3 items: A pair of pirimatic binoculars with case, signed, ‘Ross, London, Patent’ and ‘ Prism binocular x8 No 15147. Also ‘N.C. Swan’ (owner?). They have centre wheel and individual eye-piece focussing and are in good working order. The case has some old repairs (c.1900). A pair of prismatic binoculars signed, ‘ Ross, London, No 105872, Stereo prism binocular. Power 7, field 9.5, Stepnada’. No case. c.1940’s. A prismatic monocular with fitted leather case, signed, ‘Ross, London x 10, No 3098’. The case and monocular in very good condition throughout. c.1920.
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I live in Lancashire (U.K.) and have been a dealer and collector of scientific and nautical instruments for a number of years. My stock has included some fine items from museums and colleges, which were surplus to their requirements. I occasionally purchase some interesting items from abroad, having established some reliable sources.