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A brass cased astronomical telescope on stand, circa 1830 together with a fitted box containing extra lenses, the telescope approximately 114 cm in length

A Lawrence & Mayo, London 'S3 no 120' brass leather clad telescope 62 cm

Antique brass telescope and adjustable tripod stand, approx 97 cm high (tripod) x 49 cm long (telescope)

Quality vintage four pull telescope bound in leather case made by Broadhurst Clarkson & Company London

An early 20th century 'Comet' brass two draw telescope, by Newbold & Bulford Ltd, London, leather stitched outer cover. Extending to 63 cm

An Edwardian leather mounted brass telescope by J.H.Steward Ltd London

Two World War I trench art vases with a brass telescope (3)

A brass and leather telescope, inscribed Richards and other wording, 51 cm long, in card cylinder

A grey painted steel telescope from St Kilda Pier, with coin operation section, approximately 100 cm long, 33 cm high

A large two-drawer Dolland ships telescope in mahogany case with brass name plate, Charles Bayley, 10 cm high, 100 cm wide and 16 cm deep. Provenance: Charles Bayley, Hobart, Tasmania

Four various scientific Instruments, including early drum recorder; Designoscope;child's brass three draw telescope; and Fortephone hearing aid. Height 37 cm. (Recorder)

T Cooke & Sons large telescope with stand leather cased on timber tripod, marked to lens model number 1256. Telescope 103 cm, stand 161 cm

A good Victorian telescope in cedar case (22.5 cm x 90.5 cm), with tripod stand, engraved 'Thomas Dawson Sydney'

Optical Equipment: Sighting telescope No.24B Mk VI with by Taylor Hobson 1911. Includes original brown leather case with fastening straps, good condition; Australian made World War II sighting telescope in metal case. Fair condition. (2 items)

A vintage brass ship's telescope with leather bound grip. Length 46 cm

A German Karl Heinz brass Maritime double barrel Spyglass telescope on tripod stand together with spirit weight, marked with serial no 60178592

Rare 19th century mahogany cased brass telescope, with lenses marked Broadhurst Clarkson & Co. London. 108 x 9 cm diameter

A fine old Victorian nautical telescope with nickel plated brass finish and wrapped leather protection. Contained in its original mahogany case with brass slide locks, screws, escutcheon and engraving panel. Extra fine weather high power lense. By J. H. St

A small Victorian three section gilt brass and boxwood Spyglass telescope. Length 16.5 cm

A Victorian gilt brass 25 power four section telescope Spyglass with wrapped leather handle. Length 75 cm

A World War I telescope in wood and brass, leather carry case. Length 32 cm

A 19th century telescope spyglass signed G.S.W. Procter, London, gilt brass and wood. Length 90 cm

Antique Boer war carved pipe with NZ carved to front and an antique three drawer telescope (2)

Collapsible brass and wood three draw telescope with solid brass lens cap. Length (fully extended) 81 cm

Collapsible brass desk telescope on stand with solid brass lens cap attached with chain. Height 51 cm

Telescope, German, 19th century brass mounted on a wooden tripod. Height 160 cm

Early Dolland, London telescope. Later leather case. Missing glare shade

A large brass and leather mounted telescope, French/English 19th century, with folding military stand. 135 cm high, 148 cm long closed

Brass Maritime telescope, c.1900, with makers stamp Newbold & Bulford Ltd London. Length 27 cm

French brass Maritime telescope, late 19th century, with makers mark 'Charlet Aine Opticien Au Havre', with later fitted leather case. Length 51 cm

A German brass cased telescope on stand, manufacturer's mark A. Meissner, Berlin, with a subsidiary lens raised on a wooden tripod base, 44 cm long.

A leather-clad 'Officer of the Watch'-Type Telescope, John Morton & Company, Glasgow, Late19th/Early 20th Century, Single-Draw, Nickel Plated, with a Sliding Sun-Shade. Length 62 cm. (Extended, Not Including Sun-Shade)