rim of the case has 3 drilled holes for wall mounting. The case is screwed to an 11” diameter Oak round plaque which is 1” thick. The plaque is mounted with a fixed brass hanging ring for wall mounting. This clock has recently been cleaned and serviced. It is fully functioning, keeping precise time. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13869
£345.00

Brass Cased Eight Day Naval Bulkhead Clock By Barkers of Kensington, London, Mounted on Dark Stained Oak Mount, In Fuly Working Order. Complete With Key. Misc. 856 - Misc. 856
Barkers of Kensington was a department store in Kensington High Street, Kensington, London. It was started by John Barker and James Whitehead, later Lord Mayor of London, in 1870. It was sold to House of Fraser in 1957. This example has a 6 1/2” diameter silvered face which is clean. It has 1-12 hour markings with black metal hour and minute hands. It is marked on the face with "Barkers Kensington". The clock case is brass and comes with a key. The face also has an adjustable slow-fast slider in a slot for fine tuning the time keeping. The clock glass in brass frame twists off to reveal the fine tuning slot. There is also a hole for key winding. The clock case measures 7 1/4” in diameter, opening out to 9" at the mounting flange and is 2 1/4" deep. The case has a mounting brass flange, and three factory drilled holes with which it is mounted to a dark stained oak mount which has two brass mounting lugs. Below the top lug the oak mount is stamped with a serial number "1395". This clock is fully functioning, keeping precise time. The price includes UK delivery. Misc. 856
£495.00

British Naval 8 Day Ship's Brass Bulkhead Clock With 60 Seconds Time Keeping Feature & Key By Mercer, Eywood Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. Sn 13975 - 13975
An original British made Naval Brass Bulkhead Clock by Thomas Mercer of St. Albans. Thomas Mercer Ltd made chronometers, clocks, instruments and measuring equipment in London and St. Albans, from 1858 until 1984, when dial gauges were being replaced by electronic measuring devices and chronometers by GPS. For 126 years, Thomas Mercer and his successors had, between them, made over 30,000 chronometers of all types. This example has a 6" diameter face which is clean and 1-12 hour markings with black metal hour and minute hands together with an inner 1 1/4” diameter 60 second timer roundel with second hand indicator. The clock case is brass and comes with a key. The face also has an adjustable slow-fast slider in a slot for fine tuning the time keeping. There is also a hole for key winding. The face is marked with "B Deck Made in England". The face is covered by a glazed hinged top. The clock case measures 6 1/2” in diameter and is 3 1/4" deep. The case has a mounting brass flange, and four factory drilled holes for wall mounting. This clock is fully functioning, keeping precise time. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13975
£345.00

RARE, Victorian Or Earlier Medieval / Italian Renaissance Form Battle Shield With Ornate Decoration. Sn 13597 - 13597
The Victorian era saw a revival of interest of objects from the renaissance and ancient medieval cultures that influenced architecture, decoration, furnishings and art. This renewed awareness led to an intense affinity of arms and armour from those periods of history and production of quality authentic reproduction arms and armour. This is a fine medieval / renaissance form battle shield. Its excellent quality and form indicates that it is either a Victorian reproduction or possibly a much earlier piece. The iron shield is 23” diameter with a rope effect and riveted rim. The surface of the shield is elegantly convex and has a pyramid form 3” spike in its centre mounted on a stylised rose form boss, which in its original form would allow the carrier to strike opponent’s, allowing the shield to be used for both defence and attack. This form also provides strength to the structure and would assist deflection of striking weapons. The whole surface of the shield has beautifully etched panels in the Italian Renaissance style featuring religious, hunting, and battle iconography. The shield retains its original shape and original 4 carry strap lugs. The rear of the shield has its original leather riveted padding and a later steel wire carry handle or wall hanger cord secured to 2 of the lugs. The shield has even patina and no damage. Price for this quality shield worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 13597
£975.00

WW2 Imperial Japanese Navy Rising Sun Back Pack Battle Flag. Sn 13832 - 13832
The Imperial Japanese Army first adopted the Rising Sun Flag in 1870. The Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy both had a version of the flag; the Naval ensign was off-set, with the red sun closer to the lanyard side, while the army's version was centred. This is an original WW2 Japanese Naval Battle Flag, measuring 18 ½” x 14", this size of Battle Flag were carried by Japanese Soldiers in their back packs and used to attach to their rifles with fixed bayonets during charges or other engagements. It is made of white cotton and has the correct dramatic Naval off-set blood red rising sun with sun rays design on both sides. The edges of the flag are stitched and all stitching is intact. 2 corners of the flag have their original leather tabs with hanging cords. The material is clean. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 13832
£245.00

WW2 Japanese Silk 'Yosegaki Hinomaru' (Or Good Luck) Battle Flag. Sn 13831 - 13831
This is an excellent original 26 ½” x 20" WW2 Japanese 'yosegaki hinomaru' or good luck Battle Flag. These flags were signed by family members and friends of Japanese Soldiers going to war together with messages to bring good luck. The Soldier would carry these flags into battle in the hope that the flag would bring them good fortune. This flag is made of white silk and has a central vivid red printed ‘sun’ roundel surrounded by numerous Japanese script signatures on both sides. The Flag has stitched edges which are frayed in places consistent with age and service use. The material is clean. Price for this great WW2 Japanese flag includes UK delivery. Sn 13831
£225.00
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