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Schatz German Naval Clock

Schatz German naval clock made of brass.  This maritime clock is a very accurate time piece and features an 8-day mainspring with included winding key.  It has two 8-day mechanical movements; one for the clock and one for the chimes to mark the time-honored "Ship's Bells" naval watch system.  Bell rings properly on hour & half hour in standard nautical sequence of: 1 bell – 12:30, 2 bells 1:00, 3 bells – 1:30 and so on.  8 bells – 4:00, then it repeats every 4 hours.  Back is marked: Aug. Schatz & Sohne Germany. Dimensions: Height: 10 cm (3.93 inches) Diameter: 18 cm (7 inches) Weight: 1.72 kg (3.79 lbs)

Lilly & Reynolds Naval Clock

Lilly & Reynolds naval clock made of brass.  This is an operational Lilly & Reynolds Ltd. of London maritime clock with opening glass cover.  Comes with winding key. Dimensions: Height: 10 cm (3.93 inches) Diameter: 20.5 cm (8 inches) Weight: 2.58 kg (5.68 lbs)

Joan of Arc Sculpture

Joan of Arc or Jeanne d'Arc in French (1412 – 30 May 1431) is considered a French heroine for her role in the Hundred Years war against the English occupation of France.  Joan of Arc was captured and burnt at the stake by the English.  She was later canonized by the Roman Catholic church as a saint. This beautiful gun grade metal sculpture of Joan of Arc in an art nouveau style shows in great detail her armor and chain of armor suit beneath and her beautiful face expression.  She is wearing a golden laurel, holding a sword in her right hand and spear in her left.  At the base her helmet and crossbow can be seen. Dimensions: Height: 76 cm Width: 29 cm Base width: 23 cm Weight: 11.3 kg  

Samurai by James Turner

An elderly Japanese Samurai bronze sculpture by James Turner.  The Japanese samurai is shown with his katana sword and seems to be getting ready to draw it.  Flower pattern on his yukata (male kimono).  Small plaque on the wooden base" "Samurai by James Turner".  Marked in the back: 19/20 James Turner. Dimensions: Height: 37.5 cm (14.76 inches) Width: 22 cm (8.66 inches) Base width: 16.5 cm x 29.5 cm (6.49x 11.61 inches) Weight: 6.3 kg (13.88 lbs)  

USS Maine Memorial Brass Plaque

This U.S.S. Maine Memorial Brass Plaque commemorates the explosion and sinking of the ship in Havana harbor, Cuba, at 9:40 on the evening of February 15, 1898 causing the deaths of 250 out of 355 sailors on board.  It is this incident that triggered the Spanish-American war that spread from the Caribbean to the Philippines ending up in American dominance over those regions. USS Maine memorial brass plaque features the following writing and markings: "In Memoriam / U.S.S. Maine / Destroyed in Havana Harbor / February 15th 1898 / This tablet is cast from metal recovered from the U.S.S. Maine." The lower right corner is stamped "© C. KECK Sc. / 1913 Cast By / Jno. Williams Inc. / N.Y." The bottom edge is stamped 1305. On the back top left corner: "Tablet No 1305 / Charles Keck, Sculptor / Cast By / Jno Williams Inc. / Bronze Foundry / New York / 1913." This item will include some unique photos and documents associated with the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine plaque and incident. Dimensions: Height: 32.5 cm (12.79 inches) Width: 45 cm (17.71 inches) Weight: 3.3 Kg (7.27 lbs)  

Alan Shepard Memorabilia American Legion Plaque

Or best offer This is a piece of Alan Shepard memorabilia that has not been seen for decades.  It is probably a one of a kind plaque commissioned and presented to astronaut and naval pilot Alan Shepard Jr. for his amazing accomplishment of being the first American and the second human after Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagerin to orbit the earth.  On May 5, 1961, Shepard piloted the Mercury-Redstone 3 mission and named his spacecraft, Mercury Spacecraft 7, Freedom 7. As a show of appreciation and admiration for his incredible achievement in the height of the Cold War and the start of the space race, the American Legion decided to present Alan Shepard with this plaque as an award. Dimensions: Height: 49 cm (19.29) Width: 35.5 cm (13.97 inches) Weight: 7.9 Kg (17.41 lbs)

