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1530104046Code 6091 RAF compassPocket compass used by the RAF officers signed C. Haseler & Son ltd Birmingham VI T497 1918 in chromed brass in the shape of an pocket watch. The compass has a snap-on cover with release button inside the ring. Compass card with eight winds complete with a goniometric circle for the calculation of horizontal angles. Excellent working condition, Diameter 4.5 cm - 1.77 inches, thickness 1.3 cm - 0.5 inches.

C. Haseler & Son Ltd. was a firm at 94 Bridge Street West, Birmingham, manufacture of photographic metalwork, specialized in spirit levels, view finders, etc.

The use of a magnetic needle is described by the Arab scientist Bailak Al Qabajaqi: in 1242 during a travel from Tripoli in Syria to Alexandria the captain of the ship used it, putting in a pail with water a piece of cork with a needle and magnetizing it with a magnet; the needle moved immediately in the North-South direction.

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