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    Signed on Friday, 2014-11-21 at 19:23 of Jim
This is a great site. Thank you for your work on this. I used a T1A, T1600 with a DI1600 when surveying. Now I'm teaching and we have 4 of the Lieca TC407.

    Signed on Monday, 2014-08-18 at 00:35 of Eric Regener
Thank you for your fascinating page on Kern-Aarau instruments. I have a drawing set Kern A341 which my father gave me when I was young. According to your pictures it was manufactured 1950-1959, so when i was in high school.
It is in perfect condition except for one part, a needle with a 5cm handle, total length 8.5cm. Can this be replaced, or can I obtain a similar item? It happens that I need such a needle to transfer holes through several layers of paper designs.
Thank you for your kindness and thanks again for your interesting website.

    Signed on Thursday, 2014-01-30 at 08:33 of Stephen Ward
I've found your website to be a wealth of information about Wild instruments and all of their variations over the years. I've sent you an email about an odd accessory on the telescope of my T3 that I've only seen on one or two other T3's and can't find any information on.

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    Signed on Tuesday, 2014-01-21 at 19:45 of Hans-Joerg Schwendener
Interesting Website. I happened on it via "Verein Ehemaliger Wildstiften". I apprenticed from 1962-66.
Thanks' for doing this.

    Signed on Thursday, 2014-01-16 at 18:01 of Fred Weber
Good evening.
I'm very glad. I've just acquired an old théodolite T2 from WildHerrbrug. Its serial number is 14466.
It has been produced between 1948 and 1951.
Comment of Juerg:
serial number #14466 was produced in 1943 ....

    Signed on Tuesday, 2014-01-07 at 17:57 of weber
What a beautifull website.
I'm an user from wild/leica products for my job.
I wish I had an older thedolite like those which are presented in your pages.

It's great.

Best regards.

Fred Weber from France.

    Signed on Friday, 2013-06-07 at 18:33 of John
I have a T12-37781. Do you have any additional information on this model?
Comment of Jürg:
your instrument is a Wild T12 Pocket-Thoeodolite and it was produced in 1953.
More information and the user manual will you find at:

    Signed on Monday, 2013-02-25 at 18:50 of Smallenbroek
Hello I have a N1 WILD from 1953 ? Who can tell me wat the price is at this moment on the on the market or is there sombody who is interested in this, it is in well shape

    Signed on Wednesday, 2012-12-26 at 19:26 of David
Good morning

Y have a NT2 and i search parts ( optical and prisme ) .

And i search informations techniques for Wildd Heerbrugg T2/NT2.

Excuse me for my english

Thank You


    Signed on Wednesday, 2012-12-26 at 15:57 of Hans Heinrich Wild
Besten Dank dass Sie dem Ansehen meines Grossvaters so viel Energie und Aufwand entgegenbringen. Das beiliegende Bild zeigt die Männer bei der Arbeit und meine Grossmutter, die ihn sehr oft begleitete, beim stricken. Freundliche Grüsse Hans Heinrich Wild

       Signed on Wednesday, 2012-08-22 at 16:40 of B. Umapathi
Dear Dedual

Greetings for the day.

With reference to the your website and blogs. we are very interested in wild products, we already met at mails regarding the short focus lens. we are dealing here only semi government sector companies. they are having the morethan 25 wild T2 and wild levels instruments with them. we are interest in take service and calibration training from you. sending the instruments for servicing from swiss is very costly. our client didnt pay that much to us. so we are thinking to take training from you. if you agree i will come to your place for training.

please give the mail or response regarding this we are awaiting.

thanks and regards

    Signed on Tuesday, 2012-05-01 at 11:38 of FELIX VAN WEST
Found your fantastic "source of information on the WILD site!", while searching for info on a T2 theodolite. Helps me a lot!!!!
My compliments for all your work.

       Signed on Sunday, 2011-11-20 at 17:19 of Walter Nänny
Immer wieder freue ich mich an den umfangreichen Informationen über die WILD-Mikroskope.

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       Signed on Saturday, 2011-11-19 at 23:55 of Otha Maduro
Nice blog, cheers for showing us

       Signed on Monday, 2011-09-05 at 00:30 of Rosemarie Velie
Nette und sehr ansprechende Homepage, bin durch Zufall auf diese Webseitegekommen, wünsche noch viel Besucher und liebe Grüße

    Signed on Wednesday, 2011-06-29 at 15:14 of Kevin Gillish
I was interested in the website, as I was reminiscing of my days in the U.S. Air Force, Physical and Dimensional Meterology Lab. I used to calibrate and certify accuracy of the Wild-Heerbrugg Theodolites that were used by base civil engineering.

