1888 star atlas to 6.5 from -34 north - by Hermann J. Klein - free download - look for gear icon dropdown list for PDF.
Did not know this existed until today! Ideal companion for Webb. Star maps are rather primitive in comparison to today. In particular, constellation boundaries had not been formalized. Nevertheless this atlas feels modern.
This must be beautiful book. The maps are clearly colored plates with an overlay of wax tissue as was done at the time, probably to prevent the ink from bleeding. The DSOs are numbered according to John Herschel's General Catalog (GC), whence the N in Dreyer's NGC, which was a new GC. The GC is more or less forgotten today and this is the first atlas I've seen using its identifiers. Norton's of course uses William Herschel's baroque notation which predates the GC.
It's strange to see constellation boundaries just drawn around stars as if one were corralling horses. But even those boundaries had a degree of formality. They were defined by Friedrich Argelander in his own star atlas of 1843. The boundaries we now know, precisely defined runs of RA and DEC at epoch B1875, were not formally adopted until 1930. Early versions of Norton's have the old Argelander corrals.
The star positions seem very carefully recorded, and it's really amazing how much precession has shifted things around just in 130 years.