Lovely guide to the Queen Victoria … one of Cunard’s finest vessels for the 21st century. Lovely deck plans and interior images printed on heavy stock
Wonderful FC deck plan for the wonderful M2 …Each deck is tabbed and covered in full color. This was the color plan done for her very short lived Mediterranean career .. she would soon be scrapped.
Excellent fold out deck plan for the Reina … once she left the Pacific steam fleet and joined Union Castle. Dated in the later to mid 60’s … after the Transvaal Castle was renamed SA Vaal. In excellent shape with wonderful color interior photos.
One of the best plans ever done for a liner … these mid 1960’s plans combine all classes and well as the cut away that was done for the ship into one ultimate brochure plan. These are hard to fine in excellent shape .. and this one is really nice with just a touch of toning to the cover.
Nice early set of SSUS Cabin class deck plans .. these probably date to the early 1950’s. USL deck plans in this time period were superb … very detailed including photos and filled with color. This particular plan is in excellent condition.
Excellent brochure for the ships and ports of the GWF ships …the “banana boats”. 31 pages about half dedicated to the ships and the other half the ports. These were great little American build ships.
Excellent brochure book for the Lurline’s 67-68 season. This is filled with nice photos, graphics, deck Plans ands 2 pages of cabin descriptions. Excellent condition.
Once of the best booklets ever done for the ship … and printed by her Builders, the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company. The graphics and information in this booklet are outstanding. The booklet includes the schedule for the trials as well ands may facts and figures of the new mighty liner. I’m sure WFG approved of the design. Lovely centerfold starboard profile.Great condition with a little cover blemish in the upper right
Excellent little Lester Beal Pre Maiden voyage brochure and its original envelope for the mighty SSUS. Beal was a premium American graphic artist in the 1950’s … and he did brochures and other designs for USL ( even designing the cabin soap wrappers). These brochures were used after the Maiden Voyage and through the mid 50’s. There is a hand written note on the back that says “what a ship” .. I could not agree more.
These 3 wonderful sister were designed by George Sharp for the Southern American and African routes leaving out of New Orleans. The Interiors of these ships were the most modern in their day, great condition with a few small wrinkles.
Great little brochure for the Eastern (the St Lawrence to Buffalo) and Western (Lake Erie to Lake Superior) Routes for the CSL. In excellent condition.
WSL offered similar sized brochures for their post ward “BIG 3”: Olympic, Majestic and Homeric … as well as a larger deluxe “brown” edition for the 3 ships. This one is in great condition … the interior photos are excellent.
Excellent unused early Postcard for the palatial President Liners. Refurbished 535’s from WW1 formed the foundation of the Dollar fleets ATW and orient Services.
2 unused Postcards for the lovely Indy. Excellent condition.
Excellent brochure highlighting the First Class Interiors and accommodations of the Queens, Mauretania, Britannic, Caronia, Media and Parthia. Filled with many photos and good information. A Must have for the Cunard collector!
Wonderful Operations key and fob from the SS United States …this one for the Engrs Testing Lab on D deck. Keys are quite common for the passenger cabins … not so much for the operations areas of the vessel. This key is in excellent condition..
Wonderful Operations key and fob from the SS United States …this one for a trunk room on the Sports deck. There is a little blemish to the lettering. Keys are quite common for the passenger cabins … not so much for the operation areas of the vessel.
These shipbuilder reprints are always delightful … and so informative. Packed with all the information of the Original shipbuilder issue …and then supplemented with info from Mark Warren. These books never disappoint! Excellent large copy with original dustcover with minimal wear.
Nice Picture-coffee table book of all sorts of ships built and sailing in the 20th century …with a nice section on ocean and cruise ships. It looks like this was printed in 1977 … and given as a gift to a Lars Berger for Christmas that year. It is inscribed to “My Favorite future Ships Master … I hope he made it! Good condition and covers all sorts of maritime craft.
Great inaugural book for the Star Princess when she joined the fleet in 1989! Built at St Nazaire … she was the crème de la crème when she was new. This excellent book not only covers her building and design in detail … but gives us an excellent yet brief historical look at the industry and the P&O fleet.
Interesting log book given to passengers with pages of port and destination information and blank pages for diary and other notes to be added. This on is pristine and free from all notes. There is a light spot on the dark embossed cover … almost looks like it was a “bleach” spot … but I’m not sure what could have caused it LOL! Very interesting and in good condition. Lovely engraving like images and script inside.
Nice little timetable for the little Dutch Passenger- cargo vessel.
Nice deck directory for the SS Norway … complete with a simple starboard profile cutaway.
Lovely SS France Postcard … from a painting done in 1997 by John Batchelor. Brand new and in excellent condition.
7 dinner menus from the QE2’s 1908 ATW cruise. The earliest menu is dated Jan 21st, 1980 and the latest menu is dated April 5th. These all come with glossy covers … each one with the typical ware from use onboard.