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    Antique telescopes are optical instruments designed to make distant object appear nearer, using an arrangement of lenses

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    • Early 19th Century 2-Draw Day or Night Telescope by Harris & Son London c1820

      Early 19th Century 2-Draw Day or Night Telescope by Harris & Son London c1820

      antique ethos, durham, united kingdom

      Early 19th Century day or night telescope by renowned maker Thomas Harris & Son of London c1820. Two-draw brass telescope with mahogany barrel. Achromatic objective lens approximately 3.75 cm diameter. Protective sliding brass covers to...

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    • Vintage Telescope, Brass, Officer Of The Watch, Single Draw, Ross London, 1935

      Vintage Telescope, Brass, Officer Of The Watch, Single Draw, Ross London, 1935

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6867

      This is a vintage telescope. An English, brass 'officer of the watch' single draw refractor by Ross of London, dating to the mid 20th century, circa 1935.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Appealing vintage telescope by a renowned maker
      • Displaying a desirable aged patina
      • Silvered brass offering bright, reflective tones
      • Clear, bright objective with 45mm diameter
      • Front element protected by sliding sun shade
      • Primary barrel dressed distinctively in later, quality textured metal weave
      • Flared eye-cup with swivel dust cover and superb, concentric ring finish
      • The draw tube engraved with the Ross London logo
      • Further reads; Pattern 373, No. 81150
      • Marked NP38 — as tested and checked by the National Physical Laboratory in 1938
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      This is a quality vintage telescope by Ross of London with an attractive later textured barrel setting it apart. Delivered and ready to be displayed or enjoyed.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 42cm (16.5'')
      Max Drawn Length: 70cm (27.5'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 45mm (1.75")

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      Vintage Telescope, Brass, Officer Of The Watch, Single Draw, Ross London, 1935

      £395.00

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    • Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6373

      This is an antique pair of binoculars. A German, 4.5x magnification Neo Universal by CP Goerz of Berlin, dating to the early 20th century, circa 1920.

      • Delightful binocular from a sought-after German specialist
      • Displaying a desirable aged patina – optical elements in clear order
      • Elegantly milled brass with painted black finish
      • Complete with black leather carry pouch
      • CP Goerz Berlin logo present on left barrel; Neo Universal model name to the right
      • Knurled central focus wheel encased within pleasingly formed, folding bridge
      • Smaller adjustment wheel with marking range from 64-72
      • Serial number of 580854 engraved into front fascia
      • Turned eyecups, adjustment wheel to the right
      • Hand grips dressed in quality textured leather
      • Carry pouch in original condition - clasp not situated
      • Interior dressed with smooth, dark blue velour

      This is a wonderful pair of vintage binoculars, with Goerz being one of the leading names of German optical specialists in the early 20th century. Delivered polished and ready for the home.

      Dimensions:
      Max Width: 14cm (5.5'')
      Max Depth: 7.5cm (3'')
      Max Height: 3.5cm (1.5'')

      Pouch Width: 15.5cm (6'')
      Pouch Depth: 6.5cm (2.5'')
      Pouch Height: 9.5cm (3.75'')

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      Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      £425.00

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    • Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6374

      This is a vintage pair of binoculars. A German, brass 12x magnification Busch Prisma Terlux, dating to the early 20th century, circa 1930. 

      • Appealing vintage binoculars with generous magnification
      • Displaying a desirable aged patina - optical elements in clear order
      • Painted brass with weathering commensurate with age
      • Complete with leather carry case and strap
      • Left barrel presents the Busch Prisma-Binocle engraving, with Mod Terlux to the right-hand side
      • Central adjustment wheel situated on a spindle between bridge joints
      • Smaller central adjustment dial displays markings for the magnification level of 12x
      • Engraved serial number of 68376 on the top bridge plate
      • Front element measuring 35mm (1.5") with sliding sunshade
      • Flared eye-cups with rotary mechanical adjustment
      • Barrels finished with quality dark brown leather
      • Rich brown leather carry case features original strap, button absent

      This is a versatile pair of vintage binoculars, as useful today as they were a hundred years ago. Delivered polished and ready for the home.

