12 September 2000
A study collection from the Leymuiden
comprising a cylindrical fire bucket with pierced apertures -- 23cm. high; a hexagonal brass weight with tapering body and loop handle at the top, incised '1710' and '200 mark' -- 16cm. high; one lead sounding weight, inscribed 'VIII 69' -- 26.5 and 43cm. long; a pewter ink pot; a fire brick and a stone ingot; two metal lids -- 42cm. diam.; five mortar segments -- 8cm. to 15cm. diam.; a part navigation divider; a pewter teapot; and various copper and brass parts(a lot)
See colour illustration on page 16 (part lot)
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