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SEXTANT - Mahogany boxed early 20th C brass
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SEXTANT - Mahogany boxed early 20th C brass sextant, polished dial engraved Spencer, Browning and Rust London, dovetailed fitted box, 5"H x 11"W x 10"D,...


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