A painted 4 drawer watchmakers-cabinet filled with watch parts.
An early 19th C Dutch iron weathervane marked BH.
3 extremely rare coloured tiles of birds. Amsterdam early 17th C.
A historically important brass and copper tobacco-box dated 1747.
An rare oakwood painted 18th C footstove from Hindeloopen.
A knife with a carved boxwood handle. Zeeland 19th C.
An oval brass tobacco-box from GOUDA dated 1841
A toy iron and brass "cover-up". Dutch 19th C.
An 18th C. French multicoloured faience inkpot.
A 17th C ironing glass found in Middelburgh.
A "faux bois" painted 19th C. Dutch kitchen cupboard.
A wrought iron date 1791 from a farmhouse in Zeeland.
A small hand forged 18th C. Dutch iron grapnel.
A small 19th C. boxwood pillbox.
An 18th C. Dutch brass plumb bob with spacer and boxwood winder.
An 18th C. oak panel painted with Jesus praying in the garden of Gethsemane.
A painted wooden church foot-rest from West-Friesland dated 1808.
A 17th C. trephine found in the foundations of a former hospital site in Amsterdam.
A small boxwood coopers plane dated 1742.
A 19th C. cookie-mould from K.H.Wenninks bakery in Westendorp.
A 19th C Dutch ceremonial fire-fighters staff from the city of Arkel.
Two identical wine-bottles, one still containing fluid, from a 17th C. shipswreck.
Seven 19th C folding surgical instruments with tortoise handles.
A leather fire-fighters bucket dated 1771 and with a balance.
A 17th C blue tile of a rhinocerus
A 19th C Dutch "diorama" of a winter scene, signed and dated 1885.
A watchmakers-cabinet with 22 original drawers.
An 18th C Dutch iron weathervane in the form of an angel.
A dated Dutch footrest dated 1811.
A late 18th, early 19th C childs chair on four wheels from Marken.
A 19th C. tar-bucket from a shipyard in Zaandam.
A brass 17th C. Dutch sand-spreader.
A bridegrooms pipehead cut from a coquilla nut
A large 19th C Dutch brass masons trowel with original lignum vitae handle
A 19th C painted stand for chamber music.
A pewter cup found in Amsterdam. Most likely 17th C.
A 19th C Dutch painted schoolbox with the name E.te Wind.
A 17th C blue tile of an otter with a fish
A large nineteenth century painted box from the island of Marken.
A heavy copper and brass 18th C Dutch tobacco-box
A superb magnifying glass in a tortoise shell and silver case
A rare "open-air" tile of a castle. Friesland early 18th C.
An 18th C. Delft blue buttercontainer.
A painted wooden 17th C bible box with wrought iron strips
An 18th C bone pipe-cleaner crowned by a dog
A rare English Delft Ware early 18th C Apothecary Jar.
A West-Frisian late 18th C sled.
An 18th C. painted corner cupboard from Ameland.
A German guild-box with double lock, dated 1662
A 19th C East-Frisian kitchen rack for stacking dishes and utensils.
An early 18th C stone tablet from the workshop of a boatbuilder.
An 18th C. watercolour of three boats in a Dutch river-harbour
A dated 18th C. painted box.
An early 18th C ivory English sector.
A 17th C. fork with a brass handle with Jona and the whale.
A 19th C snuffbox painted with "Chinoiserie".
A small 17th C brass tobaccobox in the form of a book
A 17th C blue tile of an ostrich with a horseshoe.
A drawing by Hendrik Spilman of the Amsterdam Gate in Haarlem
A very small 18th C. coopers adze
A footstove with extensive decorations, made in Staphorst and dated 1897
A 17th C Dutch painters stick
A 16th C knife with carved ivory handle and bronze mounts
A brass adjustable and sealed weight with a steel hook
An extremely rare violin-stringmakers shave by "PETIT"
An unusual 18th C cookie-and sugar mould
A 17th C drawing pen with leadpencil and red chalk
A delicately made 19th C. cricket cage
A 19th C Dutch brass dogs collar inscribed J.VALENTIJN
A 19th C Dutch rye bread cutter.
A delicately turned round 19th C. boxwood treen screw box.
A razor-knife box. Extensively decorated. Zeeland around 1800.
A painted wooden sign from a house in Bodegraven dated 1854
A 17TH C Dutch mail shoe.
A rare brass pull scale dated 1772 and made in Helmond.
An 18th C microscope by Robert Huntley London
An 18th C. set of 7 watercolours of birds with actual feathers
A early 19th C. cast iron "Tree of Life" from a house in Staphorst.
A superb 18th C. square piano by Houston London.
An amusing marble-game-board dated 1883
A painted 18th C. Dutch tobacco-box.
A Dutch painted 19th C wall display cabinet.
A rare so called "father-mother" cabinet. North-Holland 19th century.
A brass hook decorated with an angels head. 17th C.
A small decorated sixteenth century knife with touchmark
An 18th C deeply carved cookie-mould of a vase with flowers.
A small traditional dated wooden box for a ladies headdress
An early 17th C. brass bosuns whistle.
A 17th C. Delft blue tile with a Chinese merchant
A superb octagonal brass pocket sundial by Müller Augsburg 1760
A 17th C Dutch pewter tot.
A large 18th C Dutch coopers adze.
A pair of miniature carpenters squares.
An early 19th C. awl with boxwood handle and a silver ferrule.
An 18th C. earthenware porridger made in antwerp.
A small painted 19th C pine box.
An 18th C. Dutch brass cylindrical plumb-bob with spacer.
An early 17th C. Dutch tile with mythological creatures
An 18th C. earthenware marriage dish from Alsace-Lorraine
A 17th C. Dutch drawing of a design for a pair of decorative castings.