With Leather Case
This precision surveying instrument appears to be in clean, very good condition. It is approximately 4" in diameter. It belonged to a friend's Grandfather who was a surveyor. This compass still works smoothly (and the thumb screw locks it in place when not in use), the bull's eye bubble leveler works, the hinged sights work smoothly, the fine wire sight line is intact and the face glass is intact and in very good condition. T are 360 degree markings. T is a declination screw on the side. T is a threaded hole on the bottom to secure it to a tripod (the brass threads are nice). I am no expert in this instrument, so this is being sold as is, as described and pictured.I believe this has been machined out of brass. I don't know what else to say except that this comes with a brown leather carrying case in worn condition, the closure snap has come loose into the mating snap, and the strap has broken. If you have any questions, please ask before bidding. Payment is expected within one week of auction close. Shipping / handling to the 48 contiguous US states, will be $10 - including delivery confirmation; plus insurance at your option and sole risk. No international shipping for this item except to Canada. Shipping outside the 48 contiguous states will be more than the flat rate quoted. Payment is to be made by PayPal or US Postal money orders (POST OFFICE) unless other arrangements are made prior to bidding. Any other payment MO / check will need to clear my bank before shipping; this can take 2 weeks or more. Thanks for looking.
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