Product images of North America
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Terrestrial table globe. Geographical details on the sphere include a label that reads 'Unknown Parts' in North America. California is drawn as an island, and Australia and New Zealand are drawn according to the Dutch discoveries up to 1644. Dampier's discoveries north of New Guinea are recorded 'N. Britain'. In Asia there are the labels 'Ch. Wall', 'Dominion of Moscovy' and 'Parts Unknown'. A total of nine oceans are named.
This globe is a copy of Cushee, GLB0044, but it lacks the trade winds between the tropics. The use of the Gregorian calendar points to a date after the introduction of calendar reforms in 1752.
- Image reference: F1080
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London