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  • Full Page Illustrated London News 1892
    FRONT PAGE From THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS July 1895... this is an ORIGINAL engraving....WE DO NOT DO REPRINTS OR COPIES UNLESS SPECIFICALLY STATED. Page size is 15 1/2" X 11 1/2". Ideal for framing for hanging in a Bathroom, Kitchen, Study etc.This Engraving will be sent rolled in a Cardboard Cylinder for maximum protection.
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Hawaiian Visitors Bureau 1959 Hawaii Island Tourist Pamphlet
    Published around 1959-1960 by Hawaii Visitors Bureau for the Island of Hawaii ( The Big Island) as a 8 1/2" x 3 1/4" pamphlet folding out to 21 3/4" 17" printed both sides with road maps and street maps of main towns plus tourist tips and general info. Condition god as pictured.
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Risque French Cartoon - Le Sourire Magazine 1920's-1930's
    Very 'tongue in cheek' Original risque French Parisian Cartoon from the Art Deco era. The cartoon measures 12 3/4" x 10".
    NZ$ 35.00
  • S.S. Tamaroa Souvenir Tea Caddy Spoon
    A neat old Souvenir brass Tea Caddy spoon with enamel Shaw Savile Line Crest. The Tamaroa was built as "Sophocles" at the Harland and Wolff yard in Belfast for the ABERDEEN LINE. She and her sister ship SS Diogenes, like other Aberdeen Line ships were conceived primarily as cargo vessels. Sophocles had accommodation for 130 first class and 420 third class passengers. In 1926, Sophocles and Diogenes were chartered by Shaw, Savill & Albion for the New Zealand trade. The third class accommodation was greatly improved and both ships benefitted from conversion from coal burning to oil, which brought an increase in speed to 15 knots, for the cost of £70,000 each. At this time Sophocles was renamed Tamaroa and Diogenes was renamed Mataroa . During World War II both Tamaroa and her sister ship were pressed into service as troopships. Tamaroa served in the North African campaign. At the end of hostilities, both vessels were refitted for tourist class only and served on the UK-Panama canal-New Zealand route until their scrapping in 1957.
    NZ$ 40.00
  • Toil And Pleasure - The Graphic 1880
    An Original Full Page coloured Engraving from THE GRAPHIC NEWSPAPER of December 1880. Page size is 16" x 11 3/4". Minor age spots mainly in border area.
    NZ$ 40.00
  • ESQUIRE
    This is 4 pages back to back (2 sheets). A series of wonderful skits on "ESKY' and the Nazis. A highly collectible piece of tongue in cheek cartoon work signed E. SIMMS CAMPBELL.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Ladies Home Journal Magazine - November 1954
    Just so full of great adverts...far too many to include all the stunning pics....and lots of romance stories and articles in this BIG 222 page PRE-XMAS issue. Oversize magazine measuring 13 1/2" x 10 3/4". Great condition for age (just missing back cover).... giving a wonderful insight into living in the USA in the early - mid 1950's. We have around 20 or so similar publications from this era...just ask! Adverts include, AVON COSMETICS, STANHOME MENS VANITY ITEMS, CARTER'S TODDLERTOWN, KLEENEX, DOG FOOD
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Vintage ROLLS ROYCE Aero Engine Conversion Tables
    This pocket booklet measures 5 1/2" x 4" and is in pretty good overall condition for age. Not certain of when published but would think perhaps pre World War Two or thereabouts.
