HAL: 16 Volendam and Veendam Snapshots
Great set of 16 unique snapshots for the lovely sisters that were once the Moore McCormack pair Argentina and Brasil. They had very long lives under many names. These appear to be from the later 1980’s.
HAL: Large Rotterdam Postcard
Lovely Image of the superb Rotterdam in her namesake harbor. The is a little bend to the upper corner.
SAL: Gripsholm Blueprint 1971.
This is a large fold out shipyard blueprint that documents some changes to bridge deck / sundeck. The changes appear to be an extension of the bridge deck to cover part of the sundeck. There is a nice profile drawing that shows some railing and stations changes. Dated August 1971
HAL: 135 Years of the Holland America Line Brochure
Titled a chronological History 1873-2008 this is packed with historical information for HAL services. The cover includes lovely advertising poster artwork from the 30s through the early 60’s. The back cover has an artist impression of the newbuilding Eurodam.
HAL: SS Rotterdam Menu and Flyer for the SSHSA Farewell Gala Dinner onboard in NYC April 1997
Great menu and simple flyer for the Dinner that was held onboard in NYC for the SSHSA members. The cost of attending was $75 per person. Events includes a presentation in the Theater, the Ritz Carleton room for Cocktails and the La Fontaine room for dinner. An unusual and somewhat rare set of items.
A great 4x6ish framed picture of the amazing Rotterdam Sailing past an Alaskan Glacier. You can visit her today in Rotterdam harbor.
Onboard souvenir “Captains Measure” shotglass. Nice gold accents.
2 lovely exterior views of one of the most beautiful ships ever built. I spent an amazing day onboard her in 2014.
3 lovely exterior views of one of the most beautiful ships ever built.
2 little items from the Noordam: The first is a lovely Holiday ornament perfect for your tree or use year round. The second is a little tin box of Ooster Mints … sealed and never opened.
Lovely souvenir Bobble head doll … these were all the rage in the Late 90’s and early 2000’s. still boxed and bagged.
The ship had just undergone a $65 million dollar upgrade and refit. Excellent condition.
Lovely tin container for the HAL Nieuw Amsterdam from the 1980’s. Embossed profile of the ship on the top .. in excellent condition.
Great Tile Coaster showing the 1930’s Statendam. Lovely Coaster in it’s original Cardboard holder.
I have always loved this ship … and NAL did a very nicely detailed deck plans for all of their fleet members. This plan appears to never have been unfolded and has a California agency stamp on the rear cover. Excellent condition.
Super simple little blue directory for the Lovely Statendam done after her “Cinderella” refit. A few little scuffs and erase marks.
Nice fold out for the last new SAL Liner: Kungsholm. Great deck plan with a few interior photos with some information on the Canada/ Bremuda cruises. The ship had a very long life and like most finished at the scrapyard.
Lovely interior fold out for these little Spotless twins! At the end of their Dutch years … One went to the Greeks and the other to the Poles,both had long lives . Lovely color photos and in excellent condition. Agency stamp 1960.
Great little pine box with a simple metallic cover … the upper left-hand corner has SAL’s 3 Crown flag done in enamel. Great little item for coins or jewelry. Great condition
Not sure why this little “Octopus” souvenir doll only has 6 legs … it is quite odd. In great shape and maybe of a nice smooth velvet like material. I do prefer this little doll to the scary “Nora Welling’s” type dolls. Looks at those loving Octopus eyes!
Outstanding framed print by Stephen Card as she passes under the Narrows Bridge. A Moran tug has come to greet her and at least one other vessel passes far to stern. Lovely and beautiful colors … it looks to be on a semi cloudy fall day as the ship arrives. The frame is well done and in good shape with minimal wear. The print is also signed!
All class (First, Cabin and Tourist) for the ancient Stavangerfjord. Though older than the hills by the 1950’s she was well maintained and had a loyal following offering a true “time gone by” experience. The plan is in excellent condition.
Outstanding agency view of the Nieuw Amsterdam headed out of sunny NY Harbor at the start of another crossing. Certainly my favorite Dutch Darling ( as I have said many times). Great print under glass. Slight wear buy over all superb! Pardon my reflection in the glass.
Excellent interiors folder for the lovely Rotterdam. Most of the spaces shown in the photography still exist today .. a must see for anyone interested in Vintage Ocean Liners! Excellent condition.
Great and brand new Tumbler for a current HAL ship. As I type this, It looks like the ship is in Glacier Bay Alaska!