Nice folder for the flagships last season … like new with a Brooklyn Heights Agency stamp.
Super nice DP Brochure for the 1974 seasons … the Fairsea would have been practically new out of her rebuild. Lovely giant centerfold with the ships port profile portrait and deck plans.
My favorite version of the famed cutaway for the Last American Flagship … suitable for framing!
Outstanding thick brochure covering the 1936 ATW crusie in detail. Several pages of info are lavished on the ship … the remaining mostly cover the ports and destinations … and several pages round out rates and misc info. Excellent condition… The only issue is the cover is loose from the booklet staples.
Super folding booklet covering the interiors of the Queen Frederica with lovely full color photos and some lighthearted graphics. In excellent condition with a Connecticut agency stamp on the rear.
Nice set of blue deck plans for the Queen …. Which started life as Matson Lines Malolo. Includes plans, a birds eye rendering of the ship and some interior photos. Connecticut Agency Stamp.
Lovely interior photo fold out for the little twin first class sisters. The fold out is printed on heavier stock with Green hues and golden lettering and details. Great condition … looks to never have been opened.
Lovely interior photo fold out for the “Green Goddess” cruise ship. The fold out is printed on heavier stock with Green hues and golden lettering and details. Good condition with a tiny tear and small pinholes at the fold lines.
Superb set of “blueprint” like deck plans done for the lovely Sea Venture .. per the fine print, these were printed specifically for the Travel Industry in 1970. The plans are double sided and contain 2 nice stateroom renderings as well. Like new condition … and printed in the USA.
Excellent and graphically superb brochure designed by Atelier Fossum for the lovely maiden year of the Vistafjord. The Norwegians had noting but love and praise for the new flagship. The interior is full of graphics , photos, renderings and information on what world be the last passenger ship built for the NAL. Excellent condition.
Lovely interior booklet with great graphics and color interior photos … and of course colored coded deck plans. In excellent condition … Baltimore MD agency stamp.
Nice and unusual fold out for the ss Australis ex America. In brand new condition with Onboard photos and typical cabin layouts.
5 QE2 onboard photos featuring Notorious Dicky Faber at some point during a cruise or crossing for Cunard’s 150 anniversary in 1990. Photo subjects range from cocktails in a lounge , dinner, 2 lifeboat deck scenes and a greeting with an officer.
Though happy at the time of the photos, it seems Dick’s later years were marred by his light-handed approach to “helping” himself to large parts of the Braynard collection under the guise of his fiduciary responsibilities. The online court documents and rulings make for interesting reading. Unfortunately for collectors, his shenanigans forever have altered the provenance of many, many items.
Super Nice fully colored cover for the ship fully stamped and cancelled specifically for the France.
Lovely cover for the SS France … the image is lightly embossed and the envelop is unused … though date is printed as 3/72.
Lovely guidebook given out to passengers crossing on the Ss United States in April of 1956. Gorgeous embossed front cover … the rear cover is an advert for the SS America.
A winter cruise for 1962 covering first class passengers Yves Robichon was the commanding officer.
This covers all classes and include some ship facts and some onboard photos. Folds out to a double sided plan and printed on heavier stock. Dated September 1970
This covers all classes and include some ship facts and some onboard photos. Folds out to a double sided plan and printed on heavier stock. Dated September 1972
Super nice deck plan for the lovely Statendam dated May 1968. HAL did pretty nice plans for the ships through the early 1970’s. Port Washington NY agency stamp.
Nice P. List in German for an August 1935 voyage from Hamburg.
A daily Menu covering all 4 ships … Hendrick Hudson , Alexander Hamilton, Peter Stuyvesant and Robert Fulton. Roast stuff Maryland turkey for $2.20? … Sign me up! Good condition with rounded and bent corners.
One of my favorite early items for the Green Goddess Caronia is this intro brochure … it just does not disappoint at all. It is filled with information on the ship … covering her building and launch and marvelous interiors. The interior renderings are mouthwatering and just ooze the essence of luxury that the ship would be known for throughout her life. Of course , the background colors are green … a nod toward her unique coloring … and details abound in rich gold-leaf. Through out the brochure the larger pages are separated with mini book mark like pages that call out specific details and even cover some on the art on board. The best brochure for Caronia collector. Very good condition with a few edge bumps and 3 mini tears on the front and back covers.
Hands down , this is the best interiors brochure for the lovely Rotterdam. She was and is a truly remarkable ship. The brochure if filled with lovely graphics and superb interior photography .. and this brochure is published in her native Dutch and come with the original mailing envelop.
Nice double sided deck plans for the later Home Lines vessel. Dated 10/84 this plan is in great condition with a little toning to the paper.