H=France TC baggage tag dated for 3 September 1965. It looks like the passenger Stayed on P deck Cabin 256 and was sailing to Southampton =, good condition
Excellent like new Baggage sticker for the lovely Liberte ! Beautiful vibrant colors and some gold accents.
Excellent 73′ folded brochure for the ss France Paris and London Air/ Sea vacations. Excellent like new condition.
Nice small sized writing room paper from the Liberte .. one corner has been folded
Nice large sized writing room paper from the lovely Ile. Some pencil writing on the corner bottom.
Lovely little PL for the Liberte … a voyage out of New York dated May 24 1952 ( a departure just weeks before the SS United states made her maiden voyage). This list covers Cabin and tourist class Passengers.
Lovely brochure for the ships various cruises that were planned around her return to Meyer Werft for some updated and reconditioning after4 seasons in the Caribbean. Lovely center fold- out of colored deck plans. Nice condition with typical Minor wear and scuffs to the cover.
Lovely brochure for the ships 3rd season with NCL. There is a magical port profile that folds out of the front cover. Lots of excellent photography inside … as well as full color deck plans. In good shape with a few scuffs and minor wear
Lovely like new brochure for the ships “Music Cruise” January 4-17 1976. It looks like there were 20+ artists that preformed onboard during the 2 weeks at sea. Excellent condition.
Excellent early return to service brochure for the French Beauty … her interiors are covered with beautiful and artistic mono-chromatic renderings and the center spread is a wonderful Port Profile of the Liberte by Marin Marie. The brochure is written in French and is in very good shape with minor age and wear.
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.
Certainly one of the most ingenious and interesting deck plans ever done for a ship … and of course for the Normandie herself. These are quite lavish and hard to find in good condition … this one is top drawer! The French Line publicity spared no expense on the Normandie ever.
January 1952 deck plan for the 2 sisters printed on heavier tissue paper that has tinted with age to a nice golden brown. This looks like was never opened.
2 Ile de France baggage tags that have been stuck back to back. One for Mrs. Wm. Rosenthal and one for Misses Jan and Sandy Handmaker … interesting both parties occupying cabin 40. The departed NYC on 12/23 1945 … soon after the war. The Ile was certainly not fully restored to her post war glory and had probably just have completed some troop returns.
Nice catalogue like brochure for the 1974 services being offered by the French Line Ss France and 2 chartered ships the Victoria and the Aquarius. 30 pages of info and different options for the 74 season.
Dated September 1st 1963 the exquisite cuisine was stated in both French and English. The gorgeous cover still life was by Michel Ciry and prominent artist of the day. The date would have been would have been just about a year after her Maiden Voyage.
French Line acted as agents for these 2 exquisite yachts that could be charted to travel the world! The Nicely done black and white interior photos and deck plans are encased in a heavy cardstock and color cover. An interesting item!
Definitely one of the best and only books available in the Mid 1980’s about the exquisite Normandie. A must have and read for any serious collector. The dustjacket has a few bumps and tears and the book is in great condition.
Great Publicity photo for the Rhapsody // formerly the Statendam and prior to her being sold to Regency Cruises. What a long life she had … and thankfully many of her original fittings were save by Peter Knego when she was scrapped in Alang.