Antique Celestial Charts & Maps

Introducing Antique Celestial Charts & Maps featuring 40 High Resolution, Poster-sized antique resources.

Antique Celestial Charts & Maps

Antique Celestial Charts & Maps includes 40 High Resolution, Poster Sized sky charts curated from a variety or sources dating back to as early as the 1700’s. These beautiful artist’s renderings display the stars, planets and constellations as interpreted by scholars 300 years ago. Also displayed are fascinating depictions of the milky way, solar system, and celestial phenomenon such as lunar cycles, seasonal changes, eclipses etc.

Included in this set:

• Authentic Antique Resources
• 40 High Resolution 300 ppi images
• Enormous Poster-Sized Images – most are around 13600 x x 12000 px, 45 x 40 in
• Versatile .JPG images making them compatible with nearly all editing programs

Zipped File Size: 3.18 GB

File Types Included: .JPG

Software compatibility: .JPG files will work with most graphic software.

This product was originally featured in The Expansive Textures And Patterns Collection

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4 lovely comments from our community

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    Edward Perkins

    You are incorrect, these are not the same ones. I have compared some and although they are examples of the same works, they are not the same actual maps. The BLR collection can limit the use of their copies but it is not as if they own the copyright on all examples. I do appreciate the resource, though.
    Now for my intended comment: These are fascinating and just beautiful, so much detail and drama in the way the subjects are presented. I have sat looking at them several times, just scrolling around appreciating all of the work that went into them.
    My one criticism, which also makes several of these easy to discern from the ones in the BLR collection, is that they could have done a little better job of flattening them for the capture; several have some curved distortion at the tops and bottoms on either side of the fold, but definitely not a deal breaker.

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    • Zack Parks

      Hey Edward,

      Thanks for getting in touch and for sharing your honest thoughts on these Antique Celestial Charts & Maps. We appreciate all feedback as it allows us to improve the DC experience, and will pass this feedback onto the designer. We hope you get great use out of your new resources :).

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  2. Annika

    As far as I understand, these maps are part of The Barry Lawrence Ruderman Map Collection. It is stated that they cannot be re-distributed and used for commercial purposes. (information found here: https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/jw357py5564). Which also means that if I buy this item, I myself also am not permitted to use them for commercial purposes. Please let me know if that’s right.

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    • Annabel Smith

      Thank you so much for reaching out to us about this Annika!

      The safety and security of our community is so important to us, so rest assured, our team are currently checking this with our licence team to ensure that these maps are able to be used with our extended licence. My sincerest apologies for any delays caused in the meantime Annika and thank you again for bringing this to our attention!

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