Rob Roy was a romantic comic opera first performed in the Herald Square Theatre, New York, on October 20th, 1894. This sterling silver pin wheel would have been a commemorative giveaway at the 150th Performance. This has to be a rather scarce item as not many were produced.
19th Century European 800 Silver Wax Seal with figural horses, a rearing stallion and filly on top. Repousse roses decorate the middle portion of this seal. Measures 2 3/8" in height. The base was never inscribed. Marks as shown in photo #4. Beautiful condition.
Gorgeous Art Nouveau lady on the front of the tape measure and Art Nouveau flowers with undulating designs grace the back. She is in excellent condition with no dings or dents to her nose, checks, or chin. The tape is in fine working order.
OUTSTANDING antique inkwell quill pen, or dip pen, circa 1870s post-Civil War era. Pen is marked STERLING with a maker mark. Wonderful repousse work. No dents or cracks! Measures 7.5” in length including the nib. An excellent example of a highly collectible pen from the 19th Century.