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Early 20th Century German Brass Compass

Early 20th Century German Brass Compass

SKU: RJ01881
£20.00Price

One of the 'Four Great Inventions' from Ancient China, the compass dates back to the Han Dynasty (c.206 BC). While it wasnt until c1190 that the compass was first thought to have been used in Western Europe and the Islamic worlds. 

 

This is a mid 20th century pocket compass in a brass case. Made in West Germany.

 

In good working condition.

 

Dimensions: 3cm diameter

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One of the 'Four Great Inventions' from Ancient China, the compass dates back to the Han Dynasty (c.206 BC). While it wasnt until c1190 that the compass was first thought to have been used in Western Europe and the Islamic worlds. 

 

This is a mid 20th century pocket compass in a brass case. Made in West Germany.

 

In good working condition.

 

Dimensions: 3cm diameter

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