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Colorful foldout brochure for Cunard White Star’s cruises in 1935.  What ship would you have chosen?  Homeric, Doric, Aquitania, or Lancastria?  “A more thrilling program than ever!”  Fantastic condition and really grand cover art.

Interesting 24-page brochure for Cunard’s second-class service circa 1924.  The entire fleet is covered with the Mauretania, Berengaria, Aquitania, and the new Carinthia getting top billing.  Some particularly fine shots for the Mauretania.  All the… read more ›

Glossy full-color brochure for Cunard’s tourist-class (third class) transatlantic service.  Dates to the early 1960s.  In excellent condition and filled with some really fascinating images of the ships both on board and off.

The Christmas issue for December, 1921, of the Cunard Magazine.  Fascinating news about the goings-on of the company with much info including the conversion of the big ships to oil and the construction of the… read more ›

Nice informational brochure about Cunard’s Fishguard service.  Almost certainly dates to mid-1914, just before WWI started, because there is a full-page photo of Aquitania on her trials.  Lots of interesting information about the harbor and… read more ›

ss Servia of the Cunard Line.  She was famous for being the first Cunarder with a steel hull and electric lights.  The ship of firsts!  This dates from her entry into service in 1881.  Very… read more ›

The Cunarder Umbria, the finest and fastest ship going in 1884, was rapidly eclipsed with the stunning advancement of ocean-liner technology.  A fine postcard for her in very good unused condition.

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