A beautiful graphic brochure for the OO fleet. I find it fascinating how CY Tung grew his business and fleet from rag tag used tonnage into a worldwide shipping enterprise. Really beautiful photos and graphics!
Great little passenger list for the lovely intimate America with some minor bumps and signs of age.
Great little passenger list for the lovely intimate America. Lovely Golden eagle on the cover with some bumps and signs of age.
Lovely little paper matchbook with great 50’s/ 60’s graphics w/ Federico C’s silhouette.
A nice part of 60/70’s Cunard match packs and a little QE2 box of wooden matches (the box is a little flattened). Good shape and still usable.
Once of my favorite Baggage Tag styles are these post war gems from the Cunard Line. In great condition. I have several and one or 2 of them have a little baggage sticker residue on them.
A wonderful little brochure that covers Cunard history and has a lot of fun “comparison“ facts about many of the old and current ships. These brochures took several different forms … this is one of my favorites graphically.
One of my favorite set of post war Cunard brochure are these that covered the different classes (First, Cabin and Tourist). The Cabin class one here shows the wonderful interiors on the Queens, Mauretania and Caronia. I would have loved to cross on any of these ships. Excellent condition.
Very Nice Russian Language deck plan for the Flagship of the soviet fleet. The plan does include some color interior and life aboard type views. Polish up on you Russian!
Certainly, the best DP and Interior foldouts done for the ship … when she was purchased second hand, rebuilt and brought into the fleet. She would later burn =(. Great plan with good interior pictures as well
A simple deck plan done for the ship … dates from later in her life. Great condition with a little writing and Agency stamp on the front.
Probably the best DP and Interior foldouts done for the ship, I think these were used throughout the 50’s and into the mid 60’s until some of the public rooms were “updated”. Nothing can beat the Zebra room for zany design! Excellent condition.
One of my favorite images of these consorts passing in Mid Atlantic at a combined speed over 50 MPH. This print was professionally matted and reframed in the original frame at some point in the recent past. Super condition and perfect for any Cunard collection. Sorry for the reflections on the glass.
A very early “Golden Fleet” DP/ Brochure for the young Carnival fleet. From a humble start with this one ship … Carnival became the worlds largest cruise line operator. Excellent condition and photos. Lots of nice color .. a Farkus touch I’m sure
A very early “Golden Fleet” DP/ Brochure for the young Carnival fleet. From a humble start with this one ship … Carnival became the worlds largest cruise line operator. Excellent condition and photos.
Great Schedule for the combined fleet in 1936. Good used condition.
Nice little tissue deck plan for the wonderful long lived Berlin. She started life for SAL in the mid 1020’s and became Germany’s Premier liner in the early 1950’s. Some writing .. but interesting item!
Nice set of 6 Cunard reprinted postcards …. 5 of them are the famous Turner views. The remaining one in the 1950’s is a pre WW2 card.
Great set of 8 reprinted postcards for the early days of Ocean Liners. Good condition and wrapped in plastic.
Matson’s version of a deck plan was called a room plan and this one is a great post war plan for the Lurline. Now I have to Admit , Matson reused the name Lurline so many damn times I don’t know off the top of my head which 1930’s ship this was actually was originally. Great condition
Nice plan brochure fold out for Carnival’s first ship the Mardi Gras. Interestingly this 1974 brochure first I know of to refer to the ships as “fun ships” which has been the tag line for Carnival marketing forever. The old CP Empress of Canada went to the breakers in the early 2000’s.
Great Mauretania Color Cruise Plan …. this was probably at one time inserted into a brochure. These colored plans a re wonderful, large and show lots of details the smaller plans did not. Oddly folded is the only detraction
Great tissue deck plan for the Europa … one of the fastest liners of the 1930’s. Very detailed and in great condition. Dated September 1934. She would go to the French post WW2 and live again as the Liberte.
AN exceptional double set of playing cards for Homeric. These are still wrapped in cellophane and come in the original box! … Love the Homeric Graphic on the deep blue background.
Lovely gold accented brochure with rendering of life about the Cunard liners of the 50’s. The graphics throughout are stunning and scream Mid Century design! Oh to have been onboard one of these British ladies!