Salvaged Stainless Steel Samson Post
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Click on the photo for additional views of this antique windmill anemometer indicator.
With this piece, we combined two of our favorite nautical pieces into one incredible piece of nautical décor! This entire piece measures 42 inches tall by 30 inches wide, and weighs nearly 60 pounds! Working condition is unknown.
The two gauges measure wind direction and wind speed. The windmill anemometer and its propeller both spin freely. This wind speed indicator was manufactured by Koshin Denki Kogyo Co. Ltd. Due to many years at sea, this windmill anemometer has some minor surface wear and chipped paint on the wind indicator box.
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You will be shipped the antique windmill anemometer indicator in the photos.
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Click on the photo to see additional views of this model ship in a bottle.
Here is a vintage model ship in a bottle. The glass bottle measures 9 inches long and is 4 1/2 X 4 1/4 inches at the base. The model maritime ship vessel has three masts and is about 7 inches long and 3 1/2 inches tall. The hand painted back drop shows a village with four large buildings and trees. While not dated, I would say this item dates to the 1940’s. Glass bottle is undamaged.
I would not call this a complicated project, but someone put some time, effort, and skill into this finished piece. I am sure this is not a model kit, but more of a project where someone hand crafted the parts from scratch. A vintage model ship in a bottle can range in price and size. Most collectors find a ship model in a bottle that costs less than a hundred dollars, but I have seen more advanced projects run into the thousands of dollars.
This model ship in a bottle is a very unusual, simple looking piece. It’s the perfect finishing touch for your nautical décor.
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Only one ship in a bottle in stock, so you will be shipped the one shown in the photos.
Click on the photo to see additional views of this salvaged ship’s watertight hatch wheel.
Often times we see watertight doors and hatches at the shipyards and we walk past them because the of the overall size and weight. I always thought the coolest part of these original watertight doors and hatches was the cast iron wheel, so I started pulling them when we spotted ones that could be removed without too much effort.
This salvaged ship’s watertight hatch wheel measures about 12 1/2 inches wide and weighs about 12 pounds. This item is being sold in as found condition. You can expect loose paint, dirt, and some grease here and there. This is a great display piece that can be displayed unrestored, restored, or even painted!
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Click on the photo for additional views of this 4 blade antique brass ship propeller.
A 4 blade antique brass ship propeller is always a great find, especially if it is in brass. This piece is solid brass and measures 24 inches in total diameter. And it measures 12 inches from the center of the hub to the edges of the blades. The hub is 3 inches in diameter, and 4 inches from front to back. This is a vintage brass propeller, pulled from a real ship. Both sides are photographed. This authentic brass ship propeller weighs just under 37 pounds.
Simply speaking, a maritime propeller is made up of sections of helicoidal surfaces which act together ‘screwing’ through the water (hence the common reference to marine propellers as “screws”). Three, four, or five blades are most common in marine propellers, although designs which are intended to operate at reduced noise will have more blades. The blades are attached to a boss, or hub, which should be as small as the needs of strength allow – with fixed-pitch propellers the blades and boss are usually a single casting.
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You will be shipped the 4 blade antique brass ship propeller shown in the photos.
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