Super graphics on this little concert program dated 30 May 1926. A little yellow toned … but still gorgeous!
Super graphics on this little PL for the Rochambeau dates December 14th 1927. Excellent condition.
Super heavy stock program dated February 3rd 1970for entertainment in the Theater at 10pm, featuring Jerry Harnett and Sonja Zervon. The super funnel graphics on the cover and done in red, black, blue and gold and are graphically superb. Commadant Camille Mahe was in charge of the vessel.
Super heavy stock program dated January 31st 1970 for entertainment in the ST Tropez Lounge at 10pm, featuring Paddi Shari and Jack Dahl. The super funnel graphics on the cover and done in red, black, blue and gold and are graphically superb. Commadant Camille Mahe was in charge of the vessel.
Super heavy stock program dated January 30th 1970 for entertainment in the ST Tropez Lounge at 10pm featuring Blackie Shackner and Sonja Zervon. The super funnel graphics on the cover and done in red, black, blue and gold and are graphically superb. Commadant Camille Mahe was in charge of the vessel.
This is probably the best American written book for the fabled and legendary French Liner Normandie! Though I have never been a fan of JMG’s writing style, this is none the less a very fine book and contains exceptionally fine photography. The book is in excellent condition. Super graphics, nice hardboard covers and excellent lush printing.
Nicely framed reproduction agency print for the French Lines little Flandre in the early 1920’s. typical toning and a little moisture blemish. This poster is from my pal Peter Knego’s personal collection. I will have the quote shipping for this item specifically … the site shipping calculator will not be accurate.
Nice PL for the SS France … she was crossing from NYC to Southampton and the Le Harve. A few cover bumps and a tiny tear.
One of the best brochures ever done for the France … this is filled with lovely onboard photos and oodles of info! Printed on heavy glossy stock … I particularly like the photo of the children’s playroom mural … which survived into her Norway years. Excellent condition
Excellent sailings and Fares folder for the French Line dates 66/67. Excellent condition and funnel graphics on the cover.
Excellent graphic cover art for the Cruise Passenger List .. and in excellent shape. It is rare to find these from cruises and especially this nice! Dated Feb 1928
Excellent Passenger List for the 2nd med Cruise dated Valentines Day 1931. Excellent condition … would have been a fantastic voyage! Rare to find these from a cruise.
lovely little book with all sorts of onboard info for Passengers. from Dining times to Laundry services … it is all in here! excellent condition .. I believe Pre WW2.
Another dainty little French Line Menu … this time for the 4 funneled France. The food was bountiful .. and I am sure delicious. There is a small tear to the back cover.
Beautiful simple and dainty Dinner menu for the Ile De France dated 27 March 1935.This has been creased vertically but shows just fine
Great little Cabin Class PL for the DeGrasse dated in July 1930. Like new condition except for the rusty staple. Stiff covers with green graphics.
Nice little modern day retro reprint tin for the last French flagship … Mini size!
Lovely red white and blue ticket folder of the French line. By the graphics, I’d say this was from the late 1960’s.
Nice little time and rate schedule for the French departures from Corse in the fall of 1964.
NCL: Norway – France Brief History
This History folder would have been in your welcome packet when you came onboard and was loaded with all sorts of Information about the France and her later conversion to the Norway. Packed with all sorts of fact and figures from the ships long life.
French Line: 2 Champlain Menus dated 14 September 1932
2 French Maiden menus from the Cabin Liner Champlain one lunch and one dinner dated 14 September 1936. Both show some browning and some light staining … probably some flecks from dinner and lunch that have aged over time.
Interesting Plan for the Paquebot France … showing the cooling circulation system (Using a French to English translator). Cleary stamped from the Chantiers De L’Atlantique builders yard unfolds to over 6 feet long and 3 feet wide. Removed from the ship while she was Laid up in Florida.
The Paris was such a cool ship with a habit of catching on fire. This card interestingly has the Olympic sailing by in the background. Unused and no writing.
2 lovely cards for the French SS Paris. Probably one of the most unappreciated ships of the French Line fleet … but a truly wonderful ship. One has been used … and one is unsent and unwritten on.
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!