Both scopes are now spoken for. THANKS! I've come into possession of a couple of fine old Denver Redfields in excellent condition -- they both seem be perfect in mechanical and optical function and both are in very nice cosmetic condition with the traditional gloss finish. If you take them out in the sunlight you might be able to see some very faint ring marks, but that's it. These scopes are a great match for a contemporaneous Sako (or Browning or Weatherby, etc.) from the 1960's or 1970's. The top one in the photos is a 4-12X with AO. Like scopes should, its AO can be locked in place (don't know why current scopes don't offer this feature). I think the objective lens is 38mm because the bell is just a little slimmer than most of this power, so it can be mounted nice and low in medium Sako or Leupold ringmounts. Fine plain crosshair. I have it listed on another site for $200 + $12 shipping, but will ship free to SCC members. The scope shown on bottom is a Redfield 2-7X Widefield (TV-screen shaped ocular) which expands its horizontal field of view. It also has the Accurange reticle/ranging system. If you've been around for a while you'll know what this is. Its tube is longer than most recent scopes of its power so it will mount more easily on a long-action rifle. Another great companion for a rifle from the mid-20th Century. Asking $175 + $12 shipping, but again, shipped free if bought from this site. Will deal on an offer for both. And, as with anything I might sell, just send it back for your money if you find something unsatisfactory. Start a PC with me to buy.