Surveyor's Compass; Richard Patten, New York; 1840-1860; 1333

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Name/Title

Surveyor's Compass

About this object

The compass was used to determine horizontal angles for establishing boundary lines and survey maps.

Maker

Richard Patten, New York

Date Made

1840-1860

Place Notes

Patten worked in New York, Washington and Baltimore

Medium and Materials

Brass body and fittings

Measurements

14 7/8" x 7 1/4" x 3 1/8"

Object number

1333

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