French Naval Boarding Cutlass<br> by Chatellerault Armory 1847

French Naval Boarding Cutlass with Scabbard by Chatellerault Armory 1847   Dimensions:        Blade Length:  26 1/2″″              Overall Length: 33″           Width of blade: 1 3/8″      Depth of blade: 5/8″    Presented is hard to find French Model 1833 naval boarding cutlass, known […]

U.S. Navy Silver Quarterdeck Bell<br> from USS Piedmont (AD-17)

U.S. Navy Quarterdeck Bell off the USS Piedmont (AD-17) Dimensions:  Ht 7″ Diameter at Base: 8″ Wt: 6 lbs, 3 oz.   Presented is the first of these Navy bells that we’ve had the pleasure to offer.  The former owner of the bell acquired it as the ship was being decommissioned and transferred to the […]

Lionel 4″ Navy Boat Compass

Lionel Corp. 4″ Small Boat Compass Ca 1940 Presented is an early, 1940 U.S. Navy boxed small boat compass by Lionel Corporation of New York.   The Lionel Corporation during WWII  suspended the manufacture of toy trains to join the war effort. This fine instrument is marked 4″ BOAT COMPASS /Mark I (N) No. 5342, 1940 […]

US Naval Full Dress Rig <br> Bicorn Hat, Belt and Epauletts

US Naval Officers Full Dress Rig Bicorn Hat, Belt and Epauletts   Presented is a beautiful Naval Bicorn hat, belt assembly, and pair of epaulets by Hillborn Hamburger, Inc. of New York.  They are in extraordinarily fine condition for their age. The Cocked Hat was worn by officers with full dress uniforms commonly referred to […]

U.S. Naval Officer’s<br> Model 1852 Dress Sword

U.S. NAVAL OFFICER’S Model 1852 Dress Sword With Belt Named to Birge Swift Thompson       DIMENSIONS: Blade: 3/4 inch wide, 1/8 inch thick, 32 inches long, Handle 5 1/2 inches long. Length overall 38 1/4 inches. In scabbard 38 1/4 inches. >Fuller 21″ x 1/2“ Weight sword 2 Lbs 13 1/4 oz CONDITION: […]

US Navy Flare Gun by Sklar<br> of San Francisco WW II Period

Sklar Flare Gun – WW II Period   Presented is a Flare Gun by Sklar of  San Francisco  This is a WWII Design Sklar 37mm Flare pistol  The most common type of flare gun is a Very (sometimes spelled Verey), which was named after Edward Wilson Very (1847–1910), an American naval officer who developed and popularized a single-shot […]

Genealogical Tree<br> of British Naval Victories<br> Ca 1841

Engraving  Genealogical Tree of British Naval Victories  by H. Innes Dedicated to William the Fourth Ca 1841 Dimensions:  Framed  31 1/2″ x 23 1/2″ x 1″              Viewing Area:  29 1/2″ x 21 1/2″           Weight: 10 lbs. Presented is a very fine large engraving of a […]

U.S. Naval Officer’s<br> Bicorn Hat & Epaulets

U.S.. Naval Officer’s Bicorn Hat & Epaulets     Presented is a beautiful Naval Bicorn hat and pair of epaulets, in extrodinarily fine condition for their age. The Cocked Hat was worn by officers with full dress uniforms commonly refereed to as a “fore and aft” hat or bicorn. During the 1700’s the hat was […]

WW II<br> U.S. Navy Bureau Of Ships<br> Rolling Parallel Ruler<br> 1942

WW II U.S. NAVY BUREAU OF SHIPS ROLLING PARALLEL RULER 1942   Dimension L 18″ 1/4″ x W 2 1/4″ Weight 3 lbs 5 oz Presented is a stunning brass rolling parallel ruler inscribed “U. S. NAVY BU SHIPS N 1129 1942” by Theo. Alteneder of Philadelphia. This beautiful desk accessory is an outstanding piece of […]

Twin Brass Dolphin<br> U.S. Navy Submariner’s Plaque

Bronze Sugmariner’s Dolphin Plaque     Presented is a beautiful Plaque of the US Navy Submariners insignia. DIMENSIONS: 20″ W x 6″ H x 1/2″ D Weight 6 lbs. 13 oz. On 13 June 1923, Captain Ernest J. King, Commander, Submarine Division Three (later Fleet Admiral and Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, suggested to the […]