Product images of Equinoctial dial
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Universal equinoctial dial for latitudes 0â”œÃ—_-90â”œÃ—_ north. Hinged to the north side of the dial-plate is a silvered hour-circle whose inner rim is enamelled in black and numbered [VI]-XII, I-[VI]. A brass strut attached along the VI-VI line supports a rectangular brass rod gnomon. The latitude arc is silvered and hinged to the east side of the dial-plate, engraved on the outside only, and divided from the tip -. The compass is silvered and set into the base-plate.
- Image reference: F2108
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London