Format Maps
Contributors Reĭssig, K.
Dates 1829
Location Universe
Language Russian
Subjects Astronomy
Charts, Diagrams, Etc
Sozvi︠e︡zdīi︠a︡ predstavlennyi︠a︡ na XXX tabilt︠s︡akh s opisanīem onykh i rukovodstvom k udobnomu ikh otyskanī i︠u︡ na nebi︠e︡ sostavlennym dli︠a︡ uchebnykhi︠e︡ zavedenīĭ i li︠u︡biteleĭ astrognozīi /
Contributor Names
Reĭssig, K. (Kornelius)
Created / Published
Sanktpetersburg : V Tipografīi Kh. Gint︠s︡a, 1829.
Subject Headings
-  Stars--Atlases
-  Astronomy--Charts, diagrams, etc
-  Constellations--Charts, diagrams, etc
-  Universe
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Includes an engraved title page for the plates, two engraved section titles, one showing stellar magnitude, and thirty celestial charts. Twenty-eight of the charts show the constellations in detail, both as stars and as images of animals, etc., printed in gold on black, with small holes punched out for the high magnitude stars. Transparent paper is affixed to the verso of these sheets so that light can shine through. The twenty-ninth chart, also printed in gold on black, shows all of the constellations seen in the previous plates, without any punching. The thirtieth plate, printed in black directly on the paper, is a star chart without images.
-  LC copy bound in tooled and gilded red-orange leather. Some foxing on letter press text pages.
-  Madison Council purchase ; Feb. 2012.
1 atlas ([4] p., 21 p., 33 leaves of plates) : col. maps ; 34 x 48 cm.
Call Number
G1000.2 .R4 1829
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3190m gct00283
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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