Like new DP for the Bremen V …. one of my favorite German gals.! The notes inside are both in German and English.
Excellent set of red covers first class deck plans for the Dutch Darling. One of my favorite lines of all time … this set of plans is printed one smooth and supple stock and is graphically designed well with excellent crisp bw photos and pleasing light toned colors through out. Wolfe Worldwide travel Los Angeles Agency stamp.
Lovely color Photo of the magnificent Rotterdam. Nice modern photo printed on Kodak Paper.
Nice sealed playing cards from a recent cruise aboard HAL!
Excellent Publicity photo of the Volendam anchored at an unknown port.
Nice little fold out brochure for the Nieuw Amsterdam’s final days in service. The fold out contains a message from Bob Smith … the cruise director for her final days at sea. Nice condition with golden accents.
It would have been an honor to sit at the captains table at anytime during the ships 10th ATW cruise. This menu for dinner at the captains table is dated 2-20.1970. The menu was for Mrs JA Nork and was signed by Captain EGA Heymans.
Great deck plan filled with renderings and photos of cabins and areas onboard the new ship. This is printed on glossy white paper that has yellowed a little with age. A lovely white yacht of a ship .. she was later sold to NDL and became their Europa.
This beautiful ship was cut down in her youth in WW2. She sure had a unique look … from the huge plane of her forward superstructure to her 2-tiered lifeboat davits …she was one of a kind!
Great little saucer for the ship of many names and owners. Royal Falcon Ironstone made by Weatherby Hanley England.
Great little pin dish for the ship of many names and owners. Falcon ware made by Weatherby Hanley England.
This excellent Brochure for the new “Century” has all the things you would expect: Lush interior renderings, excellent pull out cut a way of the ship, colored deck plans and excellent details about items like furnishings.
Reading the menu, you can almost taste the delicacies through their exceptional descriptions. The Luncheon took place at the Pier in NYC. The deep blue cover is embossed in copper with the ships profile and name. Excellent like new condition.
Excellent portfolio given out to those lucky passengers and guests that took the LAST Grand World cruise of the ships HAL career. Finely made, the portfolio it includes the original paper pad, pen and cruise pin.
Interesting PL for the Bergensfjord’s 1963 ATW Cruise that started and ended of course in NYC. 18 ports were on the itinerary for a total of 26031 miles. There are lots of autographs and written notes in the back. This has browned a bit with age … very interesting little list!
Nice full colored deck plans for the NAL Flagship. No date on these … but I’m guessing mid to late 1970’s. Very nice and printed on glossy paper with fine color.
Lively scrimshaw cover on the Sagafjord brochure for the 1982 season. Covers all cruises over 30 pages and includes deck plans and cabin layouts. Very nicely done and in excellent condition. I would not be long before NAC was merged into Cunard.
Nice little flyer showing various world trade routes covered by multiple Dutch shipping companies, this covers 13 different Dutch companies, with info on each.
Excellent portfolio case for the 1995 Grand world voyage. This one has storage 3 pockets, and pen holder loop and a full sized insert for a paper pad. Included inside are the printer GWV calendar and 10+ pages of the GWV stationery writing paper. the green padded case is embossed on the front with a golden profile of the ship against a global grid. Excellent item indeed
Lovely vinyl-pleather portfolio case for the 1985 world cruise. The inside has 3 pocketed areas , pen holder and paper pad insert. I’m sure theses were given to each and every paying passenger. The burgundy red cover is embossed with the HAL deco half moon crest in golden accents. excellent condition
Excellent Kungsholm Baggage Sticker like new and ready to use or display.
Nice little timetable for the little Dutch Passenger- cargo vessel.
7 delightful Breakfast and Luncheon Menus for meals aboard the Statendam from December 22- December 31, 1961. Delightful and colorful artwork printed along the tops of each one.
Both the Volendam and Veendam sailed for HAL for many years after starting their lives with Moore McCormack. Bother would also be sold and charted to other cruise lines and had very long and successful lives.
Excellent little brochure packed full of interior Life aboard action shots. All the photos a re super crisp and just lovely to look at … easy to imagine life onboard for sure. Vancouver BC Agency stamp on the rear cover.