The BL King’s Topographical Collection: "The Planispherical Planetarium, or Representation in plans of the most interesting part of the Solar System, giving a view of the Sun and the inferior Planets Mercury and Venus, also of the Earth, shewing the manne

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Title: "The Planispherical Planetarium, or Representation in plans of the most interesting part of the Solar System, giving a view of the Sun and the inferior Planets Mercury and Venus, also of the Earth, shewing the manner in which it performs its circumvolution round the Sun ... Accompanied with a literal description ... [By] F.B. Watson."
British Library shelfmark: Maps K.Top.1.54.
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Printed for the Author,
Date of publication: 16 th Aug. 1797.

Item type: Coloured
Dimensions: 515 x 589 mm

Former owner: George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820

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