The book celebrating Cunard’s 150 year anniversary. Packed with great photos and historical information … a must have reference for any Cunard buff and crony.
Nice guide to the ports visited by the Cunard ships in the 70’s and early 80’s.
Huge passenger list done in gold and green. there is a lovely golden profile of the QE2 on the cover. The cruise started on January 17th 1983 … which was my 14th birthday. All names in green ink. The cover has some scuffs and silverfish nibbles … the rest of the booklet is in pristine shape.
Sponsored by Raymond Whitcomb these years cruises were quite popular in the 1920’s and 1930’s. the Carinthia was often used for these types of chartered cruise services. There are several pages dedicated to the ship … but most of the booklet covers the destinations and tours etc. Outstanding cover art. 88 pages! All here , the cover has been cello taped at some point in the past and shows some bumps.
Someone for sure swiped this from an onboard smoking room, Excellent condition.
Great set of deck plans for temporary Tourist Class for the Britannic. Interesting Cunard symbol on the cover as well as the ship is listed as a “Luxury Liner” In good shape with a little browning to the edges and some cover scuffs. Note a common item to find !
Great set of deck plans for Tourist Class on the Britannic. Several pictures of the ship and her interiors as well as plane with furniture graphics. In great shape with a little browning to the edges
Lovely cruise offering for the 3 ships … the Megantic, New York and St Paul. the New York and St Paul were certainly OLD by this time … but they still were put to work on “West Indies” cruises. Lots of good info on these 3 ships. Lovely green cover graphics. In good condition and printed on heavier newsprint.
Great notice for lovely little Cunard vessel. The notice gives all sorts of information including info on the Special train etc. The Laconia was a tragic loss in WW2.
Nice Travel map of Europe .. of course shows all ports serviced by IMM. Several pictures of ships and some interior room shots. Good shape, though a few seam separations and edge bumps. Dated 1932 … Art deco cover art … at least one picture of the MV Britannic …newest member of the fleet.
Excellent QM Frank Mason Rendering … looks like this was given to folks to celebrate the ladies Maiden voyage .. as it is stamped may 27th 1936. There is some scuffing but it is really a rare and beautiful item that is suitable for framing.
Two great temporary plans for the Mauretania 2 from 1947. This is a set of interesting plans for the ship as she was coming into service after WW2. there is a great profile picture of the ship … but no interior photos yet. Both in good shape, the CC plans do have a little rust on the cover.
Two interesting “Maxcard” views of the QE2. Both show her with her last funnel configuration … boldly painted in Red and Black. She is still languishing in Dubai today.
Brand new box of QE playing cards … trimmed in blue. These are in excellent shape and perfect for your collection!
Great Little French Brochure of the “Paquebots Celebres” of the Cunard line. Neat little Cunard history written in French. 12 pages of information and photos of the fleets various ships. Also shows the Liverpool and NYC offices. Wonderful Pictures!
Really interesting little brown brochure featuring cabin and second class accommodations aboard many vessels in the fleet: covers Mauretania, Berengaria, Aquitania, Caronia, Carmania, Antonia, Andania, Saxonia and even interestingly the Tyrrhenia. Many Exterior and interior pictures. In good overall shape with some scuffs and there is a water mark on the cover.
One side is a lovely detailed travel map of Ireland … the other side the other side features the cover art, WSL information and a lovely feature picture of the New Georgic. Dated March 1933 .. there is alsom mention of the Georgic’s sister Britannic and the lovely Adriatic. great shape with tiny tiny openings at the seam intersections.
Cute as a buttom little folding leaflet for the 66 day Med cruise that started on 1/23/1959: 66 days, 22 ports, 19 countries and 14414 miles. pinky colored front cover and Lovely info and ship picture on the real cover too!
Lovely little track chart handed out to passengers so they could mark the ships progress accross the mighty ocean . This is unused and is in excellent shape. There are 4 pictures inside of AL’s proudest ships: the 3 funneled Transylvania and Caledonia, as well as the single funneled California and Cameronia.
Cute little trinket dish from the QM … a model of the ship is mounted about a little blue dish made from waves of the ocean. Good for pins or paperclips! Good shape with minor paint loss on the black hull.
Excellent set of cards for the QE2. These have a lovely profile of the ship on a blue and green background and trimmed in gold. The cards are sealed in plastic and have never been used. The case is a little scuffed.
Large set of silver and blue plans for the Sagafjord as she was sailing for Cunard. Dated 4/89 the plan is in great shape with a tiny water spot at one of the fold lines. Stock photo.
Large deckplan printed for the Vistafjord when she was sailing for Cunard. Not soon after she would be renamed Caronia: Printed in Blue and silver the plan is in excellent condition, dated 4/89.
These little tip trays were all the souvenir rage in the 70’s and 80’s.. excellent shape and lovely! Both ships had long lives for Cunard before going onto other owners.
Excellent unopened and sealed in a plastic w/ a protective clear case. Pristine condition.