A steel engraved map. A small legend sits at the far western extent of the map describing the symbolization of the Hudson Bay Company's principle forts and stations. Six engravings of wildlife and residents are present, along with views of the Fury and Hecla Strait and of Montréal.
A steel engraved hemispheric style map of the Western Hemisphere. Hand-coloured lines delineate national borders. Engraved vignettes of scenes depicting New World wildlife, and scenes of ordinary life of the locals, each in its own oval or round border, frame the map proper. Islands with pink outlines show certain British territories. Relief is shown, along with coastal shading.
A map of North America with British controlled territories outlined in pink. Engraved scenes of wildlife, landmarks, and the lives of residents surround the map. National borders are overlaid with hand-colouring, as are internal administrative divisions within each country. The Grand Banks of Newfoundland are outlined; the Mississippi River shows prominently due to its line weight.
A map of "West Canada" divided down to the township level, ranging from past the Ontario - Québec border to Cockburn Island in the North Channel of Lake Huron. Engravings of Niagara Falls, Kingston, Natives at rest, and a beaver, along with the Great Seal of Upper Canada.