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10-09   brass ship's porthole 

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ship's porthole from our Nautical catalogue - Phoenixant.com Price:    $475.00 US   
plus shipping & handling.
Quantity:  1
Dimensions:   23 inches in diameter;  diameter of glass 18";  depth 7 inches
Description:  Ship's porthole, brass, with four dog bolts; professionally polished; This one is a beauty, and is completely brass, not bronze; from a laker

  



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40-480    pressure gauge     SOLD

pressure gauge from our Nautical catalogue - Phoenixant.com Price:    $275.00 US   
plus shipping & handling.
Quantity:  1
Dimensions:   12 inches diameter; depth 2 ˝ inches
Description:   
# 1 pressure gauge, manufactured by E. H. Ashcroft, Boston, USA; restored brass.  the Ashcroft Company in Massachusetts advises that the company has been in business since the 1870's.  They are unable to verify whether this gauge was for nautical or industrial use; normally a nautical gauge would have 'WC' (water column) marked.  Possibly from a ship at the port of Montreal, where it was acquired.


Item #2000042     Ship’s wheel

ship's wheel from our Nautical catalogue - Phoenixant.com Price:   $675.00 US   
Plus shipping & handling .
Quantity:  
Dimensions:    Diameter 49"
Description:   
Ship’s wheel


Item #2000043 
  Ship’s wheel

ship's wheel from our Nautical catalogue - Phoenixant.com Price:   $675.00 US   
Plus shipping & handling .
Quantity:  
Dimensions:   Diameter 48"
Description:   
Ship’s wheel

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60-05   Ship's compass 1916

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ship's compass from our Nautical catalogue - Phoenixant.com Price:    $645.00 US plus shipping & handling.
Quantity:  1
Dimensions:   10 1/2 inches diameter; depth 4 inches
Description:   
This compass was manufactured in 1916 by E.S. Ritchie & Sons., Boston, USA.  It was sold on June 19'th of that year to Harrison & Company.   It is from a ship that is believed to have gone down off Long Point, Lake Ontario;  acquired from the Young family estate on East Lake, Ontario; restored brass, professionally polished and lacquered; inscribed  'E.S. Ritchie & Sons., Boston, USA', numbered '45357'.  (Many thanks to Ritchie Navigation for searching their company ledgers for this information.)

 

 


 



Item #EA-
03-SG-FA1 Model Sail Boat  

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folk art model sailboat from our folk art catalogue - Phoenixant.com

Price:  $296.00 US  ($345.00 CDN) plus shipping & handling
Quantity: 1
Dimensions:  Height 19" length 19" beam 6"
Description:  Late 19th or early 20th C model of the storm-battered sail boat "Ronaldo". Entirely as found, no restorations.

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