Souvenir spoon from the record breaking ss Bremen of 1929. Measures about 3.5″ long and in mint condition.
First and tourist-class deck plan for the Bremen (ex-Pasteur). Nine images. When open, measures about 36″ x 8″. Excellent condition.
Silver pin dish hallmarked 885 (or 885 parts of silver per 1000). Sterling silver is set by law at 925. In its original box. Dish measures about 3.75″ across and is in mint condition.
Miniature beer mug about the size of a shot glass. Produced for the on-board souvenir shops of the sleek ocean liner ss Europa of 1930. Measures about 1.75″ tall.
Bone-china pin dish from the gift shop of the ss Europa of 1930. In mint condition measuring about 4″ across.
North German Lloyd brochure for the Berlin, Dresden, and Stuttgart. These are liners that don’t see too much for. 16 pages. Lots of interior photos, mostly one to a page. In excellent condition.
A complete sheet of 24 buttons from Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL). Mint condition and still wrapped in the original packing. Use them on your own sports coat!
Like a lot of our favorite collectibles, one could say “these used to be much more common.” A 1950s or 1960s lapel pin from NDL. Measures about 1″ across and mint.
Cute sterling-silver souvenir spoon from Norddeutscher Lloyd. Pre WWI, and like many of the fine German souvenir spoons of this era, beautifully enameled with the company house flag. Measures about 4″ long.