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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #196190

For Sale: C11, Byers 812 mount, accessories from Lucian Kemble's observatory

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On behalf of the Franciscan friars at the Saint Michael's Retreat House, Lumsden, Saskatchewn, the following items from the late Lucian Kemble's (of Kemble's Cascade and Kemble 2 fame) Roger Bacon Observatory:

1) C11 OTA, vintage early 1980's classic orange tube with custom built 80 mm, f3.5 finderscope (with B&L 26 mm Plossl eyepiece).
2) Byers 812 telescope mount (and tripod).
3) Accutrack 4000 series quartz crystal dual axis telescope drive control.
4) 1.25" OD eyepieces: Meade 28 mm, 16.8 mm, 10.5 mm (with occulting bar) parfocalized Orthoscopics; Ultra Wide Angle 6.7 mm.
5) 2.00" OD eyepieces: Celestron 32 mm Erfle; 50 mm Plossl.
6) 1.25" Reticle eyepieces: Celestron Microguide 12.5 mm; Meade 12 mm
illuminated reticle.
7) 2.00" mirror diagonal with 1.25" adapter.
8) Off-axis guiders: 2.00" Lumicon with accessories; Celestron standard.
9) 1.25" OD eyepiece filters: orange, green, blue; polarizing pair; Baader Planetarium diffraction grating.
10) other miscellaneous extension tubes, adapters, etc.

Package price: $5000 USD, or best offer; purchaser responsible for pick up and delivery of all items.

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