Dating cruchon emons
The paper arrow and the frame under the crystal were covered with a luminescent paint - Mark III models were built in Australia during WWII and also from 1966 onwards in Australia by J. This item features cardinal points in German language (N-O-S-W).
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It was issued to the German Army (This compass bears the logo made of three triangles representing the three upper-case letters "A" of the company's name "Ask Ani A" (right).
The shape of each of the three "A"s reminds of masonic symbols.
- Luminous markings: 2 dots for North, 1 dot each for E, S, W on the chapter ring and a triangle on the arrow head.
- Ruler: 60 mm (white paint) The model name on the compass base written in upper-case letters: PROFILE - The French company LEMAIRE was part of the BAILLE LEMAIRE Fils & Cie group which had built cars at the turn of the 19th/20th century (1898-1905). 1.041.917, issued on June 3, 1953) for an improved version called Modle 49 of the well-known compass called Modle 1922 and a prismatic, fluid dampened Model 1922 (examples: see Lemaire compasses).