A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Bill Morris
Date: 2021 Apr 26, 13:53 -0700
NZ$300 is a reaonable *starting* price, but given that it shows considerable corrosion that might take a lot of your time to fix I would not be inclined to pay much more.
Simex sextants were made for Simex by Tamaya, a reputable brand made in Japan
if you live outside New Zealand or Australia you should check with TradeMe that you can actually pay for it, and expect hefty postage costs, typically around US$ 90-100 if you live in Europe or North America. If you live in NZ you might like to note that I restore and repair instruments.