Ship's binnacle by Negus of New York with wood base, brass hood and compensating port and starboard irons. has rear door, chart tube and dry card compass. 54" high x 29" at it's widest x 17" deep.
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Read about T.S. & J.D. Negus' compensating binnacle here from an 1800s illustrated catalog.
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