      Dimensions:
      Max Width: 12.5cm (5'')
      Max Depth: 20cm (7.75'')
      Max Height: 4.5cm (1.75'')

      Pouch Width: 15cm (6'')
      Pouch Depth: 8.5cm (3.25'')
      Pouch Height: 21.5cm (8.5'')

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      Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      £395.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

      Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5077

      This is an antique telescope by noted retailer and manufacturer, Baker of London, a two draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use dating to the early 20th century, circa 1920.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Tapered, leather-clad, primary barrel in good order
      • Withdraws with a smooth action, easy to focus
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • 40mm (1.5") achromatic objective
      • Leather dust caps for objective and eye piece
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Engraved; Baker, 244 High Holborn. London

      This antique telescope is an historic, period piece fine to use today that also displays well.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 24cm (9.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 53.5cm (21'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 40mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

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    • Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6060

      This is an antique telescope, a single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, Georgian piece dating to circa 1760.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Tapered, fruitwood primary barrel presents well
      • Single brass draw tube in good order with smooth action
      • Supplied with a London Fine, oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display.
      • 20mm (0.75") objective lens with sliding dust cover
      • Bulbous eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Segmented brass draw tube

      A super example of a Georgian antique telescope. An historic, period piece that is good to use today as it was 250 years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 34cm (13.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 57.5cm (22.75'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 20mm (0.75'')

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      Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      £725.00

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    • Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6059

      This is an antique telescope, a two draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, late Georgian piece dating to the early 19th century, circa 1810.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Good optics presenting a clear, sharp performance
      • Parallel, fruitwood primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tubes in good order with smooth action
      • 25mm (1") achromatic objective with sliding dust cover
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      A historic, period piece as good to use today as it was two hundred years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 21.5cm (8.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 50.5cm (20'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 25mm (1'')

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      Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5069

      This is an antique telescope. An English, three draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use by Silberrad of Aldgate, London and dating to the early 19th century, circa 1810. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Good optics presenting a clear, sharp performance
      • Parallel, mahogany primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tubes in good order with smooth action
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • 35mm (1.5") achromatic objective
      • Brass lens cap and flared eyecup with swivel dust cover
      • Fine grain interest and rich mahogany hues
      • Bears the maker's mark; Silberrad - Aldgate, London

      This is a lovely mahogany and brass telescope by renowned optical instrument maker Silberrad.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 18cm (7'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 55cm (21.75'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 35mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5065

      This is an antique telescope, engraved Bancks & Son. An English three draw refractor dating to the late 18th century, circa 1800.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Original condition and displaying a desirable aged patina
      • Parallel fruitwood primary barrel in good order
      • Three draw refractor withdraws with a smooth action, easy to focus
      • Presents a good, sharp and bright image
      • 40mm (1.5") achromatic objective with lens cover
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Inscription reads; Bancks & Son, Strand London - Inst. Makers to His Majesty
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      An historic, period piece that is fine to use today and also displays well.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 24cm (9.5'')
      Max Drawn Length: 74cm (29.25'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 4cm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      £995.00

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    • Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5062

      This is an antique telescope, a three draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, Georgian piece dating to the late 18th century, circa 1780. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Displays a desirable aged patina and rich hues
      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Parallel half wooden primary barrel
      • Offering a smooth draw action and easy focus
      • Three draw refractor with extending sunshade
      • 30mm (1.25") achromatic objective with sliding dust cover
      • Bulbous eyecup, also with sliding dust cover
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      This is a fascinating antique, Georgian telescope and as good to use today as it was over two hundred years ago. Delivered polished and ready for viewing.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 31cm (12.25'')
      Max Drawn Length: 98.5cm (38.75'')
      Objective Lens Diameter: 3cm (1.25'')

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      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      £495.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Two Draw, Refractor, Stampa and Son, London, Circa 1810

