Tearing Down A Property?
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If you are tearing down a house anywhere on the Seven Mile Beach, I can help you squeeze every drop of cash out of it. Think about all the extra upgrades you could afford!
Instead of your home and contents ending up in a roll off dumpster, I can help you sell them to buyers I have waiting. I do it all, internet and newspaper advertisements, pricing, permits, site preparations and site close up. I can do it with two weeks notice.
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3108 Ocean Dr.
One day sale. Capt Chuck will be at the helm . He will navigate thru the Polar Vortex and sell everything. I will be in Florida. Good luck and happy pickin!
This time of year all of our kitchens are spilling over with leftovers. In this case we have an entire kitchen leftover!
MARITIME ITEMS FOR SALE
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US Navy Clock with Key
DESCRIPTION: World War II United States Navy Ship’s Clock by Chelsea Clock Company, a Boston, Massachusetts, clock maker since 1897. Clock casing is Bakelite. Cover opens on a hinge and secured by a screw located next to brass key. Clock gives time in normal and military time, still functions (not serviced}. Second hand with crescent moon on one end. Has F-S adjuster to quickly fine tune the speed at which the clock is running. The glass has been replaced and siliconed in place.
CIRCA: World War II.
SIZE: Approximately 7.5” diameter at base x 2.5” height
CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS: Brass, Glass, Bakelite, Metals.
ATTACHMENT: Hinge, screw clamp, key, holes in base for mounting.
MARKINGS: front, CHELSEA CLOCK CO. BOSTON. Back, U.S. NAVY SER. NO. 665520E.
This is the large size clock installed in a number of Navy World War II Planes. It is an eight day 24 hour clock with Civil Date in the small center of the dial, and believed to be the early version with green minutes, odd hours, and civil date.
Runs well. No cracking of bakelite case near the screws. Glass is 3” thick.
The movement is a 37 size 15 jewel Waltham civil date version and runs perfectly. Note: it is a set date button just above the brass winder knob.
CIRCA: WORLD WAR II. These large size WWII CDIA clocks are getting harder and harder to find!
SS GLENSLOY SHIP’S BELL
INSCRIPTION: GLENSLOY GLASCOW
HISTORY of SS GLENSLOY: Completed in October 1911 as British Glensloy for SS Glensloy Co. Ltd. (Easton, Greig & Co), Glasgow. 1932 sold to Latvia and renamed Curonia for Quayside Shipping Co. Ltd. (Janis Salcmans & Karlis Jansons), Riga.
In 1939 renamed Everagra for Fricis Grauds, Riga. When Latvia was annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940, she was one of eight ships that did not follow the orders to return home and continued to sail under the Latvian flag. U-boats sank five of these eight ships and damaged a sixth while another one was sunk by an Italian submarine.
On 15 May 1942, the Norwegian motor tanker Havprins transferred 18 survivors of the Esso Houston that had been sunk by U-162 (Wattenberg) two days earlier, to the Everagra, which landed them at St. Thomas, Virgin Islands on 18 May.
Post-war: 1952 registered in Panama as San Antonio for John Manners & Co Ltd., Hong Kong. On 6 Jan, 1957, wrecked in hurricane on Mathieu Reef, New Caledonia and broke up in heavy seas.
Completed 1911 – A Rodger & Co., Port Glasgow
Type Steam Merchant
Tonnage 3674 Tons
Dimensions 109.8 x 15.1 m
Speed 10 Knots
Notes of Loss: At 05.20 hours on 8 Jul, 1943, U-510 fired three torpedoes in one minute intervals at the convoy TJ-1 and reported hits on three ships. At 07.19 hours, the U-boat fired five more torpedoes and claimed hits on two further ships. At 13.07 hours, U-510 attacked the convoy again and reported another ship of 6000 tons sunk. However, Allied sources only confirm hits on three ships: B.P. Newton, Eldena and Everagra, which was only damaged. It seems that the U-boat attacked the same targets several times.
The Everagra (Master Sergey Bol) was hit by one torpedo about 150 miles northeast of Cayenne, French Guiana. She managed to reach a port, was repaired and returned to service.
LONERGAN STEAM WHISTLE
Lonergan, Philadelphia, PA
EXTREMELY RARE SIZE!
Dimensions: 21” high x 6.5 “ width
Surplus. Handmade wood gimbel
DIMENSIONS: Diameter 11”. Glass 7”. Height 4”
DESCRIPTION: Porthole on Glass Housing #75. Bronze #59
Diameter 18.5”. Glass 14”. Height 4”
BENDIX DEPTH FINDER
DESCRIPTION: Bendix Depth Recorder #9. SN 912. 12 VOLT
One of the Initial mechanisms used to find underwater obstructions, such as shipwrecks. Issued US Navy World War II surplus. Technology has come a long way!
Known use: Emma C, Avalon, New Jersey. 1950s to 1970s
CIRCA: WORLD WAR II
DIMENSIONS: Height 20”. Width 14”. Depth 7”.
DESCRIPTION: Brass and Chrome.
DIMENSIONS: Glass 6.5” lens diameter. Height 21”. Light depth 7”