[BOUCHON, J.A.C. Atlas géographique, statistique et chronologique des deux Amériques. Paris:] J.Carez, 1825. 2°, (518 x 346mm). Mounted on guards throughout. Four double-page hand-coloured tables only (of 5), 47 double-page hand-coloured engraved maps only (of 49), each with surrounding letterpress text. (Lacking title, maps of Maine and Maryland, comaparative plate of the mountains of the World and some text leaves) [Bound with:] 5 maps from
[C.F.WIELAND. Atlas von America.] Weimar: Geographischen Instituts, 1828. Contemporary marbled boards (backstrip and extremities worn).
An interesting composite atlas from two of the European versions of Carey and Lea's American Atlas, first published in Philadelphia in 1822. Weiland's work is particularly rare (the Library of Congress copy lacks a title and has only 30 maps), the present selection comprises maps of Arkansas, Florida, Guyana, Michigan and Virginia. Cf. Phillips 1175 and 1225.