Product images of Captains Gore and King leaving Kamtschatka, 1779
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Captains Gore and King leaving Kamtschatka, 1779
Inscribed 'To the Right Honorable Sir Jospeh Banks, K.B. This Plate representing the departures of Captains Gore and King, accompanied by major Behm Governor of Kamschtka, with the affectionate taking leave of the Governor's Lady and the Inhabitanta of Bol and St Paul, in Kamschatka, the 29th of April 1779, is respectfully dedicated by... de la Garde'.
- Image reference: A9900
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London