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Victorian Bronze Cold Painted Tortoise Counter Bell.

A wonderful piece of Victorian frivolity in this Tortoise counter bell. It is made from cold painted bronze and probably German in origin; when you push his head down the bell rings. Inside is a clockwork mechanism, which is wound from the bottom. This piece is in superb condition, some of the original paint has worn in obvious areas; it works really well and gives a nice continuous ring when the tortoise’s head, or tale is pushed. It measures 6 inches long

Code: 26215Price:

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Antique Railway Signal Lamp.

An old railway lamp with two colour glass filters, red and blue, which are pulled into place by a lever on each side of lamp, which can also be locked in place. It has its original large glass lens surrounded by a brass bezel, this is on a door, which opens so you can get to the inside and candle holder. It has both original handles, one on the top and one on the back and the whole thing is in excellent original condition with 99% of its original black paint intact. It measures 15 inches high including the handle.

Code: 26214Price:

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1937 George VI Silver Crown.

The 1937 crown, George VI the first crown of his reign. This one is uncirculated but has a certain amount of light toning, it retains all of its original frosting, an all-round very nice collectable coin.

Code: 26213Price: 55.00 GBP

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Large Vintage Silver Plaid Brooch Maclean Clan.

A large Sterling Silver Plaid brooch from around the 1930’s / 40’s period, with the motto ‘Virtue Mine Honour’ the motto of the Maclean clan. It is very heavy gauge silver, it is not hallmarked on the back, it is just marked ‘Sterling Silver, Scotland and a makers mark of RGL for R G Laurie, a Scottish silversmith working from around 1900. It comes in excellent original condition with a good sturdy pin. It measures 2.25 inches in diameter.

Code: 26212Price:

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Victorian 1890 Crown.

1890 silver crown, lightly toned and showing only light wear to the surface, around VF condition, no knocks or scratches.

Code: 26211Price:

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Unusual Silver Pocket Watch Chain.

A sterling silver pocket watch chain with this unusual square rope link. It has a silver swivel and T bar attached and comes in excellent condition. it measures 15.5 inches long.

Code: 26210Price: 38.00 GBP

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Edwardian Silver Vesta 1909.

An unusual round silver vesta case nicely engraved with foliate scrolls and clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1909. The condition is very good, it has a few very shallow dents, but this doesn’t show due to the engraving. A very good and unusual example.

Code: 26209Price: 38.00 GBP

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Pair of Matching Victorian Silver Salts 1899.

A very attractive pair of Hallmarked silver salts. Made of a good gauge of silver and decorated with C’ scrolls and cherubs and stand on shell feet, with crimped rims to the top. The both carry the hallmarks for London 1899 by Thomas Levesley a very good silver smith, who later teamed up with his brother to become manufacturers.
Both salts are in very good condition, no dents or wear. They each measure 2 inches in diameter and stand 1.75 inches high.

Code: 26208Price:

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Edwardian Nickle Silver Pocket Watch.

A very nice railwayman’s type pocket watch, it has a very good quality heavy gauge Nickle Silver case with a white enamel dial, this has a small area of restoration around the 2 to 3 o clock area. It comes in very good working order and it keeps good time. It is a Key wind watch and comes with its original key. a very good watch for general use. It measures 2 inches in diameter.

Code: 26207Price:

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Superb Late Victorian Ransome’s Patent Travelling Inkwell

This style of ink well was invented in the Victorian era and was used on campaigns and by travellers, on the front it has Ransome’s patent with the queens crown in between and De la Rue & Co under, these were probably retailers of the time, made with a wooden surround the metal in well pushes out and slides into a locked position, press a button on the side and the lid opens to reveal the ink well, it comes in excellent condition for its age but shows signs of use, it measures 2.25 inches long.

Code: 26206Price: 25.00 GBP

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