Product images of The Octagon room of th Royal Observatory, Greenwich
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The Octagon room of th Royal Observatory, Greenwich
Prospectus intra Cameram Stellatam [View inside the Star Room]; A print showing Astronomer Royal, John Flamsteed, and two assistants at work in the Octagon Room at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. This was one of nine prints used to illustrate Edmund Halley's rare edition of Flamsteed's 'Historiae Coelestis'Object number: ZBA1808
Original dimensions: 203 mm x 304 mm
- Image reference: L8089
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London