Dated 1700 in the title cartouche, and at lower right. Dated 1702. 1705 in the title cartouche, and 1700 lower right. Dated 1708. Dated 1718. Dated 1728 in the title cartouche and 1718 at lower right. “Avec Privilege du Roy 1718.” (lower right). In title: A Paris Chez J.F. Bonard Gendre. Issued in his: Atlas ou recüeil de carte geograhiques … [Map 5]. – A Paris, 1709-. Shirley 600 (Plate 414); LC 5962; BN Fer IIC(5). Par N. de Fer, Geographe de Monseig. Le Dauphin. California shown with two northern bays and labeled Isle de Californie. Numerous points are named, and many islands separate it from the mainland. Agubela de Cato to the north. The hemispheres are surrounded by text and vignettes. The text includes a table containing about 30 different European town measurements for the length of one foot. The vignettes depict thunder, lightening, winds, volcanoes, and tides. Three cherubs hold up a coat of arms. Also shown are an eclipse of the sun and the moon. Dedication: Ano S Seig. Les Enfans De France. H. van Loon fecit. (lower right). A Paris. Chez’Autheur dans l’Isle du Palais sur le Quay de l’Orloge ala Sphere Royale. Avec Privilege du Roy, 1700. (lower right). Separately published, originally as two sheets.