19th Century Brass Four Draw Telescope Prior to WW1. Magnification Around 45-50x

  • Model: 19th century 4-draw telescope
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5Kgs
  • 1 Units in Stock

This is a 19th Century 4-draw brass telescope which is made prior to WW1. Some details are shown in the photos below. 

Main Features:

  • Minimum length when closed: 25.5cm (10 in.)
  • Maximum length when extended: approx. 100cm (39 in.)
  • Maximum body diameter: 6cm (2.4 in.)
  • Objective lens diameter: 4.6cm (1.8 in.)
  • Weight: 1058g (2.3 lb.)
  • Extendable sunshade
  • Brass case with brass lens cover
  • Slide open/close eyepiece cover
  • Magnification: approx. 45-50x (see note below)

Note: This telescope is in good working condition and no chips or damage to the lenses, and no dust or mould on the internal lenses. The telescope gives clear images.

Wear and tear to the brass tube surface appropriate with age.

For customer information, like most antique telescopes of this type, the magnification value is not marked on the telescope body. But we have tried to compare this telescope with a spotting scope which has a wide range of magnification. It looks that the images as viewed through both scopes become similar as the magnification level of the spotting scope is adjusted to around 45-50x. This information is for your reference purpose only.


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