On the first page, James Winston refers to his monkeys as "chimps," which is incorrect (monkeys have tails, chimpanzees don't). The rest of the story correctly refers to them as "monkeys" or "monks."
The story lists the date was December 6th, but the wreck was on September 6, 1838. It also lists she won the Albert Medal for Lifesaving, which wasn't created until 1866. Instead, she and her father won the RNLI Silver Medal.
https://www.donsclassicstamps.com/stamps/new-zealand-oy32-f-vf-mnh-mh/ lists the #OY32 stamp shows the Cape Campbell Lighthouse, built in 1870. The story should list the OY33 stamp.
It wasn't Lorenzo, it was his grandson Cosimo I de’ Medici who commissioned the statue.
Although the story list 1905, the train crash was in 1910.