LONG TRIP ALERT!!!
Thank you for visiting. We hope you will find some vintage artifacts here on our site to add to your collection.
We are OUT OF THE OFFICE, and UNABLE TO SHIP for the Next FEW WEEKS!!!
We will be OUT OF THE OFFICE Leaving Tuesday 09/13/22 and will be UNABLE TO SHIP for a period of AT LEAST 3 THREE WEEKS!!
Once we leave, on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13th, even though our office will have a skeleton staff, we will be UNABLE TO SHIP until our return in EARLY OCTOBER.
We will be HAPPY TO ACCEPT YOUR ORDERS during this time, and will promptly mark any ordered Artifacts as SOLD.
REGULAR SHIPPING will resume when we RETURN to the Office on or about WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th.
SEE YOU AT THE MAX IN YORK, PA on SEPTEMBER 15TH, 16TH, & 17TH!
We look forward to serving your collecting needs, Ron & Kana
This is a 1944 dated navigator's dead reckoning computer Type AN 5835-1 used by both the United States Army Air Forces and Navy during World War II in its original pigskin case. A rotating disc connected at its center to a stationary disc both show different combinations of altitude and air speed when dialed to certain points. Both discs are affixed to an underlying tablet providing correction factors to help aid the pilot further.
Circa World War II.
Approximately 11-1/2" in length and in 5-3/4" in width (in case).
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
Cardboard computer, with metal hardware, clear cellophane; pigskin case.
Wire loop on computer; slot on back of case.
ORDER NO. (11-107) 44-10837 MANUFACTURER'S PART NO. 100 J.B. CARROLL COMPANY; ROBERT W. HART written on case.
This is from a United States Army Air Forces collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VEX11 LGEX7/11 SGEX10/20
8- (Very Fine-Excellent): The computer is in great condition with little wear and the case has some light to medium wear.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.