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“Escape to a life of leisure….”  Desirable brochure for Canadian Pacific from the mid 1960’s.  Full-color fold-out with lots of interior photos.  Measures about 19″ x 24″ when unfolded.  In excellent condition.  Three just restocked you had cleaned me out of my previous supply.

Designed to withstand the high heat of an oven, these dishes were used for a very specific purpose.  In the “Empress” pattern.  Dates to the 1920’s and 1930’s and was used on Canadian Pacific’s far-east run.  Made by Royal Worcester, this piece measures about 7″ x 4″.  In near-mint condition. … read more ›

39% Less Ocean to Europe.  24-page pre-war brochure for Canadian Pacific.  Lots of photos of the interiors and exteriors of their liners, including the Empress of Britain.  Has a very large fold-out map of all the CPR routes around the world.  Excellent condition.

Kingsway was a standard bearer in the world of high-quality real-photo postcards.  They outdid themselves with this fantastic view of the Empress of Britain at anchor.  This image is any ship lover’s ideal.  The liner is shown to her best advantage and looking so good that she might be brand… read more ›

Nearly identical sister to the ill-fated Empress of Ireland, the Empress of Britain went on to become the Montroyal in 1924, still in service for Canadian Pacific. Beautiful unused color rendering of her in excellent condition.

Unusual stern view of the Empress of Britain.  This card is so well produced that it looks like a print from the photo developer.  Judges, Ltd., was a well-known name in UK postcard production.  They did some amazing views of Olympic, for example.  The card is unused and in excellent… read more ›

Real photo postcard postally unused and in excellent condition.  So many post cards were made of her using a stern angle, one has to wonder if they thought she looked best from the stern or if photographers were interested in her modern cruiser stern….

16-page full-color brochure for Canadian Pacific.  Printed in 1959, this contains 17 color photos and renderings of the various classes and the ships.  Covers the Empress of Britain, the Empress of Canada, and the Empress of France.  Measures 8″ x 8″.  In very good condition but had at one point… read more ›

A beautiful and near-mint condition souvenir plate for the ill-fated Empress of Ireland.  Finding high-quality items like this from the Empress is really difficult to accomplish.  The plate measures about 7” across.

Large china serving dish by Royal Worcestor made of “fireproof porcelain.”  Marked with the steamship line’s logo.  Measures 10½” x 6¼”.  In excellent condition with no chips cracks or crazing.

Canadian Pacific Railway!  A third-class canvas ticket wallet for the eastern European market.  Dates to the pre-war period and has an image of the Empress of Ireland/Empress of Britain.  In excellent condition and quite rare!