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Cartouche in Atlantic Ocean
Terrestrial table globe. Geographical details on the sphere include a label for the 'Streto di Beering'. The south coast of Australia is hypothetical. New Zealand and the east coast of Australia are drawn according to Cook, and Tasmania is peninsular. The tracks of all three voyages of Cook are recorded and marked by dates. Three oceans are named.
Giovanni Maria Cassini
- Image reference: D8000_2
- Caird Collection (via Spink), National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London