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WW2. KRIEGSMARINE SEXTANT BY PLATH HAMBURG 1940

Kriegsmarine sextant by Plath executed in a ladder frame of black coated aluminum
Numbered on the protractor 18093.
Index arm with micrometer wheel and Kriegsmarine logo, clearly engraved with the German Eagle
with the globe, Swastika with the Gothic M for Navy and the marine number 3464.
Standing on three legs with a Bakelite handle, stamped on the inside with the factory logo "IPS" 9366.
Original pine wooden carrying box with large metal Sun Shooter trade logo on the inside, and marine number plate on the outside.
Well used instrument, complete set, all documents present, all matching numbers, not quite mint, as always, small traces of use on the box and instrument itself.
Early instrument made in the period 1936-1940, last test certificate from 1940.
In the box a document from the navigating officer Britannia Royal Navy College Dartmouth Devon.
The sextant is equipped with:
# Scale from -5° to 137° degrees
# Two mirrors
# Four colored sun glasses
# Three horizon glasses
# Clear telescope 4x40
# An extra moon lens for the telescope
# A key for the mirror adjustment
# A cleaning brush
# Test certificate from 1940
Dimensions box: 32 x 32 x 17 cm

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