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Surveyors 'Service Pattern Clinometer' by Short and Mason, London 1920.

Item#: SSI567

Price: $230.00


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A Short and Mason brass Service Pattern Clinometer. This is a 1920's optical device used by surveyors for measuring elevation angles above a horizontal line. It is used for estimating the height of buildings or trees as well as measuring angles of elevations, slopes, or inclines. Marked 'Service Pattern Clinometer' and 'Short & Mason Ltd. London'. Comes with original leather case and strap. Thomas Short and James Mason founded ‘Short & Mason Ltd’ in 1875 the company produced precision instruments and their business address was at 40 Hatton Gardens, London.
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