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    Lusitania, First-Class Dinner Menu

    Amazing stand-up first-class menu from Cunard’s Lusitania.  Dated October 12, 1912, just a few months after Titanic sank.  Try the Oysters on the Half Shell, the Caviar, or the Braised Duckling.  In excellent condition with superb graphics.  Could not ask for better from this famous lost liner.
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    China, Three Lobed Serving Dish

    One of the rarest and nicest White Star china items for any collection.  The three-lobed serving dish as used on Olympic and salvaged from Titanic.  I suspect these were used as part of the ubiquitous hors d'oeuvre variés that was nearly always on the first-class dinner menu.  The dish sports three thumb holes in the ring around the base so…
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    Caronia, Art Deco Console

    I am proud to offer an extremely rare item and one of the nicest pieces of Cunard furniture I have ever seen.  This is one of a pair of stunning Art Deco consoles in precious macassar ebony veneer from the second-class lounge.  The console is just about the size of a Cunard tea try, and I suspect one of their…
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    Queen Elizabeth Life Ring

    This is one of those items that will set your collection apart from others.  An original on-board life ring from the Queen Elizabeth.  Measuring about 29" in diameter, this life ring has a special history to it.  It comes from the estate of Ron Johnson, who started his career with Cunard in 1926 and retired in 1971 as the Manager…
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    Normandie Lifejacket

    I’m pleased to be able to offer this life jacket from France’s greatest liner.  Canvas over cork with “Normandie, Le Havre” stenciled on it.  Needless to say these are quite rare.  All the ties and buckles in very good condition.  Some very slight staining on the canvas.  Displays wonderfully.  I tried it on, and it fits!
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Luxury Liner Row is an ever-changing collection of the finest in ocean-liner memorabilia.  I oftentimes browse the sale pages just to learn new details about my favorite ships.
- Parks Stephenson -- Olympic-Class Researcher