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Shop this category for; Nautical Hardware, blocks, cowl vent, portholes, Ship Wheels, ships binnacle, binnacle, ship's wheel, ship telegraphs, telegraph



Ships Binnacle – 1940’s

Ships Binnacle - 1940's $3000.00 Make 50% Deposit SKU: 11886

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Liberty Ship Portholes

Here is perhaps the last remaining stock of large Liberty Ship portholes in existence today. The glass measures 16 inches in diameter and the glass is 1 inch th...

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Solid Brass Porthole

Here is a solid brass porthole that measures 15 inches by 10 inches and weighs about 15 pounds. This complete porthole was used well above the water line where ...

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Solver & Savarrer Binnacle

A Solver & Savarrer binnacle manufactured by Iver C. Weilbach & Co. from Copenhagen, Denmark. This decorative piece holds an authentic Kelvin & Hugh...

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John Hand and Son Binnacle

This is a American made binnacle by John Hand & Son of Baltimore, Maryland. The serial # of this piece is #288, one of the earliest models we have seen. ...

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Lietz and Company Binnacle

This Standard binnacle was manufactured by A. Lietz & Co. out of San Francisco. She has a Kelvin & White dry card compass serial # EN744. This piece dat...

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Scottish Binnacle from the 1800s

Scottish Binnacle from the 1800s. This binnacle is one of the newest in the shop. It contains a Wilfred White dry card compass serial # 1706. She was made in...

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Pre-World War II Japanese Binnacle

This binnacle is a rare find, an older Japanese made unit probably just before WWII. The compass was manufactured by Nunotani Seiki Seisa Kusho Company from Osa...

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Heath and Co. aft steering binnacle

Heath and Co. aft steering binnacle

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E.S. Richie and Sons brass binnacle, circa 1930’s

E.S. Richie and Sons brass binnacle, circa 1930’s

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    by on October 14, 2015 - 0 Comments

    Vented Loop Vented loops or Anti-Siphon Valves: are inverted U-shaped pipes with a vent at the top to let air escape. Vented loops are found in toilet disc...

  • Engine Panel visor

    by on September 27, 2015 - 3 Comments

    Seaworthy Goods based in Florida have come up with an Engine Panel visor. The Engine Panel Visor is a custom cover to protect your boats engine panel from water...

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