S&CCCo tiller

Saturday was the HNBC auction of canal antiques, and as Committee members (James is now East Rep and I am Press Officer) we had agreed to go and help out. It was held in Weston, near Stafford.

We had our eyes on just one piece: a Severn and Canal horse boat/butty tiller, used to steer an unpowered boat
It’s stamped with S&CCCo and painted with No1. It was the second last item, and several other tillers had already been sold but this one had extra rarity value. We’d set a budget and stuck to it, and managed to get it for the highest price we’d been prepared to pay.




It will hang in our living room, opposite the 1933 rowing blade, and we will treasure it.

Categories: My Favourite Finds, Out and About | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “S&CCCo tiller

  1. Hi Amy & James,
    That tiller looks mighty fine, I’m sure you’ll treasure it I bet it could tell a few tales.

    Nice pictures to.


  2. “Hang it in the living room?????”


    I fully expect James is already trawling the web for an unloved S&CCCo butty to fit it on……..


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