Late Victorian set of brass drawing instruments in a rosewood veneered case. Brass escutcheon, original lock (no key!) and brass (blank) cartouche to lid. Pocket inside lid behind velvet liner. Removable top tray. Parallel rule, brass protractor and other accessories in lower compartment. Style of box, escutcheon and instruments indicates that the set was likely to have been made in France. Top tray missing an articulated main compass. Dimensions; 18.5cm x 11.5cm x 5cm.
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Late Victorian Rosewood Boxed Drawing Instruments
The rosewood case is in very good condition other than very shallow abrasions on its lid from use. Internal liners and instruments are in very good condition - clearly has been looked after! Please see images as these form an important part of the description.