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G.W.R SIGNAL DEPT. WHISTLE.
Victorian Cribbage Box In Mahogany With Ivory Inlays.
Length 28 cm
Width 10 cm
Height 5.5 cm
Ships Model and Case
Height : 94 cm
Width : 127 cm
Depth : 45 cm
NOSEGAY TOBACCO TIN.
Dimensions: Height 11 cm ,Width 22 cm ,Depth 15 cm
ALLIGATOR CIGAR CASE.
Set of Four 19th Century Stanley Ivory Rules.
rule 30 Has slight chip , see images for Details.
Height : 54 cm
Width : 30 cm
L.S.W.R HORN WHISTLE.
BRASS TRIPLE OIL LAMP WITH ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT.
Edwardian Chest of Draws.
Mahogany with Ivory Inlays.
Height 25 cm
Depth 17 cm
Width 25.5 cm
Victorian Copper & Wrought Iron Coal Bucket.
Height : 56 cm
Width : 51 cm
HOHNER SEXTET HARMONICA.
Length :107 cm
Width :12 cm
Enamelled Brass Vesta Case.
19th Century Antique Whale Tooth Corkscrew.
LARGE HEAVY GAUGE GEORGIAN COPPER LIDDED VESSEL.
Dimensions : Height : 34 cm Width : 26 cm Depth :33 cm.
BRONZE OF CHILD SEWING DOLL.
Dimensions : Height :12 cm Width : 5 cm Depth :5 cm
Victorian Medical Spirit Burner.
Down Bros Ltd, 21 & 23 St Thomas Street, London , Opposite Guys Hospital.
Serpentine Chest of Draws.
Dimensions: Height 19 cm ,Depth 11 cm
Width 19.5 cm
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Tortoiseshell Cribbage Board , Circa 1880.
Length 24.5 cm
width 6.5 cm
Height 2.5 cm
Victorian French Card/Envelope Box With Cut Steel Studwork.
Height 11.5 cm
Width 16.5 cm
Depth 12.5 cm
3 HARDWOOD FOLKART HEAD POTS.
19th C Gardiner & Sons, Bristol 12" Ivory Folding Rule.
National Association of Jewellers .
Hand Painted Plaque.
Height : 46 cm
Width : 44 cm
BRITISH RAILWAYS LAMP.
Victorian Miniature Tantalus In mahogany.
Height 20 cm
Width 19 cm
Depth 11 cm
Scissor Cigarettes Advertising Dice Cup.
"Scissors" Cigarettes Special Army Quality.
W.D & H.O.Wills, Bristol & London.
HERBERT DYER MOUSEHOLE , COOPER TEA CADDY.
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T.C.R. Agar Robartes Memorial Shield.
Thomas Charles Reginald Agar-Robartes (known as Tommy) (22 May 1880 – 30 September 1915) was a British Liberal politician.
Tommy Agar-Robartes was the eldest son and heir of Thomas Agar-Robartes, 6th Viscount Clifden, and his wife Mary (née Dickenson) and was brought up at Lanhydrock House, Bodmin. Educated at Oxford and a keen horseman, he played in the Oxford University polo team that beat Cambridge in 1903.
He was elected a Member of Parliament for Bodmin in the 1906 general election, but lost his seat in June 1906 following a controversial election petition by the defeated candidate alleging illegal payments to potential voters. He was elected to the St Austell Division of Cornwall in a by-election in 1908 and held the seat until his death.
He was commissioned a second-lieutenant in the Royal 1st Devon Imperial Yeomanry on 4 June 1902. At the outbreak of World War I he joined theRoyal Bucks Hussars as an officer.
Tommy then joined the
Coldstream Guards and
was subsequently posted to
France & Flanders. Captain
The Honourable Thomas
Agar-Robartes, in command
of No. 2 Coy, 1st Bn, the
Coldstream Guards, was
wounded in the Battle of
Looson 28 September and
killed by a sniper on 30
September 1915 after
rescuing a wounded
comrade under heavy fire
for which he was
the Victoria Cross.
Copper on Oak , Believed
to be Newlyn.
TELEGRAPH CABLE SAMPLE.
Telegraph Construction & Maintenance Company, Limited.
Contractors, London Atlantic. 1866.