Covers all the maritime dos and don’ts of a trip .. along with terms and services etc. Excellent condition and gold cover accents.
Catchy little ditty written for the Gripsholm. Printed on speckled paper and once sealed with the SAL 3 Crown logo.
This is my favorite brochure done for the France. It is full of great and unusual photos of public room and cabins as well as activities onboard. No date, but certainly after November 1969 when the SS United States was retired .. and the text advertises the France as the Longest Largest and FASTEST passenger ship. Excellent condition the is a label mark on the front cover.
Excellent deck plan booklet for the beautiful Sister ships. These were the 2 main American ships on the sun lane route. Note the White hull! Very descriptive key to the rooms onboard and in Excellent condition. Printed on medium weight stock.
Excellent deck plan booklet for the beautiful Sister ships. These were the 2 main American ships on the sun lane route. Very descriptive key to the rooms onboard and in Excellent condition. Note the Black Hull. Printed on heavier stock
Lovely Logan Reavis cutaway brochure done for the Magnificent and Fast American Flagship. The cutaway takes one side of the foldout the other side has round picture of various public spaces and cabins followed by descriptive text and a lovely section dedicated to the ships speed and the story of the Hales trophy. I have several of these available (stock image).
Beautiful brochure for the 4 1930’s ships Lurline: Mariposa: Monterey and Matsonia. The first part of the brochure covers the routes of the 7 seas and the latter part walks us through the interiors of the 4 beautiful ships. The Lanai suites on these ships were quite luxurious. Unusual double centerfold one dedicated to the routes and one showing the Lurline in profile. New perfect condition.
Superb Lunch menu for the lovely flagship. Written in both Italian and English … the menu has over 50 culinary delights. Excellent cover art by Silvio Pollomi . About 2 years and 2 months later she would be on the bottom of the Atlantic.
Superb Lunch menu for the lovely flagship. Written in both Italian and English … the menu has over 50 culinary delights. Excellent cover art by Silvio Pollomi. About 2 years and 2 months later she would be on the bottom of the Atlantic
Costa Marketing produced some of the finest brochures in the later 70’s and 80s … and this one for the Daphne sure is stunning. There are 16 pages of color interior photos as well as color coded deck plans. A beautiful cruise ship, she started life basically as a freighter for the Port Line. The text and information is written in 3 different languages: Italian, German and English: From 1979 when she joined the Costa fleet Excellent condition.
Stunning deck plan brochure for the magnificent cruises through the “French Canadian” water ways .. specifically the ST Lawrence and the Saguenay river. on the SS Richelieu. This would have been such a relaxing voyage! A stunning brochure in excellent like new condition.
Stunning deck plan brochure for the magnificent cruises through the “French Canadian” water ways on the SS Richelieu. The beautiful old ship would only make these cruises for a few more seasons before being forced into retirement due to her extensive wood construction. A stunning brochure in excellent like new condition.
CP’s world cruises were top notch in the 1930’s … and the Empress of Britain was assigned these duties form her completion till the start of WW2.
A magnificent ship in her on right … this glittering itinerary is well documented in this brochure. Excellent condition and packed with great photos and info.
Really cool chair for the 3rd class/Tourist Dining room on the beloved QM. When the ship made it to Long Beach … most of the 3rd class areas were immediately stripped and had furniture and fixture items sold off. So one would think the 3rd class items would be easier to find … but no so … it is somewhat uncommon to find these and especially in good condition. This will be awesome restored! The red leather seat is original .. but split and cracked. The “onboard equipment” plaque is still attached to the front of the chair as well. I will need to quote shipping … the site calculator will only be an estimate.
Great log card for the SS Baltic … this one with the famous rendered image of the ships port bow. Noted for luxury and steadiness over speed they were pure money earners for the fleet … my favorite was the last of the 4, the Adriatic. Nice photo image the card of for a voyage May 28th 1927
Great log card for the SS Albertic … on of WSL’s big four, a ship that came to WSL after WW1. Nice photo image the card of for a voyage June 8th 1929.
Great log card for the SS Baltic … on of WSL’s big four. Noted for luxury and steadiness over speed they were pure money earners for the fleet … my favorite was the last of the 4, the Adriatic. Nice photo image for a voyage from Jan6- Jan 15.. not year noted but commander Finch was in charge.
Great little souvenir item for the Lovely Rotterdam. A few marks for use .. but a neat item for an outstanding ship that is still with us!
Norwegian American Cruises as the reinvention of Norwegian American Lines once the Atlantic ferry traffic dried up. Great little ashtray … from either the Vistafjord or the Sagafjord.
Superb deluxe ATW brochure for the steady little Franconia. Her ATW cruises were somewhat legend and well done on the little intimate ship (post war this task was solely allotted to the Caronia). Absolutely great wrap around covers and lots if info on the inside of this thick brochure.
Gosh-darned-rootin-tootin best brochure done for the lovely post war lle. Her interiors were mostly redesigned and upgraded … but they NEVER lost their early deco influences. Packed with Photos …this is an excellent brochure! Outstanding Marin Marie Centerfold of this beauty that would make Hugh Hefner blush if he liked ships like he likes the gals.!
Probably the best brochure ever done for this later Home Liner … the SS Atlantic. Designed and based on the marvelous Oceanic of 1965. The interiors renderings are magnificent! These are somewhat hard to find … a few nicks to the cover.
John’s earliest and best known liner book that covers the development of liners from their earliest days. A great work and worthy of any collection. I personally did not like John and his rather pompous uppity Shakespearian-prose approach to liner and maritime history, it seems a little overpowering and formal (Frank Braynard’s work ran circles around this guy).
These CP plans are typically top notch … and this one does not disappoint. HUGE and contains many photos and shows every room in nice detail. I live the EOJ -EOS and later the totally cool Hanseatic.
2 nice mini items that Cunard printed and handed out to everyone that would take a handful. The Wonder ships covers the QE and the QM and the Conquest is a mini story for Cunard’s evolution. Great reference and factual items for all collectors!