Abstract of log from Britannic’s April 9, 1949, crossing. She had not yet been back in post-war service a full year. In excellent condition.
Long-serving Captain Ranson is in command. He famously commanded Baltic during the rescue of passengers off the sinking White Star Liner Republic in 1909. In excellent condition.
Rarely do we see anything for the White Star liner Cretic, but here is a color log abstract from her. Dated September 8, 1904, it is framed and matted. Frame measures 13″ x 11″.
Amazing real photo postcard of Majestic in the King George V Graving Dock. She looks massive because she was! Unused and in excellent condition. This is image 37 from the set.
Perhaps the best swimming pool ever put in a liner. This was no simple plunge bath, this is positively Pompeian! Unused and in excellent condition.
Stationery that comes to us right off the world’s largest liner, RMS Majestic. Maker’s watermark and in excellent condition.
Unused and unusual gummed sticker for mail posted on Olympic. Measures about 2″ long. Excellent condition. A small quantity available.
A writing pen made from Olympic’s timbers. These were made custom for me by Ray Cowell, who once owned the paint factory that was outfitted with fittings from Olympic. Measures about 3.5″.
One of the nicer cards ever issued for Olympic. There’s something very soothing about it. In great condition (with a bent corner) and unused.
A not-often-seen artist rendering of Olympic on a vertically oriented card. Certainly post Titanic but could be either pre-war or early post-war period. Unposted and slight dog ears.
Sterling silver spoon from RMS Olympic’s on-board gift shop. This pre-war beauty was made in Birmingham and is dated 1913. The enamel disk of Olympic coming out of a 5-pointed star is impressive. Mint condition.