This is the one that started it all for me nearly 40 years ago. It is an old Edmund 3” F/10 reflector. Circa 1965. It has a white cardboard tube. The plastic focuser is lacking its “hardboard” drawtube. The focuser also holds the single stalk that carries the square diagonal flat. It has a 6x30 finder to match the main tube. It is mounted on an alt-az head of both cast iron and aluminum and a wooden tripod. The original eyepieces and barlow lens have long since disappeared. They are with the drawtube, I suppose. The optics are pretty good but the coatings are old. Comes with original box. Decent condition overall.
Don’t know if it has any value other than the sentimental value it has held for me all these years. If you are interested, make an offer.
Thanks for looking,