|Position:||RA 16h 46m 33s Dec +47d 59m 15s|
|Brightest star:||GSC 3503 0157, 10.6 mag|
You'll find 6 stars of mag. 10..12 forming a rectangle, stretching from Northwest
It is only two arcseconds in size, so choose high magnification.
Here are two finder-charts for the object (click to enlarge). The object is located 30 arcminutes N of the globular cluster NGC 6229. This one is located 1.5 degree north of 52 Herculi, which is visible in a finder-scope (4m8).
Globular cluster NGC 6229.BACK
(c) by Frank Leiter