    NZ$ 63.00
  • Ottoman Turkey Tax Agent Stamp 1876
    This small 1 1/4" high Tax Stamp is a Red Wax Seal Usher Tax Agent Stamp from the days of the Turkish OTTOMAN EMPIRE. I'm advised that it has a date of 1876 on it. It is made of lead type base metal. The Ottoman's are one of the greatest and most powerful civilizations of the modern period. Their moment of glory in the sixteenth century represents one of the heights of human creativity, optimism, and artistry. The empire they built was the largest and most influential of the Muslim empires of the modern period, and their culture and military expansion crossed over into Europe. Not since the expansion of Islam into Spain in the eighth century had Islam seemed poised to establish a European presence as it did in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Like that earlier expansion, the Ottomans established an empire over European territory and established Islamic traditions and culture that last to the current day (the Muslims in Bosnia are the last descendants of the Ottoman presence in Europe). The Ottoman empire lasted until the twentieth century. While historians like to talk about empires in terms of growth and decline, the Ottomans were a force to be reckoned with, militarily and culturally, right up until the break-up of the empire in the first decades of this century. The real end to the Ottoman culture came with the secularization of Turkey after World War II along European models of government. The transition to a secular state was not an easy one and its repercussions are still being felt in Turkish society today; nevertheless, secularization represents the real break with the Ottoman tradition and heritage.
    NZ$ 65.00
  • 1918 London County Council Trams Route Map Guide
    This is dated Spring 1918 and measures 5 1/2" x 3 1/4". It folds out to 16 1/4' x 13".
    NZ$ 70.00
  • 1946 Folies Bergere Program
    In wonderful condition for age... program size is 12 x 9 1/4" of 36 pages plus covers. Fabulous pics of cast and scenes and some really stunning old advertisements that would look great framed-up. Excellent Burlesque / Show girl Collectible piece
    NZ$ 75.00
  • Victorian Engraving 'Old Bridge Street - Chester' Circa 1836
    Another lovely old genuine Victorian Era Engraving. The Artistist is T.ALLOM and the Engraver is S. BRADSHAW. With mat but unframed.... measuring 11 3/4" x 10". Published by Fisher Son & Co, London & Paris. Some slight water stains.
    NZ$ 80.00
  • KLM Airlines Vintage Vanity & Darning Case Set
    This is in a lovely real leather case with the KLM LOGO embossed in gold on front...I would think that this would have been a FIRST CLASS GIVEAWAY dating to the 1950's-60's.All the contents are present and I would say in 'never used' condition. The case is 6" long x 5 1/2" at widest point.
    NZ$ 88.00
  • Very nice program of 34 pages plus cover....size is 12 1/4" x 9 1/4". Dates to mid to late 1950's we believe. Very good condition.
    NZ$ 98.00
  • Superb Victorian Treen Needle Case
    A beautifully made Treen Needle Case dating to the late Victorian era. The piece has three storage area for..... needles , thimble, pins? It measures 8 1/4" in length with a diameter of 1 3/8". A few little chips here and there but really it is a 'darling' old thing.....huge amount of detail work has gone into making this piece.
    NZ$ 115.00
  • Victorian Match Safe & Striker
    A vey sweet old Desk or table Vesta holder with Striker plus inlaid decorative marquetry panels to lid and front. The piece measures 31/2" in width and 2 1/4" in height and will be mid to late Victorian in period. In 1832, William Newton patented the "wax vesta" in England. It consisted of a wax stem that embedded cotton threads and had a tip of phosphorus. Variants known as "candle matches" were made by Savaresse and Merckel in 1836. John Hucks Stevens also patented a safety version of the friction match in 1839.
    NZ$ 115.00
  • Victorian Wooden Tea Caddy With Marquetry Decoration
    This Victorian Era Tea Caddy is in very nice condition bar missing one of the small interior lids. It measures 8" x 5 1/2" and is 5" in height. There is some nice inlay work to the lid in the form of a Compass. No key...baize covered base.Nicely made piece.
