Brocklesby Park, Brocklesby, Lincolnshire, England

Memorial at Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire commemorating Captain James Cook RN d. 1779

Memorial: 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.

Palm House, Sefton Park, Liverpool, England

Statue in Sefton Park, Liverpool of Captain James Cook RN d. 1779

Memorial: 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.

Victoria Square, Christchurch, New Zealand, Rest of the World

Statue in Christchurch, New Zealand of Captain James Cook RN d. 1779

Memorial: 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.'