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Astrographic plate, ‘Positive Lunar Apennines August 13, 1891 Enlarged to 20 inches=diam’, glass/emulsion, 1891.

Made in Observatory Hill, New South Wales, 1891.

Astrographic plate, ‘Positive Lunar Apennines August 13, 1891 Enlarged to 20 inches=diam’, glass/emulsion, 1891.
Scratched into emulsion, ‘August 13th’.

Summary

P3548-372
Astrographic plate, 'Positive Lunar Apennines August 13, 1891 Enlarged to 20 inches=diam', glass/emulsion, 1891.
Scratched into emulsion, 'August 13th'.

Dimensions

165 mm
215 mm

Production

1891

Cite this Object

Astrographic plate, 'Positive Lunar Apennines August 13, 1891 Enlarged to 20 inches=diam', glass/emulsion, 1891. 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 November 2017, <https://ma.as/328852>
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