I don't think the seller knows that "knick knick stand" is a collapsible dob. I missed it myself. She told me there were five telescopes. She has updated some of the pictures, and I count the three old orange Celestrons (C8, C11, C14), a Celestron Nexstar 6SE, and the little Celestron refractor. That makes five, not counting the Dob.
" The one standing up looks like a 14. The one in the box has the finder for the C11/C14. Looks like the C8 mount has been repurposed, with spacers to widen the fork. There's a nice set of University othos, And the knick-knack stand with all the junk piled on it is a collapsible dob. The prior owner seems to have been into mixing and matching scope components, so unless someone buys the lot, it's likely each scope will be missing pieces and come with unrelated pieces."
I'm actually considering making an offer for the whole lot, then sorting through it to identify what to keep and what to sell. I don't need or want more than 1-2 more telescopes, but it would be way too much hassle to sort through everything in the seller's storage. It would take a fair time just to sort, inventory and clean everything, then determine condition and any need for repair.
Given the models already identified, the mounts and the eyepieces and accessories, I would consider offering $4-5000 Canadian for the whole lot as-is, expecting to recoup a fair amount by selling what I don't keep. Is that realistic and fair? No bets on whether or not the seller's expectations will agree though.