    Signed on Wednesday, 2011-06-29 at 01:28 of Charles K S Boelens
During my 43 years with Leica Group, I was a Wild Employee for 12, based in Singapore, Hong Kong and Korea, active in the microscopy business throughout the Far East . Many fond memories of the frequent Heerbrugg visits and the very hospitable colleagues there.

    Signed on Friday, 2011-03-18 at 08:20 of Johan Degewij
Nice that you have such a beautiful site. I write an article about the Wild RC 7 aerialcamera using glassplates in a Dutch technical Journal.

    Signed on Saturday, 2011-02-26 at 20:54 of Hendrik Woudstra
Ich habe in den fünfziger Jahren für die holländische Vertretung der Firma Wild gearbeitet. Noch immer habe Ich gute Erinnerungen an manchen Besuchen in Heerbrugg!

       Signed on Thursday, 2011-02-10 at 17:14 of Rolf Bull
Ich bin auf der Suche nach KERN Aarau hier "gelandet". Danke für die umfangreichen Informationen zu den alten Schweizer Instrumenten- und Firmendaten

    Signed on Friday, 2010-05-14 at 04:55 of Judy
Would you know what a Wild Heerbrugg Aviograph AG1 cost new and what it would be worth today? Thanks.

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    Signed on Friday, 2010-05-14 at 04:51 of J Ravner
Would anyone know what a Wild Heerbrugg Aviograph AG1 cost when it was new and what it may be worth today? Thanks.

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       Signed on Tuesday, 2010-05-04 at 15:35 of Tim
Hi Juerg,

do you happen to know what bulbs go into the wild darkfield base on this image: http://iscanmanuals.com/paypal/trns lightstbr1.jpg



great site!

    Signed on Tuesday, 2009-12-15 at 19:44 of David
I was looking for any info on "Wild Herrbrugg - Switzerland" and found your interesting site. Very nice and very helpful.

Thank you.

    Signed on Wednesday, 2009-11-25 at 07:48 of Tony
Hi Jürg,
its an amazing web site.
You might remember me, I have
been working for more than 38 year for Wild. ( now its Leica).
Except 6 years, always in the service department. Sometimes during lunch I go with my best friend Marco (you dont know him) to the Poestli in Heerbrugg. I hope to meet you once there.

Make weiter so ...!

Anton Schneider
Comment of Juerg:
sure, I remember you .... you must be the one who invented the famous "Leica Key Knowledge training" ... H.Wild would be proud of you ! See you next Wednesday at the Pöstli, next to the Heerbruggerhof. Marco might also join us ... its there "Fööfliber"-day!would be proud of you !

    Signed on Sunday, 2009-08-30 at 09:07 of Michael Wrenn
Thank you for offering to the public information on these invaluable instruments.

    Signed on Saturday, 2009-07-11 at 08:46 of Peter Zonnevylle
Hi there,

nice to see some appreciation for the ancient art of instrument making.
Things are not what they used to be.
Important to remember where
it all camer from


    Signed on Sunday, 2009-06-07 at 20:34 of zdenek vyskocil
Hi Juerg!

Thanks for your interesting site, I allready found a lot of informations and I hope to find some next :)
Comment of Juerg:
Glad to hear .... and if you need someting else, just let me know and I will put it on my new Online Shop :

Best regards

    Signed on Tuesday, 2009-05-19 at 12:29 of Ian
Like Paul - I also used Wild instruments for engineering surveys in New Zealand. I was able to work a 'fiddle' that my employer did not know about and obtain 3 brand new T16 instruments, complete with tripods and traversing gear to replace a collection of early vernier and microptic instruments and home made sighting tripods. Survey output went way up as a result and I was able to keep my job.
Comment of Juerg:
guess this was a few years ago ... hope they now also use modern electronical instruments in NZ this days .... but your right, those old mechanical theodolites last for ever. best regards

    Signed on Tuesday, 2009-05-19 at 01:09 of Paul
Thank you for a wonderful and interesting site. I used a Wild for some years as a surveyor in NZ. I have been to this site quite a few times over the last two or three years. The amount of information is fantastic. Thank you again. I'll be back
Comment of Juerg:
thanks for the flowers .... don't miss to visit my new Online Shop :
Hope to be able to place a lot of usefull information on there too.
Best regards to "down under"

    Signed on Friday, 2009-04-03 at 01:43 of Conrad Fuller
What an amazing historical record. Thank you for making the time and effort to create the website and for preserving your massive collection of instruments. I used to repair edm's working for Wild Leitz in South Africa. Makes me feel really old when I look at the photos of edm's like the DI3S and DI4. I am now working in Australia on laser scanners. We certainly have witnessed a quantum change in technology!

