Lot 443 of 613:
Five engraved plates after J. Webber  

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Five engraved plates from Captain Cook's Voyages

Webber, J.


[Printed by W. and A. Strahan for G. Nicol and T. Cadell]



5 copper-engraved plates. Mostly 21.5x25 cm (8¼x9¼"), with one larger 25.5x40 cm (10x16"); with margins: 55.5x41.5 cm (21½x16¼").

A selection of copper-engraved plates after J. Webber from the atlas volume of Captain James Cooks' "A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean...1776-1780, Recording the Third Voyage of Captain Cook". Plates include:

  • No. 50. Canoes of Oonalashka.
  • No. 54. Inhabitants of Norton Sound, and their Habitations.
  • No. 71. A sledge of Kamtschatka.
  • No. 75. A Man of Kamtschatka.
  • No. 76. A Woman of  Kamtschatka.

Lot Amendments

Plates expertly cleaned; some light edgewear with occasional minor chips, light foxing mostly to margins; very good or better.

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