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All in good working order, including an automatic transit lock when lid closed, it measures 45mm in diameter.
This is a relatively modern green dial prismatic compass, made by Francis Barker & Son in the 1970's, yet in the style & design of its 19th century counterparts.
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A fine example of a full hunter cased pocket watch style compass, with a gemstone pivot floating dial, and set in a nickel plated Dennison case which is stamped Dennison Watch Case Co inside the base cover.
The brass case is dent free and still has its anti slip rubber ring on the underside, which is so often missing on these compasses. In good working order, a genuine piece of Britain's WW1 history.
It comes with a leather case which is also in very good condition with all stitching intact and inscribed J. An iconic WW1 British Army Officers MK VI pocket compass, engraved Dennison Birmingham VI, 40554, 1917, and with the military arrow on the lid, showing it was issued in to service.
Although not signed by any maker, it was probably made by Francis Barker in the pre WW2 period, and is the MK VII version which was the last model of the hunter cased pocket watch style designs that were developed during WW1 for British Army Officers.
In very good condition, the case retains all its nickel plating and has a clean undamaged crystal.
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The attractive floating dial is in very good legible condition, pivoting on a jewelled bearing and housed under a clean glass crystal.