Lovely graphics on this Aquitania dinner menu from May 16, 1922. Although the class is not specifically mentioned, it is probably a second-class menu given the limited choices available. Excellent condition.
Sought-after souvenir compact as sold in Aquitania’s gift shop. A nice item that dates to the 1930’s or 1940’s. Still has some powder in it. In excellent condition.
Cunard’s postwar flagship until the Queen Mary entered service. Measures about 36” x 31” when opened. Some typical small tears at the folds and edges, but none are over 1”. It would frame beautifully.
Diminutive brochure that covers Berengaria’s first-class accommodation. 20 pages with 16 full-page photos. A touch of discoloration on the cover, but otherwise excellent condition!
Silver souvenir spoon dating to the 1920’s and prior to the CWS merger. In excellent condition with no issues with the enamel.
Impressive and well-made pre-war sterling silver and enamel souvenir spoon. The “pretty sisters” also had great gift shop items. Measures about 4” long and in near mint condition.
Color-coded cruise plan for the “Green Goddess.” Not dated, but dates prior to the 1965 refit. Measures 37″ x 24″. Excellent condition.
Glossy color-coded first-class deck plan for the famous Franconia. Dated November, 1950. Sports 6 color images, including the famous painting of her by Kenneth Shoesmith. In excellent condition.
Not often seen spoon as sold in the on board gift shop from Cunard’s ill fated Lancastira. In excellent condition with no problems with the silver or its high quality enamel. Measures about 4” long.
Fine colorized card showing Lusitania on her trials. Of course, she is listed as new. The card was mailed March 21,1911. Very good condition with dog-eared corners.
Great colorized image of Lusitania sailing down the Hudson early in her service life. Posted from Times Square on May 18, 1908, and in very good condition.
Impressive real-photo postcard of the Lusitania at the famous floating Landing Stage in Liverpool. She cuts quite the figure here with those funnels, does she not? Unused and in excellent condition.
Reverse-painted glass paperweight for the ill-fated Cunarder RMS Lusitania. In very good condition and measures about 4.25″ x 2.75″.