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End date: 01/24/2020 18:00
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Y-193. PELORUS NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENT. T.S. and J.D. Negus. A pelorus, sometimes called a bearing compass, is not actually a compass because it has no magnetic needle, but is used to measure the angle of points relative to the ship's beam. The Negus brothers began their business in New York in 1869 and were the leading makers of ships' navigational instruments in the second half of the nineteenth century. Highly polished brass, doesn't appear to have a base or stand for it, in its original mahogany box with a crack in the lid, 11" x 15". Fine 150-250 **All absentee bids must be placed by end of day, Friday, January 24, 2020. Current high bids can be obtained by calling our office at (800) 248-8114. See Auction Rules page for more information**

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