T. Cooke & Sons Single Draw Brass Telescope. Victorian era.



For sale T. Cooke & Sons single-draw brass spotter telescope. The telescope has 32mm objective lens with estimated around 15x magnification. This telescope was probably produced in the Victorian era. Good working condition and clear images.

Engraved on the focusing barrel:
No. 44663
(Broad arrow)

Objective lens diameter: 32mm

Single-draw (2 sections) brass tubes.

Telescope length when fully extended (excluding sunshade): 595mm (23.4 in.)

Telescope length when compacted: 450mm (17.7 in.)

Magnification: estimated around 15x or slightly higher

Main barrel diameter: 38mm

Retraceable dew-shade.

Leather bound on the principal barrel.

Weight: approx. 800g (1.7 lb.)



This telescope is in good working order. The main telescope barrel is well protected by leather covering which is complete with normal wear and tear. The focusing barrel slides smoothly although there are signs of minor dents on the surface.

There is a small chip area near the edge of the front lens (as shown in the last photo), but this is not visible when looking through the scope in normal way and it does not seem to affect the light transmission and performance of the scope. No damage to other lenses and all internal lenses have been cleaned. The telescope gives clear images.

The small sliding eyepiece cover is missing.

Please see photos for further details.

A brief history of T. Cooke & Sons

Here is a link about the antique telescopes produced by T. Cooke & Sons, York, England.

Additional information

Weight1.2 kg


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