Costa Line Multi ship folder for South American cruises in late 1977-early 1978. Simple black and orange details would have caught your eve at the local travel agency … and someone nabbed this folder and kept it for posterity. Great condition and lots of details inside. Cruises for Italia, Andrea C, Eugenio C and Enrico C are covered.
Excellent Italia deck plan brochure for the lovely little lady. Certainly a one of a kind lady filled with intimate spaces. The deck plans are color coded and there are a number of large color interior pictures showing passengers at play.
Interesting little vinyl “purse” . Certainly something that would have been bought onboard or given as a gift to a passenger. This is padded in subtly textured black and gold vinyl … with “Home Lines: script in gold on the interior. There are plastic interior pockets. Quite unusual and quite lovely.
Excellent sailing booklet for the Italian fleet in the 1963 season. This is tabbed per class and ship! Excellent Leo aft deck photo on the cover.
Interesting Boston Sailings folder for the Saturnia and Vulcania for 1963.One tiny little ship profile and also info on 4 special cruises around the holidays.
Nice flyer for 1976 Carla C Cruises in the Caribbean.. Lovely mod squad graphics and a few pictures. Once the French Line Flandre … this lovely lady spent some time with Costa.
Nice flyer for the January 1977 Country and Western Cruise of the Federico C. Lovely mod squad graphics and a few pictures. The cruise featured Bill Anderson and Mary Lou Turner.
Lovely little flyer for the 5 lovely ships: Federico C, Angelina Lauro, Flavia, Carla C and Amerikanis. Super 70’s graphics. great cruises out of San Juan and Pt. Everglades.
Lovely little flyer for the 3 lovely ships: Federico C, Angelina Lauro and Flavia. There cruises were staged from multiple American ports: NYC, WDC , Philly and Baltimore. Super 70’s graphics.
Lovely DP brochure for the beautiful Federico C’s 10 and 11 day Caribbean cruises in late74 and early 75. Lots of of lovely interior photos and information about the ship. Great Profile and deckplans as well … super colorful and 70’s graphics throughout.
Lovely souvenir items for the “cruise ship of Tomorrow” the ss Oceanic. She was just one of the most beautiful ships ever built in the 1960’s.
These hard melamine tip trays were very common items in the 70’s and later and could be purchased onboard. Excellent condition.
Interesting Used Album for the lovely Homeric (ex Mariposa). One of my favorite vessels … she had such a nice long 2nd life with Homes Lines … and certainly raked in the cash for them. The cover of this album has the official rendering for the ship in the cover that appeared in many brochures and travel agency portraits. This has been used and there still are a few Homeric items inside. Most pages have some yellowing and tape residue left from items that have been removed. Perfect to Build your own Homeric Album.
Superb Lunch menu for the lovely flagship. Written in both Italian and English … the menu has over 50 culinary delights. Excellent cover art by Silvio Pollomi . About 2 years and 2 months later she would be on the bottom of the Atlantic.
Superb Lunch menu for the lovely flagship. Written in both Italian and English … the menu has over 50 culinary delights. Excellent cover art by Silvio Pollomi. About 2 years and 2 months later she would be on the bottom of the Atlantic
Costa Marketing produced some of the finest brochures in the later 70’s and 80s … and this one for the Daphne sure is stunning. There are 16 pages of color interior photos as well as color coded deck plans. A beautiful cruise ship, she started life basically as a freighter for the Port Line. The text and information is written in 3 different languages: Italian, German and English: From 1979 when she joined the Costa fleet Excellent condition.
Probably the best brochure ever done for this later Home Liner … the SS Atlantic. Designed and based on the marvelous Oceanic of 1965. The interiors renderings are magnificent! These are somewhat hard to find … a few nicks to the cover.
The ultimate cruise line souvenir for the 70’s and 80’s were these little melamine trays. They are almost indestructible and offer the use a myriad of uses. I use mine as coin trays as well as around the house for coasters. Always great graphics … lots of folks relaxing in the lounge on some beautiful furniture!
The ultimate cruise line souvenir for the 70’s and 80’s were these little melamine trays. They are almost indestructible and offer the use a myriad of uses. I use mine as coin trays as well as around the house for coasters. Always great graphics … look at that delicious spread of food!
Each shipping line had their own glass ware and china designs and the Italian Line was beautifully done with the crenulated logo and Italia etched onto the bowl of the glass. Simply stunning and excellent condition.
Each shipping line had their own glass ware design and the Italian Line was beautifully done with the crenulated logo and Italia etched onto the bowl of the glass. Simply stunning and excellent condition.
Great fold out for these 2 LT sisters. White cover and great cover graphics on the outside, lovely color interior and life onboard photos on the inside. Great condition! I have a lovely set of twin beds from the Victoria that I dearly love!
Great fold out for these 2 LT sisters. Red covers and great cover graphics on the outside, lovely color interior and life onboard photos on the inside. Great condition! Love these Italian ladies.
Outstanding heavy metal dish for the lovely Federico C. The ship was the first new build for Costa and eventually was sold off to Premier as the Big Red Boat. High quality and excellent condition.
Super nice dish for the Costa Rivera… once Lloyd Triestino’s Guglieimo Marconi she was rebuild for Costa in 1985. Super nice and made by Sambonet and includes info card.
Great Blue crown logoed ashtray swiped from one of the ships in the 50’s or 60’s. great shape!