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Office, Workshop & Farm — McKenzies Auctioneers

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Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:14
Lots with images:14
Prices available:14
Category:Office, Workshop & Farm





LotDescriptionPriceImage
*** Rare c.1912, Us Navy divers helmet manufactured by A.J. Morse & Sons (inc) Boston Massachusetts USA matching serial numbers, 1370 12 bolt mount, later paint, front glass grill cover removed. Height 43.5 cm ***
*** A rare Robison Brothers Melbourne 1945, divers helmet manufactured from copper and brass. The helmet carries a Dept. of Defence serial number stamped into the breastplate 'D 307 D'. Height 48 cm. Note: It is believed that only 50 helmets were produced in 1945, and its unknown how many were scrapped by the Dept. Of Defence, after the war ***
*** A rare copper and brass pearl Divers helmet manufactured by C. E. Heinke & Co. (1871 and 1922) London, together with a diving boot of similar period height: 46 cm; width; 37 cm;. Depth 39 cm (helmet) ***
*** A Troughton and Simms ships Navigation instrument Used for redrawing large maps to small scale 19th century with London makers stamp, with original case. BandW photograph and letter with the item, postmarked 1878 box length 63 cm ***
*** Boxed Octant Maritime Navigational instrument mid 20th century, brass with mahogany case manufactured by Hezzanith, England with retailers label, L. J. Harri, Amsterdam 26 x 24 cm ***
*** World War I pattern 200 Aircraft compass, designed by Capt. Creagh-Osbourne, Royal Navy in 1911. Diameter 7 cm ***
*** Pair maritime kerosene ships lanterns anchor patt. 1944, with makers plaques, Best & Lloyd Ltd. & Kempthorne Melbourne Australia. Heights 41 cm and 45 cm ***
*** Large ships signal kerosene lantern on wrought iron wall mount. Height 46 cm ***
*** A set of three copper and glass, ships lanterns Starboard, port and Masthead, the lights dated on their glass, 3/12/26, these belonged to the vessel, 'Pollyanna' (56 feet) which caught fire whilst re-fuelling at Royal freshwater yacht club in 1942, these lights had been temporarily removed during vessel renovations at the time ***
*** Japanese Tamaya & Co sextant, manufactured Tokyo, model number 632, model 1, with wooden fitted case ***
*** A pair of ship's lanterns, mid 20th century; copper and brass construction. Height 47 cm ***
*** Maritime ships wheel 19th century, brass and turned mahogany total diameter 44.5 cm ***
*** I) a 20th century metal Railway lantern. Height 46 cm, ii) a 20th century ship's lantern, copper and brass. Height 37.5 cm ***
*** A Watkins & Hill Charing cross pocket compass 19th century, London. The compass has a white enamel dial inside a fitted leather case ***

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