34 item(s) found:

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A Thomas Gaunt prismatic compass in leather case, 19th century, 10 cm diameter

Vintage brass compass, dial reads W. MacDonnell &, Co. Sydney

Three pairs ', tool', cufflinks, including compass, spirit level, and compass/thermometer

Jack Sue's field compass with case, TG Co Ltd London; Serial no 45339 1940 MK III. This type of compass was used throughout World War II during the Japanese occupation as well as in the Malaysia conflict. Jack's compass was damaged during an operational pa

World War I army Ordinance Corps badge together with a small brass compass

World War I period type P10 compass from a Lancaster bomber, in original timber box.

A T.G &Co London Surveyors compass with case together with an hand held inclinometer

Australian World War II dated military compass complete with very nice hand made lanyard

World War II era US military compass complete with it's leather carrying case, together with a World War II US army belt pouch

A World War I army compass believed to Have been used by Sgt. George B. Nagle 1st Machine Cun Company, By 'Sherwood & Co. London no. 54404 1915', chromed brass, inscribed to lid '1st Mgc 546 Sgt G B Nagle France 16.6.16', with a copy of Nagle's war records

An Army issue pocket compass, Verner's pattern, original leather case dated 191.5 cm

World WarII RAAF compass, in timber case, 13 cm wide

World WarII aircraft astro compass, 22 cm high, with timber case

Late 19th century drawing set in presentation box (mahogany). Includes ivory pens, compass set etc

World War II cased compass. Gimbal mounted in box. Unbranded. Diameter 14 cm. (compass)

The Lionel Corporation NY, US Navy Bearing Circle 1942, compass

World War I pattern 200 Aircraft compass, designed by Capt. Creagh-Osbourne, Royal Navy in 1911. Diameter 7 cm

A military compass in case and three other instruments, 11 x 17 cm, size 11 x 17 cm

Military compass in leather case together with two manuals

A second world war mk III liquid filled prismatic brass compass

Brass Compass Makers to the Queen by Stanley, London 1953

World War I 'The Ideal Royal flying Corps loose leaf note book' endorsed on front 'B.T. Piper, Altona' with copious hand-written notes and dia grams from his training courses, with chapters on the 303 automatic Lewis machine gun, the Vickers gun, Topograph

World War I wrist compass with its original webbing strap, marked 'No. 2230/B'