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.
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 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.
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 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.
Nice souvenir ceramic ash tray from the mid 1980’s which also features Howard Hughes “Spruce Goose” airplane. Excellent condition.
Great ticket holder in excellent condition. Lovey gold Cunard lion and Red Cunard lettering.
Great leather ticket holder in excellent condition. Includes the Cunard Travel documents booklet … and dates to a 2004 QE2 Eastbound Crossing. The cover is embossed with Cunard lettering and the Lion symbol.
Pretty simple souvenir … and something for daily use!
4 great cards for the speedy Mauretania. All 4 are unsent .. though one is written on.
All 3 cards have some wear … 1 of them has some writing. One of Cunard’s most successful liners.
4 daily programs from 1974 as well as the Greek Line Bermuda colored “magazine” In good condition. Lots of activities onboard.
Great unused card for the Carmania. She had a good life with Cunard and was best known for her fierce battle in WW1 with the German Cap Trafalgar.
Unused and in nice condition … showing the ship at speed with a bone in her teeth and smoke and steam coming out her stacks.
Nice set of cards for the speedy Campania. Both are unsent and not written on or sent … but do have some age and wear spots.
Exceptional book written by Don Lynch and Illustrated by renown artist Ken Marschall. Ken’s artwork shines through almost every page of the book .. a true master
These seems to date form a March Med cruise … probably in the early 1930’s. The Artwork and graphics are superb and represent stops at Athens, Monaco, Madeira, Algiers, Haifa, Constantinople, Gibraltar and Naples. In all of them you can see a WSL ship in the harbor … mostly a Big 4 Vessel (like Adriatic) … though the vessel at Constantinople is surely Homeric. The edges are bumpy as if removed from a folder or booklet and most have some fold lines etc. Nice set though!
Dated just 11 days before the Great Wall Street Stock Crash of 1929… is this lovely little horseracing program the carefree passengers would have enjoyed. It looks like there would have been 6 different races!
Simple heavy board menu card for the then tiny Germanic … at one time she would have been the largest ship in the fleet! Olives and Caviar top the list of selections … Devilled Sardines are at the end and would never have been on my plate. Dated 6/21/1908.
Typical sailings folder for the WSL fleet … also includes Canadian and shared services … lovely ad for the Belgenland’s 3rd world cruise. Stamped James Jennison and printed on very smooth paper.