London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
A 19th-Century lacquered-brass surveyor's level,
signed on the centre of the ungraduated 6½-inch (16.5cm.) diameter horizontal circle A. Beaulieu à Bruxelles, 11¼in. (28.5cm.) long telescope with detachable bubble level, the objective lens with rack and pinion focusing, the circle supported on a column to the tripod base with adjustable screw feet and threaded hole for staff or tripod mounting, contained in the original fitted mahogany case with brass carrying handle and two hooks -- 12¾in. (32.3cm.) wide
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