Lovely FC Brochure for the Major Cunarder’s post WW2 … covers ships like the Queens, Caronia and Mauretania. Lots of interiors pictures … all showing the use of woods from all over the empire. A vertical crease is the only detraction.
An oversized post card for the beautiful Conte Di Savoia … Probably my favorite interwar Italian Lady. There are “pin holes at the corner … someone lovingly had this lovely card tacked up so they could look at her all the time.
Interesting single baggage tag … actually marked “Atlantic Cruise Lines” … must have been some sort of short term Charter for the TS Carla C ( ex Flandre). Excellent condition.
A mint blue cover deck plan for the NDKL Europa … the old SAL Kungsholm. She was purchased to run in tandem with the Bremen.. one the new Kungsholm 3 was in the works. Excellent condition!
A mint red cover deck plan for the NDKL Europa … the old SAL Kungsholm. She was purchased to run in tandem with the Bremen.. one the new Kungsholm 3 was in the works. Excellent condition!
these B&W Cunard deck plans for the late50’s and early 60’s are always nice! I’m fascinated laying deckplans side by side and viewing the changes made over their refits. Great condition …like new !
I love these great deck plan booklets that AE did for their ships in the 60’s. These are sturdy and well done … love the graphics!
A super model of a super ship … the Oceanic. The first real major ship designed for full time cruising … her plans changes while she was still being build. the model is in wonderful condition!
I think this was the final premier brochure done for the Ile … and it is exceptionally gorgeous. Full of Interior photos and the lovely MMarie centerfold. This will be a post War centerpiece to your Ile De France collection. Fine Mint condition
The best brochure done for the little Flandre. Full of large interior photos and the lovely MMarie Centerfold. Excellent, excellent condition.
4 menus from the famous Americian Flagship! These do have some bumped edges and some discoloration 2 for Breakfast and 2 for dinner .. all different dates and voyages.
Excellent ceramic ashtray ..for 4 lines: Tirrenia, Italia, LLoyd Triestino and Adriatica. In great shape with a galleon of sorts in the bowl.
Great and brand new Tumbler for a current HAL ship. As I type this, It looks like the ship is in Glacier Bay Alaska!
A set of excellent Souvenir dishes for the twin German flyers: Bremen and Europa. An innovative and powerful hit when there were new … they soon suffered from anti- Nazism feelings and sentiment. Excellent high quality.. I believe these dishes are porcelain … with real gold rim accents.
Great booklet for the 1952 North Cape Cruise with lovely line drawings by American artist John Holmgren. Hard cover and in good shape … there is a stamp on the inside for the “SS Poverty”. Approx 30 pages.
Great booklet covering the impressive Angelina Lauro. Filled with info, graphics photos and of course a nice fold out section of deck plans. Barely legible Delaware Agency stamp on the cover and a little corner rumple (should press flat under weight). Like New!
Great Gala Menu dated June 9. 1962. Lots of good food … Captain Alexanderson in charge. A small stain inside … could be a spot from wine.
Super lot of menus … 3 Breakfast and 4 luncheon from a voyage in November of 1954. These folks ate very well. In nice clean used condition.
2 SSUS Ephemera items for the ship dated in October of 1957. There is a breakfast and a Luncheon menu … packed full of interesting foods as well as an onboard newspaper filled with ship and world news. All in good shape.
So famous was the SSUS when she was launched, many manufacturers capitalized on her image and story. This needle packet is almost complete and bears a cartoony image of the mighty ship! IT Sparkles!
Great little puzzle for the Queen Mary … more than likely bought onboard in one of the the hotel gift shops. Excellent condition … the puzzle pieces are still sealed.
Nice tag from the Oceanic in great shape with a little browning around the edges. Nice string and unused condition.
A dancing pooch on the cover plays what looks to be a cello … hovering over an embossed Italian Line Logo. Inside is the list of the musical pieces performed on 18 August 1938. Some age spot and browning … really interesting!
Neat little Festi Equatorial program for a 1927 voyage on the “Green Count”. Crossing the equator was always a major event on any ship on such a voyage. Good Condition with some browning and minor blemishes.
Nice little music program for the Conte Grande .. for a voyage just months into WW2.The Conte Grande would survive WW2 and return to the Italians after hard war service. A little aged and interesting!