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Heliostat mirror 100cm square with foresight attac
Heliostat mirror 100cm square with foresight attached to one corner and printed instructions on the back, c1950
Eyepiece for levelling a tripod stand above a fixe
Eyepiece for levelling a tripod stand above a fixed point, c.1960
Everest theodolite, 6.5 inch horizontal plate, by
Everest theodolite, 6.5 inch horizontal plate, by G & M Simons, 49 King Square, London, no 96, with extra eyepiece
Level and angle indicator
Level and angle indicator by Fletcher and Sinclair, 1860-1910
6 inch brass station pointer by Troughton and Simms, 1851-1900. with instruction book
Schatz scale reading microscope
"Schatz" scale reading microscope, by O. Fennel und Soehne, c. 1914
Nonien scale reading microscope
'Nonien' scale reading microscope by O. Fennel und Soehne, c. 1914
Plane table supplied by supplied by Carl Zeiss (Lo
Plane table supplied by supplied by Carl Zeiss (London) Ltd. 1928
Field clinometer, British, 1916
Field clinometer Mk III by J. Casartelli & Son, Manchester, England, 1916
Brass plane table protractor, British, 1821-1826
Brass plane table protractor, 4.5-inch, by William Simms, London, England, 1821-1826
5 inch altazimuth theodolite by J.D. Potter, mid 1
5 inch altazimuth theodolite by J.D. Potter, mid 19th century
5.25 altazimuth theodolite, probably by Troughton and Simms, 1826-1916
Distance Meter for Plane Table, 1765-1775
Distance meter (telemeter) for use with plane table, by Georg Friedrich Brander, unsigned, Augsburg, Germany, 1765-75.
Transit theodolite, British, 1816-1850
Transit theodolite, 8.5 inch, by Thomas Jones, 62 Charing Cross, London, England, 1816-1850.
Clinometer, German, 1850-1900
Brass clinometer with spirit level by W. Bandermann, Berlin, Germany, 1850-1900.
Lens for 6-inch altazimuth theodolite
Lens for 6-inch altazimuth theodolite by Dollond, first half 19th century.
Altazimuth theodolite, 6 " horizontal circle, 4-sc
Altazimuth theodolite, 6 " horizontal circle, 4-screw plate, micrometer, 2 spirit levels on horizontal plate, one on telescope tube, lacquer patchy, otherwise fair
300- foot tape measure, 1928
300 foot steel measuring tape on reel, by Chesterman of Sheffield, England, 1928.
Plane table alidade
Brass plane table alidade, 23-inch, by Bresos(n?), Dijon, France, 1701-1800
Prismatic magnetic compass, European, 1989
Prismatic magnetic compass, unsigned thought to be Europeam manufacture, 1989
Micromap viewer, 1995-1998
Blue plastic Micromap MkII viewer with instruction card.
Lefebvre type clitograph, French, 1862
Lefebvre clitograph level fixed inside box lid. Instructions on clitograph in French. Paper instruction leaflet in English. As patented 1862.
Combined sector and folding alidade, possibly Ital
Combined sector and folding alidade, possibly Italian, 17th century
Mining dial, English, 1828-1873
Mining dial on pedestal stand by John Davis, Derby, England, 1828-1873.
Artificial glass horizon
Artificial black glass horizon (lacking case and level), unsigned, made by an unknown English maker, 1875-1885. Consisting of a circular anodized brass base with three levelling feet and covered with a blackened glass plate serving as a mirror.
Telescope with equatorial mounting
Equatorial mounting, attributed to Henry Hindley, York, mid 18th century
Edye type protractor, British, 1843-1873
Edye's protractor for converting angled distances to level distances, unsigned, British, 1843-1873 (?).
Miner's surveying compass, 1845-1855
Miner's surveying compass (mining dial) by Henry Barrow & Co.., 2 Oxenden St., London, England, 1845-1855
Johnson type plane table outfit, 1914
Johnson type plane table outfit for comparatively high precision work, by W. and L.E. Gurley, Troy, New York, USA, 1914
Wild autograph A5 photogrammetric plotter, 1948, m
Wild autograph A5 photogrammetric plotter, 1948, made by Wild Heerbrugg, Switzerland
Mining transit theodolite, 1871-1900
5-inch Hoskold type mining transit theodolite with stand by John Davis & Son, Derby, England, 1871-1900.
Surveying aneroid barometer, by T. Wheeler Scienti
Surveying aneroid barometer, by T. Wheeler Scientific Insts. Ltd. London, no.B674, 1940, 12cm diam, in leather case
100-Foot tape measure, British, 1928
'Constantia' model 100-foot linen measuring tape in leather case, by J. Chesterman & Co. Limited, Sheffield, England, 1928.
Model ME3000 mekometer, 1972-1977
ME3000 Mekometer, in working order. Serial no.218030. Made by Kern & Co. AG, Aarau, Switzerland circa 1975. In two orange carrying cases. Powerpacks not supplied
Model DKM2 theodolite, 1960-1965
Theodolite, DKM2 model, by Kern & Co. AG, Aarau, Switzerland, serial no. 128593, in carrying case, no tripod, early 1960s. Height (cased) 270 mm, Width (case) 122mm, Length (case) 160mm, Length (telescope) 169mm.
Steward patent telemeter
'Steward' Patent Telemeter, No.286, in case, by J. H. Steward, Strand, London, England, 1908-1912
100-Foot invar tape measure, British, 1912
Invar measuring tape, 100 ft., on aluminium reel, by J.H. Agar Baugh, 92 Hatton Garden, London, England, 1912.
Simple theodolite and case, 1771-1781
Simple theodolite, with box, trade card and brass parts, by James Search of London, 1771-1781
DAHLTA 010 model tacheometer, German, 1970
"DAHLTA 010" tacheometer by VEB Carl Zeiss Jena, Germany, serial no.222812, cased, c.1970
'Permaline' measuring tape, British, 1977
"Permaline" 26/8', 20 metre measuring tape with box by Rabone Chesterman Limited, England, 1977
AGA geodimeter 14 (electronic distance measurer) with battery pack, voltage regulator, three circular slide scales for corrections and operating manual, in carrying case
AGA geodimeter 14 (electronic distance measurer) with battery pack, voltage regulator, three circular slide scales for corrections and operating manual, in carrying case, by AGA Geotronics AB., Sweden, 1981-1990
'Autoset' Surveying Level, 1957
Autoset surveying level, prototype, with case by Hilger & Watts Ltd, Debden, Essex, England,1957
Pulfrich-Zeiss stereo-comparator, Carl Zeiss Jena, Germany, 1930-1939. Serial no. 11321.
Channel Tunnel theodolite, Swiss, 1959
Cased Wild T2 gyrotheodolite no.320852, with MW77 - Gyromat serial no.110, dated 1959. One of the two instruments used by the British surveyors of the time of the Channel Tunnel.
Reg Elta 14 electronic tacheometer, 1960-1980
Reg Elta 14 electronic tacheometer, in case, Zeiss, serial no 90317, with five boxes of accessories, two tripods and carrying case for optics (640 x 750 x 340mm)