    NZ$ 155.00
  • Art Deco Day / Date Desk Calendar Circa 1930's
    Fabulous little Day Date Desk Calendar from the 1930's. Very simple and understated Art Deco with a Walnut veneer face and bone surround....some minor imperfections but a 'real must' for and Deco fans. One similar to this with a Shagreen face rather than Walnut has been offered by an online dealer at around US3000
    NZ$ 225.00
  • Victorian Arts & Crafts Pewter Mirror Circa 1890 - 1900
    A super old Victorian Pewter sheathed Mirror on a wooden frame. The Pewter is impressed in Repousse with art nouveau design and has two lovely Ruskin Pottery Roundels. Oval in shape measuring 15 1/4" x 12"
    NZ$ 235.00
  • French Small Bronze Napoleon III Style Trinket Box - Circa late 1800's
    A lovely French Bronze Trinket Box or small Jewellery Casket in the Napoleon III Style dating to the late 1800's. The casket is very ornate with raised scenes of Grape Harvesting and celebrating the Harvest & Vintage covering the lid, sides, and ends of the box. This piece has what may be the original silk lining in good condition. It measures 4 1/2" in length with a diameter of 2 1/2" and a height of 2 7/8". A super rather "special" gift item and a lovely collectible.
    NZ$ 275.00
  • French Small Bronze Napoleon III Style Trinket Box - Circa late 1800's
    A very sweet little late 1800's French Bronze Trinket Case in The Napoleon III Style with an ornate raised depiction of 18th to early 19th century Musicians and Aristocracy in a garden setting. The piece also has ornate raised scroll work on the sides and lovely little bun feet to base. Measures 4" in diameter with a height of 1 3/4". No silk lining present which it probably did have originally....quite simple of course to replace if wished. A lovely Gift Piece for a treasured Lady.
    NZ$ 275.00
  • Victorian Top Hat With Leather Carry Case - Circa late 1800's England
    Great old Beaver skin Top Hat with leather case. The hat has the makers name HEWETT & Co of Ryde & South Sea......silk interior lining is somewhat torn due to age. The hat has only minor wear signs to exterior. Inner band circumference is 22 inches and measure from inner front to back is 7 1/2" with diameter of 6 inches. The leather case has been well used....some splits to edges of the lid and a bit missing off one strap end but otherwise in good order. Fabulous DISPLAY PIECE for Pubs / Restaurants /Retail shops .....or as a PROP for theatres / plays etc.
    NZ$ 295.00
  • Quing Dynasty Presentation Box - Decorated Wood & Lacquer
    Fabulous old Presentation Case crafted in wood with lacquer and applied painted hand decoration. There is a small area of wear on case lid but otherwise in very nice condition. The case measures 18" x 10 1/4" x 4 1/2" and dates to the late 1800's or early 1900's period.
    NZ$ 495.00
  • Superb Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Style Jewel Casket
    A Truly beautiful Oval French Jewellery Case or Casket fashioned in THE NAPOLEON III style in Bronze and Hand Painted Glass with a mirrored top. The length is 7 1/2", the width at centre is 5 1/4", and height is 4". The Casket has a Lovely plush lined interior which looks to be original. One of the glass panels at back has cracks but is intact, The mirror on the lid shows age signs ….could be replaced but to me it is a part of the charm of this fabulous 100 years plus beauty! A perfect Gift for the woman who maybe has most things but not an Antique Jewel Casket?
    NZ$ 495.00
  • Superb Victorian Shaving Mirror With Candle Sconces
    A beautiful example of Victorian wood turning, this Shaving Mirror stands 21 1/2" in height and is 14" in width. I would definitly say that the mirror has been replaced but apart from that it looks very original with lovely little brass wing nut fittings. Not sure of the wood but think maybe it is mahogany.
    NZ$ 495.00
  • Superb French Late 19th Century Napoleon III Revival Jewellery Casket
    Another stunning French Napoleon III Style Jewellery Casket dating to the late 1800's. This fabulous piece is fashioned in leather and Bronze with a Gilt overlay. The interior lining base is rather worn but otherwise it is in just gorgeous condition with working key and lock.The case measures 8" x 4 3/4" with a height of 2 1/2". Seriously charming thing... a wonderful Gift for your loved Lady!
    NZ$ 525.00

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