A beautifully restored show piece of nautical ship’s equipment. This binnacle is a finely tuned and adjusted tool of navigation which houses the ships compass. This fine binnacle was made by the Northern Electric Co. in Montreal Canada. The compass inside was made by the Lionel Company with a date of 1944 on it. The base of the binnacle is made of solid teak and solid brass. A very sturdy and heavy hunk of marine salvage. It measures 52 inches tall x 28 inches wide with a mahogany base that measures 21 inches x 22 inches. Price: Make me an offer on this one mateys!!!