M.K.Beddie (ed.), Bibliography of Captain James Cook, R.N., F.R.S., Sydney, 1970, p.621, nos. 3648-3649 ('Cup, said to be the Communion Cup used by Captain Cook on his voyages, and its leather case.')
R.I. McCallum, Captain James Cook's Antimony Cup, in Vesalius, vol. VII, no. 2, December 2001, pp.62-4 (noting that cups made of pure antimony were once common but are now rare, with only about ten described).
Chelsea, Royal Naval Exhibition, 1891 (labelled 'Metal cup and case taken by Capt. Cook in his voyages round the World. Lent by Viscount Galway').
Greenwich, National Maritime Museum, on loan 1980-2005 (W83-45).
London, Sotheby's, 'Rule Britannia!', A Loan Exhibition of Paintings and Works of Art in aid of The Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Jan. 1986, no.292 ('A Small Metal Antimony Cup, which belonged to Captain Cook').