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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #244568

For Sale: TV 101 on Super Polaris mount (SOLD - Thanks Brian)

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I'm reducing my telescope battery to finance the purchase of a larger refractor and am selling the following, preferably as a unit:

Televue 101 - Serial #16XX
Clamshell ring
2" to 1 1/4" TV adapter (compression ring type)
2" TV Everbite diagonal
TV hard case for the 101
2.5" Extension tube
Kendrick 4" dew strap (contoller not included)
Orion 4" glass solar filter
4" Parallax rings

The Celestron Super Polaris mount with wooden tripod is in very good condition. It has both RA and Dec motor drives and hand contoller. There are two counterweights. A photocopy of the manual for the mount will be included.

This TV 101 is in excellent condition. There are some small, barely noticeable "scuffs" in one small area on the tube. On the mount, the light on the polar illuminator does not work. A flashlight from the side is a satisfactory substitute. Also, the small stop on the end of the counterweight shaft is missing. The Telrad base and the wooden bridging plate shown on the image are not included.

I'm selling the entire package for $2495 plus shipping in CONUS. Money order preferred. Thanks for looking.

Paul A. Nelson
 

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