    Signed on Thursday, 2009-03-05 at 14:31 of david kenyon
I am a bricklaying tutor and I have just acquired a T2 I found your web site very informative keep up the good work

    Signed on Monday, 2008-12-29 at 15:12 of edward chidziya
Are the following instruments;WILD T2, WILD Dr3 and WILD Ni2 still in production?
Comment of Juerg:
no, all this instruments are history .... Wild stopped the N2 production in 1980and the successor the T2 production in 1996 and also the add on EDM's where phased out in 2001

       Signed on Thursday, 2008-12-11 at 02:28 of Scott S. Zelenak
Thank you for the dedication and effort spent on this website.
And thank you for the invaluable instruments, wonderful advice, and your visit to Ground Zero.
Wild and Leica instruments will have a key role in the rebuilding of the World Trade Center.

Scott Zelenak
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Chief of Surveys
World Trade Center Redevelopment

    Signed on Freitag, 10.10.2008 um 17:19 Uhr of Roels Guy
Hello Juerg,
As you may remember I worked in Brussels for WILD & LEICA-Geosystems.
I was happy to discover this site and a lot on information.
Very good !


    Signed on Freitag, 15.08.2008 um 22:26 Uhr of James

The site really helped me see what I had and what I was missing out of my sets.

       Signed on Mittwoch, 23.07.2008 um 16:28 Uhr of Gav
Wonderful site with many many interesting avenues to explore.
Thanks, and keep up the good work.
Comment of Juerg:
thanks for the "flowers" :-)

    Signed on Donnerstag, 26.06.2008 um 10:52 Uhr of Shawn
a superb website.
A joy.

    Signed on Freitag, 06.06.2008 um 22:58 Uhr of George
It's so good to find a site like this, full of history and kraftmanship, many thanks to you Jurg and may God keep you strong to carry on!

    Signed on Sonntag, 25.05.2008 um 09:22 Uhr of Hans Conrad
als ehemaliger Wild-Lehrling, Abschluss 1967, bin ich von dieser seite sehr begeistert und es kommen wieder alte Errinerungen auf.Ein grosses Bravo und weiterhin toi,toi,
Comment of Jürg:
schön, dass dir die Seite gefällt ! :-)

    Signed on Freitag, 02.05.2008 um 02:55 Uhr of Sam P
I saw your T-4 Manual posted on e-bay, and saw, for the first time, a very good photo of the T-4 (the first two pix I can not view for some reason, in this listing. I wish I could see them!). I still am having trouble visualizing it's size, since the the other theodolite is also one I have never seen.
Thanks for including your website in the listing, I am sure it will be visited many times. I have a Wild Distomat DI-10 (the first, though I can find very little on it) and three large prisms in tall oval shaped cases (five cases total). I also have a Wild M3 stereo microscope. Hoping to add a T-3 someday. I would really like to see a T-4 for real (how much did it originally cost and how many of them were manufactured?) , but don't know where I may find one! I know the Smithsonian in Washington DC has a DI-10. Is there a Museum that has these instruments in the United States or Canada, or do you know collectors who share photos of their instruments? I really am fascinated by Wild (though also have an interest in Leica/Leitz and Zeiss optics as well). I have recently been attracted to Kern and admire the quality and reputation it has with collectors.
Thank you for your great website!
Sam P
Comment of Jürg:
no problem, if you ever com to Switzerland, I will show you a Wild T4 and much more ... :-)

    Signed on Samstag, 19.04.2008 um 00:40 Uhr of mauro
Dear Sir:

Could you please explaine the difference between "aerotriangulation" and "phototriangulation"?

Thanks for your help.

    Signed on Mittwoch, 09.04.2008 um 03:06 Uhr of Robert M Kraus Sr
I have had a set of Kern Aarau drawing instruments for 59 years. My father, who was an architect, gave it to me, who am an architect. He purchased it in Suisse in 1949, when he and my mother were visiting my brother, who was a student at the University of Fribourg at the time.

