Two Edwardian Short & Mason compasses and a compass board, early 20th century, a prismatic brass compass, number 313 and dated 1904, and; a Verner's pattern compass, number 534 dated 1908, both in original leather pouches, one marked G.I.T, the other F.L.C for flight Lieutenant F. L Cartwright who served with Lord Strathcona's horse (Royal Canadians) in South Africa, and; a timber board with a line compass to the crest, patent no. 1355
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- Edwardian - The Edwardian period of English furniture and decorative arts design is named for Edward VII (1841 ? 1910) who was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions and Emperor of India for the brief period from 1901 until his death in 1910. It follows the Victorian period, in turn was followed by the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. In Australia, designs of this period are also known as being in the Federation style.
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