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THOMAS BUSH HARDY (BRITISH, 1842–1897) Shipping by the Guidecca, Venice Signed 'T.B. Hardy' (lower right) and dated '1891' and indistinctly inscri...

A WELL-PRESENTED SHIPWRIGHT'S MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED CLIPPER SHIP, LATE 19TH CENTURY the 10in. hull carved from contrasting woods, with pinhead p...

'THE SAILOR’S SEA-BOOK, RUDIMENTARY TREATISE ON NAVIGATION IN TWO PARTS...' by James Greenwood, published by John Weale, London, 1850, title page ...

A DRY CARD BINNACLE COMPASS CIRCA 1860 the 6in. card signed Lilley & Son, LONDON and mounted in a white-lined gimbal-mounted bowl with removable f...

THOMAS BUSH HARDY (BRITISH, 1842–1897) The Mouth of the Medway Signed and dated 'T.B. Hardy 1896' (lower left) Watercolour heightened with bodycol...

JOSEPH HEARD (BRITISH, 1799-1859) The barque 'Isabelle' in two positions off the South Stack, Holyhead Signed and dated on buoy ‘J. Heard 1837’ (l...

AN 18TH CENTURY PORT CHARGE BOOK FOR MADEIRA port charges and disbursements for 120 ships between 4 January 1767 -- 19 August 1780, in English (on...

ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN LYNN (BRITISH, ACT. 1826-1869) The Merchant Brig 'Madonna' Oil on canvas laid down on board 19½ x 27½in. (49.5 x 70cm.) Condit...

ROBERT MOORE (BRITISH, 1905-1963) Shipping off Portsmouth Signed ‘Robt. Moore’ (lower left) Oil on panel 9½ x 15¼in. (24 x 39cm.)

A 1:36 SCALE BUILDER'S HALF-BLOCK MODEL FOR THE THREE-MASTED SHIP GRATITUDE, 1876 the 60in. hull carved from ½in. laminated yellow pine, ebonised ...

A RELIC OF THE CUTTY SARK comprising a wooden 8in. deadeye in tarred steel wire shroud with white painted intersections -- 60in. (152.5cm.) long; ...

A RELIC OF THE CUTTY SARK comprising a wooden 6½in. deadeye in tarred steel wire shroud with white painted intersections -- 54in. (137cm.) long; t...

A 19TH CENTURY SAILOR'S SEA CHEST of typical tapering form with painted ropework handles in carved beckets, tarred canvas to lid edged with polish...

JOHN H. 'JOCK' WILSON (BRITISH, 1774–1855) Beached Fishing Boats Signed ‘J. Wilson’ (lower right) Oil on panel 7½ x 11in. (19 x 28cm.)

A DRY CARD BINNACLE COMPASS FROM THE KETCH CLARA MAY OF BRAUNTON, CIRCA 1891 the 7in. card signed D. McGregor & Co., Liverpool, Glasgow & Greenock...

PAUL GUNN (BRITISH, B. 1934) Chelsea Wharf Signed and dated ‘Paul Gunn ‘85’ (lower left) and inscribed to reverse Oil on panel 5½ x 11½in. (14 x 2...

THOMAS LUNY (BRITISH, 1759–1837) East of Teignmouth Signed 'Luny' (lower left), old label to verso with title and inscribed ‘bought from artist’ O...

AN EIGHT-DAY SHIP'S CLOCK FROM THE BARQUE ABRAHAM RYDBERG, 1892 the 7in. enamelled dial signed Whyte Thomson & Co. Glasgow, black steel hands, slo...

ROBERT BAGGE-SCOTT (BRITISH, 1849-1925) Dutch Pinks Coming Ashore, Katwijk Signed ‘R Bagge Scott’ (lower left) Oil on panel 7¾ x 11in. (19.5 x 28c...

A MERCHANTMAN'S FIGUREHEAD, PROBABLY AN AMERICAN SHIP OWNER'S SON, CIRCA 1830 carved from yellow pine and modelled as a bust-length young man fash...

A RARE NAVIGATION LAMP BY CHANCE BROTHERS & CO. LTD, CIRCA 1900 constructed in polished copper and brass, bell top with chimney and substantial ha...

A RARE AMERICAN DOUBLE SHELLWORK VALENTINE WITH SAILOR'S WATERCOLOUR INSERTS, CIRCA 1840 depicting an American 'tar' leaning on an anchor with US ...

A 19TH CENTURY DOUBLE SHELLWORK SAILOR'S VALENTINE with geometric shell patterns, to the left-hand side Think of Me, the right-hand side with hear...

A 19TH CENTURY SAILOR'S SHELLWORK VALENTINE with central rose motif worked in shells and geometric patterns including a star and swags, in octagon...

A 19TH CENTURY SAILOR'S WOOLWORK PICTURE worked in colours and depicting the brigantine Gwen sailing on a calm blue sea and flying a red ensign --...

Ø A RARE AND UNUSUAL BALEEN SAILORWORK 'SEA SERPENT' STICK the shaped shaft terminating with an open jaw and red glass eyes -- 32in. (82cm.) long

Ø A 19TH CENTURY MALACCA AND MARINE IVORY WALKING STICK COMMEMORATING THE WHALER CAMBRIAN plain tapering shaft with loop hole and turned handle sc...

