|Vintage hand carved folk art scale model of a vertical hit miss engine||$150.00||
Nicely detailed hand made wood scale model of a vertical hit & miss engine. Combination of hand carved and lathe turned parts. Double sided flywheel spins, no other pieces are articulated.
|Vintage handmade 24" pond yacht with sails folk art||$175.00||
Charming vintage handmade 24" pond yacht with sails folk art, very good condition overall some slight water stains to the sails. This will come partially disassembled for shipping.
|Antique 19th century Canadian sailing ship Simoda hand painted porcelain plaque||$795.00||
Rendering of the brig Simoda 127ft built at the Annapolis ship yard in Nova Scotia Canada 1865. Flying the red ensign flag, a successful merchant ship with 15 entries in Lloyd's American and foreign shipping registry from 1865-1872.
|Nautical theme signed hand carved Mahogany clipper ship folk art bookends||$0.00||
SOLD! THANK YOU! Charming hand carved solid Mahogany Clipper ship bookends. Signed on the bottom felt by carver long ago. Great patina, appear to be of the arts and crafts era. Very small mount of white paint on one.
|19th century No 2 1 1/8" bore CC Brand shoulder whaling gun and lance||$0.00||
Pre 1899 percussion firearm the Brand shoulder fire whaling gun. Made of bronze and cast iron it weighs in at just under 20lbs in the fairly hard to find 1 1/8" No 2 bore with the projectile.
|Maritime folk art signed polychrome scrimshaw mermaid sword fish bill||$745.00||
Excellent piece of nautical maritime folk art. 27'' long sailor made swordfish bill ''sword'' with wooden carved handle. Whimsical mermaid figure, the very picture 19th century pulchritude on the blade face as well as a clipper ship and anchor.
|Antique London maker James Pyott bronze and ebony sextant||$0.00||
SOLD- Thank you ! Beautifully made James Pyott of London bronze frame with ebony handle sextant, with locking wood case and skeleton key. Has three objective lenses and magnifier in the degree scale. Very nice patina and light verdigris.
|Antique WWI era life preserver from named steam shipped SS San Jacinto||$95.00||
Antique WWI era life preserver from named steam shipped SS San Jacinto. Passed inspection in Galveston Texas in 1904. I originally thought this may be from the WWI troop transport ship.However there are quite a few ships named San Jacinto.