A six-inch Fecker refractor and an unknown 5-inch refractor are being lovingly restored at the department of Sterling Hill Mining Museum.
The scopes were at the Montclair School of Conservation which unfortunately closed after 70 years of operation. They were left in a field after having been designated as trash and the observatory in which they were housed was demolished. They were recovered after having been left in a field for some time.
The pier for the un-named scope was missing and the tailpiece of the Fecker was missing. Other than that they seemed to be in similar conditions, as described in this 2000 web-page.
Restoration of the Fecker has been moving along well. Mostly cleaning and reconditioning parts. A feather touch focuser and tailpiece assembly should be here next week and first light soon after.
I will send additional images of the un-named scope and progress of both.
If anyone has any more information on the scopes please let me know.