Victorian Trails Compass
A knowing glance at a trusted compass will often engender this phrase. As the keystone to countless expeditions of historical consequence, it guided explorers to discoveries and salvation.
Meriwether Lewis relied on his compass to navigate Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains, securing westward access to the friendly and receptive Nez Perce.
Mary Kingsley used hers to navigate the headwaters of the Ogooué River in Gabon, cataloguing scores of undiscovered aquatic life en route (three of the fish she observed still carry her name).
Where will this compass take you?
Victorian Trails Compass (No. 6034). Brass device with etched, silver-plated dial. More reliable than your apps (far better looking, too). Count on it anywhere you can imagine (on Earth, mind you), whether to get lost or be found. Imported.