Dubbed The Factual Story of a Great Ship” .. a nice souvenir booklet done for the Mary early in her hotel career in Long Beach. Certainly dated to the 70’s …. The ship has been through a few owners since then … including Disney. A good quick reference guide to her service history and early LB years.
Excellent copy of the famous book done in the mid 1990s by author James Steele. This book is exceptionally well written and loaded with excellent photos, graphics and lovely artwork. This is printed on super high quality paper and is hardbound. A must have for any Queen Mary Lover … one of my favorite newer books on the Mary.
Super little brochure for the wonder ships queens Mary and Elizabeth. Chock a block full of facts and tidbits. This is dated 12/64. Within 5 years both ships would be retired and gone form the Atlantic.
One of my favorite Evers prints for the Queen consorts …. Showing them passing in mid-ocean. In good condition ( some fading and a little moisture blemish in the corner) this print comes from the exclusive Peter Knego collection and made in the “Getting there is half the Fun” era. I will have the quote shipping for this item specifically … the site shipping calculator will not be accurate.
Great little oversized flyer for the Franny’s 1967 Easter Cruise to Bermuda.
Lovely school kit … certainly purchased onboard for a lucky little kiddo .. I wonder why it was never used? Contains a pouch, pencil, sharpener, ruler and eraser … all adorned with a lovely likeness for her majesty! Never used in original packaging!
Lovely set of 8 consecutive daily programs from the QE 2. These are dated from Friday May 14the 1976 through Frida May 21st 1976. Excellent condition.
2 QM gaming sheets one of Twenty Questions and one for Nautical Miscellany. There were popular daily activities with prizes for all passengers,
Nice Main Lounge concert program dated May 1 1966. Famed Captain JT Jones was in command on this voyage … she had about a year and a half left in Cunard Service
Interesting flyer and memo advertising the Ship enthusiasts cruise held in conjunction with e world cruise society over the Thanksgiving holiday in 1977. This 9day cruise left NY on November 17 for 9 days. John Maxtone Graham (ick) would have been a lecturer onboard and Carl Evers Maritime artist was also a guest.
Nice DP for CY Tung’s unrealized dream to operate the ex Queen Elizabeth as a cruising university ship. Englewood NJ agency stamp. Double sides and crisp fold lines! Like new.
Nicely framed, this is a really nice maiden voyage stamp for the lovely QE2!
Lovely Silver souvenir spoon for the Sagafjord when she was part of the Cunard fleet. In original case and in excellent shape
Nice heavy souvenir tray for the Hugh Cunarder. I do not thing this is an ashtray … looks like it was used for coins and does have some slight marring to the bottom. Nicely etched with a starboard profile of the ship. In used condition
Nice little souvenir plate for the lovely Sagafjord’s world cruise dated Jan-April 1988. Super nice condition … I would have been about a year out of high school during this cruise. She would have been jointly operate by NAC and Cunard at this time.
Over sized card for the Queen Elizabeth. I believe these were used to print voyage log information on toward the end of her career. Excellent condition. Older style Cunard lettering
Over sized card for the Queen Elizabeth. I believe these were used to print voyage log information on toward the end of her career. Excellent condition. Newer style Cunard lettering
Cunard: 9 issues of QE2 Times Onboard Newspaper
These 9 various issues are dated from 2/6/83 through 3/9/83. All in good used condition.
White Star Line: Homeric: The Ship of Splendor “Brown” Brochure.
These “brown” brochures were printed for White Stars largest ships in the 20’s .. and cover their glamorous interiors with great b/w photos. The Homeric was known as the “Ship Of Splendor”…. Her lovely first class interiors are covered with a few photos of second cabin areas included as well. Great condition! Born as the Columbus for NDL, she came to WSL after WW1. Good condition there is a little scuffing and corner page folds.
White Star Line: Majestic: The World’s Largest Ship “Brown” Brochure.
These “brown” brochures were printed for White Stars largest ships in the 20’s .. and cover their glamorous interiors with great b/w photos. The text starts with the title: Majestic: An Ocean Borne Palace … which hit the nail on the head. Her lovely first class interiors are covered with a few photos of second cabin areas included as well. Great condition!
Cunard Line: Caronia North Cape Cruise 1966 Folder
Excellent full color folder for the Caronia’s NC cruise. There is a feature section for her refitted lido deck and NJ Agency stamp. Like New condition
Cunard: Franconia Tourist Deck Plans July 1963
Nice tourist plans for the lovely Franconia … the reconditioned and renamed Ivernia. She went from crossing to cruising when the Canadian passenger traffic was in decline and could no longer support 4 ships. Nice B&W interior photos … I once had 2 chairs form the Mayflower room that were sold to a great family that immigrated to Canada on the Ivernia.
Cunard White Star: RMS Queen Mary Voyage Portfolio with Voyage mementos
Lovely First Class Portfolio that includes stunning full color photos of the ship’s interiors. This includes menus, programs, invitations, word games, Information booklet etc etc. Really a nice collection from a November 1962 crossing. Great condition.
Cunard White Star: 3 Classes of Interior Brochures dated 1949
Excellent set of 3 interior brochures covering First, Cabin and Tourist classes on the Post War Cunard fleet. The ships included are the Britannic, Mauretania, Caronia QM, QE, Media and her sister Parthia. Excellent condition and great photographs.
Super nice to purchase as an entire set.
A very nice 4 page folding brochure highlighting the Mauretania 2’s new southern route service. The color brochure includes many onboard and interior photos … passengers enjoying food, sunny decks and activities onboard. Some writing on the cover … I wonder whatever happened to the “clipping” that was inside per the cover note.