A N T I Q U E S S H O P I N L I S K E A R D
G.W.R SIGNAL DEPT. WHISTLE.
Victorian Cribbage Box In Mahogany With Ivory Inlays.
Length 28 cm
Width 10 cm
Height 5.5 cm
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TELEGRAPH CABLE SAMPLE.
Telegraph Construction & Maintenance Company, Limited.
Contractors, London Atlantic. 1866.
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
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.
Victorian Stationary Box in Burr Walnut.
Height 13 cm
Width 23 cm
Depth 14 cm
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
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.
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.