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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #277869

Sale/Trade: Celestron 9.25 GPS (LNIB) - SOLD!

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This scope is like new and has only been used 2-3 times. The optics have never been touched and there is not a mark on it. The OTA is carbon fiber. The optics have the Starbright XLT coatings and I bought the scope new last summer. I'm selling to help fund my son's college tuition. (He'd better appreciate it!!!)

Comes with all original accessories with the exception of the 1 1/4" visual back and the diagonal. I replaced the visual back with a 2"inch version which will be included with the scope. I'm keeping my Tele Vue 2" diagonal (sorry).

The trade part of this deal is that I am willing to accept an EQ mount as a substantial downpayment (Great Polaris class) with a tripod (preferrably with wooden legs). The mount does not have to be perfect cosmetically, but must work without any glitches.

I'd prefer to do a delivery / pickup arrangement with this scope, but I could ship. I have the original boxes and packaging so it would probably be safe to ship it. I have no clue what the cost would be, probably in the neighborhood of $100. Shipping would be at the buyer's expense and risk although I would do my absolute best to package the scope well.

Thanks for looking,
Ed Kessler

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