Antique Three Draw Telescope, English, Brass, Terrestrial, Ross, Edwardian, 1910

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Material Brass
Period Early 20th Century
Width (cm) 4.00
Depth (cm) 1.00
Height (cm) 82.00
Product Code ‌18.766

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This is an antique three draw telescope. An English, brass terrestrial refractor by Ross of London, dating to the Edwardian period, circa 1910. Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky. Appealing antique telescope from a renowned maker Displaying a desirable aged patina throughout Silvered brass finish offering bright, reflective tones Clear, bright objective with 40mm diameter Front element protected by sliding sun shade in blackened finish Primary barrel dressed in a deep black leather covering Flared eye-cup with sliding dust cover and superb, concentric ring finish Of three draw form, the whole drawing smoothly - some resistance to sun shade The draw tube engraved with the Ross London mark and serial number 31389 Tube also engraved with the monogram of HJP Corresponding leather case with carry strap adds further field appeal Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display This is a quality antique three draw telescope by Ross of London with a useful leather carry case ideal for field use. Delivered ready to be displayed or enjoyed. Dimensions: Closed Length: 25.5cm (10'') Fully Drawn Length: 82cm (32.25'') Objective Diameter: 4cm (1.5'').

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