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Cunard Line and Hapag! Berengaria/ Imperator Dining room chair without arms #1: This item has been sold

The mighty Imperator was the debut member of Albert Ballin’s ultra- luxuriant Big Three: Imperator, Valterland and Bismarck. She spent most of WW1 laid up in the River Elbe and came under Allied control at the end of the hostilities. She would eventually go to Great Britain as sort of a “consolation prize” for the loss of the Lusitania … becoming Cunard’s Berengaria. Super lucky for us, most of her original German furniture was kept onboard throughout the war years and then refurbished by Cunard for peacetime service. These first class dining room chairs have wonderful carved details on the wooden elements, legs and back structure … elegant blooming Roses and egg and dart-like frieze are featured in the carved details. The very top of the back is flattened … where the ivory carved seat number was once located during her years at sea (now long removed). A prior owner had the chairs refurbished sometime in the past 20 years or so: the upholstery, springs and seat undercover have all been replaced. The current velvety upholstery is very reminiscent of the original in both color, design and I’m guessing texture .. the Germans loved ornate floral brocade like velvets! Certainly some bumps and scratches from use. The only other flaw is this is missing the lacey trim around the front of the seat back. I’m happy to answer any questions.**** Shipping calculator will not be accurate for this item, I will need to quote shipping specifically ****

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North German LLoyd: Bremen / Europa Bakelite Ash tray:

Awesome Bakelite ashtray for the German twin flyers! This was probably snitched from an onboard smoking room. Great bas relief image of the ships in the bowl … sporting their lower funnels … so it must be a pretty early item. Glad somebody slipped this into their pocket or steamer trunk!

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Old Price: $75.00

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German Atlantic Line: Hsnseatic Keychain

Great little keychain … would have been offered out of the onboard giftshop. This cute little bugger could easily be converted into a stylish necklace!  I just loved the Hanseatic … you could always see the nuances of her Brittish CP interiors behind the newer German artwork and furnishings.

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NDL: stainless steel spoon

Nice stainless steel spoon from a NDL ship with a stamped key and anchor logo. Probably from the 60’s or 70’s. typical use and scullery wear and tear!

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NDL: stainless steel spoon

Nice stainless steel spoon from a NDL ship with a stamped key and anchor logo. Probably from the 60’s or 70’s. typical use and scullery wear and tear!

 

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NDL: Silver plated soup spoon

NDL: silver plated soup spoon. My guess is this dates from the 1930’s Bremen/ Europa/ Columbus era. This spoon is heavy and has the key and anchor logo, Typical marks from use and onboard scullery visits! I am sure it will clean up nicely!

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NDL: 3 big silver plated spoon set

NDL: 3 Big Silver spoons. I have no idea what ship these are from … but my guess is they date from the 1930’s Bremen/ Europa/ Columbus era. The spoons are heavy and have the key and anchor logo. Based on the little buffing I tried, I’m sure they willl clean up! Typical marks from use and onboard scullery visits!

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NDL: 4 silver plated spoon set

NDL: 4 Silver spoons. I have no idea what ship these are from … but my guess is they date from the 1930’s Bremen/ Europa/ Columbus era. The spoons are heavy and have the key and anchor logo w/ a little rope design around the edge. Based on the little buffing I tried, I’m sure they willl clean up! Typical marks from use and onboard scullery visits!

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NDL: 7 sliver plated spoon set

NDL: 7 Silver spoons. I have no idea what ship these are from … but my guess is they date from the 1930’s Bremen/ Europa/ Columbus era. The spoons are heavy and have the key and anchor logo. Based on the little buffing I tried, I’m sure they willl clean up! Typical marks from use and scullery visits!

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Hapag: Imperator Early Brochure

Hamburg American Line: Imperator. She was the first of Ballin’s big three and post WW1 became Cunard’s Berengaria. The famed cast iron eagle figurehead was short lived … the wings today are deteriorating someplace on the Atlantic seabed. This is one of the most impressive and very early brochures for her … and filled with crisp German photographs. Just stunning! I saw a ragged copy of this sell on Ebay for $375 this past month.. this one is near perfect (only slightly chipped cover edges) and a much better deal!

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NDL: Bremen / Europa double set of Playing cards

NDL Bremen5/ Europa: Mint unopened double set of playing card for the 60’s German Duo.

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NGL: Columbus : Passenger list and log.

Very nice little Feb 1934 passenger list and log for the 11th Mediterranean cruise organized by James Boring. The list is in great shape: except someone did hole punch it and also folded a page corner at sometime in the past. The owner must have been a tourist class passenger.. there are red pencil tick marks next to several of the TC passengers and a name or 2 written into the list.

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Hanseatic deckplan

Nice folding deckplan from the early 60s for the Hanseatic. She was a very popular ship … till an engine room fire in NYC harbor cut her life short. She was quickly towed back to German and scrapped. The Zim line Shalom was quickly purchased as her replacement. Excellent condition w/ agency stamp.

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