      Antique Telescope, Two Draw, Refractor, Stampa and Son, London, Circa 1810

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5084

      This is an antique telescope, a two draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English telescope by Stampa and Son, London dating to the late Georgian period, circa 1810. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Good optics presenting a clear, sharp performance
      • Parallel, leather primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tubes in good order, the odd minor depression
      • Draws with a firm action and focuses easily
      • Engraved Stampa and Son, London, Day or Night
      • 38mm, 1.5", achromatic doublet objective lens
      • Sun shade slide and lens cap with integral dust slide
      • Sliding dust cover to flared eye cup

      Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display. An historic, period piece as good to use today as it was two hundred years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Max Width: 37.5cm (14.75'')
      Max Depth: 97cm (38.25'')
      Max Height: 3.8cm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Two Draw, Refractor, Stampa and Son, London, Circa 1810

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Pocket Refractor, Dollond London, Mid 19th Century

      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Pocket Refractor, Dollond London, Mid 19th Century

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5088

      This is an antique telescope, a three draw pocket telescope, a refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use by renowned manufacturer Dollond and dating to the mid 19th century.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Parallel, wooden, primary barrel in good order
      • Withdraws with a smooth action, easy to focus
      • Engraved 'Dollond London' in a script hand
      • 38mm (1.5") objective lens with brass lens cap
      • Slide dust cover to flared eye cup
      • Presents a good, sharp and bright image
      • Supplied with a London Fine, oak and brass, 'Captain's Stand' for display

      An antique telescope presented in good condition. An historic, period piece fine to use today.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 24cm (9.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 73cm (28.75'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 38mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Pocket Refractor, Dollond London, Mid 19th Century

      £495.00

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    • Antique Telescope, English, Single Draw Refractor, T Harris & Son London, c.1810

      Antique Telescope, English, Single Draw Refractor, T Harris & Son London, c.1810

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5059

      This is an antique telescope, an English single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use by T Harris & Son, London and dating to circa 1810.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky. Supplied ready to enjoy; Fully inspected and lenses cleaned by our in-house restorer.

      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Tapered, wooden primary barrel
      • Single, brass draw tube in good order
      • 38mm, 1.5" achromatic objective lens
      • Sliding dust cover to objective lens
      • Swivel dust cover to flared eye cup
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      Engraved 'T Harris & Son, London', an historic, period piece as good to use today as it was two hundred years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 49.5cm (19.5'')
      Max Drawn Length: 79.5cm (31.25'')
      Objective Lens Diameter: 38mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, English, Single Draw Refractor, T Harris & Son London, c.1810

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Dollond London, Terrestrial Four Draw Refractor Circa 1800

      Antique Telescope, Dollond London, Terrestrial Four Draw Refractor Circa 1800

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5066

      This is an antique telescope by Dollond dating to the early 19th century, a four draw scope suitable for terrestrial or astronomical use, c.1800.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky. Supplied ready to enjoy.

      • A fine example of a telescope by renowned maker Dollond
      • A four draw scope features a 43mm achromatic objective glass
      • The optics present a clear, sharp and crisp image
      • The painted wooden, parallel barrel in good order
      • The eyepiece retains the original swivel dust cover
      • Complete with lens cap and leather case
      • The draw tubes in very good order throughout
      • Inscribed 'Dollond London' on the first tube
      • Supplied with a London Fine, oak and brass, 'Captain's Stand' for display

      An historic piece from a superior name, good to use today.

      Dimensions:
      Max Drawn Length: 106cm (41.75'')
      Closed Length: 29cm (11.5'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 43mm (1.75'')

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      Antique Telescope, Dollond London, Terrestrial Four Draw Refractor Circa 1800

      £795.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Three Draw Refractor, English, Georgian Dollond Circa 1800

      Antique Telescope, Three Draw Refractor, English, Georgian Dollond Circa 1800

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5067

      This is an antique telescope, a three draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English Georgian piece by Dollond dating to circa 1800.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky. Supplied ready to enjoy.

