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Item:202742259379Pocket sextant, Troughton & SimmsNice brass pocket or box sextant with silvered graduation scale made by Troughton & Simms, London. With original leather carrying case. It’s an original instrument, no copy, sold by dealer Hughes Owens, Montreal. Glass filters and lenses are intact, no cracks or chips. A piece of stitching of the carrying case has been released but can simply be repaired. The name of the maker is engraved just above the graduation scale. Catalog: NM.1-42 HD: 45x78 mm Date: 1880-1900 Sextant signed: Troughton & Simms, London Case signed: Hughes Owens Co, Montreal Dry Card Yachtcompass – Bradford, London Dry card compass in a brass binnacle with beautiful patin and leather case. With carved rope around the glass. On the rose, north with fleur de lis, east - direction Jerusalem - with simple mark. Made by one of the brothers Bradford 1795 – 1822, Minories, London. The inside of the binnacle is painted white with a upright lubber’s pin. Catalog: NM.1-38 Date: ca. 1800 HD compass: 3,2x7,8 cm (1 2/8x3 in) Signed: BRADFORD 136 Minories LONDON Origin: England Condition: pefect, little chip in glassPrimary Material:Brass, Features:Magnetic, Time Period, War:1880-1900
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