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    Caronia Staircase Sign

    Super-rare staircase sign from Caronia.  It could quite possibly be this exact sign shown in the archival on board.  See the archival on the Queen Mary for a similar sign as well.  I know of only two staircase signs that still exist, and the other is in my private collection.  This sign was taken off the ship in 1974 by…
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    Empress of Britain (1930) Commemorative Brochure

    Scarce brochure made to commemorate the sinking of the Empress of Britain on October 28, 1940. Runs 15 pages and includes not only a brief history of her life, but also photos of crew members and former famous passengers, including King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and a list of casualties.  A number of photo of her in both war…
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    Olympic Silver Souvenir Basket

    Cute silver-plated souvenir candy dish from RMS Olympic.  In very good condition with lovely enamel logo.  Measures about 4” in diameter.  These can be seen for sale in her barber shop.  Quality souvenirs for Olympic are, as you all know, highly sought after.  This one is a centerpiece to any collection.  See archival.
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    Aquitania Stratton Compact

    Sought-after souvenir compact as sold in Aquitania’s gift shop.  A nice item that dates to the 1930’s or 1940’s.  Still has some powder in it.  In excellent condition.
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    Aquitania Blueprint for Washbasin Backs

    Produced by the famous and still-operating Shanks Co., Ltd, this full-scale drawing shows the sink backs as proposed for the B Deck cabins on Aquitania.  They are very similar to those of Olympic and Titanic, and they should be because Shanks supplied bath ware to the White Star ships as well.  This is to real-time scale, i.e. the plan is…
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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