Nice heavy brass colored logo keychain in its original box.
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 first is an early artist rendering … the second is a lovely photo of the ship when brand new. Perfect condition.
The ship had just undergone a $65 million dollar upgrade and refit. 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.
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!