Great little bakelite ashtray from any fleet vessel in the 1950’s. Made by the Fraser glass company. In good shape with onboard typical use.
Lovely Passenger list for the RMS Canada ship Managed by the Dominion Line. This is a List of Cabin Passengers dated September 24th, 1921. Interesting this also mentions the Regina as completing and the Doric as building. Unusual item!
Nice dinner menu dated 9-11-32. Lots of great items … though my favorite would have been the Lemon Ice cream with wafers. Nice sailing ship “Rolling Home” sketch show at the top of the menu. This has been folded.
Looks like Proposed sailings folder was published in Feb 1924. This covers several routs including sailings from NYC, Philadelphia and Canada to Southampton, Liverpool Hamburg .Interestingly, the first 2 voyages for the Majestic and Homeric are crossed out… wonder why? Nice Olympic drawings on the cover. A little writing on the cover.
Nice Concert and activity program for the little Cymric dates July 24th 1907. It long slike there were 6 musical selections followed by a presentation of onboard Sports awards. Interestingly, this was printed on onboard writing room stationery. Nice embossed WSL flag.Unusual!
Lovely Concert program for the entertainment presented in the main Lounge on January, 1 1933. There were 6 selections including the Star Spangled Banner and God Save the King.
Nice Log card for the RMS Cedric Dated 1927. She left Boston on 12/18, spent Christmas at sea and arrived in Liverpool on 12/26/1927. Her average speed was 15/72 Knots. There is some spotting and browning to the log card.
Love portrait post card for the stout MV Britannic. She was the next to the last new build for the WSL and lasted into 1960. Great Image!
Nice WSL Majestic Log card dates Aug 30 – Sep 4,1934. It looks like the last days run was her best: 592 miles. She averaged 23.16 knots. In nice yet darkened and aged condition.
Super Passenger List for the little Canopic dates July 3, 1923. Nice shape with a small area of liquid residue at the top of some of the pages.
A very nice set of Preliminary plans for the Flagship … the world was awaiting with baited breath for her to make her debut when these were printed. Great condition … these have only been unfolded a few times as far as I can tell.
Dated 2/21/1964, the Mauretania was on her “Cruise to the Atlantic Isles”. She would have been painted green by this time … Cunard desperately trying to mimic the Caronia’s style with the Mauretania. It didn’t really work … just about a year and a half later she was sold to the scrappers. Contains an inserted errata page and some additional passenger information.
What a magnificent cruise this must have been … starting jan16th from NYC and Arrive back there on April 16th ..3 months of QE2 bliss! You would have started through the Panama Canal on Jan 24th and returned through on April 4th after your Pacific Adventure! Great condition.
Nice flyer guide on the voyage through the canal zone. These would have been available on any cruise through the canal … this particular one has a photo on the QE2 inside and well as tankers, freighters and other craft.
She was offering over 30 Atlantic crossings for this season. Nice little brochure stuffed with info and in great shape.
Wonderful set of QE2 deck plans dated February 197. There are like new condition … probably never even opened
Great fabric ticket folder … looks to be the Aquitania on the cover. Line all ships prior to ww1 .. they made most of their profits on carrying steerage from the old world to the new. Excellent condition.
Great mini reproduction poster for Cunard’s 20 thousand tonners of the 1920’s. These ships were the workhorses of the fleet and did everything from crossings to cruises. Great condition and suitable for framing
Great reproduction poster for the Smaller A class of sisters that were built to be the slower workhorses of the fleet . Suitable for Framing!
Nice reproduction mini poster of the 1905 sisters Carmania and Caronia. In order to test the efficiency of the new fangled turbine equipment, the Caronia was built with turbines and the Carmania was outfitted with traditional reciprocating machinery. Of course, Turbines won with superior performance. This poster is perfect for framing.
Great original copy of the Shipbuilder Magazine … this one dating from 1914 and completely dedicated to Cunard’s Aquitania. The covers and spine are a little worn but the interior pages are 100% complete and great… right down to the plans and color plates. If the Aquitania is your ship … this is a must have item. Many folks have these rebound with hard covers … this could be a great candidate for that. An absolute treasure!
Great little PL for the QM … not many travelers … her capacity and profits were sorely hurting by 1966.
Super Nice copy of the Inaugural brochure for the QM2 … packed with all sorts of inserts, plans and info on the ship. Great condition.
Probably one of the most practical souvenir gifts you could have bought onboard … were these great little mirrors. The image of the ship as she steams along is an excellent birds-eye head-on view. The little protective pouch looks to be new. Great little item.
One of the many things that came with the ship when she reached Long Beach that would make their way into the onboard gift shops were the tens of thousands of different linen items that were used during her service life. This towel does come with spots and signs of use … but is in overall great condition. You can just see “Cunard Line” woven into the thread designs .. as well as a little Cunard tag on the side. These are large approx. 18×30. Perfect for a Cunard or QM collection.