Lovely and favorite children’s Novel “The House at Pooh Corner” stamped with the Cunard gold crest on the cover and inside “Queen Mary Library.” In great condition, it was probably a very popular book with traveling Nanny’s to lure the little ones to sleep. Greta condition!
The culmination of selling tools for Gene Darcy’s Ocean liner “wares” would be this catalogue he produced showing many of the items available for purchase. He started is company selling items scrapped from the Queen Mary in Long Beach and then added other ships and items after the initial sales successes. From the somewhat humble start, greed and growth soon set in and many of the later items he added have been proven to be of fictitious historical provenance .. though some of these later “replica” items have now become collectible as well. The catalogue is in excellent condition and provides a fantastic glimpse into items sold.
Great brochure / Vacation planner for the 69/70 season. The QE2 would make her debut alongside a few of the older ships that would soon be retired and sold off.
2 great onboard photos! One showing a couple making their way down a veneered staircase and the second of a group enjoying the sun outside on cushioned deck chairs. Great condition!
Nice time table for the Cunard Fleet … this time period would see the end of the Queen Elizabeth. One small chip/tear and some writing on the cover.
Great profile booklet for Cunard Line operations in 1994. The QE2 was still the queen of the fleet and had about another decade of life left in service. Excellent artistic rendering of her funnel on the cover. Great shape!
The Qe is proudly shown on the cover … and she would be withdraw from service in 1968 … the end was near! a little scuffed .. but nice item.
1947 passage Rate folder for biggest Cunard’s post war ships Queen Elizabeth, Mary and the Mauretania 2.
Great little souvenir pencil for the Giant QE. The little ship once floated in an oil substance … that has long since dried up and disappeared. Hard to clearly photograph..Still works!
I love the Mauretania two … she is just like a little Lizzie! This is a great interiors fold out … One of my favorite items for this ship.
Really cool chair for the 3rd class/Tourist Dining room on the beloved QM. When the ship made it to Long Beach … most of the 3rd class areas were immediately stripped and had furniture and fixture items sold off. So one would think the 3rd class items would be easier to find … but no so … it is somewhat uncommon to find these and especially in good condition. This will be awesome restored! The red leather seat is original .. but split and cracked. The “onboard equipment” plaque is still attached to the front of the chair as well. I will need to quote shipping … the site calculator will only be an estimate.
Great log card for the SS Baltic … this one with the famous rendered image of the ships port bow. Noted for luxury and steadiness over speed they were pure money earners for the fleet … my favorite was the last of the 4, the Adriatic. Nice photo image the card of for a voyage May 28th 1927
Great log card for the SS Albertic … on of WSL’s big four, a ship that came to WSL after WW1. Nice photo image the card of for a voyage June 8th 1929.
Great log card for the SS Baltic … on of WSL’s big four. Noted for luxury and steadiness over speed they were pure money earners for the fleet … my favorite was the last of the 4, the Adriatic. Nice photo image for a voyage from Jan6- Jan 15.. not year noted but commander Finch was in charge.
Superb deluxe ATW brochure for the steady little Franconia. Her ATW cruises were somewhat legend and well done on the little intimate ship (post war this task was solely allotted to the Caronia). Absolutely great wrap around covers and lots if info on the inside of this thick brochure.
2 nice mini items that Cunard printed and handed out to everyone that would take a handful. The Wonder ships covers the QE and the QM and the Conquest is a mini story for Cunard’s evolution. Great reference and factual items for all collectors!
Great log card for the SS Celtic … on of WSL’s big four. Noted for luxury and steadiness over speed they were pure money earners for the fleet.
Nice photo image the card of for a voyage dated 9/5/1925. Commander Berry was in charge!
Mini brochure for the services these little one funneled liners offered in the later 20’s. Deep cobalt cover with golden trimmings … just a great little brochure with nice pictures … lovely profile inside as well. Nice condition.
Exceptional high quality Henning Model completed for the Cunard sisters. Super high quality, this would have been a travel agency display. The plexi-glass case shows a little crazing at the ends. These sisters were once chartered to Chandris. I’ll have to quote shipping, the calculator will not be accurate. Approx 36″ long!
Exceptional high quality Henning Model completed for the Great Pacific Cruise of the QE2. Super high quality , this would have been the ultimate souvenir item you could purchase to celebrate and remember your voyage. This would be the centerpiece of any QE2 collection MINT condition! Shipping will need to be quoted, the automatic calculator will not be accurate. Approx 24″ long.
Nice straightforward B/W plans done for this Canadian lady liner! Great shape! Printed on nice heavy stock
Nice straightforward B/W plans done for this Canadian lady liner! Once of my favorite Cunard ships ever. Printed on nice heavy stock
Great fold out showing CC interiors for the 2 Queens, Mauretania 2 and Caronia. You have to love British Deco .. just great photographs!
2 great early companion items for the QE2’s first season in service. Both items are packed with info, pristine and like new.
One of the most popular post war brochures for the royal consorts .. this has the spectacular Carl Evers rendering on the cover showing the 2 ships passing in Mid Atlantic. Though the cover has some blemish, the inside of this brochure is awesome and full of sepia toned photos of the interiors of both vessels. Great item!