If you are looking for a powerful and elegant telescope from the early 1900s, you might want to check out the Century Spotter by J. H. Steward Ltd., London. This antique telescope has a 50mm objective lens that can magnify objects up to 25 times or more. You can easily adjust the focus by turning the eyepiece barrel. The telescope is in good working condition and produces very clear images. This is a rare and valuable item that will enhance your collection of optical instruments. Don’t miss this chance to own the Century Spotter by J. H. Steward Ltd., London.
Some Main Features:
Product model: Century Spotter, J. H. Steward Ltd., London (marked on the focusing barrel)
Objective lens diameter: 50mm
Eyepiece diameter: 8mm
Magnifications: estimated approx. 25x
Close focusing distance: around 3-4m (13-16 ft.)
Main telescope length when closed: 43cm (16.9″)
Telescope length when fully extended: 46cm (18.1″)
Image focusing by turning the eyepiece barrel.
Metal objective lens cover and sunshade.
Telescope main tube diameter: 48mm (1.9″)
Main telescope body has admiralty style thick layer of black paint protection.
Weight: approx. 460g (1.0 lb.)
This telescope is in good working condition for its age with very clear images.
No dents to the main telescope body section and the protection layer is almost complete with normal wear and tear.
Internal lenses are clean and image is sharp.
Please see photos for further details.