Late, 19th century ship's binnacle compass by Negus of New York. Turned, varnished mahogany stand with brass hood stamped "Negus New York". Hood has side burners to illuminate compass inside. Compass can be viewed through the front glass window. 47" high x 17" wide x 15" deep.
*top left sidelight is askew
Ross of London brass telescope on tripod. Barrel is 63" long, fully extended, tripod is 32" high.
Salesman showroom sample, single draw telescope from the 19th century. Focal tube is engraved C.A. Canti., 30 High Holborn, London" as well as in the engraved price, "4 Pounds, 4...
Early 20th century skylight binnacle by John E. Hand & Sons of Philadelphia. Six glass panel, cathedral brass top. Gimbel compass is stamped Hand of Philadelphia, brass bezel is engraved...
Telegraph by Kirk-Habicht Co. of Baltimore MD. Double faceplates with standard commands “Slow”, “Stop”, “Finished with Engines” etc. Brass handles have spun wooden ends stops at each command and either...