"Daniel Solander and Joseph Banks"_Notes

Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820) was an aristocrat who had the money to fund his private botanical obsessions. Swedish botanist Daniel Solander (1733–82) was employed by Joseph Banks to collect and describe plant specimens on Cook's first Pacific voyage.
Here is The Endeavour Journal from 25 August 1768-12 July 1771 written by Sir Joseph Banks day by day LINK
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Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820) fue un aristócrata inglés con fortuna familiar para financiar sus aficiones botánicas. El botánico sueco Daniel Solander (1733-1782) fue empleado por Joseph Banks para recoger y describir los especímenes de plantas en el primer viaje de Cook del Pacífico.
The Endeavour journal through the Pacific.
The first voyage under Captain Cook on the HMS Endeavour was primarily of a scientific nature.

Amazing historical specimens collected by Joseph Banks

New Zeland nautical chart by James Cook

Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander

Comic illustration of Joseph Banks

View of the coast
Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander 
HMS Endeavour

Illustrations of the Botany of Captain Cook's Voyage round the World in H.M.S. Endeavour in 1768-71
Price 28.500 $
Banks and Solander specimen from New Holland (now known as Australia).
A specimen of old man banksia, Banksia serrata, collected and illustrated on Cook's first voyage and named in honour of Joseph Banks
Sir Joseph Banks, 1st Baronet, GCB, PRS (1743-1820) to house his geological specimens in his Library and Herbarium at 32 Soho Square, London circa 1785-90
Sold for 300.00 AU$


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