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Knighty2112

TeleVue 20mm plossl EP Sold

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Due to further scaling down of my EP collection, I am now selling also my Televue 20mm plossl EP. In excellent condition with both end caps and original box. Looking for £60 (+£3.95 second class signed for postage), or can collect from Hull if nearby.

Thanks for looking,

Gus

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EP now SOLD. Thanks Dave! :) 

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