G&S Merz 54mm School Telescope +/- 1900
54mm refractor made by G. & S. Merz around 1900.
Merz d. 12 January 1867, left business to sons Sigmund & Ludwig. S.
Merz becomes director, used engraved names ''G. & S. Merz
vormalsUtzschneider und Fraunhofer’ and ‘G. & S. Merz’. 1871, 63
employees at Merz.
the smaller version, more rare, than the usual 60mm school telescope.
The Merz refractor is mounted on a Tremel table top equatorial mount.
A school telescope is historical telescope with a table top mount. Originally used in German schools.
It's a very nice telescope with very nice, sharp views.
Included in the sale
Merz 54mm f/600mm refractor
Equatorial metal mount and table pier.
1 original terrestrial eyepieces
Metal lens hood
The telescope lens is in perfect condition
The focuser is smooth and precise
The telescope and mount have usual signs of age
We have been selling vintage astronomical instruments for over more than 10 years.
I'm a amateur astronomer myself and all instruments I sell are in good working condition.
I test all the telescopes under the stars and know the possibilities of each instrument
All the instruments are controlled and cleaned before shipping.
The necessary reparations are done.
If possible missing parts are replaced.
If not, read the item description carefully for possible defects.
Take a close look at the photos.
The advantage is you know exactly what you're buying.
We put a lot of effort in the wrapping of the items.
We use professional shippers for the world wide shipping.
We have experience in shipping large instruments up to the unique and complete 6" Unitron - Polarex
Each shipping has a tracking number.
If wanted the shipping can be ensured door2door
Returns are possible.
The buyer needs to know how to use the instrument in the right way.
There is a limited warranty because we don't sell new instruments but used vintage instruments.
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