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Napoleon Pounce shaker or Sander (note the holes in his hat) - Judith Walker's Collection

Napoleon Pounce shaker or Sander (note the holes in his hat) - Judith Walker's Collection

Treen ware pounce pot, 2.75 in H x 2.75 in dia.

18th c treenware, pounce pot shaker, ink sander, fruitwood, well turned, 3"t

Treen ware pounce pot, 2.75 in H x 2.75 in dia.

Wheat sheaf symbol made of hair strands and macerated hair. Beautiful delicate work.

Wheat sheaf symbol made of hair strands and macerated hair. Beautiful delicate work.

Mid 1800s Matched Pair of Staffordshire Pepper Pot Figural Shakers | eBay

Mid 1800s Matched Pair of Staffordshire Pepper Pot Figural Shakers | eBay

Staffordshire vintage Victorian antique Toby jug man pepper pot / shaker B #Figurines

Staffordshire vintage Victorian antique Toby jug man pepper pot / shaker B

Staffordshire vintage Victorian antique Toby jug man pepper pot / shaker B #Figurines

TURNED TREENWARE POUNCE POT SHAKER/INK SANDER

TURNED TREENWARE POUNCE POT SHAKER/INK SANDER

SUPERB+19thc+STAFFORDSHIRE+PEPPER+POT+SHAKER+BLUE+&+WHITE+WILLOW+PATTERN+C.1820++

SUPERB 19thc STAFFORDSHIRE PEPPER POT SHAKER BLUE & WHITE WILLOW PATTERN C.1820

SUPERB+19thc+STAFFORDSHIRE+PEPPER+POT+SHAKER+BLUE+&+WHITE+WILLOW+PATTERN+C.1820++

HTF+Antique+Porcelain+Toby+John+Bull+Salt+Pepper+Shaker+Charles+Allerton+England+#Allertons

HTF Antique Porcelain Toby John Bull Salt Pepper Shaker Charles Allerton England

HTF+Antique+Porcelain+Toby+John+Bull+Salt+Pepper+Shaker+Charles+Allerton+England+#Allertons

A trimmed goose quill pen, evidence of ink stains to nib -- 8in. (20cm.) long; contained within a modern wooden storage tube.   With a note: This pen was taken by Major Wright out of Lord Nelsons writing Desk on the 2nd of Novr 1805 in the presence of capt Hardy of the Victory who desired him to keep it as being the pen with which his Lordship had written for the last time in the morn[ing] of the action. It was lying beside an unfinished le[tter to] Lady Hamilton. 2nd Nov 1805 R.W.

A trimmed goose quill pen, evidence of ink stains to nib -- 8in. (20cm.) long; contained within a modern wooden storage tube. With a note: This pen was taken by Major Wright out of Lord Nelsons writing Desk on the 2nd of Novr 1805 in the presence of capt Hardy of the Victory who desired him to keep it as being the pen with which his Lordship had written for the last time in the morn[ing] of the action. It was lying beside an unfinished le[tter to] Lady Hamilton. 2nd Nov 1805 R.W.

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