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4381liverpoolpc.jpg (27547 bytes) "Landing Stage from S., Liverpool" England. Handwritten on the front Aug. 22-1913. Shows a single funnel liner in the distance, some small coastal steamers at the dock in the foreground. Published by Bunney's, Ltd. Liverpool. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Edge and corner wear, light soiling. Unsent. $6.00 item #4381


5984whitestarrepublicpc.jpg (127144 bytes) White Star Line Republic at Algiers postcard.  1907 by postmark The Republic was lost at sea due to a collision two years later. Luckily she had a Marconi radio on board and was able to call for help, rescuing most of the passengers and crew.Early, and rare, postcard, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Postally used. Light soiling, light edge and corner wear. light spots of postmark ink, left and bottom right margins. $19.50 item #5984


Panama Pacific Menu Panama Pacific Line menu. S.S. Virginia Thursday, Nov. 06, 1930. Has been folded. nice menu, making me hungry! 6" X 9" $8.50 item #511


6251ferrypocahontaspc.jpg (82242 bytes) The Ferry Pocahontas Between Little Creek, VA and Kiptopeke Beach, VA. My guess would be 1960s-1970s vintage card. Postcard, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Light wear on corners and edges, postally unused. $4.50 item #6251


United Fruit Company Passenger List United Fruit Company Steamship Service, passenger list. It was, and still is, the practice to carry a few passengers on fruit shipping steamers. This list is from the 1913 trip from Colon, Panama to New Orleans. The ship was the S.S. Cartago. Very Good condition. 5 3/4" X 8" $10.50 item #514


4849gracelinesanta.jpg (438113 bytes) Grace Line Santa Magdalena, Santa Mariana, Santa Maria, Santa Mercedes. Cargo and passenger ships. These ships served the New York to Central and South America routes. Unsent, light soiling edge and corner wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. (I have 4 of these cards available) $4.00 each item #4849



menu, Swedish American Line, October 4th, 1958. M.S. Kungsholm. with enclosed Social Program. Good condition. 8" X 11" $12.50 item #444


6249whitestarlineofficepca.jpg (160060 bytes) 6249whitestarlineofficepcb.jpg (77629 bytes) White Star Line Agency Office Trafalgar Square, London, Postcard. Given out at the office. Early. This line was famous for many years, and infamous for the loss of the Titanic and Britannic. I think this card is from that period. Unsent. Light wear to edges and corners, and light soiling. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. $19.00 item #6249


A D Choice of  Four Moore-McCormack lines menus. On board the S.S. Argentina. Voyage including Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Trinidad, and Rio de Janeiro. Two menus from March, 1952. The remainder from May, 1952. Wonderful choices of food on these menus. Beautiful lithographs on the covers. C.A. Rosser was commissioned to do the artwork for the steamship line. All in good condition. Each menu is 9" x 12" folded. They would be beautiful framed. Each menu is $12.50.  Please give the letter after each photo when ordering. Lot #627


4842stcroixshipspc.jpg (36940 bytes) "St. Croix River between St. Stephen, N.B. and Calais, Maine. Showing a steam launch, two four masted schooners. Early postcard. Sent from St. Stephen, but I can't make out the date on the postmark. Divided back. Some soiling, writing on the back, corner and edge wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches $5.50 item #4842


4987cunardstirrers.jpg (34841 bytes) Two Cunard drink stirrers. Plastic, 6 1/2 inches. $6.00 item #4987


6250mskungsholmpca.jpg (109052 bytes) 6250mskungsholmpcb.jpg (61695 bytes) M.S. Kungsholm Dining Room. Mailed onboard ship. I cannot make out the date on the cancellation. Postcard, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches Light wear to edges and corners. $7.00 item #6250


4845sslenapepc.jpg (40213 bytes) "Clyde Line Steamer "Lenape" Jacksonville, Fla." postcard. Sent from Jacksonville, Jan 26th, 1917, from someone who had just arrived in Jacksonville, probably on this ship. Some soiling, edge and corner wear. $9.50 item #4845


