Western hemisphere only, 19 cm. diameter. The same plates seem to have been used for later editions from Amsterdam in 1694, 1698 and 1699. Issued in: Telluris theoria sacra, [Map 2]/ by T. Burnet, 1681. , with "Fig.2.,pag.I5I". Issued in: The theory of the earth: containing an account of the original of the earth.... : Telluris theoria sacra; England. -- London: Printed by R. Norton, for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops Head in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1684. 1759, with "[Map] N:2, Book.1, Pag[e] 186". Copy 2 includes both hemispheres with "[Map] N:, Book.1, Pag[e] 186" above eastern hemisphere. Issued in: The Sacred theory of the earth : containing an account of its original creation, and of all the changes, which it hath undergone, or is to undergo, until the consummation of all things; 2 Vol. -- 7th ed./ by Thomas Burnet. -- London : Printed for T. Osborn et al., 1759. [1681?], on smaller scale, with "pag:[e] 83, fig: 10." One hemisphere 11.5 cm. diameter on sheet 19.2 x 15.5 cm. Verso shows Eastern Hemisphere map, "fig. 9, p. 83". [1700?], both hemispheres (each approximately 13 cm. diameter) with very rough edges; Western Hemisphere at page bottom with text below: “Den Aardkloot van water ontbloot, na twee zijden aante sien.”; and with “909” at top right. Issued in: Boor-bereidselen tot de bybelsche wysheid, en gebruik der heilige en kerklijke historien ... / by Wilhelmus Goeree. -- Amsterdam, 1700? Shirley 507; UCB; Ashley Baynton-Williams. Western Hemisphere of azimuthal equal-area projection. No place names except for the label “America” on the continent. Attempt to show the ocean floor in relief. California as an island similar to second Sanson model but with a more angular northwest tip, as by Colom and Doncker.