Koeman IV, Cel 1(4) and Cel 3; The discovery of the world; Maps of the earth and the cosmos, p.75 / The David M. Stewart Museum, 1985; and Celestial charts, antique maps of the heavens, p. 46-47 / Carole Stott. -- London : Studio Editions Ltd. Copernicus’ theory, with Earth and other planets revolving around the Sun, is illustrated. The Sun is picture in the center; the Earth and its moon are shown in its orbit, as are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn. Signs of the zodiac surround the map. California is shown as a rounded island. Title divided between 2 cartouches of scrollwork (top left and right). Copernicus is seated with globe and tools (bottom right), with another seated figure at bottom left. Number ‘4’ (within border, bottom right). See general notes. Issued in: Atlas coelestis; seu harmonia macrocosmica (Celestial atlas of universal harmony). -- Amsterdam : Apud Joannem Janssonium, 1660. Within title cartouche, below the word PLANO: Prostant Amstelædami apud GERARDUM VALK, ET PETRUM SCHENK. Issued in: Atlas coelestis; seu harmonia macrocosmica. -- Amsterdam : apud Gerardum Valk, et Petrum Schenk, 1708.