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P3549-14 Lithograph, framed, "Sydney Astrographic Zone", paper/glass/metal, Department of Lands, Sydney, NSW, 1895. Click to enlarge.

Lithograph, framed, “Sydney Astrographic Zone”, paper/glass/metal, Department of Lands, Sydney, NSW, 1895

Made by Department of Lands in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1895.

Chart of southern circumpolar stars, framed.

Summary

Object No.

P3549-14

Object Statement

Lithograph, framed, "Sydney Astrographic Zone", paper/glass/metal, Department of Lands, Sydney, NSW, 1895

Physical Description

Chart of southern circumpolar stars, framed.

Marks

Printer's name given beneath image, centre, "Printed at the Department of Lands, Sydney, N.S.W. Jan.y 1895/ No. of Lithograph D.95-230".

Dimensions

Height

320 mm

Width

325 mm

Production

Notes

Information taken from marks on the object.

Date taken from marks on the object.

History

Notes

Information taken from the blue file.
Information taken from the blue file.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Lithograph, framed, "Sydney Astrographic Zone", paper/glass/metal, Department of Lands, Sydney, NSW, 1895 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 July 2019, <https://ma.as/329335>

Wikipedia

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