Heavy Gauge Hallmarked Silver Antique Albert Pocket Watch Chain
A good hallmarked on every link with the lion passant silver mark Albert watch chain, it has a graduating link and a small separate chain with a 1915 George IV 3 pence coin, the T-bar and clip are not marked, the total weight is 45 grams and it comes in very good condition with signs of age. read more
Set Three 19thC Black Forest Carved Wooden Bears.
Mum, Dad and baby bears all hand carved during the latter part of the 19th century. For years we believed these beautiful carvings came from the Bavarian Black Forest of southwestern Germany, it has in fact been established that they are the creation of Swiss carvers, originating in the town of Brienz.
They are incredibly detailed they have even got bone teeth and little glass eyes. They... read more
Rare Early 20th Century Pocket Globe.
A rare tin plate pocket globe dating from around 1900 – 1910 or may be earlier dating to the late 19th century. It shows the world as it was and highlights the British empire in pink. It would of originally had a tin plate case which it sat in, this is now missing. The condition of this globe is very good, it does show a little wear to the surface but it still has good colour and it has a small... read more
Vintage Sterling Silver Scottish Clan Brooch
This is a large Scottish clan brooch, marked to the back with silver and 925 for Sterling and it has also been tested and it tests as sterling silver; the brooch depicts a garter belt with a hand holding a heart, not sure to which clan this belongs, it comes in super condition is very heavy gauge and measures just over two inches in diameter. read more
Vintage Royal Order of Buffaloes Neck Collar with Jewels
A great Royal Andalusian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB) neck collar set with six jewels (medals) one of which is hallmarked silver and various badges mostly all named to the same person Brother George Batty but coming from various lodges, the silver example dates from 1937 and the other jewels carry on into the war years. A really good display piece measuring 18 inches long and coming in very good c... read more
Roman Silver Coin Antoninus Pius 138 – 161AD
Roman silver coin (probably a Denarius,16 asses) of Antoninus Pius 138 – 161. Obverse; emperor’s head. Reverse; Legionnaire with shield and spear.
Antoninus Pius 19th September 86 – 7th March 161. He was the fourth of the Five Good Emperors from the Nerva–Antonine dynasty. Born into a senatorial family, Antoninus held various offices during the reign of Emperor Hadrian. He married Hadria... read more
Roman Silver Coin Tetricus II 270 – 273
Roman silver coin (probably a Denarius,16 asses) of Tetricus II 270 – 273. It has the radiated head of the emperor on the obverse, the reverse has what is known as priestly implements.
Gaius Pius Esuvius Tetricus was the son of Tetricus I, Emperor of the Gallic Empire. In 273, he was raised to the rank of Caesar, with the title of princeps iuventutis, and in January 274 he started his fi... read more
Roman Silver Coin Claudius 41 – 54AD
Roman silver coin (probably a Denarius,16 asses) for Claudius 41 – 54 AD. Obverse; emperor’s head. Reverse; figure with staff.
Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus 1st August 10 BC – 13th October AD 54. He was the fourth Roman emperor, ruling from AD 41 to 54. A member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, Claudius was born to Drusus and Antonia Minor at Lugdunum in Roman Gaul, where h... read more
Hallmarked Silver Shell Shape Caddy Spoon
A superior quality, heavy gauge hallmarked silver caddy spoon in a shell pattern, it carries a full set of hallmarks for Birmingham 1964 with a makers mark of P&H, it comes in super condition with no dings or dents and is a good weight, it measures just over 3 inches long. read more