Two pieces are missing from the set; all others are there and in fine condition . . . hard chrome.

It is fascinating to me to learn that others value the very same instruments which I have. I am going to keep mine.


Robert M Kraus
Akron Ohio USA
US citizen for 87 years

       Signed on Dienstag, 01.04.2008 um 02:15 Uhr of Darryl
Always and only wild. Thanks for the help and information.

    Signed on Montag, 31.03.2008 um 14:48 Uhr of Vaughan
Wonderfully informative site!
I used a T-16ED and a NA2 for many years. Wild instruments were built to last!

    Signed on Freitag, 04.01.2008 um 23:12 Uhr of George King
I recently purchased the T0 compass theodolite and subsequently the manual for this model from you. I could not belive that this theodolite was manufactured in 1963 approx as it is in a pristine condition as if new. obviously never been used in the field.
I am surveyor but have only used instruments supplied by my employers. At college in the 1970's we used similar theodolites and I always remember being shown a film about the manufacture of Wild - Heerbrugg instruments.
I normally collect compasses but to purchase this model and find that it has compass built into was a double bonus for me. Thanks for your web site it is an excellent source of infomation and very well presented.

    Signed on Donnerstag, 20.12.2007 um 23:59 Uhr of Donlad Jackson
I, started my surveying career with a wild instrument and still use one today. in 1974 i begin using a GAK1 Gyro, after retiring from the company that i worked worked for 25 years, i bought at the company auction the GAK1 that i used there, it has not been used in 20+ years and i have been contacted by a coal company that needs to use one and they want to purchase this one, don't know if i want to sell or just rent. Can't beat a wild instrument.

    Signed on Freitag, 07.12.2007 um 23:35 Uhr of Donald G. Mason Jr. LS PE
I used a Wild T-16 in my youth in Indianapolis, Indiana.

       Signed on Donnerstag, 29.11.2007 um 00:51 Uhr of Laila A. Bolt
Hello Juerg: This is an awsome site. Very nice.
How did you come to have it.?
Are you related to any of the owners?
Can you tell us what the item is that you bought? What does it do?

What kind of tools do you have on your walls in your garage? The history of ours is on the web site. We had the web site for a few years and had it transferred over to the City of Oroville, when we donated the entire museum. We had it in our garage, from floor to ceiling and even put an extention on the garage. Then went to the portable when we ran out of room.

Please tell us a little of your self. You sound interesting, with your tools and all.


Comment of Juerg:
well, ... to bad I am not related to the owners .... but because I am working there for over 30 years and collecting old instruments for over 20 years, so I have quite a large collection .... I will contact you by email

    Signed on Samstag, 03.11.2007 um 18:01 Uhr of Robert Jenks
Very useful and informative site. Thank you for providing it.

    Signed on Samstag, 13.10.2007 um 11:45 Uhr of Graham Gath
I have visited your excellent site a number of times and found it and your advice most helpful.

    Signed on Sonntag, 19.08.2007 um 00:37 Uhr of David Platts
Great website. I was able to identify the telescope I had from an old instrument. Thanks!

    Signed on Donnerstag, 16.08.2007 um 01:35 Uhr of sheldon lawrence
i am in awe of the history of this elite class of Instrument.
keep up the good work

       Signed on Dienstag, 31.07.2007 um 15:16 Uhr of Hansueli Heeb

Sehr informative Webseite.
Bin per zufall drauf gekommen.
Ich arbeite bei der SwissOptic
Comment of DED:
na, dann arbeiten wir ja ganz in der Nähe ;-)

       Signed on Donnerstag, 26.07.2007 um 21:00 Uhr of Richard Winston
Great place for hard to find info.

    Signed on Montag, 16.07.2007 um 20:53 Uhr of Kim Davis
website very informative.

    Signed on Sonntag, 24.06.2007 um 00:22 Uhr of B Barrett
very informative. thank you

    Signed on Montag, 18.06.2007 um 06:59 Uhr of Charles Westrem
A very fine web site with a gigantic amount of information about very fine instruments.

    Signed on Montag, 30.04.2007 um 03:23 Uhr of pam brewer
Great website! Found this while trying to find out about an old Dietzgen (# 66086). I don't even know what it is yet, but I am learning.

