ANTARCTIC TRADE CARDS - Originally Series 3
Captain James Cook.
119. CAPTAIN JAMES COOK. Issued by W.H. & F.H. HORNIMAN & CO., LTD. (1910). Card unnumbered; from a set of 10 entitled "Naval Heroes". Size: 4.6" x 3.22".
Recto: Portrait of Cook set over a Union Jack and a scene with two ships. At top: "With Compliments of W.H. & F.H. Horniman & Co., Ltd. At lower right corner: "See Over".
Verso: NAVAL HEROES | CAPTAIN JAMES COOK. | Circumnavigator, born 1728. Seaman, 1755. Lieutenant, 1768. Sailed in Endeavour, 1768, for Tahiti, round Cape Horn, charted coast of New Zealand, East Coast Australia, also New Guinea, 1769 to 1770, returning by Cape of Good Hope. Commander, 1771. Attempted to sail round North America from Pacific, 1776, in the Resolution. Discovered Sandwich Isles, 1778; touched at Hawii, 1779, where he was murdered by natives.
The Flag. The combined flags of St. George and St. Andrew were by Royal Proclamation in 1606, declared to be the National Flag and contimnued to be so until 1801. |
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Note: Image and information courtesy of Evan Jones, Wiltshire, England.