EARLY- SOLID BRASS GRAPHOMETER in FITTED WOODEN BOX. A graphometer is a surveying instrument used for angle measurements. It consists of a semicircular limb divided into 180 degrees. The limb is subtended by the diameter with two sights at it's ends.
It also has an alidade in the middle where two other sights are fitted. The device is mounted via a ball and socket joint. In effect the device is a half circumferentor. This rare item is solid brass, and retains most of it's original black enamelled finish.Made by the world renowned scientific instrument manufacturers, Stanley of London. It is presented in a fitted wooden box. Instrument: 24.8 x 14 x 12.2cm. Box: 32 x 30 x 21cm. Engraved with Bradshaw Gass & Hope, Bolton.
Original handle/pole mount and level included. Please see all photos using the zoom function available, as they constitute the major part of this items description and condition, you are viewing the item you will receive. The item "Antique graphometer Stanley, London c1860" is in sale since Sunday, July 14, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectables\Scientific Collectables\Scientific Instruments\Other Scientific Instruments".
The seller is "uniquities-collectables" and is located in Peterborough. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.