Beringer Sundial with compass, C 1820

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A very attractive sundial and compass produced by the German craftsman David Beringer, C 1820 His name became synonymous with portable wooden diptych and cube sundials. The brass gnomen is mounted on a brass ring with a timescale from IIII – XII – VIII and a decorative leaves and the B of Beringer. The compass paper had a coloured rose and is marked with sixteen points marked N – NNO – NO – OON –  O – OOZ –  OZ – ZZO – Z –  ZZW – ZW – WWZ – W – WWN – WN  The latitude is 50 which means Nurnberg,  Measurements: diameter 6,5 cm and is 2,7 cm high.

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