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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #111547

For Sale: Quantum 4 telescope

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Quantum 4 telescope (Serial no. GH102287-C) Purchased new in 1978. Original owner. This model has the enhanced silver coatings that improve light transmission by 20%. The scope is in excellent condition, all mechanical parts including the drive work flawlessly. Cosmetically the scope in excellent condition, no scratches on the optical tube assembly or optics. Small paint chip on base (about 1/10 inch in size). Mirror and lens, and finder scope are perfect. Drive base has a 1/4" x 20 standard photo thread for mounting to a tripod. Includes a 6x30mm right angle finder scope, 16mm University Optics Konig eyepiece, electrical cord for the drive, instruction booklet and a sturdy hardwood carrying case. The case does have some scratches on it, but could be refinished with a good sanding and varnish. Would prefer pickup in Jacksonville, Florida area but will consider shipping UPS if buyer wants to split charges and insurance (shipping weight is 38 lbs.) Payment by money order, cashiers check and personal check (will ship after check clears). Asking $1700.
Additional pictures are available - if you send me your email address I will forward to you.
 

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