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Steel engraving (probably by John Emslie) for Milner's A Descriptive Atlas of Astronomy and of Physical and Political Geography, Ward & Lock edition, no later than 1860.  Main image diameter 213 mm., sheet 300 x 230 mm.  Original hand-colouring.

Steel engraving (probably by John Emslie) for Milner's A Descriptive Atlas of Astronomy and of Physical and Political Geography, Ward & Lock edition, no later than Main image diameter 213 mm., sheet 300 x 230 mm.

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inspiration // vintage constellation maps

Old-Timey Constellation Map for Summertime Stargazing - the stars don't change, why not use an old-timey map?

Plate 1 Northern Hemisphere, Alexander Jamieson’s Celestial Atlas, February 1822

Alexander Jamieson: 'A Celestial Atlas Comprising a Systematic Display of the Heavens in a Series of Thirty Maps' [Stereographic Projection of the Northern Celestial Hemisphere on the Plane of the Equinoctial]

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Asa Smith - Celestial Illustrations from Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy,

Jupiter, 1280 times larger than the Earth. Smith’s Illustrated astronomy.

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