Fold-open brochure for Canadian Pacific’s transatlantic service. When open, it measures about 28.5″ x 18. 23 photos and renderings, most in color. The graphics on the cover are great!
Bakelite ashtray sporting the CPR Steamship Lines logo and made in Scotland. In very good condition, measuring about 4″ across.
Sister to the ill-fated Empress of Ireland. Later became the Montroyal. J.A. Murray in command. This one is for her voyage from Quebec to Liverpool, August 13, 1909.
A jig-saw puzzle of one of the most beautiful liners ever built. I’ve put it together, and unlike so many puzzles that are this old, it is complete.
Amazingly huge color-coded deck plan for the Empress of England. When open, it measures about 38″ x 34″ and contains 21 photos of her interiors.
Very desireable Saloon passenger list for the ill-fated Empress of Ireland. Superb graphics on the cover! J.V. Forster in command. Dated April 4, 1913.
Very desirable passenger list for the ill-fated Empress of Ireland. Passenger lists for her are more difficult to find than those for other famous ships like Lusitania. Dated July 11, 1913.
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!