- World map on oval projection. North and South America are shown with North America as part of China. Cartographic elements include lines of latitude and longitude, location of some rivers and settlements (Temitistan, or Tenochtitlán, is especially noted, as are the seven cities of Coronado), some topograpical details, and six windheads. Decorative elements include ships and sea monsters.
- Apparently proof state before addition of cloud border, author, imprint, and without word "Amazon" in South America. The map is pasted on another paper labeled "Planisfero." Made by Giacomo Gastaldi, the most influential Venetian map publisher of the 16th century, this map was the prototype of a series of later world maps, including Ortelius's world map in his atlas of 1570.