Excellent 1977 ss Emerald Seas DP Brochure dates 1977 …. In full color this include nice photos of life and activities onboard as well as deck plans. Dated Dec 1977 it is in pristine condition with and Texas Agency stamp.
Great Miniature cruise deck plan for the might speedy USL Flagship dated 1957 . This has a Texas Agency stamp. Include b/w interior photos
Great Miniature cruise deck plan for the might speedy USL Flagship dated 1954 . This has a Texas Agency stamp. Include b/w interior photos
Lovely tin container for the HAL Nieuw Amsterdam from the 1980’s. Embossed profile of the ship on the top .. in excellent condition.
Lovely large size Daragnes still life menu for the tourist class dated in 1938/ One of the best cover designs ever … and in fantastic shape!
Great little bakelite ashtray from any fleet vessel in the 1950’s. Made by the Fraser glass company. In good shape with onboard typical use.
Great little brochure for the Delta Queen Steamboat Company .. featuring their 2 ships: The Historic Delta Queen and the Brand new Mississippi Queen. Folded out one side is dedicated to each ship. Baltimore Travel agency stamp … there are some minor bumps to the edges.
Lovely set of cards for the speedy USL Flagship. There is a full deck in the red felted with 2 Jokers. The cards and box show signs of minor use. Cards are glossy with the Famous Alyward portrait of the ship on the face.
Great Tile Coaster showing the 1930’s Statendam. Lovely Coaster in it’s original Cardboard holder.
Lovely ash tray for the Song Of Norway, Nordic Prince and the Sun Viking. These tiny little intimate ships could almost be tenders for the fleet of mega cruise ships today.
This is a great souvenir melamine tray for the lovely Leo. I have a nice collection of these trays … this one is a duplicate for me. The Leo is shown in her white hulled cruising livery. In excellent condition
Lovely heavy China Putter pat for the USL …. Dates from the Chapman Era… with the Triangular cartouche. Made by Buffalo China. In excellent with minor use.
Nice dinner menu dated 9-11-32. Lots of great items … though my favorite would have been the Lemon Ice cream with wafers. Nice sailing ship “Rolling Home” sketch show at the top of the menu. This has been folded.
Looks like Proposed sailings folder was published in Feb 1924. This covers several routs including sailings from NYC, Philadelphia and Canada to Southampton, Liverpool Hamburg .Interestingly, the first 2 voyages for the Majestic and Homeric are crossed out… wonder why? Nice Olympic drawings on the cover. A little writing on the cover.
Nice Concert and activity program for the little Cymric dates July 24th 1907. It long slike there were 6 musical selections followed by a presentation of onboard Sports awards. Interestingly, this was printed on onboard writing room stationery. Nice embossed WSL flag.Unusual!
Lovely Concert program for the entertainment presented in the main Lounge on January, 1 1933. There were 6 selections including the Star Spangled Banner and God Save the King.
Nice Log card for the RMS Cedric Dated 1927. She left Boston on 12/18, spent Christmas at sea and arrived in Liverpool on 12/26/1927. Her average speed was 15/72 Knots. There is some spotting and browning to the log card.
Love portrait post card for the stout MV Britannic. She was the next to the last new build for the WSL and lasted into 1960. Great Image!
Nice WSL Majestic Log card dates Aug 30 – Sep 4,1934. It looks like the last days run was her best: 592 miles. She averaged 23.16 knots. In nice yet darkened and aged condition.
Super Passenger List for the little Canopic dates July 3, 1923. Nice shape with a small area of liquid residue at the top of some of the pages.
Great Little tables from the Amazing little French combo colonial liner Tahitien which finished her days cruising as the Atalante for Paradise Cruises. As built the little lady had beautiful post war French Deco interiors .. and many of these elements like these tables survived right up until she was scrapped in 2005. Buddy peter Knego saved these tables as well as other items from the ship and they sold out almost immediately. I have decided to part with my pair … and I am sure they will go to a great home. From the patinaed wood construction to their glorious solid brass feet … these are stunning. Solid used condition just as they came off the ship. The shipping calculator will not be correct… I will need to quote shipping.
The Winston Chuchhill was a great little gem: a lovely combination of Italian Shipbuilding and Danish Design. I purchased this sofa from Peter Knego after he rescued it and 2 others from the ship when she was scrapped in Alang. According to PK, there were only 3 of these special 2 seater sized sofas ever created by Kay Korbing for any ship. One of the rescued sofas went overseas, one remains with PK in California and this last one can now be yours. In great structural shape, this will need upholstery and foam work to bring it back into its full glory. A very special Item! Shipping calculator will not be correct … I’ll need to quote this!