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  • Fleet Review Telescope
    In the early 1900s grand clifftop and beach homes would be considered incomplete without an impressive brass and wood telescope on the balcony to view the ships sailing past – and the originals are now expensive collectors’ pieces. Our realistically-priced reproduction is specially made for us by a ..
  • Elegant Victorian-style Library Telescope in Brass
    This classic Victorian design brass telescope will look fitting in any library, sitting room or conservatory. Solid brass barrel and fittings with an elegant turned Indian rosewood stand and delicately shaped legs. The legs fold inwards and the barrel can be removed for portability. Twist-barrel fo..
  • Explorer Telescope
    An antique-effect solid brass telescope, bound in leather and presented in a wooden box. Its four draws extend to 15" with 6x magnification and good-quality 25mm object lens.Box measures 18 x 6cm”...
  • Leatherette-bound Brass Pocket Telescope
    For quick viewing of distant objects which need more magnification than provided by standard binoculars, this low priced telescope is excellent value as well as having classic style.The four sections extend to 13" with 25 times magnification and 30mm diameter object lens.Tooled in spun brass, lacque..
  • Harbour Master Telescope
    This is a smaller version of the Fleet Review telescope, to put on a desk or table. It has 12x magnification with a 33mm object lens, and the barrel is approximately 18" long fully extended. Tripod adjusts from 15-24"..
  • Leather bound Naval Officer’s Telescope
    This classic four drawer, 12x magnifi cation telescope is typical of those used by 18th century naval offi cers. The Admiralty, having experimented with higher magnifications, had decided that this was about the optimum for use at sea - so concentrated instead on developing practical features such a..
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