Uranographic planisphere for planets Mercury to Ur

Made:
1781-1846 in Paris

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Uranographic planisphere for planets Mercury to Uranus ("Herschel"), invented by Quetin, engraved by Hocquart the Younger and sold by Audin, 25 Quai des Augustins, Paris, missing all planetary buttons save Mercury

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Category:
Astronomy
Object Number:
1988-132
type:
planispheres
credit:
Tesseract
status:
Permanent collection

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