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USS Arizona '34-'35 Superstructure

USS Arizona '34-'35 Superstructure

April 13, 1919: USS New Mexico leading USS Oklahoma, USS Nevada and other ships of the Atlantic Fleet off the U.S. east coast.

April 13, 1919: USS New Mexico leading USS Oklahoma, USS Nevada and other ships of the Atlantic Fleet off the U.S. east coast.

Nickel Cobalt : Photo

Nickel Cobalt : Photo

A PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET FROM H.M.S. VICTORY - DATED '1805' - Of riveted hardened leather with copper band to the top and two iron rings, painted 'H M S VICTORY' with 'GR' cypher and the date '1805', approx. 10 ¾ in. (27.2 cm.) high

A PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET FROM H.M.S. VICTORY - DATED '1805' - Of riveted hardened leather with copper band to the top and two iron rings, painted 'H M S VICTORY' with 'GR' cypher and the date '1805', approx. 10 ¾ in. (27.2 cm.) high

Le Bucentaure (Geoff Hunt)

'Le Bucentaure' ship--Where the British used three-deckers, the French preferred two-deckers, of which this is the most famous example. Bucentaure, seen here off Toulon, served as Vice-Admiral Villeneuve's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar.

USS Constellation, 1854, a sloop-of-war, the only ship left that had active service during the Civil War.

“USS CONSTELLATION on Patrol” Patrick O’Brien Oil 24 x a sloop-of-war, the only ship left in 1854 that had active service during the Civil War.