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Anne S

COMPLETED - Astronomik LRGB type 2c 1 1/4 filterset, £80 inc p and p - Completed please remove

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Following a filter size upgrade I have an Astronomik LRGB set of filters, 1 1/4 inch. Probably around 12 years old. Kept in a filterwheel when in use but they have also been stored for a couple of years in their original box when I acquired some Baader ones to match my Baader narrowband filters. No scratches or coating issues. I have tried to show this in the images attached. 

Looking for £80 posted given their age. 

Anne

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I can't edit the title to show they're sold, mods, please can you move it to the sold area. Thanks

 

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3 minutes ago, Anne S said:

Sorry they're sold.

 

Not surprised, lucky buyer! 🙂 

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