Excellent brochure showing off the Tourist-Third Interiors for both companies in the later 1930s (book is dated June1938).. The photos are well divided between the 2 companies … and the 3rd class rooms look quite impressive. There is a little soiling to the covers but in good solid shape.
Great booklet of the History of the NGL’s’ five ships named Bremen.Text in English and German. Packed full of good history!
Excellent brochure plan for the Homeric … Home Lines publicity department created these exceptional plans all throughout the 60’s and into the Mid 70’s for all ships in their fleet. The Homeric would catch fire before these cruises were completed though. Excellent Like New condition.
Great CC deck plans for the sweetheart SS America. The covers for USL deck plans were redesigned by Lester Beal just before the SSUS came into service with their colorful RWB design and American eagle symbol. Nice Interior Black and White Photos. These are dated November 1952.
Excellent deck plan fold out for the Inaugural season of the Neptune’s cruises to the Greek Isles and turkey. Excellent condition … seems to have never been used.
Excellent Deck Plan fold out for the little Jason. She was perfectly sized for these cruises throughout the Greek Isles. Excellent condition
Nice folder deck plan for the Mikhail Lermontov’s 1976 Winter Cruises. This series of cruises left Baltimore and lasted for 9 -14 dated depending on the cruise. Like New condition.
Nice brochure /deck plan for the Russian ships Late 1976- May 1977 Balalaika Cruises out of New Orleans. Lovely like new condition with colorfully printed deck plans inside.
Nice deck plan folder for the MS Kazakhstan’s Bermuda Cruises in 1977 . She was the newest Russian Cruise ship at the time. Like new condition .. could have been printed yesterday
Nice flyer for several mini cruises in June of 1979 out of NY harbor. Great deck plans inside, I think the Russians were trying to appeal to the Americans with their Red white and blue brochure coloring.
Nice little Menu for a 3rd class lunch dated 11/20/1935. Love the little note on the bottom that says ” Please do not smoke in the Dining Room”. Lovely image of her near sister , the Bremen IV surrounded by golden accents on the cover.
Nice sailing folder dated May 10, 1939 … a few months later all these sailings would be off the table as the Nazi regime would begin WW2. Many of the ships listed here would not survive the war … the largest loss was the Flagship Bremen IV. A shame indeed. Good condition with some normal signs of use and age.
Excellent tissue deck plan for the littler Berlin. Bought from the Swedes, she started the German services after WW2 after a little freshing up and a new coat of mustard colored paint on her funnels. Excellent condition … looks to have never been opened.
Lovely sailing folder dated 4/15/1930 … just over 90 years old! Of course, the 2 newest German flyers … Bremen and Europa top the long list of ships. some writing on the cover.
Superb cut away for the Last great German Flagship. Excellent condition … just like it was printed yesterday.
The title says it all … dated effective 1/1/1964
January 1952 deck plan for the 2 sisters printed on heavier tissue paper that has tinted with age to a nice golden brown. This looks like was never opened.
Great 40 page brochure booklet for the1973 French Line services. Filled with excellent photos and graphics. Delaware agency stamp on the back cover.
2 Dinner menus dated 3/1/1954 and 1 breakfast menu dated 3/2/1954. In excellent condition …replicate your own SSUS dining experience!
Nice set of 4 index cards from the South Seas service of the Monterey or Mariposa.
3 dinner and 1 lunch menu for the ship as she was sailing across the pacific toward the United States. The dinner menus are dated 3/14/49, 2/14/49 and 2/11/1949 … the lunch menu is dated 3/9/1949. Captain Hobart J Ehman was in charge, JL McKay was chief steward and HL Schurtz was the executive chef. Excellent cover graphics.
A great early dinner menu for the ship dated September 13, 1948 .. as the ship was en-route to Shanghai. Captain Hobart J Ehman was in charge, JT McCartney was chief steward and HL Schurtz was the executive chef. Excellent cover graphics
4 nice dinner menus for a summertime voyage … Captain Joseph D. Cox was in command. These folks ate well and had a marvelous and varied selection to choose from every night. 2 of the menus are oversized and celebrate Aloha and Oriental Night. Great condition and good graphics.
Very nice deck plan booklet done for the 4 sisters. IMO, these ladies were pretty ugly with their original stove pipe funnels … and not greatly improved when a more conventional funnel was fitted later in their lives. The brochure itself is in excellent condition.