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EP sale - withdrawn from sale

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Going through all my EP's which I need to whittle down, so I am selling the following EP's, all of which are in very good condition, if not mint;

Celestron Omni 6mm plossl - £10 + p&p

Celestron Omni 12mm plossl - £10 + p&p

Skywatcher SP 17mm plossl - £10 + p&p

Explore Scientific plossl 10mm 70 degree - £28 + p&p (sold)

TMB Planetary 2 4.5mm - £22 + p&p

Explore Scientfic 2" 25mm 70 degree - £40 +p&p

All owned from new, with end caps and original boxes (except the 2" ES 25mm EP which I can't find the box it came in sorry). Can collect if local, or will post in the UK with signed for 2nd class which adds £3.95 postage for each individual EP.

Thanks for looking,








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