Very rare early US Army compass complete with leather pouch, factory label and letter of instruction.

The compass looks pristine and the glass is not clouded, unlike most examples you may come across.

It has all of its original OD green paint, which is also extraordinary.

The compass is no longer working though, because the disc no longer floats on the pin.

The leather belt pouch is close to mint. Only the male part of the press stud has become detached from the leather and is inside the female part. This is invisible from the outside though.




WW1 compass with leather pouch, manufacturer’s tag and papers, Mk-VII Mod. E Sperry Gyroscope Co. — No Comments

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