A striking star chart centered on Pisces, marvelously engraved and delicately colored. Shows the featured constellations in color with neighboring stars and constellations without color. Jamieson's work is one of the finest of it's kind in the early 19th century. Alexander Jamieson published A Celestial Atlas Comprising A System Display of the Heaven. This work was published in London by G & W.B Wittaker, T. Caddell and N. Hailes in 1822.
Includes a colored Pisces and uncolored parts of the constellations of Triangula, Andromeda, Pegasus, Aquarius, Cietus, and Aries. Includes a line showing the ecliptic positions in various months, with Pisces halfway between February and March.