VINTAGE STANLEY NO 45 COMBINATION PLANE$225 View Details
This Stanley No 45 Combination Plane comes in its original box, 23 cutters and its own box and instructions. In good condition. Click image to enlarge Box measures 30 x 18 x 12cm tall
ANALITE ANALYTICAL WEIGHTS IN BAKELITE CASE$95 View Details
Made in Australia c1940s by Analite Pty Ltd, this great white/cream Bakelite case contains a set of analytical weights and accessories. Weights are 50g, 20g, 20g, 10g, 5g, 2g, 2g, 1g, and ...
VINTAGE MICRO MODELS DIECAST MG CAR$65 View Details
Vintage Micro Models diecast toy MG. Australian made series MGA. 1/43 scale. 95 x 38 x 22mm tall Click image to enlarge
RETRO RED ERICSSON LM "COBRA" TELEPHONE$165 View Details
Retro LM Ericsson Ericofon or Cobra dial telephone in the rare bright red colour. In good condition. Click image to enlarge
5" GAUGE STEAM TRAIN$3,500 View Details
This fantastic 5" guage steam locomotive is modelled on a Canadian Samson locomotive from the 1840s. Built by a hobbyist, it is designed to pull carriages with up to 10 people on it. It is ...
RETRO GEC WELTRON 2007 "UFO" 3 IN 1 STEREO UNIT$1,195 View Details
Here's a fantastic Weltron GEC "UFO" or "Spaceship" 3 in 1 stereo unit. From the 1970s, it is Japanese and is working. The smoked glass top is original (very unusual) but does have a ...
ANTIQUE DOLLOND BRASS MICROSCOPE$995 View Details
Circa early to mid 19th Century, this antique Dollond of London brass microscope has its orginal timber box and a range of accessories, including spare eyepieces, magnifiers and ...
ANTIQUE HENRY CROUCH MICROSCOPE$750 View Details
Manufactured by Henry Crouch, London, this antique brass microscope has No 9366 cast into the base. With its original timber box, it has two eye pieces, one of which is marke COMP ...
CARLTON WARE ART DECO JAZZ STITCH BOWL$245 View Details
Carlton Ware jazz stitch pattern Rivo bowl, c.1936 (pattern 3655). It has usual crazing but no chips or crack. 220 x 155 x 40mm deep Click image to enlarge
STOP THIEF!$0 View Details
You may have heard that we had an "incident" in the shop last week. Pete & Jarrod encountered a thief. Things then got serious. Click HERE for the story as it ...