    Signed on Dienstag, 03.04.2007 um 14:16 Uhr of ciro
thank you Juerg for your site.

    Signed on Freitag, 30.03.2007 um 14:00 Uhr of christian
schöne seite! es hat mich sehr gefreut, hier informationen zu meinen beiden bussolentheodoliten T0 zu finden. diese wildschen tachimeter sind doch einfach kleine wunderwerke der technik.
Comment of Jürg:
Danke für die Blumen
Wenn du noch weitere Unterlagen zu deinen Wild T0's möchtest, kontaktiere mich doch über email

    Signed on Samstag, 03.03.2007 um 16:22 Uhr of Tristan
Your website is an exceptional mine of informations. I've got several WILD instruments and I can find for each of them the year of construction. I've got also one very old Kern (You saw it already) but nothing is written on the box... so difficult to say how old it is.
Keep on going. Best regards


    Signed on Dienstag, 02.01.2007 um 13:12 Uhr of Mark Kolman
Once again your site is really great and continues to inform us how great Wild Heerbrugg was and Leica Geosystems continues to be. Congratulations.
Mark Kolman

    Signed on Mittwoch, 06.12.2006 um 14:09 Uhr of Vasilis
Great site, congratulations & many thanks for the usefull info I found here.

       Signed on Sonntag, 19.11.2006 um 01:42 Uhr of Dennis Edelsten
Thanks for providing the information that as time goes on would be hard to find, regards Dennis

       Signed on Freitag, 10.11.2006 um 10:16 Uhr of Caddbro
We find your site very informative and the link has been on our website for a long time (to the benefit of our Customers). Thank you

   Signed on Donnerstag, 02.11.2006 um 05:44 Uhr of Lyn
Thanks a lot for all this information. Finaly i know whath kind of old stuff my dad left me (:
Thanks a lot!

    Signed on Samstag, 27.05.2006 um 14:59 Uhr of KOberle
I will be sending some pictures of the drawing set acquired by my father during visit to Switz after end of WWII before he returned to USA. Thanks for your informative site.

       Signed on Donnerstag, 25.05.2006 um 22:15 Uhr of carlos

Great site, lots of good info, you have helped me a lot, everyone should know that you like to help. Keep up with the great work.


       Signed on Mittwoch, 17.05.2006 um 13:24 Uhr of Mozzarella
. .have stato qui per 3 volte già! Lo gradisco! realmente. buon luogo! lavoro piacevole:)

    Signed on Freitag, 05.05.2006 um 20:37 Uhr of Dan Love

How are you. I hope that you are enjoying the instrument. I was hoping to see it on your website. I've since had a chance to visit Germany and found it wonderful.


    Signed on Montag, 01.05.2006 um 00:38 Uhr of Gordon Moschkau
Like the website, very good information.

A question: I have a T16 and trying to find accessories for it, such as the compass mainly, but would be interested in many of the options

    Signed on Dienstag, 11.04.2006 um 02:27 Uhr of bill clevenger
Very good information. I found your website because a lady from my church has a set of drawing insturments that her husband had and she did not know what they were. From what I can determine they have the Kern Aarau logo as identified in your personal collection dated 1926 - 1949 as shown in the top left logo picture. The case has all the pieces, the only difference I see is that the three compasses in the case have a semicircle where the two legs are joined. I know you cannot estimate their value, but do you know anyplace in the US that could possibly do this. She is interested in selling this set. Thank you for your time.

    Signed on Freitag, 07.04.2006 um 00:18 Uhr of Sinisa
I have NT2 theodolite Serial No 32571. How old it is?
Comment of Jürg:
this T2 was produced in 1952

    Signed on Donnerstag, 06.04.2006 um 14:43 Uhr of Sesso
Mmmm... Site looks good! Real good!;-)

       Signed on Montag, 03.04.2006 um 19:41 Uhr of Peter Haacke
Hi, schöne und sehr interessante Wild-Seite.
Jetzt fehlt nur noch eine Gebrauchtinstumentenbörse :-))
Ich suche nämlich ein N3, nicht für meine Sammlung, sondern zum arbeiten! Oder gibt es vielleicht ein vergleichbares neues Gerät dieser Art.
If anyone has a N3 for sale, please contact me!
Weiterhin viel Erfolg mit diesen Seiten!
Take care!

