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447 lots | 237 with images
June 12, 2013
Description: A collection of bottles and china salvaged from HMS Britannia and HMS Hindostan when moored in the River Dart , both ships were commissioned as training quarters for Officers prior to the building of The Royal Naval College in 1905. *Notes Originally HMS Prince of Wales (1860) and subsequently renamed HMS Britannia in 1869 to take over her predecessor as the training ship at Dartmouth cadets were often in the habit of throwing pieces overboard, many were produced locally at The Bovey Tracey Pottery, see Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood Maritime sale 1st April 2009 lot 12.View additional info »
Description: A Royal Worcester porcelain 'Nelsons Victory at Trafalgar' pewter lidded tankard .View additional info »
Description: Two Wade miniature British Pusser's rum bottles, one other bottle and a Gibraltar advertising card .View additional info »
Description: An Orient Steamship Navigation Company stoneware jardiniere by Royal Doulton , transfer printed emblem to ribbed body, 22.5cm high.View additional info »
Description: P&O line ashtray and an Orient line ashtray by Royal Doulton , both stamped with factory marks and liner company marks to base ( 2).View additional info »