Product images of Polygonal telescope
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The tapering decagonal barrel of this achromatic telescope is made of mahogany and has four copper hoops around it. There is a single brass draw tube. The telescope is said to have been used in the old South Foreland Lighthouse.
- Image reference: F4586
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London