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DavidJM

COMPLETED - Televue 25mm plossl

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Looking for my first televue eyepiece

25mm 1.25" barrel plossl, happy with used as long as great quality, bank transfer preferred payment

Sorry, can't stretch to other Televue models

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Still looking for a 25mm Televue plossl to now complete my set?

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Anyone looking to move a 25mm to a new home I'm still interested

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