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An English Altitude Theodolite, William Wilton, Cornwall, circa 1830, circular plate with extended arms to carry open sights, in the centre is a silvered compass, underneath a glazed case, flanked by two spirit levels and a scale divided into quadrants of

A vintage Stanley brass miners or Clinometer compass. in solid brass with a mirror, spirit level and slit sighting mirror. Diameter 8 cm

All brass Surveyors Level by Troughton & Simms, London with original carry case & tripod

T. Peacock & Son, Auckland, New Zealand brass surveyor's level. 19th century complete with fitted leather case

A Cooke, Troughton & Simms Quickset Dumpy Level circa 1948 with protective case and timber tripod

Stanley, London dumpy level on compass base no. 7758 all brass (compass glass damaged)

Antique Troughton & Simms, England dumpy level, retailed by T.F. Wiesener of George St Sydney, in its original box and a replacemenent tripod. Comes with paper work associating Ben Chifley to the level, when a councillor on Abercrombie Shire Council

Vintage brass engineering transit level, in wooden case

Glause of London, Japanned brass dumpy level and tri legged stand

A late 19th century gilt brass English mining dial with telescopic level and compass by Throughton & Sims, London mounted on a swivel base with turned oak stand. Length 34 cm

Antique Cooke, Troughton and Simms Ltd London and York, no 19207 brass dumpy level

Dupa 196, dumpy level in fitted oak box

An old brass surveyor's level marked L. Casella, London, 9' C.L. No. 7.6 cm. Length 25 cm

Rare Antique Troughton & Simms dumpy level made for Kilpatrick & Co Melbourne, No 972, in original fitted mahogany case. Edward Troughton and William Simms established a scientific instrument making business in London in 1826. along with three folding trip

A brass 'Dumpy Level' in a handsome mahogany case; 24 cm long, 16 cm high

A fine carved Arts and Crafts Blackwood level edged wall mirror 81 x 165cm

A mahogany cased surveyors level marked B Peterson and Co Christchurch

A mahogany cased bronze surveyors level marked W Littlejohn Wellington New Zealand

A mahogany cased bronze surveyors level marked W MacDonnell and Co Sydney

A leather cased surveyors level marked Scott's Sight Patent no. 82

Selection of Early Brass Mounted Tools Including scribe, square and a spirit level

A brass theodolite, late Victorian, the four brass levelling screws supporting the tripod base surmounted by circular scale with vernier, single bubble level and inset silvered compass, with 'A' frame supporting the telescope, additional eyepiece, wooden c

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