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.
The perfect little souvenir for the perfect little cruise ship. Excellent condition
Great little light weight brass dinner bell souvenir for the Lovely Queen. This could use some polish and shine energy… but all the parts are sound and includes 2 little hammers. Brass accents.
Excellent photo frame album for the QE2. Made from leather, this is NIB and in brand new condition. This will display 2 large ( approx. 5×7) photos. Excellent!
Lovely QE2 printed by the renowned artist and captain Stephen Card. This comes frame in a simple black frame from its original owner. Showing the QE2 something before her mid 1980’s conversion … her funnel is still white and in it’s original configuration.
A nice part of 60/70’s Cunard match packs and a little QE2 box of wooden matches (the box is a little flattened). Good shape and still usable.
A wonderful little brochure that covers Cunard history and has a lot of fun “comparison“ facts about many of the old and current ships. These brochures took several different forms … this is one of my favorites graphically.
One of my favorite set of post war Cunard brochure are these that covered the different classes (First, Cabin and Tourist). The Cabin class one here shows the wonderful interiors on the Queens, Mauretania and Caronia. I would have loved to cross on any of these ships. Excellent condition.
One of my favorite images of these consorts passing in Mid Atlantic at a combined speed over 50 MPH. This print was professionally matted and reframed in the original frame at some point in the recent past. Super condition and perfect for any Cunard collection. Sorry for the reflections on the glass.
Nice set of 6 Cunard reprinted postcards …. 5 of them are the famous Turner views. The remaining one in the 1950’s is a pre WW2 card.
Lovely FC Brochure for the Major Cunarder’s post WW2 … covers ships like the Queens, Caronia and Mauretania. Lots of interiors pictures … all showing the use of woods from all over the empire. A vertical crease is the only detraction.
these B&W Cunard deck plans for the late50’s and early 60’s are always nice! I’m fascinated laying deckplans side by side and viewing the changes made over their refits. Great condition …like new !
Great booklet for the 1952 North Cape Cruise with lovely line drawings by American artist John Holmgren. Hard cover and in good shape … there is a stamp on the inside for the “SS Poverty”. Approx 30 pages.
Great little puzzle for the Queen Mary … more than likely bought onboard in one of the the hotel gift shops. Excellent condition … the puzzle pieces are still sealed.
Nice black mechanical pencil for the mighty QE! The mini ship used to float … but the oil in the reservoir has long since evaporated .. priced accordingly
Nice red mechanical pencil for the mighty QE! The mini ship used to float … but the oil in the reservoir has long since evaporated .. priced accordingly
Nice large deck plan for the beautiful QE2. The tag line touts the 9 new reasons to travel onboard the QE2. These range from the midnight buffet … to the new suites and accommodations. Pretty nice with a few pen and pencil markings.
The first and best brochure ever done for the “Greatest Ocean Liner of our time” .. the QM2. Super thick and filled with renderings of her interiors and all other sorts of great info about the ship. These are getting harder to find .. though Cunard printed lots of them!
Nice fold out that covers cruises by the Berengaria, Aquitania, Samaria, Franconia. A little scuffing dated April 4 1933
Great little QE and Carmania/Franconia fold out … advertising Atlantic voyages and Bermuda holidays.
Lovely menu for June 12, 1950 .. a little yellowed inside … but the real treat here is the cover … which shows profiles of the early Post WW2 fleet. The only ship missing is the Georgic which was making austerity voyages for the Government.
Interesting little booklet brochure for the tourist class interiors of the Queens, Mauretania, and Britannic. Great condition with a little scuffing normal to a 60+ year old document. There is a Pottstown Pennsylvania Agency Stamp on the back cover.
Interesting little booklet brochure for the post war fleet ships and their interiors and amenities. Covers the Queens, Caronia, Mauretania, Media/Parthia, Britannic. There is a small rip to the cover .. otherwise normal wear and includes an agency Stamp from Reading Pennsylvania.
Interesting certificate for 1000 pounds of tock purchased in 1950. Per the notes on the back it was cashed by the probate court in 1962 after the owner passed away in 1961.
Nice 28 page booklet put together by Bill Miller … probably for a lecture series he gave on board the QE2. Features several short stories and photocopied drawings of the ships. Inscribed by Billie himself in 2003.