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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #152021

For Sale: Tele Vue Solid Brass Renaissance w/wo Vixen GP mount [SOLD]

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I am not willing to ship this with the mount- so unless you live in the Northwest, or you are interested in just the OTA, stop reading now.
This is a very early Renaissance (serial 1104), so it is not an SDF one. It gives great images still, color free except for the very brightest objects (Vega, Venus show some purple) but the images of Saturn and Jupiter are great, as well as star clusters etc. The optics are in perfect condition. Comes with the TV 2" diaganol, a Celestron Mulitcoated 36 mm Plossl, and a metal end cap. It is on a very nice Vixen mount, this is the mount that others have copied (but not very well). This one is smooth. Comes with 2 weights, plus a polar allignment scope. What you see in the picture is what you get, I don't have a case or a manual or clock drive, etc. Its a very pretty scope, and if you read the reviews, even the old ones give great wide field views.

I will sell the complete package for $1500. I am also willing to sell it without the Vixen, for $1000, (and I will ship the OTA)

I am willing to meet you 1/2 way if you live in the states of Washington or Oregon. I live just east of Seattle.

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