Yum! The breakfast offered on this menu card from 1936 was pretty extensive. On my current diet …I”d be going for the fresh fruit. Great condition.
12 Riverboat images in a folio by noted artist Lexie Palmore. These are nicely done and printed on medium weight stock …very suitable for framing … sample Delta Queen image is shown. This folio was from the Frank Braynard collection.
Really cute little info booklet from the early 60’s … defines onboard amenities, nautical terms and gives good general shipboard info! Excellent condition!
Directly from the onboard gift shop … a small charm for the RMS Edinburgh Castle. Really nice enamel ship crest. Looks like this may have been part of a keychain … but it would be great as a medallion on a neckless.
Directly from the onboard gift shop … and letter opener from the RMS Pretoria Castle. Really nice enamel ship crest crest and the blade looks hardly to have been used. Dr. Livingston never had such finery!
1938 Route map for the HRDL services.Great map of the route on one side … the other side panels with Information and a few pictures. Shows the steamers Alexander Hamilton, Robert Fulton, Hendrick Hudson and Peter Stuyvesant on the covers. Excellent little phamplet and map.
Great 1959 27 page booklet filled with Facts and Figure about the HAL Flagship. this was issued right before her Maiden voyage in 1959. The dutch were very proud of thier new ship …and rightly so! Excellent condition!
Pristine passenger list from a 1968 crossing to Liverpool from Montreal. Includes First and tourist class passengers. Great condition! Nice chipped in official profile rendering of the ship!
Pristine passenger list from a December 1955 crossing to Liverpool from Quebec. Includes First and tourist class passengers … and about 1/2 page of autographs. Great condition! A footnote anounces the new Empress of Britain coming in 1956!
Lusitanias undergang (The Sinking of the Lusitania): wonderful book in Swedish by Stockholm author Claes-Goran Wetterholm. This book is signed: to Jon Hollis ( an American ship historian / collector/ lecturer) by the author … and also includes a type written letter to Jon from Claes. Pristine shape One of a kind! 02/14
These were great little booklets handed out in the 50’s. The are much like a mini version the early Comparison booklets that Cunard did for most of these large ships in the 20’s and 30’s). Just restocked!
I love these packets! Assembled and handed out at the end of a 1979 Caribbean cruise, this containes 8 daily programs and 13 menus! The covers have some bumped edges … but the contents are supreme! She was enjoying her second life … almost forgotten were the gay French Line Flandre years!
Nice mini cruise deckplan for the Nieuw Amsterdam. All decks are printed on one side … very suitable for framing … . Love to look at these years to year and see what areas have changed. Wish this Lady was still around today … she was amazing! Restocked!
1934 Tourist tissue deckplan for one of the longest serving liners ever! She helped revive Italian Lines service after WW2 and then survived well into the decade of the 60’s … I would have loved to see those Baroque interiors! Very good condition for the age … with the tiniest of pin holes at the meeting of the folds.
Giant post card for the George Sharp designed Aquarama. she was the “oceanliner” of the great lakes durning the 50’s and 60’s. She was just towed to turkey for scrapping about 2 years ago after languishing at several locations on the Great Lakes for the past 3 decades. Mint and Unused
These are just about the best deckplans you can find for the QOB. This starts out as 8.5 x 11 and folds out to have 8 double sided sections. The huge plans cover almost 12 of these sections and 2 sections are devoted to the covers (great QOB image shown in a silvery hull) and 2 sections are devoted to QOB text! You can beat this baby!
A wonderfully thick brochure booklet advertising the 1926/27 ATW cruise for the EOS the and a 1926/27 Mediterranean cruise for the Empress Of France. Both started at NYC: The EOS steamed 28,400 miles and ended back in NYC 55 days later, The EOF went 10.937 and finished in Southampton after 33 days. There are 2 pages dedicated to each stop … one page being text and one being a portrait of a “citizen” at each exotic port of call. The ATW ports range from Algiers to Venice. Some minor edge wear and some age spots, but a beautiful brochure indeed!
Mint Janurary1962 passenger list for the Canton. Look at all the exotic destinations for these folks .. Bombay, Aden, Singapore etc. Crisp and nice … I’m sure it sat in a drawer for 40 years +.
An interesting “post card sized” 3rd class brochure of the NGI Colombo. There are 6 pages with b/w photos of public spaces and private quarters. The interior corners of each page are folded , and there is some writing on the back cover… still very rare and interesting item!
Nice folding deckplan from the early 60s for the Hanseatic. She was a very popular ship … till an engine room fire in NYC harbor cut her life short. She was quickly towed back to German and scrapped. The Zim line Shalom was quickly purchased as her replacement. Excellent condition w/ agency stamp.
A nice fold out for the Italian line fleet. Covers the Mike, Ralph, Leo and Chris. Includes an exterior picture of each ship, mini ship bio’s and some interior renderings and photos. Very nice mid 60’s fleet foldout.
Oh these French Line lists are great! This is from a 1953 voyage and covers First Class passengers. I’ll let you look through the names …could be somebody famous listed! She was a popular gal on the Atlantic. Excellent Condition.
A passenger list for the DOY dated August 1938. Several adverts inside including the Empress of Japan, Empress of Britain and the huge CPR hotel at Banff (still open today under different owners). Also includes an official portrait of the King and Queen in celebration of the opening of the “Empire” exhibit in Scotland.
Early post card sized foldout that unfolds into 16 frames (8 frames per side) showing mostly interior images (14) of the De Grasse and Ile de France. 2 of the other frames show ship profiles and statistics. The remaining 2 are the front and back covers. In French. Good condition with some fold marks at the seams.
Last true beauty for the Home lines! These plastic pin trays were very popular mementos in the 60’s and 70’s! There are in excellent contioion … probably bought onboard and put in a drawer for 30 years and forgotten. I have just heard the Oceanic is now destined for the scrappers =(.