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Officer of the Watch telescope - inscription
This achromatic telescope is of a style that was commonly used on board ship from the 19th century onwards and is known as an Officer of the Watch telescope. It has a leather-covered barrel and a single silvered-brass draw tube. The other silvered-brass fittings include an extending sunshade and a sliding eyepiece cover.
- Image reference: F4535-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London