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A brass Dip circle in a glazed case maker's mark E.A Machin & Co., Melbourne, first quarter 20th century with a calibrated circular brass ring and supports, housed in a rectangular case with bevelled glazing, above a circular pedestal on adjustable brass f

A mahogany cased brass sextant, No. 1339 by George Whitbread London, presented to Edward Parker Bedwell. This sextant inscribed 'Presented by Greenwich Hospital to Edw'd Parker Bedwell' is believed to have been presented to Staff-Commander Edward Parker Be

Troughton & Simms brass Surveyors Transit. Wood cased, c1910s/20s.

Brush & Mae Donnell, Melbourne brass surveyor's measuring wheel Cased

A late 19th century surveyor's knife, fork and spoon set with ivory handles in fitted leather sheath

J H Steward, London 'The Rowe Alidade' with telescope sight all brass

A surveyor's transit, with case and stand, first half 20th century, possibly by E.R. Watts & Co., retailed by N.H. Seward, Melbourne, the black-enamelled instrument with brass fittings marked only with Seward's name, with some accessories in an apparently

Chesterman Surveyor's chain and Nail puller stamped 'Chesterman, J C, Sheffield', consisting of 67 links, circa 1800's. Nail puller stamped 11-23. Length of chain 13.5m

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