A.S. Brush & Co., Melbourne refractor telescope. Originally owned by E.J. Hartung, a well known Melbourne scientist. He was born in 1893 and studied chemistry at Melbourne University. His scientific interests included astronomy, he wrote a detailed handboo
Broadhurst Clarkson & Co three draw telescope reconditioned for John Barker & Co Ltd, with high & low eyepieces. All in a leather bound casing. Condition good, minor wear consistant with age. Length extended 59 cm
A Georgian travelling telescope, early 19th century, with engraved maker's mark of a G Adams, London, a small bone and brass two draw barrel telescope, housed in the original leather and paper travelling box, lenses complete. Length 8.5 cm
P.Orr & Sons Madras brass telescope having a single draw tube, with a pull off glass cover & a sliding eyepiece protector. Inscribed 'P. Orr & Sons Madras No. 431'. Condition good to fair, some dents to the body, lens in good order. Length unextended 65 cm
A vintage brass Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co telescope. First half 20th century, and retailed through N. H. Seward Melbourne, the large telescope with two sighting lenses and housed in the original timber box, and an associated timber tripod stand; inscribed
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
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