Firestone Tyre Service, a double sided vitreous enamel advertising sign, 34 x 52 cm
An exhibition standard 2 inch scale model of a John Fowler A7 General Purpose Traction Engine, number 11298, built by Mr K.H. Tucker of Street, Somerset. The model having copper boiler with fitted pressure gauge, water sight glass, regulator, firebox door and lever operated direction control. The model finished in red and black paintwork with polished brass boiler bands, detailed rivet work, spoken flywheel, winch with fair-leads, worm steering, strakes and spoked wheels with rubber tyres and brass plaque to cylinder block. The boiler was tested to a pressure of 200lbs/psi on the 8th of May 1997 by Cheddar Models Ltd, it has not been run during our vendors ownership. 90 x 36 x 60cm.
Fowler 11298 has not survived into preservation, built c.1909/10 it could drive threshing machines, saw benches and stone crushers the a belt on the flywheel, it could also haul up to 40 tons and had two gears resulting in either 3mph or 6mph. This example can run of either coal or compressed air.
Seiko, Navigator Timer, a stainless steel automatic watch with dual time zone, c.1970's, ref. 6117-6410, no. 031105, cal 6117B, 17 jewel movement, stainless steel bracelet with fold over clasp, diameter 41mm, two spare links, box and instruction booklet.
An Arts & Crafts oak side table, octagonal shaped top with lower cross member, raised on four curved legs.
70cm tall, 61cm diameter.
A Bronica SQ-Ai medium format film camera (serial number of body - 1523872), with winding crank, waist level finder, dark slide, also including a Zenzanon-PS 80mm f2.8 lens (serial number - 8326407)
1960 BSA A7 Shooting Star, project. Registration number not registered. Frame number GA7 389. Engine number CA7 SS 6736.
A nearly complete project, buyers should satisfy themselves as to the completeness of this project.
Of 9th Queens Lancers interest; a white metal/silver beaker, unmarked, electronically tests as over 0.925 grade, with regimental engraving, Kabul Kandahar, Afghanistan 1878-9-80, 14.5cm, 215gm.
In 1878 the 9th took part in the Afghan campaign. In October 1879 a squadron took part in the action at Charasiah. At Kila Kazi in November 1879 the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Clelland, was mortally wounded while leading a charge. In 1880 the Regiment took part in Lord Roberts’ famous march from Kabul to Kandahar, where on the 1st September Ayub Kahn’s Army was completely routed. The 9th was awarded the honours ‘Charasiah’, ‘Kabul 1879’, ‘Kandahar 1880’, and ‘Afghanistan 1879-80’.
Rene Lalique, a Falcon glass car mascot, model 1124, designed circa 1925, moulded R Lalique, wheel engraved France to the side, hand engraved No. 1124 to the underside, 16 cm high.
Provenance; obtained by our vendors grandfather when he was a chauffer, descent to her father and then to her. She was a farmers daughter and used it for rifle target practise, lucky she is a bad shot!!
A Lister Type A Spec 15 2 1/2hp stationary engine, number 51876, mounted on wheels.
Supplied to Collinsons of Beverley on the 6th November 1925
2011 Norton Commando 961 Sport, 961 cc. Registration number KJ51 COM. Frame number SAYCMM01SAY000213. Engine number 501/0037.