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German Sextant 13"

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Overall Dims: 13" L x 10" W x 5" H
SKU#: NS-0412A

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Dimensions: 13" L x 10" W x 5" H

German Sextant 13" Description


This uniquely styled German sextant is a beautifully crafted nautical piece that adds an interesting part of maritime history to any collection.  Polished to a gorgeous mirror-like shine and spectacular black finish, this sextant brings an air of class and sophistication to any room in which it is displayed. This German sextant can be placed on any desk, table, shelf, or display case to add a wonderfully constructed conversation piece to your home, office, or boat. 


  • Antiqued finish looks like a real, time-worn sextant
  • Glass optics for a clear view (not plastic lenses)
  • Fully functional sextant operates like a real navigational tool
  • Solid rosewood box lined with felt to store sextant
  • Glass-topped case view sextant even when the case is closed 

This functional sextant is crafted as a beautiful nautical décor item and is not calibrated, intended or recommended for actual navigational use


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For the sailor, navigator, or young Sea Scout in your life, one of these stunning antique sextants for sale makes the perfect gift. Used since the 1700s as a navigational tool that vastly improved sailing, the celestial navigation sextant is as functional as it is enchanting. For a sailor these antique sextants for sale represent an important part of nautical history, while for the navigator sailing across the seas today, a valuable tool. Give one of these antique sextants for sale to your Sea Scout as the nautical world is being discovered, and he or she will be able to learn how to navigate in the traditional way. The sextants that have been used throughout history to guide sailors across vast oceans, and make detailed maps of the new world, have been faithfully recreated here in these solid brass beauties.