Why Victorians felt compelled to invent weird contraptions like cachepots holding mousetraps or fire alarms in the shape of a stuffed goat head is beyond me. Within the outrageousness of such creations a telescope mounted on a walking stick deserves the highest praise… Its polished knob fits comfortable in the palm of one’s hand. Rosewood of the finest selection is used for a slender but eminently sturdy stick. A cleverly engineered mechanism allows the telescope to be pulled up and swiveled. Held up by the stick it can be aimed and pointed like a monocle. Do not forget to remove the cap. Yes it magnifies… threefold.
97.8 x 10 x 5 cm
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