|Language and size:||Libri Latini, &c. in Folio|
|Title:||Uranom. omn. Aster. continens Schem. cum fig.|
|Location:||British Library shelfmark Maps C.10.a.17.|
Sloane no. [none, black stamp only]: no fixed url, search the Sloane Printed Books catalogue.
|Provenance:||Sloane, Hans (1660-1753)|
|Provenance references:||Mandelbrote, 'Sloane's Purchases' (2009), p. 129.|
|Annotations:||"Notes, possibly in Hooke's hand, on celestial maps" noted by Mandelbrote.|
|Other notes:||Title supplied by the British Library catalogue: Joannis Bayeri Rhainani I.C. Uranometria, omnium asterismorum continens schemata, nova methodo delineata, aereis laminis expressa. Tabulas in aes incidit Alexander Mair.|
Mandelbrote notes no clear evidence of, but possible, Hooke provenance.
This particular copy is missing its titlepage and was printed without the explanatory tables.
Richard Waller (c.1660-1715), editor of Hooke's Posthumous Works, noted that Hooke's copy of Uranometria had been purchased by John Woodward; see Waller's introductory note to the 'Discourse of the Nature of Comets' in Hooke, Posthumous Works (1705), p. 149 (recte 194).