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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #251560

For Sale: 60mm f/11.7 Selsi (NOW WITH PIC)

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Hello Hello Astromarters:

I have an old 60mm f/11.7 Selsi refractor for sale on a wooden altazimuth tripod (original I believe). Does not include original finder or eyepieces, but will come with a 90 degree .965" to 1.25" diagonal.

Tube is metal with plastic dewshield and focuser. The focuser, for being plastic, actually works very well. Tube has three main scratches, two of which indent into the scope a little (not affecting performance). Also has about ten 1-3mm places where paint has gone away.

Optics are good-great for a scope of this stature, scanning Cygnus was my favorite thing to do with it (even though it is f/11). Objective has a small area, that almost looks like the Hyades of pinprick abnormalities. I'm not sure where those came from, I am the second owner (I believe) of this scope.

Mount is wooden with fork-like mount. Looks like the Televue Gibraltar Mounts but is definitely not...:-). Works good on both axises.

Great beginner scope for your children or grandchildren. Asking $40 plus actual shipping however you'd like. I will take PayPal (at no extra fee) and MO.

-Adam Back

P.S. I placed a 25mm eyepiece at the foot of the scope to show the proportion, it is not included.


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