Royal Navy & HMS artefacts are very collectable. Bells, treadplates and nameboards being the most popular maritime antiques and nautical collectables.
Antique ships nameboard from the British Royal Navy ship H.M.S. GRAEMSAY. This nameboard would have been mounted on the side of the ship's bridge.
Cast brass letters mounted onto a wooden backboard.
Dimensions: Length 4ft 10" / 148 cm - Letter height 6" / 15 cm.
A copper fixing pin recovered from the wreck of H.M.S. ANSON, wrecked on Loe Bar, Cornwall on 29th Dec 1807. Mounted on hardwood base with brass plaque. The copper fixing pin has Naval Broad Arrow marks stamped along its length. base measures 14.5" (37cm) x 6" (15cm)
Antique ship's porthole / scuttle.
A large British Royal Navy Battleship porthole.
Opening brass and glass door, brass back plate with twin dog clamps.
22 inch / 56 cm max diameter, 15 inch / 38 cm glass.
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Antique ship's bell engraved H.M.S CRESCENT, 1931.
From the British Royal Navy 'C' Class Destroyer.
Height 12.5 inches / 32 cm
Diameter 12.5 inches / 32 cm
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Antique sailors folk art wood carving of a saluting seaman. This hand carved sculpture depicts a Royal Navy sailor in uniform and it is stamped at the base H.M.S CAMPERDOWN. It is made from teak so it has probably been made from a piece of replaced decking from the ship.
H.M.S. CAMPERDOWN was a British Royal Navy battle class destroyer, She was named after the Battle of Camperdown, a naval engagement between the British and Dutch that took place in 1797, and resulted in a British victory.
The ship was built by Fairfields Shipbuilding & Engineering Company and launched on 8 February 1944 and commissioned on 18 June 1945.
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