Saint Barbara Skoda Sculpture

Or best offer Saint Barbara was an early Christian martyr worshiped by mainly Catholics who face danger of sudden and violent death at work.  She is the patron saint of artillery and explosives professions, armorers and gunsmiths, military engineers, miners and tunnelers.  This statue of Saint Barbara features the main items associated with her story: the three windowed tower, a cannon and a branch. This statue of Saint Barbara is one of two known to be made as a special commissioned work for the Czech Skoda company.  Skoda started in 1859 as an arms manufacturing company, later a producer of bicycles, motorcycles, cars and trucks.  During World War 2 and Nazi Germany's occupation of Czechoslovakia, the Skoda factory was under control of Reichswerke Hermann Göring and served as producers of artillery parts, aircraft, firearms and ammunition components.  This statue is thought to be presented to the Nazi officers who controlled the company in 1942.  The statue is said to be made of artillery grade metal. The small plaque at the base reads: Skodawerke Pilsen, Kreigsjahr 1942. It is in excellent condition. Specifications: Height (with base): 51 cm Width (total): 16.5 cm Width of base: 14 cm Weight: 13.1 Kg

Knight, Death and the Devil Copper Relief

Knight, Death and the Devil copper relief depicting the famous engraving by German artist Albrecht Durer from 1513.  The work features an armored knight riding on his horse with his dog beside him as he is followed by the Devil and the angel of death from the cliff and woods near him. Specifications: Height: 31.5 cm (12.4 inches) Width: 28 cm (11 inches) Measurements include the frame

US Navy Deep Sea Diver’s Knife

Original U.S. Navy WW2 KA-BAR marked deep sea diving knife with brass scabbard.  The knife has a one side serrated blade and the knife screws into the scabbard.  The hilt is wood with a brass pommel.  This A standard issue knife for all US World War 2 deep sea divers.  This knife is marked as made by Union Cutlery Co. Olean NY. Specifications: Total knife length (not including scabbard): 33 cm (13 inches) Blade length: 18 cm (7 inches) Hilt length: 15 cm (6 inches) Scabbard length: 21.5 cm (8.46 inches)  

British Navy Diver Knife By Siebe Heinke

British Royal Navy diver's knife by Siebe Heinke London with brass scabbard and hilt.  This rare British diver's knife is one of a limited production that were made by Siebe Heinke between 1962-1965.  This British Navy brass depth diver knife has a non-magnetic scabbard with a belt loop.  It is in very good condition and a rare find due to the limited quantities produced and the condition. Specifications: Total knife length (not including scabbard): 27.5 cm Blade length: 16 cm Hilt length: 11.5 cm Scabbard length: 21 cm Total length with scabbard: 31 cm

Dahlgren Bowie Knife Bayonet

The Dahlgren bowie knife bayonet is a Civil War era Union US Navy bayonet designed by Admiral John Dahlgren for use with the Plymouth/Whitneyville Model M1861 Rifle, and made by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee Massachusetts.  The Dahlgren Bowie bayonet's new design's intention was to replace the then-standard sword length bayonet with a more maneuverable bayonet for Navy purposes such as close quarters combat in ships, boarding actions, shore landings, and others and for use as either a traditional bayonet or a hand held edged weapon bulky enough to defend against swords and the heavy rifles used at the time. This Dahlgren Navy bowie bayonet is one of only 1800 produced between 1861-1864, and this item is marked as produced in 1862. Comes with an unoriginal scabbard. Markings: On ricasso: Side 1: USN D.R 1862. "D.R" initials are of the military inspector at the Ames plant, Daniel Reynolds. Side 2: Ames Mfg Co./Chicopee/Mass Specifications: Total knife length (without scabbard): 43 cm Blade length: 30.8 cm Hilt: 12 cm Total knife with scabbard: 44.5 cm  

Deep Dive Knife by Siebe Gorman

Deep dive knife by Siebe Gorman & Company London 1910.  This specialty knife is made of brass or bronze with a bakelite hilt used by British deep sea divers.  Made by the Siebe Gorman company that specialized in maritime engineering and diving equipment such as diving helmets, breathing apparatuses and others. This rare deep sea diver knife is in very good condition, showing the crest of the manufacturer which not all models feature.  The other side of the hilt read: "Siebe Gorman and Co. Ltd. Submarine Engineers London (Patent)".  This was probably a presentation knife. Dimensions: Knife length (without scabbard): 33.5 cm Blade: 19.5 cm Hilt: 14 cm Scabbard: 21 cm Total length: 35 cm