This copper engraved French map details Guyane Anglaise, Hollandaise, and Francaise. It also extends to show nearby portions of present-day Venezuela, here called Colombie, and Brazil, although there is little detail there aside from topography. A note in French Guiana refers to mountainous country covered in thick forests, only known by vague, secondhand reports. The map is on a full folio sheet (26.5 x 20.3") with French text. Buchon produced the French edition of Carey & Lea's American Atlas. He used a better quality paper and today his maps are generally found in better condition than their American counterparts.
Contemporary color on a sturdy sheet with a few minor spots outside the map image.