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A Fine Early 2 Pole (33 Foot) Gunter / Surveyor ' S Chain, Complete, 19th Century

A Fine Early 2 Pole (33 Foot) Gunter / Surveyor ' S Chain,  Complete,  19th Century Engineering photo   Category : Science & Medicine (Pre-1930) > Engineering
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Uploaded by best-salmon on May 17, 2017
        
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Category : Science & Medicine (Pre-1930) > EngineeringItem Id: 189299
Maker: Chesterman
More info
2 pole chains with 50 links are scarce and were popular with some land surveyors because they were lighter and easier to make precision measurements for town and city lots
Edwin Gunter of England initiated its common use for measuring land boundaries in the early 1600s
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