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Georgian samovar that would be an amazing vase.
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Tri-ang Ocean Set
A collection of 36 pieces from a number of Tri-Ang Minic Ocean Terminal sets combined with extra accessories and ships added - a couple of the early battleships are not Tri-Ang but are unbranded and earlier than the main set and made (I think) of lead. This is your own 32 piece Ocean Terminal with dock sides, terminal buildings, a pier and dance hall, warehouse and fuel storage and a collection of liners including The Royal Yacht and accompanying Frigates and Battleships including HMS Swiftsure and RMS Caronia. 6x M827 Breakwater Straight 8x M836 Quay Straight 1x M837 Crane Unit Base 1x M838 Storage Tanks 1x M839 Customs Shed 1x M840 Warehouse 3x 841 Ocean Terminal 1x M847 Pier Straight 1x M849 Pier Head 1x 852 Pier Building 1x M701 RMS Caronia 1x M706 SS Neuw Amsterdam 1x M721 The Royal Yacht 1x M723 Isle of Guernsey 1x M761 HMS Sweetsure 1x M791 HMS Whitby 2x Unmarked WW! battleships (lead) All the pieces are original vintage toys or accessories that are showing the usual signs of being play worn - whilst in good structural condition there are scratches, paint chips and possible missing pieces - this set is sold as found Please contact us for a delivery quote or for collection from Winchester, Hampshire.
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Antique Cable Temple Glasses
Probably gold plate rather than solid gold, these cable glasses date between 1880 and 1920. Not in their original case , but original glasses with the wonderful bendy piece to roll behind your ears... Please contact us for a delivery quote or for collection from Winchester, Hampshire.
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Punch and Judy Iron Doorstops
Two fabulous Punch and Judy cast iron doorstops. Punch has a dog by his side and Judy is holding the baby, with a cat next to her. These Punch and Judy doorstops are about a foot tall and are very heavy. It would be a shame to waste them on the floor, they should be on display! Contact Us for more details and pricing
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Spitfire First Day Cover
A First Day Cover celebrating The 50th Anniversary of the first flight of the prototype Spitfire K505H on 5th March 1936 - published in 1986.
The cover is wrapped in polythene for protection and then attached to a sheet of A4 paper that explains the event and the identity of the signature. This has then been placed within a further plastic folder. The plastic cover has signs of dust on it but the double wrapped protection has kept the actual FDC in excellent condition.
The signature is from Sir Rex Hunt - A WWII Spitfire Pilot in the Battle of Britain and in later years the Governor of the Falkland Islands during the conflict with Argentina in 1982.
There is a second signature on the reverse of the envelope to certify authenticity. Please contact us for a delivery quote or for collection from Winchester, Hampshire.