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Medium Posters Information
The images for this ten medium sized posters set were selected
from our yearly wall calendars published between 2002 and 2004, and
have not yet been featured in the earlier large posters set
which was based on the 2000 & 2001 collection.
o Printed on durable, heavy coated UV-protected paper
o Size: 19.7 in x 27.6 in (50 cm x 70 cm)
o Weight: 2.9 oz (85 gr)
o Each poster has a title, legends, a sky finding chart and object characteristics (distance, size, etc...):
To order in the USA & Canada with a credit card
Click here to order securely with a credit card:
To order from Europe
For Europe, please visit the Coelum boutique here
To order in the USA & Canada by personal checks or money orders
||Full Set (10)
Prices include shipping and handling: a flat rate of $4.0 is
added for a given order (already included in the table above),
regardless of the number of posters
ordered. The table above is built as follows: each poster is $6.0
to which $4.0 is added for shipping of the whole poster order. For quantities
higher than 9, the total can be simply computed by multiplying the
number of posters by 6 and adding 4 (e.g. 15 posters = 15 x 6.0 + 4.0 = $94.00).
The full set of 10 medium posters is offered at a special price of $60.00
including shipping and handling.
Order by sending your payment with the desired image number
(from #10 to #19, as assigned to each poster) and quantity to:
"CFHT Posters" -
65-1238 Mamalahoa Hwy.,
Kamuela, HI 96743, USA
Payment must be remitted in US funds (personal checks
drawing on US banks or money orders) to the order of "CFHT".
Poster(s) rolled in tube - 1st Class Parcel Mail only, 5 to 6 days delivery from Hawaii to the mainland.
To buy directly on the Big Island of Hawaii
The posters are available for sale, less the shipping cost ($4.0 for the complete order), at our offices in Waimea (i.e., Kamuela), open from 8AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday. Our headquarters are located on the right of the upper road (Mamalahoa Hwy.) when driving out of Waimea towards Kona, about a quarter of a mile after the Chevron station.