Excellent tissue deck plan for the adorable little Berlin. Once the Swedes flagship Grispholm .. she survived WW2 and was bought by the Germans to re-establish their presence on the North Atlantic route. Excellent condition with some color used to designate areas of the ship.
Lovely souvenir items for the “cruise ship of Tomorrow” the ss Oceanic. She was just one of the most beautiful ships ever built in the 1960’s.
These hard melamine tip trays were very common items in the 70’s and later and could be purchased onboard. Excellent condition.
What a great interiors brochure for some of the coolest liners ever from Germany! Covered Bremen and Europa and many of the HAPAG ladies. Tourist class was the economical way to go back in the day! The cover has a little color fade and very minor scuffing.
Interesting Used Album for the lovely Homeric (ex Mariposa). One of my favorite vessels … she had such a nice long 2nd life with Homes Lines … and certainly raked in the cash for them. The cover of this album has the official rendering for the ship in the cover that appeared in many brochures and travel agency portraits. This has been used and there still are a few Homeric items inside. Most pages have some yellowing and tape residue left from items that have been removed. Perfect to Build your own Homeric Album.
SS United States: One of the best and most artistic items ever for the ship … an original Beal brochure. It’s packed full of his marvelous interior and exterior renderings. In impeccable condition .. looks like it has been safe in a drawer for years. This is a must have for the serious SSUS collector! Full of artwork and info on the ship by one of the best American graphic artists of the time…Lester Beal! Most Excellent
Excellent pack of Menus from the April Caribbean cruise for the TS Hamburg. Excellent art work covers … each day was saved and stapled together as a memento. Lovely vessel and one of the last built with steam Turbines.
Rue De La Paix of the Atlantic is just one of my favorite Brochures for the Ile de France. This is filled with great photos and wonderful renderings showing the joyful and gay life onboard the ship. In great shape with a few minor cover bends. Don’t miss this one!
Stories of the Queens: Society Of Old Steamships is the catalogue of items offered by Gene Darcy, Many of these items were artifacts salvaged from different ships (both Queens, Liberte, Ile de France United States and others) … but unfortunately some of the items were reproductions. This catalogue is full of great color photos and helps identifying many of the items offered. Almost Perfect condition
Great little interiors fold out for the France …. the last true French Flagship. Excellent shape!
I love the Mauretania two … she is just like a little Lizzie! This is a great interiors fold out … One of my favorite items for this ship.
The Vistajord was the last true NAL passenger ship and this Great cruise brochure in excellent shape … Covers interiors with photo and drawings.
Excellent folder covering the interiors of HAL’s last Atlantic flagship. Super cool photos. It was good to be on a well run ship!
Great little fold out brochure showing off the interiors of the “darling of the Dutch” Nieuw Amsterdam. Just a splendid little fold out with lots of pictures …. for a splendid little ship! Excellent condition and dates to the early 60’s.
Nicely done brochure for the North Atlantic services . Not the greatest picture of the mighty Empress Of Britain on the cover .. but there are many lovely interior photos inside of the ship and her other fleet mates the brochure that are delightful. Huge fold out map at the end of the Brochure Great silver cover accents ( one little cover scuff) Good condition!
Did you think the airline industry invented the onboard magazine? … Think again! Great Magazine for the journey through the Canadian waterways services by the CP princess lines … mainly out of Vancouver. This has been folded but in good condition
Nice sheet of Santa Rosa letterhead and smaller folded stationery sheet. These would have been available in the writing room by the ream full. … excellent condition.
Nice sheet of Santa Rosa letterhead … excellent condition.
Excellent glossy portrait letter card for the Grace Line gals. Lovely ships through and through … their Gibbs design pedigree is certainly evident. Excellent condition.
Very nice book to introduce the new Sovereign of the Seas into the RC fleet. It does cover some of the early history of the line … by most of the book is pure info on the newest fleet mate. Being a work by John Maxtone Graham, make sure you have your Shakespearian thesaurus and dictionary at the ready … you’ll probably need it to help translate some of the dramatic maritime prose. Excellent condition.
Interesting booklet covers almost every shipping line and route on the globe in 1926. Of course, the North Atlantic route garners the lion’s share of attention. The Leviathan is listed as the largest ship of course .. Mauretania the fastest. Includes a wonderful ship flag/ funnel identification graphic. Excellent condition!
Lovely glossy deck plan booklet for the Hanseatic 2 … once Zim Lines flag ship Shalom. She was chartered and purchased after the Hanseatic’s famous engine room fire at her dock in NYC. In excellent condition on quality glossy paper.
Lovely early deck plan booklet for the Dryefuss twins. From the portrait on the cover, this is earlier in their careers … the hull is black and the forward superstructure is still rounded and unaltered. Nice condition! I love looking at deck plans and seeing the modifications made from year to year.
WW2 was just weeks away when this menu was printed and passengers enjoyed the many delicacies. Done in a brassy metallic finish in the shape of the ships bell … quite unusual and in excellent condition
Lovely silk like flag … these would have been ready souvenirs and could have been easily swiped from your dinner table.
Packet of 12 onboard photos of the Might Queens Interiors … some are room or deck shots … others are details like the Queen’s Portrait.
Lovely photos all in BW.