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© DIRK SOULIS AUCTIONS, Lone Jack, MO, USA

A 19TH CEN. CHARLES HUTCHINSON MARITIME SEXTANT The sextant with polished wood grip, blued steel frame, brass scale, clean optics, hand engraved maker's...


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