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A rarely seen ash bin from the first-class staircase of the Queen Mary.  Sycamore veneered and fully marked on the bottom with its location on board.  These could be found in most public rooms in… 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 ›

Attractive and useful third-class bunk ladder from the famous RMS Queen Mary.  In very good condition and made of solid mahogany.  These are useful and good looking by your bookcase.  See archival for one in… read more ›

Fine candy tin that once held Benson’s confectionery.  Around the side are images of the Queen Elizabeth, Mauretania, and Sylvania, which dates this to no earlier 1957.

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 just over 7″… read more ›

Two amazingly comfortable solid-mahogany chairs from second-class cabins on the Queen Mary.  These chairs have a fascinating history. Originally used in second class on aboard the Mary, these chairs were eventually transferred for use on… 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.  Because of the Queen Mary’s extreme popularity there was always a lot of need for extra… read more ›

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

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

A pin dish for the RMS Queen Mary with the famous painting by C.E. Turner.  Measuring 5″ across, this dish is made of fine bone china and is in near mint condition. Enhance your collection… read more ›

Where else can you find something like this?  A lifeboat-and-raft ration biscuit tin from the famous Cunarder ss Queen Mary.  It contains one pound of biscuits divided into 48 separate serving portions.  Stamped “Cunard SS… read more ›

Unusual and rarely seen lifeboat plaque from the Queen Mary.  These would have been mounted, most usually, on the back of your stateroom door.    Measures about 12″ x 8″.  One piece of a corner… 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 ›

Hardback menu cover from the incomparable Verandah Grill on board the RMS Queen Mary.  Can’t you just imagine being seated in this fantastic room and opening this menu expecting (and getting) the best meal of… read more ›

One of the most collectible items ever made for the Queen Mary.  A Chad Valley take-to-pieces model.  As you can see from the photo, each deck pivots revealing a detailed color-coded deck plan, handily numbered… read more ›

Stunning unpublished aerial photo of our favorite liner arriving on her maiden voyage.  Isn’t this a majestic and unbelievable view?  Isn’t the sunlight just amazing?  From the R.T. Johnson collection.  Framed and measures about 18″… 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.

Final transatlantic philatelic postal cover from the Queen Mary.  Posted at sea during the crossing.   In excellent condition.  Comes to us from the collection of Ron T. Johnson, Cunard’s New York manager.

And they’re off! A playful piece of Queen Mary history. One of the wooden horses used in the first-class lounge for afternoon horse racing. If you had to choose a number, I suppose No. 1… read more ›

A Roanoid stateroom thermos.  A number of different styles and shapes of thermoses were used on the ship during her career.  Has two chips out of the rim, but when displayed, this is not noticeable.

Gold-plated and enamel tie clip from the Queen Mary’s on-board gift shop.  In great condition.  Still on its original card as sold on board.