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A miniature Theodolite, 2 inch plain theodolite with orientation telescope, the theodolite and the stand separate and can be housed in two metal travelling cases, one inscribed Dr F.J Clendinnen. The telescopes have vertical stadia and are designed to be s

World War I Telescope, marked 'Tel.Sig (Mk IV) Also G.S., Negretti & Zambra, London', with a brown leather casing and spare eye lens

Antique 'Ross of London' brass telescope with adjustable zoom, on folding tripod base, length 74 cm, height 45 cm approx

A Victorian marine brass telescope, with maker 'F. Barrett, 144 Fleet St, London'. Length 26 cm. (closed) and 86 cm. (extended)

Antique English Victorian Marine telescope marked by W. Ottway & Co Ltd Ealing London 1915, mounted with animal fur, 91 cm open

A rare tripod mounted brass telescope. Maker Burke & Jones bristol No 32. Circa 1910. Length 85 cm

Victorian marine telescope, W.Ottoway & Co. Ltd. Ealing London. Glasgow Serial no. 94526 in leather case with four draws

Telescope: a fine example stamped 'The Pioneer, Negretti & Zambra, London (no.1571)'. 26 cm extends to 96 cm

A Victorian marine telescope, W. Ottway & Co. Ltd. Ealing, London 1915, 4 draws

Antique English leather bound four draw telescope, 95 cm open

A vintage French military telescope marked for E.Vion Paris, 83 cm open

A 3-draw Newbold & Bulford Ltd pocket telescope, early 20th century, with 18 times magnification, the leather cased brass telescope described as 'Suitable for miniature rifle ranges - for sports and holidays'; in the original box marked also Enbeeco Scient

A large lacquered brass reflecting telescope, signed to the eyepiece extension tube 'Kasner & Moss, Melbourne', 19th century, on a iron tripod base brass mounted stand, length of tube 137 cm

A large lacquered and painted brass reflecting telescope, signed on the eyepiece extension tube 'W. Macdonnell & Co, Sydney', 19th century, on a iron tripod base brass mounted stand, length of tube 100 cm

Tripod mounted telescope. Brass construction, single draw, marked Burke & Jones Bristol no.32. C.1910. Estate late Douglas Osborne Hawke. Length 84 cm

Expanding brass telescope with leather binding, 19th century. Extended length 63 cm

Good Georgian brass telescope, by Elliott of London, with stand and original box. C:1820

Telescope by W.J.Macdonnell of Sydney, 19th century with black finish & later tripod. Macdonnell is one of Australia's most noted amateur astronomers of the 19th century. Length 150 cm, width 90mm

Troughton and Simms telescope with original tripod, circa 1850, the terrestrial 3 inch brass telescope with sighting scope, supported on brass tripod with supporting bracket, 134 cm long

Pocket telescope 'The Spotter'. Pocket telescope 'The Spotter'

A small three draw wood cased brass telescope by Dollond, London. In original leather case.

A 19th century Hemsley telescope with brass and mahogany body, signed, age related wear. Length 50 cm

Two antique brass leather covered telescopes a Falcon 22 x embeeco, telescope London and a leather bound telescope

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