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iPeace

TeleVue Nagler EPs *** SOLD ***

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For sale three two TeleVue eyepieces in near mint condition. Bought these new earlier this year, and they have done brilliantly but have been superseded by Ethos. They are too good to keep unused and deserve to be worked hard and have pride of place in an appreciative owner's case.

All with original caps and boxes, no wear whatsoever. And yes, you get the "Powered by TeleVue" sticker with each! :icon_biggrin:

Please note, prices in EUR (euro)!

 

UPDATE: Prices for the Naglers include shipping to UK; signed-for delivery with value insured and track & trace.

 

PayPal without fees please.

I am available for and welcome any queries or comments.

These may also be offered on other astro-classifieds locations (NL).

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Thank you for your interest.

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Hi iPeace

I would love to take the 25mm Plossl off your hands if it is still available.

Paul

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12 minutes ago, Paul73 said:

Hi iPeace

I would love to take the 25mm Plossl off your hands if it is still available.

Paul

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Remaining Naglers sold to @Tonynexevo925, with appreciation.

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Mods, feel free to remove at your leisure, thanks.

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