      • Engraved 'Dollond London'
      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Original leather carry case, strap absent
      • Supplied with an London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • Parallel, painted fruitwood primary barrel
      • Triple, brass, segmented draw tubes in good order
      • Offering a smooth draw action and easy focus
      • 38mm, 1.5" objective lens
      • Lens cap and swivel dust cover to flared eye cup

      An historic, period piece as good to use today as it was two hundred years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Fully Drawn Length: 73.5cm (29'')
      Closed Length: 23.5cm (9.25'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 4cm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Three Draw Refractor, English, Georgian Dollond Circa 1800

      £895.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Large, Single Draw Refractor, Cary London, Circa 1820

      Antique Telescope, Large, Single Draw Refractor, Cary London, Circa 1820

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5056

      This is an antique telescope, a large single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, late Georgian piece dating to circa 1820.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky. Supplied ready to enjoy; Fully inspected and lenses cleaned by our in-house restorer.

      • Larger than most presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Tapered, original painted, primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tube in good order with smooth action
      • 56mm, 2.25" objective lens
      • Presents a good, sharp and bright image
      • Engraved 'Cary, London'
      • Complete with lens cap and swivel dust cover

      Supplied with a London Fine, oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display. An historic, period piece that is good to use today.

      Dimensions:
      Max Drawn Length: 112cm (44'')
      Closed Length: 76cm (30'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 56mm (2.25'')

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      Antique Telescope, Large, Single Draw Refractor, Cary London, Circa 1820

      £1,250.00

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    • Antique Telescope on Stand, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English Circa 1770

      Antique Telescope on Stand, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English Circa 1770

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5057

      This is an antique telescope on stand, suitable for terrestrial or astronomical use, English dating to the mid 18th century, circa 1770. 

      • A good example of an 18th century refractor
      • Perfectly good to use today presenting a good clear image
      • Supplied with an London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • Tapered fruitwood barrel with desirable aged patina
      • Brass mounts and single draw tube in good order
      • Bulbous eye cup with sliding dust cover
      • One and a quarter inch objective glass
      • Built in sliding protective dust cover
      • Focused by varying the length of the draw tube

      A fine example and a handsome instrument, great for everyday use or display.

      Dimensions:
      Max Drawn Length: 101cm (39.75'')
      Closed Length: 67cm (26.5'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 4.1cm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope on Stand, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English Circa 1770

      £895.00

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    • TELESCOPE & STAND VINTAGE MAKER ROSS OF LONDON SUPERB.

      TELESCOPE & STAND VINTAGE MAKER ROSS OF LONDON SUPERB.

      sovereign antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      SUPERB POWERFUL ITEM ON SOLID OLD STAND ALL LENSES SEEM OK HAS AN X LINE SIGHT POSSIBLE MILITARY?? CONSIDER EARLY 19TH CENTURY HAS WRITTEN ON FRONT BRASS CAP FOR NIGHT USE ONLY AND THE MARKINGS...

      £650.00

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    • Early 19th Century Two Draw Telescope,

      Early 19th Century Two Draw Telescope,

      sunnyside antiques, biggar, united kingdom

      An early 19th Century two drawers English “Day or Night” Refracting Telescope. Signed with “, Spencer, Browning & Rust, Day or Night, London”, manufactured in brass, with mahogany main body.Good patina, original leather and good...

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    • Cary Celestrial Telescope

      Cary Celestrial Telescope

      moseley antiques, stockport, united kingdom

      A large leather bound, single draw telescope for celestial use, signed on the brass draw, Cary, 181 Strand. It measures 82cm long

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    • 19thC Brass Telescope

      19thC Brass Telescope

      sunnyside antiques, biggar, united kingdom

      An early 19th century brass four draw telescope, by 'Baldwin of Shipley' Good patina, original leather with a few dents. Good optics. Dimensions: Closed 12 1/2 inches (32cm) Fully open 34 inches (86cm)

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    • Folding opera/racing glasses R&J Beck Ltd London 1914

      Folding opera/racing glasses R&J Beck Ltd London 1914

      sc antiques, nottingham, united kingdom

      Very unusual pair of folding opera/racing glasses. Good used condition. Good working order. A very nice pair of binoculars.

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