Product images of Butterfield dial for latitudes 40˚-60˚ north
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Butterfield dial for latitudes 40˚-60˚ north
Even though this instrument is unsigned, there are two clues as to whom the maker might be. The fleur-de-lys that appears in the compass bowl might suggest Lienhart Miller as a maker, but the 'B', which is also set in the compass, indicates possibly the Karner workshop. The style of the dial is closer to instruments originating from that workshop during the 18th century.
- Image reference: F1370-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Londonandau Collection