Re: Re: So, what is this worth? (Part 209)
209a – Cairn of Culloden Moor SCOTLAND brass bell- 1933 registry mark
The battle of Culloden Moor was the final confrontation of the 1745 Jacobite uprising.
This bell commemorates the battle which occurred on April 16, 1746.
Registry mark indicates its manufacture in 1933.
Good condition. 3″ high x 2-1/4 ” diam. (approx.) Shipping weight = 500g.
Wikipedia: The Battle of Culloden was the final confrontation of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. On 16 April 1746, the Jacobite forces of Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Young Pretender) fought loyalist troops commanded by William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The Hanoverian victory at Culloden decisively halted the Jacobite intent to overthrow the House of Hanover and restore the House of Stuart to the British throne; Charles Stuart never mounted any further attempts to challenge Hanoverian power in Great Britain. The conflict was the last pitched battle fought on British soil.
Charles Stuart’s Jacobite army consisted largely of Scottish Highlanders, as well as a number of Lowland Scots and a small detachment of Englishmen from the Manchester Regiment. The Jacobites were supported and supplied by the Kingdom of France and French and Irish units loyal to France were part of the Jacobite army. The British Government (Hanoverian loyalist) forces were mostly English, along with a significant number of Scottish Lowlanders and Highlanders, a battalion of Ulstermen and a small number of Hessians from Germany and Austrians. The battle on Culloden Moor was both quick and bloody, taking place within an hour. Following an unsuccessful Highland charge against the government lines, the Jacobites were routed and driven from the field. Between 1,500 and 2,000 Jacobites were killed or wounded in the brief battle, while government losses were lighter with 50 dead and 259 wounded.
209b – Air Raid Precaution ARP Wardens Wooden Gas Rattle Dated 1939
Air Raid Precautions ARP gas rattle in good condition.
Makers mark of A.R.P W Clements and Sons 1939
Made to warn in case of gas attacks, but gas was not used in WW2 so many of these rattles can be found in good condition. Similar rattles were used by supporters of football (soccer) teams until they were banned because they made it too hard to hear the referee’s whistle.
209c – Porcelain cow bell Winged Putti Cherub motif
Decalcomania figure of the cherub. Not hand painted. No marks. Original clapper.
Good condition. 3″ high x 2-3/4″ x 1-3/4 oval base (approx.) Shipping weight = 250g.
209d1 – Large Benedictine smiling monk porcelain table bell
Nicely hand painted. #108 out of maximum edition of 500.
Good condition. 7-1/2″ high x 3″ diam. (approx.) Shipping weight = 1Kg.
209d2 – Benedictine Monk blowing horn porcelain figurine bell
Nicely hand painted. #255 possibly out of 500.
Good condition. 6-3/4″ high x 3-1/4″ diam. (approx.) Shipping weight = 1Kg.
Two bells from a series made by former ABA President Dick Spiegel.
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209e – RARE C1900 ANTIQUE Turtle Hotel Bell MECHANICAL
EARLY 1900’S MECHANICAL FIGURAL TURTLE HOTEL BELL..THIS ONE IS IN THE STYLE OF A JOB EIBAR BELL BUT HAS NO MARKINGS..WE BELIEVE IT IS A JOB BELL MADE BEFORE 1910..THE BELL MEASURES 4 1/2 INCHES LONG AND IS 2 3/4 INCHES WIDE..THE PATTERN IS ALL INTACT AND IN GREAT CONDITION.
209f – VICTORIAN MR PUNCH STERLING SILVER TEETHING RATTLE B’HAM 1857 PEARL HANDLE BELLS
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER RATTLE
MADE IN BIRMINGHAM IN 1857
UNFORTUNATELY THE MAKERS MARK IS NOT VISIBLE AS THERE IS DAMAGE AROUND THE PLACE
WHERE THE MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLE IS
THERE IS A CHIP AS SHOWN IN PICTURE 7
THERE IS A REGISTRATION NUMBER AS SHOWN IN PICTURE 9, THIS IS HARD TO MAKE OUT.
THE MEASUREMENT FROM HANDLE TO THE BELL ON THE TOP OF MR PUNCH’S HAT IS 5 1/2 INCHES
THE TEETHING RING IS MADE FROM BONETHE FACE AND HAT ARE IN A GOOD CONDTION
209g – Alte TISCHGLOCKE oben zum drehen mit LÖWENDARSTELLUNG -Superklang
Alte vermutlich Eisen vernickelte Tischglocke
Oben mit kleinen Knopf zum drehen
Funktioniert tadellos–Superklang mit Löwendarstellung !!
Zeit aus der Jahrhundertwende
Höhe ca. 21 cm
Old TABLE BELL top to rotate with LION OF-super sound
Old presumably iron nickel plated table bell
Top with small button to turn
Works perfectly – Super sound with lion illustration!
Time from the turn of the century
Height approx 21 cm
209h – Emil Huddy bronze signed figural bell REBECCA
Beautifully detailed bronze casting. One of his biblical series of bells.
Good condition. 6″ high x 2-1/2″ diam. (approx.) Shipping weight = 500g
209i – Bohemian Enamel Glass & Bronze Wedding Cup Moser? Lobmeyr?
19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN ENAMEL GLASS! WITH BRONZE UPPER BODY WEDDING CUP!MAYBE MADE BY MOSER, LOBMEYR OR HECKERT AND FEATURING BEAUTIFUL WHITE HAND ENAMELING ON A NICE AMBER GLASS WITH GOLD DECORATION AND ENAMELED FLOWERS..THIS IS A SELDOM SEEN GLASS VERSION OF THE WEDDING CUP..WEDDING CUPS WERE INVENTED IN GERMANY HUNDREDS OF YEARS AGO AROUND 1450 AND WERE USED AT WEDDINGS BY THE BRIDE AND GROOM TO TOAST WITH..THE CUP IS TO CELEBRATE LOVE FAITHFULNESS AND GOOD LUCK..THIS ONE IS BEAUTIFUL..MUCH NICER THEN MY PICTURES SHOW..THERE IS ONLY ONE SMALL SHALLOW FLAKE AT THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE LARGE CUP AS SEEN IN MY PICTURE..THE FLAKE MEASURES ONLY 1/4 OF AN INCH BY 3/16 OF AN INCH IN SIZE AND IS A FLAKE NOT A CHIP..IT DOES NOT GO THROUGH THE GLASS..THIS IS A MORE PRIMITIVE PIECE THAN WE HAVE SEEN..WE BELIEVE MIDDLE 19THC..THE WEDDING CUP IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION CONSIDERING ITS AGE..ONLY 1 FLAKE..THE ENAMEL IS FANTASTIC!!NO BREAKS TO THE BODY ONLY WEAR TO THE BRONZE FROM YEARS OF USE THAT WE CALL PATINA..THE ITEM MEASURES 8 1/8 INCHES TALL AND IS 2 1/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AT THE TOP SWINGING CUP AND 3 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AT THE LARGE BOTTOM CUP..THE ENAMEL IS IN GREAT CONDITION..SOME GOLD WEAR BUT NOT BAD..THIS MAY HAVE BEEN MADE BY MOSER OR LOBMEYR?