A very old dry compass from the middle of the 19th century (estimated).
The compass map is easy to read with English indication of the wind directions.
Unfortunately, it is not known which company made it.
The compass hangs in a nice heavy brass stand.
The compass no longer indicates the direction properly.
The gimbal suspension is made of brass and copper.
Compass diameter ca. 13.5 cm.
Photos are part of the description.
The compass will be very well packaged and sent by insured and registered mail with track & trace code.
- Brújula seca
- Cobre, Latón
- Periodo estimado
- Mediados del siglo XIX
- País de origen
- Reino Unido
- 155×190×160 mm
- 2 kg