The middle figure represents a fly-trap of the Island Ohiteroa; the two side figures, handles of the same instruments made in Otaheite

Otaheite was originally named Port Royal Harbour in King George the Third's Island by Captain Samuel Wallis (1728-1795).

Mounted on page with PAI3963, and in album with PAI3938-PAI3963, PAI3965-PAI4076.; Page 24.; Typewritten title stuck below image.; Plate No.12.

Object Details

ID: PAI3964
Type: Print
Display location: Not on display
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Sheet: 223 x 182 mm
Parts: Atlas to Cook's Voyages Vol I 1773-1777. (Illustrations are from Hawkesworth's 'Voyages to the Southern Hemisphere', all volumes, and Cook [ed. Douglas] 'A Voyage towards the South Pole... ' [1773-75], page 70 onwards) (Album)

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