Lot of early 20th century tools including a wooden 'false square' and a pair of compasses for measurements on nautical charts. Origin: Liguria, Italy
This false square was the tool used by shipwrights in seller's area to measure angles when designing/building boats. It is made entirely of wood with a steel pin, opens completely and folds away. Dimensions: 49 cm (closed), 89 cm (open).
The compasses are made of brass and steel. They measure about 12 and 16 cm respectively.
They will be shipped complete with a fountain pen case from the period.
The photos are integral part of the description and complete the description showing the actual condition of the auctioned items.
Tracked shipping and protective packaging. As to the shipping to non-EU countries, any customs duties and taxes shall be borne by the buyer.
- N.º de artículos
- Falso equipo de carpintero y par de brújulas
- Acero, Latón, Madera
- Periodo estimado
- principios de 1900
- País de origen
- Buen estado - usado y con signos menores de los años