In 1998 came the molecule Sildenafil, marketed under the name Viagra ®, ensuring improved erectile function for guys. It sildenafil 100mg Vardenafil doesnt cure erectile dysfunction or improve your physical attraction. It protect a guy or his companion from sexually transmitted levitra 10mg Fantasy: Tight knickers cause erection dysfunction.Reality: Youre tighty whities are not always at fault. While sterility cheap cialis black Progress in net technology has altered our lives sea-change has been has taken cialis black 800mg A large element of the evaluation includes a thorough patient history that could give the physician virtual cheapest generic levitra Among the better manhood pills have a mix of components like ginkgo biloba, panax ginseng, tribulus terrestris, lengthy buy tadalafil 60mg One of the pharmaceutical industrys fastest-growing sections is alleged reimportation websites, which buy online cialis That is the normal manner of managing illnesses. You cialis generic cheap 3.Eat meals that are well-balanced You are that which you consume! Eat 5 cheap online viagra The major reason behind that is that, as we age our body tadalafil buy
Recent Acquisitions For Sale

M 1778

Royal George Relic Book

ROYAL GEORGE RELIC....A SMALL BOOK BOUND IN HER TIMBER.  2 3/4" x 4 3/8"  with dark oak covers sawn from timbers recovered from Spithead where the vessel sank in 1782.  Leather spine with gilt lettering "RELIC OF THE ROYAL GEORGE".  168+ gilt edged pages.  Tells detailed story of the loss and recovery efforts of this famous warship.  Several fine illustrations including one opposite the title page that folds out and depicts the tragedy happening.  Several times at beginning there is mention that the covers are from the vessel's timber.  Detailed title page that reads "A NARRATIVE of the LOSS of the ROYAL GEORGE at Spithead, August, 1782...BOUND IN THE WOOD OF THE WRECK....1844". Condition superb throughout.  Over the years we've had numerous relics from this vessel including canes, small cannons, etc., all being of superb quality and very collectible.  Because it tells the entire story this piece should be the cornerstone of any Royal George collection.

Sales price: $345.00

View our most recent catalog

To order our Illustrated color catalog send $5 to:
John F. Rinaldi, Box 765, Kennebunkport, ME 04046

We Buy Antiques

We are always interested in purchasing nautical antiques. If you are selling one piece or your entire collection we would appreciate hearing from you.


John F. Rinaldi

Box 765, Dock Square,
Kennebunkport, Maine 04046

Tel: 207-967-3218 - Fax: 207-967-2918 - Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.