"Mang's Celestial World Map, Circa 1908"First version of the world map of Adolf Mang (1843-1933), who began his career as a professor before embarking on the globes and world map trade in Germany. The planisphere is made of paper and cardboard: white stars are printed on a midnight blue card stock representing the northern celestial hemisphere, the purple horizon disc is printed in gold. Two bluish steel branches carrying two discs representing the sun and the moon. These two discs are now lost but the two steel branches are present and in good condition. Good condition. This model and these colors are uncommon. Size: 31x30.5 cm. See Grinwood, Card planispheres. A collectors guide, 2018, page 32.