Ship Clinometer from the Heavy Cruiser USS ALBANY (CA-123)

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Product Code: 13161
Shipping Weight: 3.00 lbs


Product Description

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Ship Clinometer removed from the heavy cruiser USS Albany (CA-123). The manufacturers plate in the center states: SHIP CLINOMETER TYPE II- HEEL SHIP PARTS CONTROL CENTER. Contract No. N104-84556- YEAR 1962. MARINE INSTRUMENT CO. This navigational device was used to measure the ship’s heel. Top clinometer reads from 0 to 20 degrees. Lower clinometer reads from 0 to 60 degrees. Glass tubes mounted on to a black bakelite plaque. Some old paint stains on the edge. Measure 10 X 17 inches with three mounting holes, two in the top corners and one in the bottom center.

USS Albany (CA-123) was a United States Navy Oregon City-class heavy cruiser, later converted to the guided missile cruiser CG-10. The converted cruiser was the lead ship of the new Albany guided missile cruiser class. She was the fourth ship to carry the name Albany.

Ship Clinometer from the Heavy Cruiser USS ALBANY (CA-123)

Ship Clinometer from the Heavy Cruiser USS ALBANY (CA-123)