Obelisk in Kurnell, Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia, commemorating Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M5549
Cross in St Thomas Rest Park, Sydney, Australia commemorating Commodore James Graham Goodenough RN d. 1875Memorial: M5780
Window in St Thomas’s Church, Sydney, Australia dedicated to Commodore James Graham Goodenough RN d. 1875Memorial: M5779
Depicts the adoration of the lamb by the universal church, with the saints St Sebastian, St George, St Nicholas, St Christopher.
Memorial in Kealakekua Bay, Big Island, Hawaii commemorating Captain James Cook. d. 1779Memorial: M2803
Statue in Kauai, Waimea, Hawaii of Captain James Cook RN. d. 1779Memorial: M5537
Memorial at Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire commemorating Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M1675
Serpentine fluted sarcophagus in relief with pediment and acroteria. The whole rests on devices of dolphin heads and spheres. Further dolphins and a shell within the tympanum. Tomb chest ornamented with Corinthian quarter columns and has classical faces to the upper corners in addition to a frieze of sea monsters (hippocampi) and a relief of the Three Graces.
Statue in Sefton Park, Liverpool of Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M5558
Full-length in uniform and hat, holding a telescope in his left hand. A capstan on which rests a chart is placed behind the figure.
Statue in Christchurch, New Zealand of Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M1861
Cook is shown full-length in uniform, leaning on a capstan. 'Christchurch Times' 7 Feb 1930 'depicts Captain Cook standing on the deck of his ship gazing into the distance. It conveys the suggestion of an early morning scene, with a strong breeeze lowing back the folds of the navigator's coat. The face is very clear cut and strong.'
Statue in Gisborne, New Zealand of Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M5535
Full-length statue in uniform and hat.
Statue in the Bicentennial Park, Cooktown, Queensland, Australia depicting Captain James Cook RN d. 1779Memorial: M5406
Cook full-length in uniform holding a telescope in his raised right hand and a rolled chart in his left.