An early marine ships compass, by Henry Browne & Son, Barking, London, with 'Sestral' Trademark marked on dial brass and metal mounts; working condition. It is believed that this item was part of a salvage contract conducted by JACK SUE WA SKINDIVERS in th
Jack Sue's standby compass. One of the standby compass types as used by members of Z special Unit during Operation Agas behind Japanese lines in the then British north Borneo in 1945. This compass was used in conjunction with the personal field compass. Di
Sperry Gyro-Compass Repeater Mounted on Its Original Pelorus Stand (1919): Large brass pedestal (Pelorus) stand containing Sperry compass repeater. Compass Rose signed: 'Sperry Gyro-Compass Repeater, Patented March 4, 1919, Mark 15, Mod. 0'; Brass pedestal
A brass cased Carlisle travelling compass, the ovoid brass surround engraved with foliate motifs and measurement increments, with glazed circular cover above the blue steel needle recessed below and direction dial with bird motif, incised Carlisle to edge,
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