Pathfinder Placefinders



Based on a 1800’s design the solid silver Pathfinder stands out in an elegant but subtle way. The pathfinder opens to reveal its hand engraved silver pegs. The design fans the pegs as it opens to ensure the guns can easily draw their peg.


Engraved Initials + £20

Maximum of 4 letters with or without stops


The Pathfinder

This placefinder was invented in the late 1800s by a man called Baker, I suppose that its name derived from drawing your number and then knowing which path to take to your stand.

The pegs are contained in a small square box with a secure closing clip which when opened operates a simple but clever mechanism which fans out the 10 silver pegs as the box opens. The pegs themselves are held in a socket which hides the numbers but the fan arrangement gives ample space for each peg to be withdrawn.

The Hall marked box is made from solid silver with a gilded inside. The outside can have a polished finished or can be finely engine turned with a blank cartouche for initials.

As collectors will know this placefinder was famously made by Aspreys for many years, but they stopped manufacture in the early seventies.

This is a useable, collectable and interesting placefinder – a great gift for any Shooting Man or Lady.

Additional information

Case Finish

Polished, Engine Turned


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