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Home > Auctions > Astromart Auctions > Antiques & Collectibles > Auction #7065

GOTO-HY-SCORE MODEL NO.451
Auction No.: 7065
Started: 7/13/2012 9:07 PM
Ended: 7/20/2012 9:07:42 PM
Ending Bid: $197.50 robert tantillo Reserve not met
Bids: 8 Bids [View History]
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VINTAGE GOTO-HY-SCORE MODEL NO.451

2.4" ALTAZIMUTH TELESCOPE F 900mm


This Classic is in excellent all original condition. The air-spaced objective is clean and blemish free. All three original spacers remain intact. Images through this GOTO are textbook.

The ALTAZIMUTH mount is in beautiful condition - all movements are smooth and precise. Only a couple of paint chips here and there.

51-1/2" gorgeous hardwood legs (non-retractable).

The well baffled OTA has NO dents, No stuck screws and the tube threads are just fine. The focuser was just disassembled and relubed by me. There are some scratches and scuffs on the OTA, some of which have been touched up at an earlier time.

You'll be getting the telescope including the original lens cap, mount and tripod. No diagonal or finderscope and, I never had the wood box. The non-GOTO diagonal and eyepiece pictured are for photo purposes only.

Shipping probably in the area of $50 and I'll cover packing materials. Your classic GOTO will arrive intact - I spare no expense packing these classics.

Thanks,

Albert DeCandia

 

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