2 lovely cards for the French SS Paris. Probably one of the most unappreciated ships of the French Line fleet … but a truly wonderful ship. One has been used … and one is unsent and unwritten on.
4 great cards for the speedy Mauretania. All 4 are unsent .. though one is written on.
All 3 cards have some wear … 1 of them has some writing. One of Cunard’s most successful liners.
2 Lovely post cards of the Grill room and FC drawing room on the lovely Aquitania. The grill room card has a scuff on the top.
Lovely postcards for the last 2 cruise ships built for Homes Lines.
3 great postcards for the last 3 ships in the Home Line fleet.
Another unusual item that was removed from the ship: A Karaoke printed guide: The songs range for 9 to5 through You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling. An odd relic from the Blue Lady.
Unusual item that was removed from the ship is this HAZMAT Training Course. Copied and spliced together it lists all sorts of HAZMAT items found onboard and hoe to handle them.
Great cruise log starting Sunday July 8 through Friday July 20th. Her top speed was 24.10 knots.
Three sheets total: two for the Homeric and one for the Oceanic.
One of Bill’s great Dover picture books and inscribed with his loopy pen. Lots of great photos and information in his typical Dover snippet style. A good BM book!
Covering all cruises and voyages from various lines in the 1977 seasons. These are dated April, July and December 1977. Good condition.
4 daily programs from 1974 as well as the Greek Line Bermuda colored “magazine” In good condition. Lots of activities onboard.
Great unused card for the Carmania. She had a good life with Cunard and was best known for her fierce battle in WW1 with the German Cap Trafalgar.
Unused and in nice condition … showing the ship at speed with a bone in her teeth and smoke and steam coming out her stacks.
Nice set of cards for the speedy Campania. Both are unsent and not written on or sent … but do have some age and wear spots.
Nice set of cards for the speedy Lucania. Both do show some age and wear. The first unused one shows the Lucania in rough seas (not a selling feature really) and the other is a Tucks post card that has been written on a mailed showing the ship with tenders nearby.
Great folder packed with Daily Cruise News Papers, other programs and inserts form a January 2001 voyage. Nice snapshot of the voyage can be gleaned from the news items.
Lovely rendering of the Leilani… she went through a few lives … probably the most successful as APL’s President Roosevelt. She was sold to Chandris and completely rebuilt .. and then sold again to Eastern Steamship.. She had many lives and owners and spend the last 20+ years of her life slogging through the Caribbean. Lovely rendering.
Gorgeous Starboard view photo pin try for the last “Atlantic” flagship. Still have the Leon / Bull& Bear antiques sticker on the bottom. Superb!
Great voyage souvenir folder stuffed with onboard items including programs, pictures, pamphlets postcards and more. In the souvenir photo the couple looks happy to be aboard!
Exceptional book written by Don Lynch and Illustrated by renown artist Ken Marschall. Ken’s artwork shines through almost every page of the book .. a true master
Nice set including a Gala menu dated 12/19/60 and a dinner menu dated 12/20/1960. Good condition
Nice set including a Gala menu dated 12/19/60 and a Dinner, Lunch and Breakfast menu dated 12/20/1960.
Nice set including a Gala menu dated 12/19/60 and a dinner and lunch menu dated 12/20/1960. Good condition