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Shellwork, Sailors Valentine, Small Double
Barbados, Circa 1870 - SOLD


Antique Shellwork Sailors Valentine in Hinged Case, Barbados, Circa 1870, open view

(Very good condition, lid displays light scratches; easily rectified; 9 by 9 by 3”)

310-134 - SOLD




Sailor Knotwork Purses, Lot of Four Bags, Very Good Condition
Unknown Maker
Late 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Sailor Knotwork Purses, Lot of Four, Late 19th Century, group view

(Averaging 12 by 7")

274-162 - SOLD




Sailors Shell Work Valentine, Double Octagon, Remember Me, Nine Inch
Probably Barbados
Circa 1850 to 1890
Contains scarce purple shells, five flowers and rare rams horn shells - SOLD


Antique Sailors Valentine, Shell Work, Circa 1850 to 1890, open view

The hinged octagonal case opens to double shell arrangements, one side centering a rosette, the other with motto. (Most bezel molding replaced, else fine and original; 9 by 9 by 2.75")

945-15 - SOLD




Ships Bell Rope, Sailors Knotwork, Red, White, Turquoise, and Black Paint
Anonymous
Late 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Sailors Knotwork, Ship's Bell Rope, Painted, entire view

The ships bell was important, and a symbol of pride taken by her crew, this functional ornament is a successful effort of tapered form crafted by expert knotters. The rarely encountered piece features manrope, Turk's head, shroud, bend knots and more. Paint probably freshened during period of use.
(L: 17".)

274-145 - SOLD




Patent Model. Circa 1859
U.S. Patent Office, APPERATUS FOR OPERATING RUDDERS, Model
Specification of Letters Patent No. 25,878, dated October 25, 1859 - SOLD


Patent Model. Circa 1859
U.S. Patent Office, APPERATUS FOR OPERATING RUDDERS, Model
Specification of Letters Patent No. 25,878, dated October 25, 1859, entire view

Patent model with shield stamped: C. F. E. BLAICH, OF ELYRIA, OHIO.
(Height: 7.25”, Mouth Width: 3.25”)

SOLD

110-814




Two Miniature Paintings - SOLD


Two Miniature Paintings, pair view

As depicted, each 1.25-inches diameter and mounted on a 1.75-inches diameter round piece of laid paper, one is painted with a scene of castle ruins by a river, the other depicts an American man o' war in full sail with Old Glory unfurled at the stern.

333-81 - SOLD




Chest, Seaman's
American
Early 19th Century
Pine, paint decorated interior - SOLD


Chest, Seaman's
American
Early 19th Century
Pine, paint decorated interior, entire view

The rectangular lid retaining shaped cleats is hung from wrought strap hinges; the dovetailed canted case retaining original beckets with rope handles; interior with lidded till decorated with seven stars. (Height: 17.25 inches; length: 42 inches; depth: 17 inches)

604-30 - SOLD




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