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A charming and sophisticated pair of George III needleworks of the Western and Eastern hemispheres, worked by Eliza Grigson and dated 1776, each having the names of the oceans, countries and the lines of longitude and latitude worked in black wool against an open canvas background, the outlines of countries worked in coloured wools, with numerous sailing ships, discoveries of distant lands including Cape Circoncision in 1739 and Botany Bay by Captain James Cook, the track worked in green of his first voyage of discovery in Endeavour to discover the rich southern continent of Terra Australis, each framed by floral borders tied with a bow, in period carved giltwood frames.
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