Probably by the Vienna astronomer Melchior Klayber who used the Copernican precession theory, which is closely connected with the chart (Ptolemy - 6° 40' and Ptolemy - 5...
Publisher: KLAYBER, Melchior ?
Place / Date: Vienna, ca. 1569
Scarce first issue. This spectacular celestial chart presents the constellations according to Christian symbolism. The view of the constellations is based on the work of ...
Publisher: CELLARIUS, A.
Place / Date: Amsterdam, 1660
Introduction leaf from a French text edition of Atlas Ma1or
Publisher: BLAEU, J.
Place / Date: Amsterdam, 1662
Each print with an extensive key. Prepared by Sigismond Visconti. Engraved by A.Gianni. The following titles are included: Système Solaire (No.1), Orbite de la Révoluti...
Place / Date: Paris, 1820
A large and decorative, informative chart illustrating and describing the Solar System, backed by the stars, printed in blue and black, surrounded by further 17 vignette ...
Publisher: LAPORTE, E.
Place / Date: Paris, 1875
Original lithograph poster for "Paris Exposition Universelle" held between April and November, 1900, which received 50 million visitors. In 1899, director Geor...
Publisher: TRUCHET, A.
Place / Date: Paris, c.1900
Original pictorial lithograph advertising planisphere poster from AIR France. The poster has a black back ground. In the lower right below the border '016/P/AF Printed in...
Publisher: BOUCHER, L.
Place / Date: Imprimerie Perceval, Paris, ca. 1950