Interesting set of 19 cards of the “Famous Brittish ship” series … though some ships are certainly not Brittish. From a Viking warrior through the Queen Mary … these are in excellent shape. In the day ,these would have been 2 series of 25 cards each ..today there are 14 from series one and 5 from series two. Edgar Pullin was the artist fort he cards …I especially love the WS Olympic card!
Lovely little track chart handed out to passengers so they could mark the ships progress accross the mighty ocean . This is unused and is in excellent shape. There are 4 pictures inside of AL’s proudest ships: the 3 funneled Transylvania and Caledonia, as well as the single funneled California and Cameronia.
Wonderful foldout deck plans for the 3 Dutch sister motorships. Interestingly, they were also triple screw. One side has outstanding plans and interior photos the other has an outstanding profile of on of the lovely sisters. One the reverse side, here is a colorful route map showing the areas service by RIL, which served South America, South Africa, Austrailia and the Far East. Also beautiful graphic images of life onboard. OUTSTANDING condition.
Wonderful foldout deck plans for the little lovely Dutch motorship. She was 476 feet long and had a displacement of just over 17200 tons. One side has outstanding plans and interior photos the other has an outstanding profile of the ship and a colorful route map showing the areas service by RIL, which served South America, South Africa, Austrailia and the Far East. Also beautiful graphic images of life onboard. OUTSTANDING condition. California travel agency stamp.
Wonderful foldout deck plans for the little Dutch motorship. One side has outstanding plans and interior photos the other has an outstanding profile of the ship and a colorful route map showing the areas service by RIL, which served South America, South Africa, Austrailia and the Far East. Also beautiful graphic images of life onboard. OUTSTANDING condition.
Lovely little deckplan fold out for the lovely 1957 little combo-ship. The foldout has deckplans and nice photos of the ships interiors ..which were really modern and attractive.In excellent shape and not a common item
Lovely little deckplan fold out for the lovely 1956 little combo-ship. The foldout had nice photos of the ships interiors ..which were really modern and attractive … the chairs in the dining room are just awesome! In excellent shape and not a common item.
Made by Mayer China in their “Atlantic pattern” for the Munson line… complete with their house flag logo. Excellent condition. Very heavy china.
4 liners shown in Southampton waters … the QM, QE, America and Capetown castle. Excellent condition with deckled edges.
Lovely postcard view of the liner docks… looks like the QE is being docked while the Indy, United States, America, Olympia Mauretania, Sylvania and the mighty USS intrepid occupy the docks. Full color view in excellent unused shape.
Excellent and complete deck of cards for Furness Bermuda’s Post war liners. The deck shows the QOB with one funnel .. so it dates from the last years of her service life. Excellent condition.
Terrific full color deck plan booklet for the cute little Hanseatic. She started life as Zim Lines Shalom… but was sold odd to the Germans after only a few years of Transatlantic service. the plan is printed on glossy paper and includes color photos of people enjoying various rooms and activities onboard. Excellent like new condition!
Lovely photo of the sparkling Zion passing the Manhattan skyline on her maiden arrival. Marked on the back as March 27, 1956. Excellent condition.
Oh the proud little Stefan Batory … she sailed for POL untile she was scrapped and provided some of the last regular trans Atlantic service available. Underneath her Polish guise whe was HAL’s Maasdam.
Awesome little packet of 12 souvenir shots for the Anchor Line’s 3 funnel Caledonia. 2 are profile sviews the rest are all 1st and 2nd class interiors. Great little ships! Excellent condition .. a must have for any Anchor line collector.
Lovely portrait playing cards for the FB line… showing the favored the Queen of Bermuda and the post WW2 Ocean Monarch. The cards are barely used and in really good shape. The QOB was scrapped in the 60’s and the ocean Monarch was sold and became the Varna.
Lovely Orange striped deckplan for the lovely MS Oranje. Built right before WW2 started she survived to carry Dutch and other passengers on colonial routes to points east. Sold to Lauro Line and renamed Angelina Lauro, she burned and was a total lost while at dock on a Caribbean cruise. The plan is in excellent shape and somewhat hard to find!
Lovely little souvenir dish from the Stella Polaris. She has a very long life and sailed all over the world for more than half a century. She played a static restaurant role in Japan and sank on her way to start a new career and restoration.
Lovely Red scarf for one of the earlier RC ships! These ships were always easily identified my their unique “Funnel” Lounge. Superb profile of a ship in one corner. This is a heavy scarf …made of acetate… in pristine shape!
Journey again with Buddy Peter as he returns the scrappers yards of Alang, India in 2005 to visit another series of liners and ships that have been recently beached for demolition. This DVD has a focus on The Eugenio C, the incredible retired flagship of the Costa line .. as she arrived on the beach under the name “Big Red Boat 2”. Also see the array of items PK saved … lovely chairs, tables and other items .. as well as outstanding art work from the likes of Master artists like Luzzatti and Colacino. Visit other ships too .. and experience their last days of life as the metallic carnage begins being dismantled slice by slice. PK is the documentation authority on the scrapping process and his knowledge on the subject glows throughout. I can hardly wait for the third DVD to be ready! Brand New and Sealed.
Buddy Peter Knego is no stranger to any shred of information involving Ocean Liners and related endeavors .. and his first Indian scrapyard adventure DVD “On The Road to Alang” covers his series of journeys to Alang to document the glut of older tonnage that was retired in the early 2000’s. The video footage covers many ships recognized from their days of crossing or cruising: Empress of Canada, Ivernia/ Franconia, Transvaal Castle, Winston Churchill and Stella Solaris just to name a few. These trips also served as rescue missions for Artwork, Furniture, Fittings and other memorabilia from these retried ladies … with rare scenes of the trader’s yards. A topic that is rarely covered, PK gives poetic tribute to these lovely ladies as they disappear before our eyes into bits and pieces … all to fuel the Indian economy and provide needed work for the local workers. Sealed and Brand New!
Lovely picture of a male passanger on the pre war Batory … standing in front of a HUGE life ring preserver. I can’t imagine this life ring was a novelty item … it must have been usable .. maybe it could have saved multiple people? Very interesting picture …I challenge you to find another!
Volume One of Kludas’ amazing book series on Passenger Ships. A delightful man, Arnold Kludas is known as Germany’s equivalent to the American pioneer Frank Braynard. The book contains excellent encyclopedia-like info for Ocean Liners from the way ahead of her time Great Eastern through the sinking of the mighty Titanic. A must have for any enthusiast .
Perfect ashtray marked Incres Line “Cruises Beyond Compare” and MS Victoria. The Victoria was such a pioneer cruiser and have a long life for multiple owners.This glass tray is in perfect shape and ready to take a place on your ocean liner shelf!
Outstanding brochure for the amazing Stefan Batory … the last little liner to cross the Atlantic on a regular schedule. This brochure is mostly full of interior pictures and also includes deckplans and schematics. Lots of the pictures show the public rooms, furniture and artwork that were left from her years of service as the Maasdam for Holland America. This brochure is in outstanding condition and is a total winner! Lovely Company stamped seal on the cover too …