Super little set of SS America Paper: a used post card, tournament entry form and a cabin class dining ticket
Super brochure for the 4 “stovepipe funnel” Santa M’s: Magdalena, Mariana, Maria and Mercedes. Tanks goodness the funnels were improved a bit later in their life. Nice deck plans and interior renderings.
Nice sailing schedule for the SSUS for voyages and cruises from June 1966 to early January 1967. There is a little bit of enthusiastic writing …“ Here I come” on the cover and the September and October voyages circled inside. Good condition.
Great log for the 308th westbound voyage … Bremerhaven to NYC via Southampton and Le Havre. Her highest speed for the voyage was 30.82K.
This is one of Billies recent books and is a great quick witted reference for all these American seagoing beauties. A nice copy and the price is right! Outstanding cover art!
Wonderful miniature deck plans for the Big U … printed on medium card stock. Each side has top to bottom deck plans and contains a good selection of B&W interior photos. Very good condition … thought a tiny bit yellowed.
Wonderful miniature deck plans for the Big U … printed on heavier card stock. Each side has top to bottom deck plans and contains a mosaic of interior photos. Very good condition.
USL always did nice publicity items for the SSUS … and these deck plans are pure proof. Printed on glossy paper, this contains super color-coded plan and excellent full color photos … the tourist class dining room is stunning… Great condition. Not dated but form other I have had, I’d say this is about mid 50’s.
Lovely framed and matted print for the American Challenger. She was one of the superb fleet of Cargo Liners designed by WFG for the USL fleet. Wonderful condition and from the Peter Knego collection. I will have the quote shipping for this item specifically … the site shipping calculator will not be accurate.
Great fold out for the PFEL freighter ships covers the deluxe Mariner cargo liners: Philippine and China Bear, Deluxe Mariners: Golden-Japan-Korean Bear and the Standard Mariners: California-Hong Kong-Oregon-Washington Bear. Great interior photos and mini plans. Good condition with some scuffs and a few seam splits.
This mini brochure is advertising 1964 Scandinavia, Baltic, and Northern Europe cruises. Covers 3 cruises .. each about 35 days in length. Starting June 2, July 9 and July 30th. Great condition.
Advertising 13, 19 and 40 days cruises … and trying to lure you into using their card for expenses and purchases. Like new condition.
Super cute little brochure for the Sunlane cruises to Europe and the Med in 1964. Super cute … great picture and graphics.
Super cute little brochure for the 66/67 season Beachcomber Cruises to the Caribbean For the Indy, Connie and Atlantic. Starts In November 1966 and ends in March of 1967… Great condition and excellent graphics.
Super cute little brochure for the Grand Springtime Cruise 1964 which lasted from Mid March till Late April. Excellent condition printed in October 1963.
Nice set of flying saucer shaped ash trays. These would have been onboard service equipment from the 1950’s and 60’s. The blue tray is a little more worn … the no skid pad on the bottom is brittle … the black tray is almost in perfect condition.
Includes 3 Breakfast menus dated 10/24, 10/25, 10/26; a Luncheon menu also for 10/26 and finally a Captains Dinner menu for 10/27. All with normal ware. Frederick Fender was master in charge.
United States Lines: SS America 3 Menu Set
3 menus from a September 1959 voyage. There is a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu … (all different dates). In excellent condition with minimal wear.
Matson: SS Matsonia Large Menu Card 2/18/47
Nice simple but large Menu card from the post war Matsonia. Lovely dinner selections for the guests onboard.
Great heavy stock folder celebrating Matson’s 5th ship to be named Lurline. She was launched in June of 1973. Lovely profile rendering and in Excellent condition.
Great delta line sailing schedule dated 1955. In like new condition with Mount Vernon Agency stamp.
Great plant for these post war sisters … It is detailed and also contains info on the ship and well as interior photos. There is some yellowing to the edges. This plan is dated 7/63.
Excellent into brochure for the 4 Santas: Magdalena, Mariana, Maria and Mercedes. The pages contain lovely interior renderings and deck plans as well as romantic descriptions about the ports of call on their South American Routes. The ships were originally built without a traditional funnel … a mistake decried by ship lovers that was soon corrected. Good condition on heavier stock.
Lovely MM etched glass for the onboard service. The lovely bowl and stem sits upon a darker smoky base. Nice ring to it!
Super gala menu for the Lovely little America Dates 7/12/52 … her Larger Consort the brand new SS Unites States would have been on her record breaking Maiden Voyage at this time. Lovely condition and RWB Tassel.