A very unusual postcard for Mauretania. Her image is in 3D. Very rarely see these! Unused.
Exquisite stern-view, real-photo card of Cunard’s Mauretania, probably in Southampton Water. Unused and not posted. Excellent condition.
Souvenir milk-ribbon plate for the first Mauretania. In very good condition with some age spots to the sky and water but no missing paint. Measures about 6″ across.
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.
Pre-maiden voyage deck plan dated January, 1939, for “travel agents office use only.” In excellent condition on glossy paper. A passenger has circled a large outside cabin on B deck.
Dated February, 1947, and thus predating her return-to-service maiden voyage. Interesting blurb about this great ship. In excellent condition.
A maiden voyage cover for the “new” RMS Mauretania. In excellent condition.
A booklet about QE2 that I haven’t seen before. 20 pages all in full color. One photo per page with a description. Dates to the time that the first new suites were added.
QE2 fare and sailing schedule from 1975. 16 pages with lots of color interior photo of her in her early years. Sailing schedule and fares. Prices listed in pounds.
Transatlantic timetable and fares in the April, 1976, revised edition. Over 2 dozen color interior and exterior photos of the great liner. Prices in pounds. 8 pages.
Hard-to-find postal cachet for the preview cruise of Cunard’s new Queen Elizabeth 2. Posted on board at Las Palmas on 26 April 1969, this cover has been signed by Commodore Ron Warwick.
Postal cachet posted on board during her preview cruise in April, 1969. Mailed from Lisbon on April 28, 1969. Signed by Commodore Ron Warwick.
Postal cachet for the preview cruise of the new Queen Elizabeth 2. Posted on board and mailed at Tenerife on April 23, 1969. Signed by Commodore Ron Warwick.
Plastic souvenir life ring from Queen Elizabeth 2’s on-board gift shop. In excellent condition with its original box. Measures about 4.5″ in diameter.
Cabin-class plan for the largest ship in the world — Dated with 1960 but several dates available so please inquire. Well illustrated and folds open to 32″ x 8½”. In very good condition.
Tourist-class plan for the largest ship in the world — all dated with various dates in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. Well illustrated and folds open to 32″ x 8½”. A few available.
Made by “Weatherby” in the UK and most likely dates to the 1960s. These were sold in the RMS Queen Elizabeth’s on-board gift shops. In excellent condition.
Hot tea, anyone? The double house flag tea strainer as sold in the on-board gift shops of the RMS Queen Elizabeth. In excellent condition.
Lovely plate by Stuart Crystal made to commemorate the end of the Queen Elizabeth’s service life. In original box and comes with insert card. Plate measures about 8.5″ across.