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A Group of Five Items Related to Cruise Ships


Various places: various companies, some undated [ca. 1930-1937]. Consisting of the following: Compagnie Nord Atlantique/ Cunard Line; ticket folder with three unused baggage labels for third class passage on Cunard and an unused Cunard baggage tag. Aquitania: 1937 Winter Cruise to South America; small folio brochures bound dos-a-dos, with the large fold-out “Cruise Plan and Rate Schedule” and “Shore Excursion Program” brochures in a sleeve at the back of the larger publication. The Cunarder Aquitania: Aristocrat of the Seas. Brochure illustrating the ship and the worthies who chose to travel on her. Queen of Bermuda: The New Turbo Electric. Furness Bermuda Line. A brochure folding out to poster size, one side illustrating the ship’s features, the other with a large plan of the vessel; in color and in black & white. The Italian Line: The Mild Southern Route to Europe. Planned and issued by the Publicity Department of the Italian Line (New York, 1935). Color illustrated boards; illustrated in color and black & white. This publication reflects the famed luxury and lavishness of their ships. All of these pieces are in excellent condition.