    Signed on Samstag, 11.02.2006 um 04:10 Uhr of DeWayne Akins
I work for a general contractor and buy, use and collect the Wild brand. I have been personally using them in site layout work for 30 years and believe that nothing else compares.
When I show the younger guys in the trade the wild instruments and, then tell them the age, Most cant believe the quality that Wild has produced for so many years.
I use your website very often and do appreciate your hard work and dedication in helping to keep the Wild name going.

       Signed on Mittwoch, 11.01.2006 um 14:31 Uhr of jan
impressive site. I did not see a small 4x monocular military aiming device from Kern made in the 80's. any information on that?
Comment of Jürg:
they produced thousends of various things ... I can't list them all, sorry.
But I have many Kern brochures and if you send me a picture of your device I will check what it is.
I guess it is a "aiming circle" (a compass with a sight 4x18 to measure angles)

    Signed on Mittwoch, 11.01.2006 um 02:56 Uhr of Rafael Rosales
I am very pleased to visit your site, congratulatios.I have teodolite Wild Geerbrugg RDS 49353, I woul like to know the year it was made and if there is a catalog available for thi Model. If yes, please the price (US:$).Also, I want to have an idea about the market price for collectors. Thanks in advance. Rafael R. Caracas, Venezuela
Comment of Jürg:
Your Wild RDS "Self-Reducing Tacheometer" #49353 was produced in 1956.
Sure, I also have documentations from these type of instrument.
The Wild RDS manual can you buy for $25
Value ? I don't make estimations because I can't check the condition ....

    Signed on Mittwoch, 28.12.2005 um 20:04 Uhr of vegard gaaserud
Compliment for your work on this site.
I have a
Looking for more information.
I`ll send you a mail
If anybody has any information on a
i will be happy to recieve a mail at
My name is Vegard from Oslo NORWAY
Comment of Jürg:
I would need a photo ore the serial number to idenify, but I guess it is a photogrammetry "AVIOPRET APT1" Stereo Interpret Microscope.

    Signed on Samstag, 24.12.2005 um 02:34 Uhr of Lluis Pujol
Allways I need come back at this web, many times at year, searching rare accessories and references of old models but usefull and precises still.

    Signed on Mittwoch, 07.12.2005 um 19:20 Uhr of Martin Pielach
I enjoyed your website very much.
I have a Wild Heerbrugg instrument built in 1950, serial #3823. It has the letters Hohe 293 on it. I don't anything else about it. Could you identify it and locate a manual to sell me?
Comment of Jürg:
I would need a photo to idenify, but I guess it is a military "panoramic telescope"

    Signed on Dienstag, 01.11.2005 um 13:00 Uhr of Qaisar Khan
Great site and loads of useful information. Thank You.

    Signed on Sonntag, 23.10.2005 um 13:49 Uhr of James M Hart
Great website!! Forever a Wild and (mostly) Kern fan! Fantastic craftsmanship.

    Signed on Donnerstag, 06.10.2005 um 22:57 Uhr of Kevin Suter
I have a T3000 theodolite and it is certainly a pleasure using such a fine instrument as this. Thank you.

    Signed on Montag, 12.09.2005 um 22:22 Uhr of John Warner
I have come across a WILD T1 Micrometer Theodolite with Automatic vertical index. Great Shape Hard plastic foam lined box with lenes. Can anyone hepl with what it might be worth.

    Signed on Sonntag, 04.09.2005 um 22:32 Uhr of Tony Saul
I have a RZ23 drawing set and I'm wanting to buy an ink attachment for the large compass. Could you possibly help me please?

    Signed on Donnerstag, 01.09.2005 um 00:07 Uhr of William Heidner
Dear Sir;
I am the Museum Curator for the US Army Yuma Proving Ground. I have in my museum's collection, several of your fine instruments (T2, T3 and T4). You web site is very informative and helpful. Thank you.
Bill Heidner

       Signed on Donnerstag, 28.04.2005 um 21:40 Uhr of Juerg Dedual
Welcome to my guest book !
I hope you like my private web page and it will help that you can enjoy your Wild Heerbrugg instrument.
Lots of fun & success,

       Signed on Donnerstag, 28.04.2005 um 21:04 Uhr of Jürg Dedual
Herzlich willkommen in meinem Gästebuch
Ich hoffe meine private Webseite gefällt und helft Euch, dass ihr auch weiterhin viel Freude mit Ihren Wild Heerbrugg Instrumenten habt.
Viel Spaß & Erfolg wünscht,

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