Home » Cunard M-Q

Cunard M-Q

Wonderful pair of candlesticks made from the teak handrail of the Mauretania.  Standing 8″ tall, these are in excellent condition. One candlestick has a plaque from Hughes, Bolckow Shipbreaking Co. in Blyth, Northumberland, attesting to… read more ›

Mauretania celluloid pin sold by the American Baptist Publication Society. Perhaps the society took a crossing on Mauretania? More likely they were riding the publicity coat tails of the fastest ship in the world to… read more ›

I’ve been informed that this specially produced nighttime photo card is a doctored version of a daytime view. Notice the crescent moon is “backwards.” This photo was originally taken September 17th, 1907 as Mauretania was… read more ›

Glossy full-color first-class plan for the second Mauretania. A passenger has marked and noted the cost of their very nice A Deck outside cabin. Dates to the mid 1950’s. Near mint condition.

Don’t you just love the Cunard souvenir lapel pins?  I do, and I think they have a lot of style.  This pin from the second Mauretania is no exception.  In very good condition.

Impressive glossy full-color deck plan for Cunard’s little-loved Media and Parthia.  They were two post-war beauties but were not really suited to the traffic needs of the day.  The plan sports 9 full color images… read more ›

Heavy copper hand-chased engraving pate made by Cunard White Star to print the announcement cards for the party held on board their brand-new combo liner Media.  Made just before her maiden arrival in October, 1947. … read more ›

A piece of coal that was salvaged from the wreck of the Cunarder Oregon in the early 1990s.  When I was talking to the diver about his collection of Oregon items, I asked him if… read more ›

Octagonal ceramic tile salvaged from the Cunarder Oregon.  Interestingly, the ship flooring was largely very high-quality ceramic tiles.  I wondered why such a labor intensive and, not to mention heavy, flooring was used.  This led… read more ›

Mosaic floor tiles salvaged from the ill-fated Cunarder ss Oregon.  The diver who brought these back described where he found them, and the information and location means that they are almost certainly from the smoking… read more ›

A bottle recovered from the Cunarder Oregon.  The diver who recovered this left the barnacles on it to show its time spent under water.  Very few items from Oregon have left the collections of the… read more ›

A sailing schedule flyer for New York and Halifax.  The Queen Elizabeth is given top billing, but of course, the Queen Mary and old Aquitania are also listed.  It is undated, but since Aquitania finished… read more ›

Beautiful enameled Stratton lapel pin in the shape of the QE. Great condition. No loss of enamel and no cracks. Measures about 1½” in length. Wear it to your next event.

This is one of those items that will set your collection apart from others.  An original on-board life ring from the Queen Elizabeth.  Measuring about 29″ in diameter, this life ring has a special history… read more ›

$3,500.00 More Information

Lovely fine-bone china pin tray made by Staffordshire and sold in her on-board gift shop. No loss of gold around the trim. No chipping, cracking, or crazing. In short, it’s mint. Measures about 5″ x… read more ›

Exceptionally rare original construction plan for the Card Room and Writing Room on the Queen Elizabeth. Lots of detail. The plan even includes the wattage for the lights. Mint condition. Measures 24″ x 23″. Would… read more ›

Mint condition souvenir tea towel from the world’s largest liner.  This item comes from the collection of Ron Johnson, Operations Manager of Cunard in New York.  He started with the company in 1926 and retired… read more ›

View Cunard R-Z →