Unusual sailing schedule for the Admiral Line dated to August 1932. Lots of “Admiral” and “Alexander” ships cover here. The fold out has dark age toning to the heavy stock paper as well as some writing on the cover. Not a common shipping line to find ephemera from … cover west coast services California to Alaska.
Nice Deck plan for the little Evangeline printed on glossy paper. This is a very simple one-sided plan .. and when folded is not completely square. The little vessel ended her life in a spectacular fire.
Nice Tourist Class Baggage room tag and “Stateroom” sticker set. Excellent unused condition
Nice flyer of the “new’ SS Norway’s 2 preview cruises … one from Norway to NY and the second to Bermuda and back. As the brochure states .. a once in a lifetime chance to be a part of history. Nice item … the edges have slightly yellowed.
A super cool early blueprint of the top 4 decks of the France-Norway ( Funnel, Sun, Boat and Veranda) as she was undergoing her conversion at Meyer-Werft. The plans shows all the room on these desks … but no furniture details. Nice condition with some natural yellowing of the paper.
Very Interesting early SS Norway deck plan of her main lounge and surrounding areas / pool on the promenade deck. These plans are from Lloyd-Werft and are dated late in 1979 to when she was being converted from the France. 1000’s of these were removed form the ship when she went out of service and when she was scrapped in Alang. good condition with a few edge rips.
Nice booklet for the Cunard Fleet dated December 16th 1960 .. covers sailings and cruises. Nice condition w/ NYC agency stamp
Nice booklet for the Cunard Fleet dated October 10 1960 .. covers sailings and cruises. Nice condition w/ NYC agency stamp
Lovely little NCC flyer for the Cunard Line Carinthia as sponsored by Raymond Whitcomb. Packed with info about the cruise and the ship w/ great graphics. In good shape with normal wear,
Lovely Letter card for the little Letitia, super graphics and the sealing glue is in excellent condition. Nice and rare uncommon item
Nice onboard envelop and writing sheet for the Matson Line. Nicely done with simple red text. would have been available in the ships writing room.
Lovely sheet of onboard writing paper and envelope. I just love the Alaska Line graphics! Nice condition, beautiful and unusual.
Nice cabin class plans for the mighty QE. These are dated August 1956 and include a number of b&w interior photos. NYC agency stamp on the rear cover.
Nice folder for the Leilani’s rates and services dates for August 1956. Nice flyer with 2 excellent graphic drawing of the ship. The white of the flyer is a little yellowed . A short-lived service .. these are uncommon to find.
Great large foldout for the Pacific Steamship Companies Admiral Line. Covering ships Line their larger ships like the HF, Emma, and Ruth Alexander and smaller ships like the Admirals: Dewey, Schley, Farragut and Fiske. Looks like this dates to October of 1928.
Nice flyer for the Lurline … convincing potential passengers to cruise home from their Hawaiian Holiday on the lovely Lurline. Excellent condition with color photos … agency stamp on the rear.
Flyer for 4 reduced rate cruises on the Mariposa and Monterey to the South Pacific. Lovely cover graphics, the 4 cruises ran between March and July 1959. Nice item.
Nice set of accommodation plans for the Lovely Lurline. The brochure highlights her may types of cabins in photos followed by a nice set of color deck plans. Excellent condition
2 nice items form a Grace Line writing room… a blank sheet of writing paper and a blank postcard. Nice condition.
Nice set of 2 super nice grace envelopes. Beautiful Grace Line Flag and related graphics on the flap side of the envelope.
Great log card for the 347th voyage east to Southampton and Le Harve. Loots like she averaged 30.83 knots in moderate weather. Great condition.
The little ss Haverford sailed from Philly to Queenstown and Liverpool on May 6 1912 .. just weeks after the Titanic disaster. Its Nice little 2 page fold out for a not so common ship. The post war remnants of the American Line would become the United States Lines. Good condition with some minor edge scuffs.
Nice SAV September 1952 magazine issue with a wonderful 6 page article of the New American superliner SS United States. Filled with some really nice b&w photos and just an amazing cover art with a birdseye view of the ships forward starboard side (the only flaw here .. the desck are shown as yellow .. they were actually green). I wish I could read the French Text.
Excellent cruises and tours brochure for CSL for the 1963 season. The days of these lake boats built mostly of wood were nearing and end. NYC agency stamp.
Excellent little rates and sailing folders for the APL. Brooklyn, NY agency stamp on the rear cover. Great condition.