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Home > Auctions > Astromart Auctions > Software & Publications (ASTRO) > Auction #20106

Celestron/Vixen original print large brochure 1993-94
Auction No.: 20106
Started: 10/8/2017 3:52 PM
Ended: 10/15/2017 3:52:42 PM
Ending Bid: $5.84 Leslie DeLong
Bids: 6 Bids [View History]
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HARD TO FIND a brochure of this vintage in this condition. This is right around July of 1993 to June 1994 and is one of the very best years of Celestron's marketing as this is when Vixen and Carton's craftsmanship was all over the equipment and optics!

The brochure is printed on gloss paper and unfolds to expose a 3-page wide poster (so to speak) of every model then available. These are the last years, and to my knowledge, the last brochure that shows the Super Polaris line. You got the fluorite refractors in there, the coveted, brass C90 Astro, and the almost never seen 130mm reflector in black.

Conditions are collectible solid excellent. Very, very minor ink fade on the outermost edge of the paper in small areas. Heavy creasing, wrongful folds, rips, stains, and note taking is nonexistent. I have one of these sealed in plastic for my extreme Celestron library and this is my spare.

A beautiful edition to the vintage Celestron enthusiast's display.

All nations welcome to bid.


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