Surveyor's Compass; Richard Patten, New York; 1840-1860; 1333
Surveyor's CompassAbout this object
The compass was used to determine horizontal angles for establishing boundary lines and survey maps.Maker
Patten worked in New York, Washington and BaltimoreMedium and Materials
Brass body and fittingsMeasurements
14 7/8" x 7 1/4" x 3 1/8"Object number
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