Troughton & Simms theodolite horizontal full circle with magnifiers, telescope with bubble levels, makers name on compass card and tripod, the mahogany case with leather belt straps containing a bolt & Sutherland surveyors steel band on brass spool serial…
A good Victorian cased brass theodolite by Troughton & Simms of London, with telescopic site fitting to the top above the named compass dial framed by two levels and silvered scale. The original brass fitted mahogany case labeled 'made May 1867'
A traversing theodolite and lens, by Troughton & Simms of London for Henry Husbands of Melbourne, both in fitted cedar cases, the scope case with original paper trade label, the lens 51 cm long, the base 29 cm high
An early 20th century Cooke, Troughton & Simms Ltd underground miner's theodolite, ebonised brass frame, white circular scale, extra fittings to the fitted mahogany case with original stitched leather outer cover. Case size 43 cm x 26 cm x 21 cm.
Theodolite by Stanley of London called 'The Eltham' model housed in 19th century glass dome. A precision instrument in excellent working condition. Together with a 14 foot telescopic staff plus a 100 foot standard steel tape measure by E.R.Watts of London…
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 Theodolite by 'T.Cooke Sons, York, England No.57. 1887', housed in a dovetailed cedar box with distributors paper label 'Herga Co.' of Brisbane. Late 19th century. Box 29 cm high, 36 cm wide, 22 cm deep
A steel cased Theodolite mid 20th century believed to be British made, although reputedly captured from the Yokosuka naval base circa 1945, with a gun metal case, mounted on an adjustable steel base, 43 x 21.5 cm
An early 20th century Cooke, Troughton & Simms Ltd underground miner's theodolite, ebonised brass frame, white circular scale, extra fittings to the fitted mahogany case with original stitched leather outer cover. The case size 43 cm x 26 cm x 21 cm
A mahogany cased theodolite by E.R. Watts & Sons, London, partially black lacquered brass construction, the table support with silvered Vernier scales and with silvered dial marked with manufacturer's name, the case holds addtional eye pieces, some absent