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Australia 1930 Penny Handcrafted Nautical Vintage Brass Compass



  • Vintage golden brass for durability and elegance, 5.9 cm size, 120g weight.
  • Pocket-size, featuring Australia 1930 Penny engraving and inspirational quote.
  • Ideal for adventure, travel, and decor; crafted in India.
  • Perfect gift symbolizing exploration and craftsmanship.

Product details


120 g


5.9 L x 5.9 W x 2 H cm









Case / Gift Box *


Country/Region of Origin


Special Feature

Long Lasting


Dive into adventure with our Brass Compass. Its vintage golden finish and quality brass make it both durable and beautiful. Sized at 5.9 cm (2.32 inches) in width and height, and 2 cm (0.79 inches) deep, it’s ideal for travel and decor. Weighing just 120g (about 0.26 lbs), it’s easy to carry or display.

Unique Features:

  • Golden Brass: Offers longevity and elegance.
  • Pocket-Size: Perfect for adventurers.
  • Lightweight: Easy to handle and move.
  • Historic Engraving: Features an Australia 1930 Penny for a touch of history.
  • Inspirational Quote: Inside the lid, “Life is a journey, not a destination,” motivates discovery.

Perfect Gift:

Crafted in India, this compass symbolizes exploration and craftsmanship. It’s an ideal gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or any special occasion.

Complete with a Vintage Case:

This compass not only navigates you through your adventures but also comes with a beautifully crafted case. Enhancing its vintage appeal, the case offers protection and an extra touch of style, making it even more special.

More Than Navigation:

This compass isn’t just for finding your way. It’s a piece of art that inspires adventure and decorates any space with style.

Gift or keep this brass compass to inspire journeys and decorate with a nautical flair.

Additional Information

Care & Instructions

Cleaning Method

  • For brass compass care, dust with a soft cloth. Use brass cleaner for tarnish, gently polishing and buffing to shine. Avoid abrasives to prevent scratches.


  • Store your compass in a dry place to prevent corrosion or tarnishing. Brass is resistant to moisture, but prolonged exposure can affect its appearance and the compass's functionality.

Avoiding Chemicals

  • Keep the compass away from harsh chemicals and alcohol, which can damage the brass finish and potentially interfere with the compass's magnetic accuracy.

Note: Given its handcrafted nature, treat your compass with extra care to maintain its craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal.

  • Compasses, including sundials and Brunton compasses, are navigational tools used for orientation, land navigation, and measuring angles of the sun. Sundials track time using the sun's position, while Brunton compasses are favored by geologists for precision in fieldwork.
  • Products ship within 2 business days after payment. Delivery times vary based on destination ZIP Code and shipping service, especially during busy periods. For more details, check our Shipping Policy.
  • Our compasses undergo rigorous quality control checks. If you receive a defective or damaged item, contact us at contact@craple.com with evidence of the issue (unboxing video and photos) to initiate a warranty claim.
  • How is the compass delivered?
    Delivery is made via the customer's chosen shipping service, with packaging and dispatch within 2 days.
  • Do I need documents for delivery?
    No additional documents are required for receiving your compass.
  • Why isn't shipping free?
    Shipping costs vary; separating product and shipping fees ensures transparency.
  • Is my order/payment secure?
    Yes, transactions are secure with us, thanks to our registrations on platforms like Etsy, eBay, and Amazon.
  • Displayed accessories are not included unless specified.
  • The actual product may slightly vary in appearance due to its handmade nature and the variations in brass polish under different lighting and screen settings.

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