According to Celestron's web-site, it's a 5" f=1000mm Newtonian, and looks to be on an EQ-1 or 2 mount:I have an Celestron Powerseeker for sale if any of your members are interested.
Celestron Powerseeker 127 EQ, 127mm Reflector, aluminium tri-pod, the telescope is in new condition, if any of your members would like to inspect it and make an offer on it, any thing will be considered, it can be inspected at any time at their convenience, I live in the Kearsley area near the roundabout.
Donald Thomas <email@example.com>
http://www.celestron.com/astronomy/tele ... 127eq.html
I've just noticed that the optical tube is much shorter than the 1000mm focal length, so this model must be one of those compound types (i.e. not a "pure" Newtonian) where there are lenses fitted inside the draw-tube.