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Ainsley Sextant
South Shields, England

The instrument is signed Ainsley, South Shields. The box includes labels from F. Lundy, Gt. Grimsby and Thomas C. Sargent, Thames St., Rotherhithe, London.

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Brass Cased Pocket Compass and Sundial
by L. Casella of London, England

A brass pocket compass and equatorial sundial with original box. Marked L. Casella, Maker to the Admiralty & Ordnance, London.

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Brass Tripod Telescope by H.Hughes and Son - 59 Fenchurch St. London
Numbered 1824 with wood case and mahogany legs on the tripod.

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Numbered 1824 telescope in excellent condition, comes with wood case.

Comes with three eyepieces: a regular, a celestial lens and a 45 degree angle lens.

Dimensions: main tube 42 inches long x 3 inch diameter. 59 inches long fully extended.

Overall height is 63 1/2 inches, the tripod is 46 inches high.

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Cased Octant by WF Cannon of London
Ebony and Brass with Bone

A fine navigational instrument made of ebony and brass with bone, housed in a mahogany case.

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High Quality 19th Century All Brass Telescope and Tripod
with Original Case

An impressive and large brass celestial and terrestrial sighting telescope on a solid brass tripod base. A spectacular presentation, the brass has been lacquered to maintain polish. Included is the original box with extra lenses.

Primary Instrument Barrel Measures 64 Inches, barrel with shade measures 46 Inches
Overall Adjustable Height to Yoke 83 Inch Maximum, Lowered to 58 Inches Minimum
4 Inch Lens

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Nikon Japanese Big Eye 20x120 Binoculars
On Bausch and Lomb Tripod

An exceptionally beautifully polished set of Nikon Binoculars of top quality, set on a nickel polished tripod. Labeled 20 x 3 degree vision, this 20 x 120 optical instrument is circa 1940 and was previously painted with a drab military grey that has been stripped and polished, along with a fine quality Bausch and Lomb Tripod. The quality of the 120mm lens, and the 20x magnification power make this not only a beautiful artifact, but an excellent instrument for contemporary use.

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