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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #211772

For Sale: TeleVue 55mm Plossl ("JAPAN"); 13mm Nagler Type-1; 35mm and 12.5mm Ultima [SOLD]

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TeleVue 2" 55mm Plossl ("JAPAN") NEW IN BOX with eyecup, lower cap, instruction sheet; never, ever used collector's item (and a great eyepiece). $175 + shipping. Largest true field for a 2" eyepiece -- and not even having to press one's eyeball into the glass! The current version retails for $228 on Anacortes.

TeleVue 13mm Nagler Type-1 Excellent in box with eyecup and instruction sheet. Has set screw marks but well-cared for. $209 + shipping. This is the breakthrough eyepiece that made Al Nagler's name in the business. My most used eyepiece in both a rich-field refractor (4" f/5) and a Dob (8" f/6).

Ultima 35mm Like-New-In-Box with caps and winged eyeguard. $75 + shipping. Superb contrast and sharpness. Widest true FOV in a 1.25" eyepiece, significantly wider than 24mm Panoptic. A very special eyepiece that retails for $109 on Anacortes.

Ultima 12.5mm with winged eyeguard, pristine. $59 + shipping. Very highly regarded eyepiece that retails for $79 on Anacortes. Perfect for Mars.

ProOptic 25mm Plossl, excellent. $19 + shipping.

Prefer MO or PayPal (cash no fee; CC 3%).

Everything well-cared for. Thank you,

-- William

p.s. will be away from email until Monday

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