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Superb brochure for the America.  24 pages with 21 images of first, cabin, and tourist class.   Centerfold broadside rendering with color cut-away renderings of four cabin types showing the various layouts.  Dates to the early… read more ›

One of the best brochures ever done for this famous (and ill-fated) Italian liner.  Mostly covers first class but also shows renderings of second class.  Lots of color renderings of her interiors.  The Andrea Doria… read more ›

A very early brochure for her, probably from her entry into service.  32 pages with 30 images, many I haven’t seen elsewhere.  Huge amount of information about the rooms and heavy concentration on the decorative… read more ›

Lovely petit brochure for the Aquitania, probably dating the 1920s.  10 photos, including one lovely portrait photo of her at sea.  Measures about 5.75″ x 3.5″  Excellent condition.

Simply fantastic full-color cutaway for Cunard’s RMS Aquitania.  In excellent condition aside from some pin holes.  Does not detract.  All the typical iconic views are shown including the athwartship cutaway and color views of the… read more ›

One of the best brochures ever done for Berengaria.  With 24 pages with 18 full-page images of her first- and second-class public rooms, it is amazing to compare the interior of her and her sisters… read more ›

Fascinating and informative passenger information booklet for cruise passengers printed quite late in the ship’s life.  This one is dated March, 1967.  I really enjoyed reading it as the details are fascinating.  In very good… read more ›

Return-to-service brochure produced for the Cunard White Star Liner Britannic in 1947.  “The Britannic is not only British in name, from keel to masthead she embodies the traditional skill of British craftsmen.”  I’ll say!  She… read more ›

“A New Transatlantic Aristocrat.” As White Star Line said themselves, ” Our enthusiasm for the new Britannic would result in a description so flowery that the reader might be skeptical.” Running 24 pages and filled… read more ›

“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.  Just restocked.  You… read more ›

WOW!  What a brochure for Queen Mary!  I consider this one of the two the best brochures ever done for the ship.  The word “brochure” actually doesn’t do this piece justice.  It’s more of a… read more ›

“The Cunard company have been pioneers in the perfection of accommodations for Cabin and Second Class passengers.  Nowhere have developments been greater than in the new fleet of giant one-funnel oil-burning Cunarders.” I couldn’t say… read more ›

Colorful foldout brochure for Cunard White Star’s cruises in 1935.  What ship would you have chosen?  Homeric, Doric, Aquitania, or Lancastria?  “A more thrilling program than ever!”  Fantastic condition and really grand cover art.

One of White Star’s most lavish brochures created in the midst of the depression.  This would be one of the last brochures for Adriatic and Baltic.  Celtic and Cedric having already gone.  Runs 24 pages… read more ›

A Canadian Pacific brochure for the “Newest White Empress and the Largest White Empress!”  Great cover graphics!  Sports a full-color cutaway, 16 color renderings, and 10 full-color photos.  Covers both first and second class.  She… read more ›

The only full-scale brochure ever produced for the Caribia, which was built as Cunard’s famous RMS Caronia.  Caribia completed only one cruise in 1969.  On her second attempt to cruise the Caribbean, her power switchboard… read more ›

Nice full-color brochure produced for Cunard Line’s fantastic Caronia.  Twelve images for her interiors and exteriors.  Measures 16″ x 18″ inches.  Very good condition.  I had 15 of these! You guys cleaned me out and… read more ›

I love these colorful cut-aways.  Whether you frame them or just take them out and look at them, they’re gorgeous and informative.  Cunard must have loved them as well because they produced them for all… read more ›

Not-often-seen brochure produced for the launch of the largest ship built anywhere since the end of WWII, Cunard’s incomparable Green Goddess, Caronia.  Because of post-war rationing, promotional materials were not produced on the scale seen… read more ›

Following the summer sun with RMS Caronia’s world cruise of 1965 sounds like a plan, doesn’t it?  As usual for Caronia, she goes the “wrong way” in my opinion, losing time throughout the trip as… read more ›

“Empresses of the Atlantic.”  First-class brochure for the ill-fated Empress of Ireland and her sister Empress of Britain.  They were the pride of Canadian Pacific’s fleet before the war.  24 pages (every single one of… read more ›

Fantastic tourist-class full-color brochure printed on glossy paper. The best on-board photos you can imagine! Complete with sample breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus — oh, that French Line food. Certainly the best brochure done for… read more ›

Full-color brochure filled with 35 photos for both classes. Fold-out in the middle with an aerial photo of her at sea. Pull-out profile at the back which is color-coded to show you in what parts… read more ›

A full-color fold-open brochure with great graphics for the fantastic ss France.  One I haven’t had in quite some time.  The French Line was creative in the images with this brochure.  Really cute.  Measures about… read more ›

Very unusual photographic book for the beloved ss France of 1962.   Probably produced by CGT for use by travel agents to show prospective passengers the various level of cabin categories.  Hardback with 18 images of… read more ›

An interesting French Line brochure I have only had once before.  Covering the famous ss Ile de France, ss Flandre, and ss Liberte.  Dates to 1950s or, if you will, the 100 year give or… read more ›

“The World’s Largest Ship.”  Wait, shouldn’t that be the United States Lines’s Leviathan?  At the time, it depended on if who you ask was from the US or the UK!  Both ships were pretty evenly… read more ›

Stunning color cut-away of White Star Line’s RMS Majestic.  In many ways, Majestic was a forerunner to ships such as ss Normandie (with divided uptakes, every public room being double height, etc.).  White Star cut-aways… read more ›

My personal favorite brochure produced for RMS Mauretania.  In fact, it could be the best brochure ever for the great ship.  Lavishly illustrated, covering first class, which runs 24 pages with many full-page photos.  It… read more ›

Here is one I haven’t had in some time.  A cute brochure for the RMS Mauretania.  Using fold outs it covers the majority of the first-class sections of the ship.  Circa 1922-1925ish she is still… read more ›

A tourist-class brochure for the Normandie in French.  Fantastic cover art, but what makes it interesting are the renderings inside which make third-class look far more inviting but also suggest it is a maiden-voyage-era brochure. … read more ›

Unusual cut-away for the ss Normandie.  Your favorite French Line ship is surrounded by nearly 24 interiors renderings, meaning that it certainly dates to before the maiden voyage.  Great cover art!  Something CGT was really… read more ›

I’ve only ever had three other brochures of this type.  This is an 12-page brochure produced around 1919 when RMS Olympic restarted the Southampton service in conjunction with RMS Adriatic.  Majestic and Homeric aren’t even… read more ›

Arguably the finest brochure (more like a hard-cover book!) ever created for CGT’s only four stacker. This hardbound entry-into-service brochure sports 36 pages of on-board photos, both interior and exterior, most of which I haven’t… read more ›

The United States Lines was keen to showcase the food, service, and clientele of our beloved Big U.  Favorite dishes are endorsed by the ship’s most-famous passengers, including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.  As… read more ›

12-page brochure describing the interesting sand art in the Navajo Lounge on board the ss United States.  Measures about 6½” x 4½”.  Absolutely mint.  These have gotten very scarce in the past few years.

RMS Olymipc, Homeric, and Majestic brochure from around 1925.  The finest brochure ever done for White Star Line’s post-war trio of ships.  20 pages of full color covering all 3 ships.  RMS Majestic as the… read more ›