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Atlas coelestis in quo mundus spectabilis et in eodem stellarum omnium phoenomena notabilia: circa ipsarum lumen, figuram, faciem, motum, eclipses, occultationes transitus, magnitudines distantias

aliaque secundum Nic. Copernici et ex parte Tychonis de Brahe hipothesin. Nostre institu, specialiter, respectu vero ad apparentias planetarum indagatu possibiles e planetis primariis, et e luna habito, generaliter e celeberrimorum astronomorum observationibus graphice descripta exhibentur a Ioh. Gabriele Doppelmaiero, academiarum impp. Leopoldino Carolinae et Petropolitane, societatumque Regg. Scientiarum Britannicae et Borussicae, sodali, nec non professore Publ. Mathematum. Norimb.
  • Norimbergae : Sumptibus heredum Homannianorum, A. 1742.
  • [2] leaves (first blank), 30 leaves of plates, [1] (blank) leaf : 30 double plates, illustrations maps ; 57 x 64 cm.
  • Eisenhower - Contact Special Collections for Use
    QB41.C758 1742 FLAT FOLIO c. 1
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    • Early 19th century half sheep over boards. Oblong folio. Landscape format, modern hand coloring. No added t.p. present. Note on Heritage Book Shop stationery was removed from vol., available in Ms431 in Spec. Coll.
Also known as
  • Atlas coelestis.
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Other information
  • First edition.
  • Engraved throughout; added illustrated t.-p.; col. title vignette with motto "Nunquam cessat".
  • Plates hand-colored.
  • T.p. on double leaf, facing table of contents ("Index tabularum quae in hoc atlante continentur.")
  • Each plate has a distinctive title and explanations, sometimes with tables.
  • Ownership history: Eisenhower copy : Rare Books of Scientific Discovery: "The Library of Dr. Elliott and Eileen Hinkes."
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 06565817
  • OCLC: 6565817