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1657/18: An interesting and good quality cased SHIPS MODEL of the "Kathleen & May" ~ the last of the famous three-masted schooners. The "Kathleen & May" was built by Ferguson and Baird at Connah's Quay in Flintshire, and she became a familiar sight as she plied her trade along the North Coast of Devon. This fine model was made by Commander Masters Norman DSC., who was official modeller to the Admiralty. Overall dimensions of the case: 35ins long; 18ins high 12ins deep. (89 x 46 x 30.5cms) c.0

model, object, ship

£985

1618/18: A fine late Victorian/Edwardian MARINE CHRONOMETER in full working order, by Asmus Johanneson of London. The good three-tier mahogany case is bound in brass, with recessed brass side handles. It opens to reveal the 56-hour movement set within gymbals, with locking lever and original ratcheted winding key. The engraved & silvered dial is signed, and features a seconds dial and an "Up-and-Down" dial below "XII". Guaranteed at least two years. * Danish born Asmus Johanneson was head of the London firm (based at 149 The Minories) which had a fine reputation for chronometers, supplying the Admiralty with them from 1890-1910. c.1900

chronometer, clock, marine, ship

£2950