Made in West Germany, this nice beer stein has old world maps of the northern and souther hemispheres. Probably nautical chart maps because of the compass and clipper ship design also. Real pewter lid. Stamped OLWE West Germany, and some other German words that is blurry, and I can't make out. Measures8" tall to the tip of the pewter finial over the handle. Perfect condition.
Unknown to me who the maker of these lovely glasses are. Heavy bottom and made of crystal. Cut pattern of a clipper sailing ship with seagulls flying. Measures 6 1/4" tall and in perfect condition. I have 5 available. Price is for each. Great for that old pirate and his nautical themed bar.
Hard to believe this old music is from 1910. It is in such great condition! Nice old cove of a couple by the lake, canoe, and riverboat in the background. Reverie by Scott Clark.
This is a wonderful old advertising thermometer for Golden Glow Brewing Company Oakland, California. Sellers of beer & ale. Appears to still work. Has a picture of a sailing ship and the brass case is in the shape of a ships wheel. There are 2 of the little brass pegs missing. Foil face is a little rippled, but not bad.
Selection of sheet music from 1937. Harbor lights by Jimmy Kennedy and Hugh Williams. The cover would be nice for framing due to the light house and ship in the harbor. Good condition.
A wonderful rare selection with a Great cover. US Transport ships, and Emma Carus on the cover. Words by Howard Johnson and Coleman Goetz. Music by George Meyer. Very good condition, pages still intact. Wonderful transportation collectible to frame also.
This little horseshoe shaped dish measures about 4 x 4 1/2". Stamped Germany in a green circle and has the number 255 incised. Not an ashtray! Has a sailing ship in relief, hand painted. Some gold trim accent paint.
Lovely crystal mug with the clipper ship cutting by Javit. Mug is 5 1/4" tall and has a heavy bottom with a nice roomy handle. Perfect condition. I have 2 available. Price is per tankard
This lovely decanter was produced by Jim Beam in 1963. It features a painting of Dutch sailing ships (in blue and a reddish hue) on the front and on the back an embossed windmill scene, and some refer to it as The Windmill Bottle. It is made of opaque glass, measures approximately 13 inches high. The bottle is beautiful, curvaceous and detailed,and in perfect condition, making a wonderful addition to any collection!
VISTA ALEGRE porcelain dish representing a former military Gunboat 1798) with the brand of "Maritime Museum - Lisbon on the back. Measures 4 1/4" x 6 1/2". Perfect condition, gold edge trim.
Take a look at this wonderful large plate or round platter. Measures 13 3/4" in diameter and is made of heavy thick glass with frosted reverse cut outs of sailboats. Nice and deep 1 5/8". No chips or cracks, but there are a couple of scratches over the smaller boat from the reverse side. Would be a wonderful serving platter for a nautical themed kitchen. Not sure of the maker. I thought it may have been made by Fostoria.
A wonderful limited art print hand signed and numbered by the artis. Number 24 of 500. "Spanish Galleon" Professionally framed and matted. This great piece measures 22 x 28 overall measurement. Jim Campbell, well known nautical artist born in Detroit Michigan in 1928. In the course of his sailing ship research, he has become a historian as well. He revels in the telling of tales and debunking myths created by authors to suit their stories...