Are you looking for a vintage telescope with a high magnification level? If so, you might be interested in the Rifleman 2-draw telescope by J. H. Steward Ltd., a renowned optical instrument maker based in London. This antique telescope dates back to the early 1900s and features a leather bound main barrel and two brass drawers. It is in good working order and can magnify objects up to 30 times. This is a rare and collectible item that will appeal to any history buff or astronomy enthusiast. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of optical history with the Rifleman 2-draw telescope by J. H. Steward Ltd.
Engraved on first barrel:
J. H. STEWARD LTD.
Magnification: Not marked on the scope, but this is estimated approx. at 25x – 30x level
Telescope length when closed: 275mm (10.8 in.)
Telescope length when extended: 610mm (24 in.)
Objective lens diameter: 32mm (1.3 in.)
Main telescope barrel diameter: 42mm (1.65 in.)
Brass telescope tubes.
Leather bound on main telescope barrel.
Weight: approx. 585g (1.3 lb.)
This telescope is in good working condition for its age, with very clear images.
The leather bound covering of this vintage telescope shows some signs of age, but it is still intact and adds to the charm of this antique item. The brass barrels are in good condition and slide smoothly. The lenses are clean and undamaged, and they deliver clear and crisp images. You can see the quality and craftsmanship of this telescope in the photos. This is a great chance to own a functional and beautiful optical instrument from the early 1900s.