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Collum Antiques has been supplying quality antiques to locals and visitors to the Tampa Bay Area for over 17 years. This father-daughterteam has a wide range of interests that is reflected in their merchandise. Civil Warcollectors will be interested in the weaponry, medical and personal items. Also available are nautical items, including maps and charts; and scientific insturments. Those interested in Americana will find duck decoys, samplers,ironware and other smalls.

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This is a mahogany jewelry caddy c. 1800. The escutcheon is ivory. The brass handle on the lid is a replacement, but of the correct type. Interior is in rough c...

$375.00

This Octant was made by I. Bradford address of Wapping Old Stairs, London.(see pic. of the ivory label.) Isaac Bradford worked from 1794 to 1822. The brass arm...

$850.00

As it says on the parer, this is F.W. Hudson's improved apple parer Leominster, Mass. See pic. 2. It was patented in Dec 2 1862. Thank you

$300.00

This apple parer was make by the Scott manufacturing Co. of Baltimore, MD. Patent dates on the parer are, "May 6 1856, Sept 3 1856, Aug 21 1866. Thank you

$200.00

This small brass flyreel is unmarked. The knob is wood and sticks out an addition 1 inch from the body of the reel. Thank you.

$110.00

This salmon reel has Eton Sun on the brass arm and G.H. on the rod attachment. See pic. #3. The wood knobs stick out an additional 1.25 inches. Thank you.

$165.00

This woven overshot coverlet is 83 by 95 inches. It is woven in three pieces and joined together. It is blue and orange-red. The primary picture shows the cover...

$450.00

This wood and brass fly reel was probably made in England or Scotland around the turn of the last century. The knobs are also wood and stick out about 3/4 of in...

$125.00

This brass salmon reel was probably made in England or Scotland around the turn of the last century. The knob is oak and sticks out about 1 inch. There is a scr...

$375.00

This is a Salmon Reel made in Scotland. It is marked Turnbull, Princes St. Edinburgh. The knob is wood or horn and sticks out about 1.25 inches. The reel has a ...

$375.00

This pierced tin lantern is a mystery. The front has a lens of 2.75 inch diameter that is etched on the inside and must diffuse light. The back of the lantern h...

$285.00

This confection thermometer was probably used by professional candy makers due to it's large size. It was made by Taylor of Rochester, NY and Toronto, Canada. I...

$125.00

This tripod magnifier was made by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. of Rochester, NY. around 1900. The lens screws up or down for focus. This form was used for many...

$125.00

This ship's knee is painted white, (only one coat apparent),and is very nicely worn. The carving on the side is of a sinuous twig with chip carved leaves. The v...

$375.00

This map reader's compass is designed to be placed on a map to use. There is glass on bottom so the map can be seen through the compass.

$265.00

This engineer's etui or pocket drawing set has brass instruments and a boxwood rule inside a ray skin covered case. The pens have small wing nuts instead of knu...

$650.00

This apothecary jar has a painted label marked Elixir DeGarus. It has a tin cup that is painted to match the jar. The cup measures 2.75" tall and 2" i...

$85.00

This decoy was made in North Carolina by an unknown maker. It is made in the typical canvas over metal rib style. It has the typical rubbed areas of wear for a ...

$825.00

This folding rule was made by C-SCo in Pine Meadow, Connecticut. On one side is stamped this information along with No036. Along the top is a working bubble lev...

$270.00

This is a surgical knife with an smooth ebony handle. It is 9 inches long total, the handle is 4.75 inches yet the blade has the shape of a scalpel. If you have...

$110.00