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This style was used aboard lobster and fishing vessels, yachts and small craft. During WWII some were used in the lifeboats of merchant ships.

Wilcox-Crittenden Co. of Middletown Conn. made this little box compass probably 60 years ago.

This style was used aboard lobster and fishing vessels, yachts and small craft. During WWII some were used in the lifeboats of merchant ships.

This one appears to be unused and is in excellent shape. Some of the liquid used to dampen the compass card has evaporated but the compass still works fine.

The mahogany box measures 4.5 inches square by 3.25 inches tall. The compass card is 2 inches in diameter. The box is complete with its top.

 
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