• United States Running Lights, Port and Starboard

    Picture it.  Norfolk, VA.  1984. Famed ocean-liner memorabilia dealer Ken Schultz visits the ss United States shortly after the 1984 auction of her fittings.  During his visit, this pair of running lights was removed personally by maritime author Mark Warren whom Schultz asked along for help. As you can imagine, these navigation lights are one-of-a-kind items, and Schultz stated in…
  • Olympic Deck Plan, Tourist Third, 1931

    Ultra rare tourist-third-class deck plan for the White Star Liner RMS Olympic, dated June, 1931.  In very good condition and measures about 23" x 34.5". Did you know many Edwardian liners became four-class ships late in their careers?  White Star Line were pioneers in the late 1920s, coming up with novel ideas to try to sell former immigrant cabins which…
  • Telephone, 1st-Class Cabin

    "You can telephone to any part of the world whilst at sea."  Can you imagine being in the middle of the North Atlantic and sitting in your cabin on an ocean liner talking to people back home?  It must have seemed like the  height of modern technology in the 1930s.  While you might have been able to call any part…
  • Britannic (1914) Woodwork, First-Class Smoke Room

    Britannic was to become more important than ever to White Star Line's future in 1914 and 1915, but as we know, it was not to be.  Her interiors were largely completed, however, and much was installed before she became a hospital ship.  Her first-class smoking room was not installed when she sank in 1916, and that is fortunate for us…
  • Oregon, Dinner Plate

    Impressive and rare intact dinner plate brought up from the wreck of the ss Oregon in the 1990s.  This is the last of the four plates I bought that is not broken.  A wonderful and hard-to-find addition to any Cunard Steam Ship Company collection. Until you handle a lot of Cunard 19th century china (and there are precious few people…

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Luxury Liner Row is a veritable ocean-liner memorabilia department store. Its offerings are consistently high quality, always with accurate descriptions, and reasonable prices. It's a treat just to scroll through and enjoy photographs of everything from liners' forks and spoons to rare objects, deck plans, brochures, and photographs. One can buy with confidence from Luxury Liner Row, owned by a conscientious and customer-friendly...
- Charlie Haas, Maritime Author