One of my favorite post war ships … I have a soft spot for the Bremen V. Lovely cruise plan for her… There are some scuffs on the folded side. Printed on thick heavy stock paper.. NJ agency stamp on the back cover.
Love the ships profile on this plan … she was exceptionally pretty in a profile view. Lovely plan in like new condition.
Great like new deck plan for the Hanseatic … the ex Zim Line Shalom.
Like New Blue deck plan for the German Europa … ex SAL Kungsholm. Printed on heavy paper stock and still includes its elastic binding band.
Like New cruise deck plan for the German Europa … ex SAL Kungsholm. printed on heavy paper stock and has a Travel Mart NYC agency stamp on the rear side.
I Love the funnel Graphic on this sailing schedule for 1974. This was the end of the line fore the lovely lady.
Nice rates and sailing booklet for the Frances 1971 season … with info on the ATW 1972 cruise. The original owner has left some nots and under-linings in pen inside … I hope they enjoyed their trip! Stamper #22
Great little cruise rate booklet for the 70-71 cruise season. Lost of writing on the inside back cover … looks like they confirmed a cruise and chose cabin B428. Lots of cost calculations!
Another sailings folder for the SS France stamped #19 dates running from 1969-1970. this does have loose staples .. other wise perfect condition
Nice little brochure for all Transatlantic and cruise sailings for the ship from January 1969 thru October 1969. Looks like she has a busy season. #17
Super cool mini deck plan for the mighty France. Great shape thee is some writing on the inside. Covers both classes and contains some interior photos.
Nice glossy deck plan for the mighty ship dated Nov. 1972. Looks brand new , thought it does have a 1″ tear along a fold line. Lovely interior photos as well. Tag Line: Longest, Largest, Finest ship afloat.
Nice Ile de France Passenger list for the Holiday cruise dated Dec 23rd 1954- January 4th 1955. There is a chip out of the bottom back corner .. I bet this was a fun cruise.
Nice east bound Passenger List for the Flandre dated August 16 1961. This list covers first and tourist classes.
Nice first class passenger list for the Flandre for a round trip cruise to the Antilles. Commandant Robichon was in charge ..dated Jan 31 1962.
Nice plan for the Norway ( ex France). Printed in 1998 when she was still sailing like clockwork and raking in the cash for NCL Hard to believe that’s 22 years ago! Nice condition.
Large DP’s for Cunard’s longest serving liner : the QE2.Though her first years were not the most profitable… the QE2 settled into her niche and was beloved by fans across the world as a most notable ship.
I have always loved the great glossy blue covered dp’s for the Mike and Ralph. This set is dated September 1973 and is in good condition. Lovely Starboard profile of the Mike on the back cover when these are folded properly.
Great Pink colored DP’s for the Lovely CC… sister to ant Il Fated Andrea Doria. Printed in 1972 .. the AD would have been under water over 15 years! Nice photos and descriptions in Italian and English Inside. Dated April 1972
Lovely set of green glossy plans for the Lovely Leo. Done with descriptions in both Italian and English Dated September 1973
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.
Such a lovely little plan for a lovely little ship! She was a new build for the Greeks … something rare in that time period … they Greek were great ship recyclers. Good plan .. with some pen writing inside the cover.
Lovely deck plan for the QAM … printed ion Heavy Newsprint like paper. This is dated for March 1965 and has a Van Nuys Agency stamp on the back cover in purple. Lovely phots and plans inside.
Lovely set of Miniature deck plans for the American with Blue covers. When folded properly, the ships starboard side portrait is proudly printed on the back cover. This is in excellent condition with An agency stamp dated August 1, 1964 stamped on the inside.
I have always loved these deck plan booklets form American Export. Covering there 2 Lovely sisters Independence and Constitution… These are from March 1966 and looks almost brand new.