Antique Victorian era 4-Draw Brass Terrestrial and Naval Telescope.



This is a Four-Draw (five sections) brass spotter telescope. The telescope has 35mm objective lens with high magnification power (approx. 30x to 35x) and it is in good working condition. This telescope was probably produced in late 1800s or early 1900s.

Objective lens diameter: 35mm

4-draw (5 sections) brass tubes.

Telescope length when fully extended: 610mm (24 in.)

Telescope length when compacted: 185mm (7.3 in.)

Magnification: estimated around 30x to 35x

Main body diameter at front: 44mm

Weight: approx. 480g

Leather-bound main barrel.

This telescope is in very good working condition.

No damage to the scope body and brass tubes and the telescope draws glide smoothly.

No chips or damage to scope lenses and no fungus on the internal lenses. All internal lenses have been cleaned. The telescope gives sharp images.

Wear and tear to the scope surface appropriate with age and use. The dew-shade and sliding eyepiece cover appears to be missing although this does not seem to affect the use of the telescope.

Maker name is not marked on scope draws, but based on its design style and appearance, this telescope was probably produced in England during Victorian era (i.e., late 1800s or early 1900s).

Please see photos for further details.

Additional information

Weight1 kg


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