Miscellaneous Antiques
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$185.00
5 5/8" diameter with rounded bottom and vertically raised rim. Stout circular foot. Black polished finish lightly eroded from burial, about 80% intact with the loss confined to the raised rim. A good quality example serving the upper middle class of ancie... (read more)
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$145.00
Iron Age II, 938-586 BC. Black terra cotta. 2 5/8" height. Spherical body with thick flared neck and hand loop. Undamaged with surface soil adhesion from burial. The neck and evidently the reservoir as well filled with burial mud.... (read more)
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$165.00
Iron Age II, 938-586 BC. Black terra cotta. 3" height with inverted turnip form body and thick flared neck. Loop hand grip. The rounded bottom is indicative of use with a dirt floor. Undamaged with light encrustation from burial. Phoenician traders servic... (read more)
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$85.00
Three. 7"-8 1/2" length. Good quality English example with hard rubber capped antler grip, marked XL GEORGE WOLSETNHOLM SHEFFIELD ENGLAND. Unmarked antler gripped example with carved JM initials and 1903 patented iron handled example. Used to clean and pr... (read more)
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$115.00
Used by soldiers whose legs were amputated from leg wounds and illustrated in standard references. (Field amputation was the treatment for all limb wounds owing to the inability to fight infection.) This example of Civil War production and use, evidently ... (read more)
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$345.00
For the 24 pounder, the main naval cannon employed by both the British, and American by association and French. 5.55" diameter, the 24 pounder. 24 pounders were the main guns on the heaviest of frigates through the 17th and 18th centuries, only exceeded b... (read more)
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$130.00
1770-83. Large example at 3 1/4" diameter., with shanked moulding (raised recurved ribs). Broad cobalt blue bands to the inside rime, overlaid in gold with alternate angled foliage band and dot motif. Triple gold and cobalt cornflower motifs to the exteri... (read more)
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$160.00
1770-83. Each with shanked moulding (raised recurved ribs). Broad cobalt blue bands to the inside rime, overlaid in gold with alternate angled foliage band and dot motif. Triple gold and cobalt cornflower motifs to the cup exterior and bowl interior. The... (read more)
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$125.00
From An Epistle to the National Meeting of FRIENDS in DUBLIN by John Pike, printed and bound by Benjamin Franklin in 1757 in his Philadelphia print shop. 6 1/2" x 4". Raw edge slightly irregular and the bound edge fine. Mottled dark age toning with the te... (read more)
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$85.00
Pewter pint with owner's initials CLC to the front. Tapered form. PINT mark near the lip. Ex:Ken Paul movie prop stock, used in English movies from the 1950s-early 90s.... (read more)
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$120.00
5/8" diameter with 9 in stylized wreath. Surface dark with good detail and no damage. The compound back loop intact. The 9th Light Infantry fought under Colonel Paul Hillolyte-Alexandre Baume at Waterloo.... (read more)
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$110.00
5/8" diameter with 29 in stylized wreath. Surface worn, probably as used, from polishing. The compound back loop intact. The 29th Regiment of the line fought under Colonel Gabne Etienne-Nicholas Rousselot at Waterloo. E.x: Waterloo Museum, Broadstairs, Ke... (read more)
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$140.00
1" diameter with crowned French Imperial Eagle motif. Crisp detail with soft stable green patina Back loop lacking. E.x: Waterloo Museum, Broadstairs, Kent, England.... (read more)
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$145.00
1" diameter with crowned French Imperial Eagle motif. Copper, with crisp coin like detail and lovely chocolate patina. Back loop present but detached E.x: Waterloo Museum, Broadstairs, Kent, England.... (read more)
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$140.00
1783-91. Each with shanked moulding (raised recurved ribs). Matching decoration of cobalt blue underglaze and sun burst to the center of the bowl. The cup and bowl both with three different flower buds in gold. The forms and decoration both descend from t... (read more)
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$115.00
1" diameter with crowned French Imperial Eagle motif. The surface motif in low relief as made. Back loop intact. Surface lightly scaled/oxidized both sides from burial. Imperial Guards were elite troops chosen from various branches to serve the Emperor di... (read more)
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$625.00
7 1/2" overall length. Beautifully crafted one of a kind. A Civil War or earlier field artillery piece with ringed muzzle brass barrel. Wood carriage with elevation screw below the breech. Eight spoke wheels. The rims, shod with brass, of four conjoined s... (read more)
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$70.00
18th-19th century. Companion to the riser above. Continental Europe. Unmarked. 11 1/4" diameter with rolled edge cylindrical upper in two stages and rounded edge bottom of particular thickness to survive and store the stove heat. Hinged drop handles. Well... (read more)
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$185.00
Providing an interesting insight in Worcester production and history. Dr John Wall sold the Worcester factory in 1783 to Thomas Flight marking the end of the "First Period" and the use of the underglaze crescent mark. Thomas Barr joined the company as par... (read more)
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$145.00
Dr. Wall period, C.1770-83. Each with shanked moulding (raised recurved ribs). Matching decoration of cobalt blue underglaze and gold thistle to the center of the bowl and repeated three times on the cup. Both with the Dr Wall crescent mark underglaze on ... (read more)
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Solid metal type as carried by high ranking Samurai in the Edo period. This example later and probably made for ceremonial use. 13 1/4" length, solid iron made in the form of the fan with simulated folds. The grip pierced with a hole for a tassel or thong... (read more)
$325.00
Early example 30 3/8" Length. Natural cane 2 3/4" diameter with large scorched edge embouchure. The body with large opened matrix of hound's tooth bands. Shows great age with good patina and some wear. Ex: Christies Amsterdam (1980's) with old Dutch (?) i... (read more)
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Rare. The only actual example we have encountered. Collected by Baptist Missionaries in the late 19th century. Outer hide band through six large European nails or spikes are pierced and secured by the hide backing which is stitched on with hide lace. Hide... (read more)
$80.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., Just under 5/8" diameter. Amber glass with slightly flattened sides. Very light surface texture and a few small old chips or flakes. Together with another large glass Egyptian earring of the same period. Broken and with irides... (read more)
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$80.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., 7/16"" diameter (just under 1/2"), stone or shell. Surface encrusted as it was likely removed form a mummy.... (read more)
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10th-14th centuries. Iron, 2 3/8" length. Angled body with square eye for mounting. The base mushroomed from use.... (read more)
$95.00
10th-14th centuries. Iron, 2 1/4" length. Angled body with square eye for mounting. The base mushroomed from use.... (read more)
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10th-14th centuries. Iron, 3 1/4" length of stepped angular form with notched tip and square eye. The base mushroomed from years of use. Mounted on a light flexible wood rod which allowed quick precise movement over the surface of the sculpture and in ski... (read more)
$130.00
Intricately woven from hand spun wool. The projectile pocket with split well to accommodate larger projectiles. The pocket edge and flanking cords intricately woven in multi-color lattice patterns. The decoration of utility items is an indication of an af... (read more)
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$435.00
Bronze, 21" height. Classic open geometric work with chiseled details as found on Coptic cross pendants. Separate conical socket securing the cross with copper rivets. Shows age but as with all Coptic church artifacts, dating is very difficult. As it woul... (read more)
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