A very good quality Alaska Yukon Gold Rush era brooch made by Mayer Brothers of Seattle Washington, founded in 1897, Mayer Brothers designed and manufactured gold rush souvenir type jewelry at during the first quarter of the twentieth century, this piece features a pick, shovel, pan and ore winch, it is adorned with actual gold placer nuggets.
Weighting 7.3 grams
A fine quality Hawkes “Rock Crystal” cut glass vase with mounts by the William B. Durgin Company, superb original condition, fully marked upon the base, the glass unmarked but certainly Hawkes Rock Crystal, Iris decoration, pond lilies in sterling at the base, an exceptional piece of Art Nouveau for the discerning collector, marked J.C. Grogan under the base, Grogan a prominent Pittsburgh jeweler of the early 20th century.
U.S. Naval Officers Sword Model 1852 with belt, buckle and portapee. Total length is about 36.75″, blade about 31″ long and .75″ wide. The blade is engraved Army & Navy Cooperative Phila PA, it is stamped “Proved” on the other side. It is in very good condition, has the original belt and scabbard. I believe this is a Spanish American War era sword, it is personalized with the name George A. Wilcox on the blade.
An original Norden MK15 Mod7 Bombsight, navy model, on it’s original stand. I believe this is what is known as a Lucas Harold manufacture. Missing the soft rubber eyepiece but there are replacements currently being made. A little dusty but original and from a collection of vintage WWII era flight related items. This is a very heavy item, we will be charging $70.00 to ship, insurance included.