SOLD. Featured below is a excellent example of a fine set of drawing instruments, most likely made in the late 1700s in England. The small Morocco leather covered case is made of wood and has a nice velvet lining. The box includes a combination of six instruments: compass dividers, an unusual shape drafting pen, a bone ruler and three accessories made of brass and steel. The case has some wear and tear due to age and one the brass locks is missing. The instruments have some minimal rust and oxidation. Dimensions: 138mm X 48mm X 20mm.