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Piero

COMPLETED - A few 1.25" pieces - ALL SOLD

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I am selling the following items:

  • Revelation Dielectric 99% Quartz 1.25" diagonal. The 1.25" nosepiece is threaded for filters. IMPORTANT: The screw hole on the 1.25" eyepiece holder requires tapping and re-threading, therefore the discounted price: £25 SOLD
  • Gerd Neumann Jr. Ronchi Okular 10L/mm. This is useful for checking whether the optics have turned edge: £20 SOLD
  • Set of 1.25" Orion coloured filters (made in Japan): #38A (blue), #58 (green), #23A (red): £30 SOLD

Price includes 1st class Royal Mail signed-for. Payment via bank transfer or PayPal as friends.

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Hi Piero. I would like to take the colour filters please. Send me your Pay account details and I will make payment.

All the best John

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Sale pending: Ronchi eyepiece and colour filters.

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15 hours ago, laudropb said:

Hi Piero. I would like to take the colour filters please. Send me your Pay account details and I will make payment.

All the best John

Hi John, 

I sent you my details. 

All the best

Piero

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