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Moon Phases, Astronomy- Copper Engraving

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Get lost in the stars with this vintage copper plate of the moon from 'The New Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences' published in London, 1778. It's not just any old map – this is an 18th-century treasure, offering a window into how the sages of the past saw the lunar surface. Each crater and sea is etched with precision, turning science into art. The diagrams surrounding the main image illustrate the phases of the moon and its orbit, serving as a mini-astronomy lesson from history. This plate is a must-have for history buffs, star gazers, and anyone who loves to blend the beauty of the old with the wonder of the cosmos. It's an authentic piece of the Age of Reason that'll give any room some serious historical cool.

Condition: Age-appropriate wear. Paper toning in accordance with the print's age. Marks/stains as per photo. Wear around the edges and minor paper loss might be present in some prints. Please refer to each print's photo to get a better understanding of the condition. 

Year: c.1778 - 246 years old

Size: 9.25" x 14.0" (23cm x 36cm)


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