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Pre-World War II Japanese Binnacle

  • Condition rating scale: Reconditioned
  • Zip/Postal Code: 21403
  • Listed: June 21, 2015 4:18 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired
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This binnacle is a rare find, an older Japanese made unit probably just before WWII. The compass was manufactured by Nunotani Seiki Seisa Kusho Company from Osaka, Japan.

She is rugged, but beautiful in a nautical nostalga sense. We don’t plan on restoring this piece, unless we are commissioned to do so by a client. The binnacle measures 51” high x 32” wide. (BC009)

Price: $2560.99

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