Ø A RARE SILVER-MOUNTED MARINE IVORY CAGEWORK WALKING STICK, CIRCA 1898 with barley twist hatchwork cage section and fluted knob, intersected with...

A FINELY CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR FLASK, FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY with finely worked depiction of the Légion d'Honneur medal and inscribed Honneur...

A 19TH CENTURY CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR carved in the round with ?conquistadores boar hunting, sporting couples, the face with glass eyes, mouth wit...

A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR carved in the round with military roundels including a Napoleonic hat and eagle and swags of arms, th...

A 19TH CENTURY CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR carved in the round with five badges with designs for military arms, music, gardening, flowers, heavily eyeb...

A 19TH CENTURY CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR carved in the round with birds and rushes and a dog, the face probably depicting the Green Man, lacking glas...

AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY CARVED COCONUT BUGBEAR carved in the round with fantasy figures including winged warriors, birds, dogs, mermaid with scyth...

AFTER THOMAS BASTON (BRITISH, Fl.1699-1730) The Greenland Whale Fishery Printed for Carington Bowles, circa 1765 Etching with later hand colouring...

A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SCRIMSHAW DECORATED BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN JAWS the upper jaw inscribed HARPOONER JOHN CURLY / SHIP HENRY 1864 the lower jaw wo...

A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED POLISHED HELMET SHELL probably a clench's helmet shell (cassis madagascariensis), inscribed with three anchors, a narwhal, a...

A PAIR OF CARVED HELMET SHELLS BY CHARLES WOOD, CIRCA 1850possibly filled horned helmet shells (cassis cornuta), inscribed Prince Alfred Born Aug ...

Ø A 19TH CENTURY COROMANDEL WOOD AND MARINE IVORY SWEETHEART OR DITTY BOX the lid with relief carving of a stylised fish, the sides inset with dec...

Ø A GOOD SCRIMSHAW DECORATED SAILORWORK BALEEN PLAQUE, CIRCA 1860 finely worked and depicting two British whalers and their cutters in a busy whal...

Ø A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH depicting a Māori man in feathered costume and tattooed head, with relief-carved face lower left -- 7in. (18...

Ø A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH incised in the round with a depiction of veiled lady pricked out and finished in lamp black and red ink - 5i...

Ø A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH COMMEMORATING THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE OF FRANCE worked on both sides and depicting a bust-length portrait of J...

AN ATTRACTIVE JUG COMMEMORATING THE NEW BEDFORDSHIRE WHALING INDUSTRY, CIRCA 1907 decorated in the round with green transfer prints of the whaling...

Ø AN UNUSUAL SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH inscribed overall and depicting a whaler entitled 'Maria NB', a bucket of whaler's tools, a dancing...

Ø A SAILOR'S SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH, CIRCA 1840 depicting a half-length front and rear view of a fashionable lady wearing a bonnet -- 5...

Ø A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH incised overall and depicting a whaling scene within foliate border; the reverse with a sailor's sweetheart ...

Ø A SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE'S TOOTH worked on one side and depicting a whale boat with six crew, one with a harpoon -- 6in. (15cm.); 220g

Ø A 19TH CENTURY WHALEBONE COSH turned from a section of whale's vertebrae with twine-work grip -- 15in. (38cm.); 460g

A NOVELTY BRASS AND GLASS LIGHTHOUSE CLOCK, PROBABLY FRENCH, CIRCA 1880 the brass body with moulded doors, anchors, lion masks, simulated bricks, ...

M.G. FREIDRICH (GERMAN, 19TH/20TH CENTURY) Racing off Cape Cod Signed 'M.G. Freidrich' (lower left) Oil on canvas 23½ x 35½in. (60 x 90cm.) Condi...

A 10IN. TERRESTRIAL GLOBE BY J. FOREST, PARIS, CIRCA 1925 plaster globe with coloured gores, inscribed with shipping routes and currents, coloured...

WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, 1769-1825) Cowes Castle Signed 'W. Owen' (lower left) and inscribed 'Cowes Castle' (lower right on rock) Watercolour over p...

A NOVELTY SILVER GRENADE-PATTERN CIGAR LIGHTER, RETAILED BY ASPREY, LONDON, 1886 threaded wick nozzle, enamelled signal flags indicating 'I Will C...

A WOOD AND BRASS YACHTING INCLINOMETER, PROBABLY LATE 19TH CENTURY constructed in the form of an anchor with weighed indicator and scale, mounted ...

A FINE 1:12 SCALE MODEL FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DRAGON CLASS YACHT KITTIWAKE R.H.K.Y.C., POSSIBLY BY STEVENS MODEL DOCKYARD, CIRCA 1950 the hull car...

EDWIN WEEDON (BRITISH, 1819–1873) Yachting, Racing off Cowes Rounding the Lightship Signed with initials 'E.W.' (lower left) and dated '1860' Wate...

A FINE SIX METRE CLASS POND YACHT, CIRCA 1930 with planked and framed 59in. hull, weighted keel to sprung steering gear, hatch over inscribed Gwen...

A 19TH CENTURY BRASS TILLER YOKE in the form of two opposed anchors with shackles -- 23in. (58cm.) wide; loosely mounted on shield-shaped wooden d...

TWO OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE SLIDING SEATS shaped wooden seats inscribed in outlined gold paint Oxford 1925 and Cambridge 1927, wooden supports with woo...

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