6029msryndamplatea.jpg (121146 bytes) 6029msryndamplateb.jpg (117039 bytes) 6029msryndamplatec.jpg (66117 bytes) Holland America Line Inaugural Plate for MS Ryndam in 1994. Probably commissioned to celebrate the first cruise. Delft blue, made by Royal Goedewaagen in Holland. 9 1/2 inches. Good condition. The shadow you see on the bow is just adhesive from where someone had placed a sticker. It has been removed. Pierced on the back for a hanger. $45.00 item #6029


4846alcatrazpc.jpg (40975 bytes) "Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, California" postcard. Shows a liner going by Alcatraz, several freighters loading at the docks. Unsent, linen card. Light soiling, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. $4.50 item #4846


4847pittsburgdockspc.jpg (41766 bytes) Pittsburg, PA, The Pottsburg Wharf on the Monongahela River" Notice the misspelling of Pittsburgh. One dock says Pittsburgh, Brownsville, and Geneva Packet Co. the other Cincinnati. Early card, unsent. Printed in Germany. Divided back. Light soiling, edge and corner wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. $7.00 item #4847


5028royalcaribbeancards.jpg (60796 bytes) Deck of playing cards, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Box, and cards, show some wear, $7.00 item #5028




4850mskungsholmpc.jpg (33111 bytes) Flagship Cruises M.S. Kungsholm postcard. Unsent, light soiling edge and corner wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. (I have 9 of these cards available) $4.00 each item #4850


4851msgripsholmpc.jpg (47788 bytes) Swedish American Line MS Gripsholm postcard. Unsent, light soiling edge and corner wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. (I have 23 of these cards available) $4.00 each item #4851


5077sagafjordpc.jpg (38321 bytes) MS Sagafjord - Norwegian America Line - Unsent, light soiling edge and corner wear. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. (I have 2 of these cards available) $4.00 each item #5077


5121steamboatersbooka.jpg (56522 bytes) 5121steamboatersbookb.jpg (32377 bytes) Book "The Steamboaters - From the Early Side-Wheelers to the Big Packets" by Harry Sinclair Drago, 1967. Hardback, has a dust jacket. Dust jacket has wear, on the corners and edges, some tears and creases. 269 pages. $12.50 item #5121



Mechanical Pencil "S.S. Empress of Canada" Cruise ship. The little ship floats in liquid and slides back and forth. Some of the liquid has evaporated, otherwise very good condition. $16.50 item #420


5384msbohemepc.jpg (55974 bytes) MS Bohéme Commodore Cruise Line, Miami Florida Postcard. "The Happiest Ship in the Caribbean, visiting: Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Cap Haitien. Sails Saturdays from Miami for one week, 4 island Caribbean cruises. Postally unused. Light soiling, edge and corner wear. $5.50 item #5384


5809regentseapc.jpg (94319 bytes) "The magnificent M/V Regent Sea" postcard, Regency cruises. Built 1957 as the Gripsholm II, renamed the Regent Sea and served as a cruise ship until the line went bankrupt in 1995. Sold to be scrapped, but was borded by pirates and sunk in 2001. Postcard. 4 x 6 inches. Crease at top left corner. $4.50 item #5809


5810barkcantonpc.jpg (88825 bytes) Bark Canton, "Oldest Whaler afloat", New Bedford Mass. Postcard. Undivided back, but the card was sent in 1939 from New Bedford. Earlier card than that. Some soiling, edge and corner wear. minor creases. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. $6.00 item #5810


5811cunardqueenelizabethrevueprograma.jpg (74722 bytes) 5811cunardqueenelizabethrevueprogramb.jpg (50361 bytes) 5811cunardqueenelizabethrevueprogramc.jpg (60357 bytes) Cunard Night Club Revue Program. RMS Queen Elizabeth Tuesday April 5, 1966. Felipe and Olga World Renowned Dance Team, Stuart Foster popular Broadway and Recording star, Paul Gene Trio, Tommy Wonder and Don Dellair Comedy song and dance team, The Scottish Singers highland style Ballads, and Music by the Queen Elizabeth Orchestra. 4 1/2 x 6 folded. Good shape, light soiling, light edge and corner wear. $12.50 item #5811



Queen Mary Key chain. A little model of the Queen Mary used to move back and forth in liquid, but the liquid has evaporated. You could easily put some more glycerin back in it. 1971 $15.00 item #424


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