Large Brass Medallion CC47 Original, quality, mid to late 19th century, cast brass side view of a gentleman's head in relief mounted on a heavy circular cast brass wall plaque. The reverse of the plaque has a screwhead slot for wall hanging and shows an old repair. The gentleman is unknown to us, we would be pleased to know of him if you do. Has been lacquered, although the lacquer may be removed at no extra cost. Backplate 11" x 0.5" and total 1" front to back. Click on photo for larger and other views. Price: £115.00 Wire Mesh Face Safety Cover M1 Original, quality 1920's fine wire mesh face protector; not sure of it's use but a very delicate item, now and in it's day. Cleaned and waxed and complete and in good order. 13" x 6" x 3". Click on photo for larger and other view. Price: £56.00 Cast Iron LAH Plaque NP146 Original, quality, late 19th century, cast iron plaque in a shield shape and dished with three bolt holes for mounting, and "LAH" in upper cased raised letters. Looks to be a maker's plate from either a metal construction or a bridge plaque, but I am only guessing. Has been cleaned and lacquered and is complete and in good order. 9.75" x 7.25" x 1" front to back. Click on photo for larger and view. Price: £65.00 Copeland Bowl on Stand P86 Original, quality late 19th century three piece set of matching blue on white decorated bowl with lid on a small tray with carrying grip as in a chamberstick. The tray has a small bowl fixed and a curved slot section; the saucer shaped base and a further dished extension to the front. Each piece has the matching blue floral pattern, gilded edges and the Copeland logo and mark. All is perfect and we assume complete, we would be pleased to know what this item is, if you know. 9.5" tall x 5.75" + 4" tall. Click on photo for larger and other views. Price: £115.00 Brass and Copper Saucepan SP125 Original, quality, late 19th century, small brass and copper saucepan, at least this is what we think it is? for we have not seen this style before. The pan is deep and the hollow and the tapered handle has a criss cross design, a cap to the end and a triangular support bracket to the pan. The lid has a rather accentuated strap handle. The main body is in copper, tinned to both the inside and outside, the rest is all in brass and the tinning is in mint condition. I suspect this pan has not seen use and all is complete and in good order. Polished and lacquered, although the lacquer may be removed at no extra cost. Another very similar pan, the same size but in copper, may well be available reference code SP124. These were both found together. Pan body 4.5" diameter x 3.5" tall, total with handle and lid 11.5" x 6.5" tall. Click on photo for larger and other views. Price: £125.00 Cast Iron Weight W69 Original, quality, late 19th century, rectangular cast iron block with an offset hole and embossed to one surface 'Teaco Cirencester'. This looks to be a counter balance weight or ? but what for ?. Has been cleaned and lacquered and is in good order. 5" x 2.75" x 1".
Thanks to Mr Peters, we now know what this weight is, it's from the inside of a horse-drawn seed drill.
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