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Star Map Overlays

Star Map Overlays - SIZE 8.5"x7" 300 dpi PNG files

This is a collection of 30 vintage illustrated star charts originally seen in "A Celestial Atlas" by Alexander Jamieson in 1822: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Celestial_Atlas

The images have been modified in photoshop to remove the backgrounds so that only the illustrated portion remains. The same set is included in black, white, and gold, all with transparency preserved. The images measure 8.5"x7" inches at 300 dpi, and can be overlay on top of any background or texture. Perfect for scrapbooking, decoupage, web design, or any of your creative projects.

Not in seamless format. Thank you for looking!

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How can I unzip product files?

PC: To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location. To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

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