NGC 467 is one of many elliptical galaxies in Pisces that is in range of 8 and 10-inch telescopes from good sites. Resembling a distant and unresolved globular cluster or faint comet, this is a very distant galaxy that in photographs is attended by a very faint edge on spiral galaxy, which was too faint to see through my telescope that night. It's small apparent size results in a high surface brightness and therefore it's quite visible even though it's a 12th magnitude object.
The last object I sketched was NGC-1201, another Fornax galaxy that's much smaller in apparent size but much more concentrated and compact than NGC-1097. That makes it look brighter than NGC-1097 even though it's more than a magnitude dimmer, making this galaxy a good one for small telescope from more southerly regions of the world. The core is very bright and large, while the disk of the galaxy is also bright and oval in shape. A nice example of a bright galaxy that stands up well to high magnifications and doubtlessly would show a lot of detail in bigger telescopes at even higher magnification.