19th Century boxed compass by Robert Merrill and Sons of New York. Dry compass card, brass housing, mounted to authentic timber box with no lid, and iron gimbal.
Dimensions: 7" diameter, 10" x 10" x 7" box
Captain's gig sternboard hardwood with rope carved border and brass lettering "Terpsichore Sandefjord" Norway. Great old sternboard from the Captain's gig from the Terpsichore. Circa 1856.
Nineteenth century ship's compass. The card reads "Robert Park, 14 Cathcart St., Greenock. Set into a spun brass bowl, fitted to a dovetail box. Glass cover on box. Circa 1890.
Antique solid brass gimbaled yacht compass by Ritchie of Boston. Bezel is pierced with number 108724. Highly polished and fitted to a varnished wood box. Great old maritime relic. Circa...
Rare marine compass with original makers label from D. Riggs & Co. Nautical Store, Philadelphia. Spun copper bowl, strap gimbal fitted to a dovetailed wood box. Very early Circa 1860....