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1778-1784 Azimuth compass, 7 inch, by Spencer & Browning
brass (copper, zinc alloy); copper (alloy); cotton (fibre); glass; incomplete: no lid.; lead (metal); mica; paper (fibre product); silver (metal)
Dry azimuth compass, 7", on gimbals fitted with moveable sighting line for taking azimuths, and a prismatic optical system. Made by Spencer, Browning & Co., London, 1840-1860.
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