This early world globe caught my interest with its ornate ball & claw foot cast iron base and blue colored oceans.
This 1000 oz Gold Bar Mold is a monster!! It weighs over 48 Lbs…..Empty!!
We had been looking for a blasting machine to add to our dynamite display and came across this antique detonator. The owner told us that it didn’t work (the plunger was frozen in the up position). Luckily all it took was some lubricating oil to get the plunger working and producing an electrical current.
This Bauche safe came from Avignon “The City of Two Popes” in Southern France. It dates to around 1870. As the pictures show below, it was in a very rusted state when we acquired it.
This is an original WWII leather carrying case for the M2 60MM Mortar Sight. It is made of heavy leather and measures 4″ by 4″ by 6″ tall. The front of the case has a strap lift dot closure and is marked D29377 CARRYING CASE M14.
This small strongbox “safe” was manufactured by Bauche in Gueux, France and dates to around 1865. Auguste-Nicolas Bauche was an expert in fire-resistant materials and this safe still has its fire resistant interior. The lock box is made of steel and weighs approximately 28 pounds.