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.
Extremely rare piece of stationery from a cruise on board Aquitania with a color rendering of the liner at the top. Folded but in great condition. Never seen another!
These silver-plated souvenirs for the liners were made in Birmingham, England, and in this case, for the Cunard Line’s RMS Carinthia of 1925. In excellent condition with no damage to the enamel.
A fine sterling-silver and enamel spoon from the Cunarder Carinthia. One of the Canadian Quartet from the 1950s, these four ships that serviced Canada were not Cunard’s most popular. Excellent condition measuring about 4.25″ long.
Color-coded cruise plan for the “Green Goddess.” Not dated, but dates to after the 1965 refit when the pool aft on Sun Deck was added. Measures 37″ x 24″.
Fine second-class Lusitania passenger list for her voyage from Liverpool to New York on 30 December 1911 with the ever-popular Captain James Charles in command. Aquitania is listed as “building.” Some foxing throughout.
Lovely postcard of the ill-fated RMS Lusitania on the stocks at John Brown’s yard shortly before her launch. What a day that must have been! Unused and in excellent condition.