US ARMY COMPASS, Brass WORLD WAR I, Very Nice, Works

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 22,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
WWI ARMY COMPASS

Here is a compass made form and used by the US Army during World War I.

The body is brass and the lid closed to protect the face. There's a release at the top and a loop. The lid is stamper U.S.

Measures 1 7/8" across.

CONDITION: Very nice : The body shows no damage. It needs polished if you want it shiny but as is it has a nice patina. The interior is very clean and the compass works just fine.

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