Bookplate Astronomy Universe

 ♥ Exlibris Island publishes historical and new graphics from the Ex Libris world for book lovers. The above ex libris is available both as a stamp and printed on labels, of course with your name or other text. The ex-libris is a reminiscence of Nicolas Camille Flammarion (1842 - 1925) and is classified in the category Astronomy and Symbolism.

The wood engraving of Flammarion from the volume L'Atmosphère, published in 1888. Météorologie populaire became very well known and widespread. The image is subtitled: "A missionary of the Middle Ages tells that he has found the point where heaven and earth meet ..." and shows an observer kneeling on the earth's disc, looking behind the starry sky and seeing what is behind it.

A nice Ex Libris  from the category symbolism, man and research. Nicolas Camille Flammarion, astronomy for the people, the atmosphere, 1888. You can customize the text in the bookplate. Please enter your desired name in the order in the text box provided. The stamp size is 3.15 x 2.64 inch, the label size 4.13 x 2.91 inch. Custom sizes are available for additional charge.

With our Ex Libris products you can choose from  -- 1. a stamp with a typical punch handle or  -- 2. a stamp on a hardwood mount grasp  -- 3. a digital label print in the size 4.13 x 2.91 inch, 200 pcs, paper color: white, each 8 motifs on a 8.27 x 11.69 inch sheet or  -- 4. a letter print on handmade paper or fine paper, paper color cream, ecru or chamois, 250 labels, individually cut. Our products are manufactured in the best quality.

All our bookplates are available on request in a variety of printing processes and paper types.

Our acid-free ink pad and solvent-free adhesive paper can be found here.

Please contact us if you have any questions, ideas or suggestions.

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Bookplate Universe

  • Product Code: el_duer-01
  • Availability: In Stock
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