• Canada 1788

      Bonne, Rigobert (1788)
      The map was prepared and published in Bonne's two volume "Atlas Encyclopedique" in Paris in 1788. It measures 40 cms x 28 cms.
    • Isle et Banc de Terre-Neuve et Isle St. Jean; avec L’Acadie ou la Nouvelle Ecosse

      Bonne, Rigobert (1787)
      1787: Rigobert Bonne, “Isle et Banc de Terre-Neuve et Isle St. Jean; avec L’Acadie ou la Nouvelle Ecosse”; hand coloured map, in pastels; from Bonne’s Atlase Supplement of 1787; map about 35 cms by 23 cms.
    • L’Isle de Terre-Neuve L’Acadie, ou La Nouvelle Ecosse, l’Isle St. Jean et la Partie Orientale du Canada

      Bonne, Rigobert (1783)
      1783-4: Rigobert Bonne, “L’Isle de Terre-Neuve L’Acadie, ou La Nouvelle Ecosse, l’Isle St. Jean et la Partie Orientale du Canada”; a re-issue of a map initially released in 1780 with Bonne’s name below the title of the map; this version has no name on the map itself but is otherwise identical in terms of its location in a large atlas of maps of the world; size is roughly 31 cms by 21 cms; although issued in black and white, this one is lightly coloured in pastels, with an emphasis on geographic features; there is a very small hole in the map, central along the bottom border.
    • Planisphere suivant la Projection de Mercator 1780

      Bonne, Rigobert (1780)
      Mercator projection of the world in 1780. The map does not take into account recent explorations of the Pacific. It was originally in Guillaume Raynal's "Atlas de Toutes les Parties Connues du Globe Terrestres Dresse pour l'Histoire Philosophique et Politique des Etablissemens et du Commerce des Europeens dans les Deux Indes".