Gunner's Calipers by Blunt
Gunner's Calipers by Blunt

Gunner's Calipers by Blunt

c. 1800 England

Offered by Walpoles

£1,350 gbp
Request Information
Favourite Item
A Georgian brass gunner's calipers finely engraved 'Quantity of Powder for filling the chambers of Brass Mortars & Howitzers' to one side, and 'Brass Guns Proof Service' and 'Iron Guns Proof Service' to the other sides, hinged from '0-180' degrees, a 12 inch rule and set with steel tips.
English circa 1800.
Thomas Blunt was the son of a Surrey shoemaker and was apprenticed in 1760 to Edward Nairne. He was free of the Spectaclemakers’ Company in 1771 and formed the well known partnership of Nairne and Blunt in 1774. Blunt appears in various directories by himself from 1801, his address was 22 Cornhill London.
Stock Code

5 Commonwealth Buildings
Woolwich Church Street
SE18 5NS

Opening Hours
View Dealer Location
Member Since 2006
Members of
View Full Details