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Wouldn’t you like to browse through the gift shop on the RMS Queen Mary?  Ashtrays like this were popular souvenirs.  So often, the butterfly wings that were used to make these items seem to “evaporate,” i.e…. read more ›

Only in her first year of service did Queen Mary sport in-service ashtrays that were emblazoned with her name.  Like the ones on Normandie with her name, Cunard White Star found that these ashtrays quickly… read more ›

Fascinating and informative passenger information booklet for cruise passengers printed quite late in the ship’s life.  This one is dated March, 1967.  I really enjoyed reading it as the details are fascinating.  In very good… read more ›

WOW!  What a brochure for Queen Mary!  I consider this one of the two the best brochures ever done for the ship.  The word “brochure” actually doesn’t do this piece justice.  It’s more of a… read more ›

Lovely candy tin for the RMS Queen Mary.  Alas, no candy, but nice to see one in such good shape.  These display so well which is why they are saved, of course. Want to recreate… read more ›

Unusal craquelure (also known as craquelle) carafe used on board Cunard vessels.  This seems to have been a late addition to the Mary’s service, put on board sometime in the 1960s.  Stands about 6.5″ tall…. read more ›

A very cool carpet from the Queen Mary!  This time I have found you something that fits the home that is already full of furniture!  Of the highest quality, this carpet is a very useful… read more ›

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A slice of the famous ocean liner RMS Queen Mary.  Own a bit of her anchor chain.  This is one of the earliest and most interesting souvenirs made from the original fittings of the ship… read more ›

A comfortable cabin chair from second-class cabin D-149 on the Queen Mary.  Crafted from solid mahogany, what makes this chair stand out above all other pieces of Queen Mary furniture available for sale is the… read more ›

An amazingly comfortable solid-mahogany chair from a second-class cabin (B-54) on the Queen Mary.  This chair has a fascinating history. Originally used in second class on aboard the Mary, the chair was eventually transferred for… read more ›

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Useful and cool bent tubular metal Queen Mary chair.  It is marked “Q. Mary, Staff Captain” on the bottom.  These overflow chairs were brought in for situations where additional seating was needed in a lounge… read more ›

As you know, Cunard didn’t mark their in-service Stewart crystal glassware, but it is easily identifiable by the famous wave pattern.  Sadly, without the Cunard name on it, it is hard to come by (let… read more ›

As you know, Cunard didn’t mark their in-service Stewart crystal glassware, but it is easily identifiable by the famous wave pattern.  Sadly, without the Cunard name on it, it is hard to come by (let… read more ›

In a very unusual turn, I can definitely say that this glass is from the RMS Queen Mary.  How do I know?  Here’s a little background:  A gentleman in his late 80s who lives in… read more ›

Want to have most of the entire passenger sections of the Queen Mary in a single deck plan?  Look no further than this much-sought-after cruise plan for her.  You’ll note that, although it appears that… read more ›

The French Line went for commemorative bronze medallions in a big way.  More than five were produced for Normandie alone.  Cunard?  Not so much.  They could not resist doing a medal for the Queen Mary,… read more ›

Tourist-class passenger list for the August 12, 1936, crossing from New York to Southampton with Captain Peel in command.  This is the last crossing before she took the Blue Ribbon for the first time!  Lovely… read more ›

Popular Stratton enamel lapel pin from the post-war period and sold in her on-board gift shop.  Comes still attached to its original backing.  Excellent condition.

I haven’t seen one of these in a long time.  A souvenir portrait lapel pin from the RMS Queen Mary.  Dating to the time of the ship’s maiden voyage, the pin sports images of the… read more ›

One of my favorite items on Luxury Liner Row–a solid brass porthole dog from the RMS Queen Mary.  One of the most work-a-day items taken off the ship when she was converted, the City of… read more ›

Very fine, large, and heavy bronze medal produced for Queen Mary’s maiden voyage by the Royal Mint.  The story goes that a large quantity of these were sent out to California when the RMS Queen… read more ›

Rolestar table lighter from the souvenir shop on board the RMS Queen Mary.  Our favorite Cunarder had these lighters in several colors, but I think this black version is the classiest.  In excellent condition.

A classic and cool souvenir of the RMS Queen Mary.  A section of her mooring rope.  These were cut up and sold in the very earliest days of her time in Long Beach.  Very hard… read more ›

Beautiful Staffordshire pin dish with the famous painting of our favorite ocean liner by C.E. Turner.  Measuring 5″ across, this dish is made of fine bone china and is in near mint condition.  Enhance your… read more ›

Just acquired a pair of bar stools from the Midships Bar, which was installed in the famous Long Gallery circa 1964.  The original Long Gallery is my favorite room on board!  How about you?  These… read more ›

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A stateroom water jug manufactured by Thermos.  A number of different styles and shapes of thermoses were used on the RMS Queen Mary during her career by Cunard.  In excellent condition which is rarely seen.

I haven’t offered you one of these in quite some time.   A souvenir tie bar from the ship’s on-board gift shop.  Use it for your next event where you want to show off your collection.

After decades of buying, selling, and collecting souvenirs from the famous RMS Queen Mary, it is rare indeed for me to say “never seen another”.  But here it is a tie pin from your favorite… read more ›

A set of unused matches from her final voyage to Long Beach in 1967 and a pack of tissue paper also unused–“for your personal use.”  Both items from her last trip.

I have never had another one of these before.  A souvenir wine bottle opener from the gift shop on the RMS Queen Mary.  In excellent condition.  Brings to mind the old adage “I love cooking… read more ›

Oh-so-tough-to-come-by hardback wine list from the RMS Queen Mary.  Dated February, 1966.  These passengers could take comfort in the finest wines you could imagine.  Château Lafite 1959 at $8 a bottle.  Krug Private Cuvée 1955… read more ›