Blader # Kavels in Celestials > Celestials
Itroductio. [with sphere.]
Introduction leaf from a French text edition of Atlas Ma1or
Date: Amsterdam, 1662
(Northern celestial planisphere with a pasted volvelle.)
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...
Date: Vienna, ca. 1569
Coeli Stellati Christiani Haemisphaerium Prius.
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 ...
Date: Amsterdam, 1660
Carte Astronomique de L'Univers.
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 ...
Date: Paris, 1875
La Lune à un Mètre [Mini poster for Paris Exposition Universelle)
Original lithograph poster for "Paris Exposition Universelle" held between April and November, 1900, which received 50 million visitors. In 1899, director Geor...
Date: Paris, c.1900
AIR France - Réseau Aérien Mondial.
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...
Date: Imprimerie Perceval, Paris, ca. 1950