1818 Jupiter and Venus Occultation

January 3, 21:51 UT

The 1818 occultation occured when Venus and Jupiter were at an elongation 16 west of the Sun (morning stars).
Did anyone see it before sunrise on Jan 3?
Several factors reduce the probability that very many observers saw this event.
If anyone with a good telescope was able to see it, the view would as shown in the image below. 1818 occultation of Jupiter by Venus
Middle Occultation of Venus by Jupiter, 1818, January 3, 21:53 UT

Only observers in a remote island of Japan were likely to see the occultation if they made a very special effort to look for it in the bright morning twilight.