An antique surveying level, in it’s original case. The instrument has a graduated bubble level along the telescope and cross bubble level at the front. It has rack & pinion focussing, extending ray shade and dust cover, and a magnifying glass to read the scale on the compass. A dry card compass mounted beneath the telescope has a thumbscrew needle clamp and is finely engraved in degrees on a silver scale. The instrument comes on a 3 screw mount for staff or tripod mounting with rotation clamp. It comes in the original mahogany case which measures about 20 inches long overall, contains a “No.8a LEVEL BOOK” and has brass hinges and catches and is complete, and in good working order. - £165.
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