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Replica compass dial from the Mary Rose together with lid and box
Imitation compass dial for latitude 50 north. Circular horizontal dial with a fake lathe-turned plastic box, with lid. It has an hour scale numbered in black paint and a shaped and engraved brass gnomon that folds flat when not in use. It is also marked with an 'M'. The compass has a steel needle in the form of an arrow and is surmounted by a shallow conical brass pivot. A glass plate covers all. The case is coloured bottle-green, rectangular in shape and in the form of a book with gold-coloured 'page' edges. It is lined with white satin and black velvet.
Mary Rose Trading Ltd.
- Image reference: D8436
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London