24 gores and 2 polar calottes to make up a 42 inch (107 cm.) celestial globe.
Gores for Coronelli's Celestial globe were printed in Paris by J. B. Nolin in 1693. This work is part of terrestrial and celestial gores set acquired by Mitchell Library in 1961.
Jean Baptiste Nolin, a cartographer, was the engraver to the King of France; Arnold Deuvez painted the Nolin's globe.