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.
Probably my favorite of all the gift-shop items ever stocked. Beautiful reverse-painted butterfly-wing pin dish for White Star Line’s last-serving liner. This is only the second one I have carried for Britannic. In mint condition.
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.
Unused and unusual gummed sticker for mail posted on Olympic. Measures about 2″ long. Excellent condition. A small quantity available.
An early artist-rendering card from the time of the great ship’s maiden voyage. Unused but back shows where once attached to an album page.
Huge real photo postcard of RMS Olympic in Book Post format. Measures about 5.5″ x 10.25″. Some curling at edges, but these should press out fine. One small crease on left side.
A stunning real-photographic postcard of the RMS Olympic in Southampton. Image dates to mid 1920s, and she’s looking every inch the most handsome ocean liner in the world. Unused and in excellent condition.
Cool and iconic color artist card imagining RMS Olympic compared to various buildings of her time. Written and posted in April, 1922–the gravy years for this beloved White Star Liner.
The famous Tuck’s postcard of Titanic at sea. In excellent condition. This iconic image is an asset to any RMS Titanic or White Star Line collection.