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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #362061

For Sale: Edmund 4.25 inch reflector ***SOLD*** [SOLD]

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***SOLD*** ***SOLD***
Super clean Edmund 4.25 inch reflector, on original EQ mount.
110 volt A/C motor drive.
Original camera adapter included.
Superbly clean optics, in excellent condition.
"Long-tube" 1667mm f/10 for large image scale, with very flat field and great planetary detail. This is NOT a modern, short focal length, wide-field scope. This is something from a different era. Probably over 25 years old.
Includes original 5X finder, which is quite useless, and the original rack and pinion focuser, which is usable, but quite primitive by modern standards.
The real value of this scope is as a collectable, but it will certainly offer excellent performance if you wish to view with it regularly. The tube construction is far above modern standards, with an inner AND outer tube... and the mirror housing is a work of art for it's time.
This scope is in amazing condition. It's been sitting in the office for almost 15 years.
Clean-clean-clean. You will not find a better example at any price.
Use it!!!...for viewing, or for a conversation piece.
I think $150+shipping is a very reasonable price.
48 state domestic sale only.
And please...only serious buyers. No disappearing acts please.

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