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  • 'The Anniversary Of Trafalgar On Board The Old Victory At Portsmouth' - Illustrated London News Oct. 22 1881
    A FULL PAGE from the October 2nd 1881 Edition of THE LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS.....Titled... 'THE ANNIVERSARY OF TRAFALGAR ON BOARD THE OLD VICTORY AT PORTSMOUTH'. Printed from an engraving made from the drawing By J.BELL.The London Illustrated News was a highly regarded weekly news sheet that used mainly wood cut engravings to print their illustrations so the definition and clarity on these pieces is superb and they are therefore ideal for framing as pictures. Page size is 16" x 11.1/2", or 16" x 22.3/4" for a Double Page Spread. NOTE" THIS IS AN ORIGINAL - WE DO NOT OFFER REPRINTS OR COPIES UNLESS SPECIFICALLY STATED.
    NZ$ 15.00
  • WWI -H.M.S. Vindictive -London Illustrated News 1918
    AN ORIGINAL Full Page (16" X 11 1/4") from the ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS dated May 18th 1918 of photos of the H.M.S. VINDICTIVE on her way to the Zeebrugge Raid. World War I, or THE GREAT WAR, was an extremely bloody war that engulfed Europe from 1914 to 1919, with huge losses of life and little ground lost or won. Fought mostly by soldiers in trenches, World War I saw an estimated 10 million military deaths and another 20 million wounded. While many hoped that World War I would be "the war to end all wars," in actuality, the concluding peace treaty set the stage for World War II. The 100 years centenary of World War One will be remembered in 2014.
    NZ$ 15.00
  • 1947 Menu
    A ships LUNCH menu dated February 5th 1947.featuring the Island of MEONIA. The shipping line is DET OSTASIATISKE KOMAGNI, Copenhagen.
    NZ$ 18.00
  • 1892 Front Cover From THE MILLION Newspaper 'Types Of The British Navy - Admiral Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, Bart.
    THE MILLION Newspaper was a Victorian Era newspaper Edited By GEO. NEWNES and published weekly. The paper is on good quality newsprint and the print quality is excellent....many of the illustrations are from engravings...probably wood cuts, so the definition is very good and the colouring is also well done. The paper size is 17" x 11 3/4".There is also printing on reverse. The Front Cover for the August 6th 1892 Edition... TYPES OF THE BRITISH NAVY -ADMIRAL SIR MICHAEL CULME-SEYMOUR, BART. THESE ARE GENUINE ORIGINAL ITEMS.....WE DO NOT SELL COPIES OR REPRINTS.
    NZ$ 20.00
  • USSCo -Liner T.SS. Monowai - Postcard
    Writing to back but postally unused.The ship was Launched as the Razmak 1925 - 1930 then purchased by The Union Steamship Company and sailed as the Monowai 1930 - 1960
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Vintage White Star Line Tourist Class Sticker
    PRICE IS FOR ONE STICKER.....I think these date to the 1930's or earlier. Each measures 3" square and in very good condition.
    NZ$ 21.00
  • Vintage Postcard S.S. Suecia - S.S. Britannia
    Postally used card dated March 1951 in good overall condition.
    NZ$ 23.00
  • S.S. Queen Mary Long Beach Souvenir Ashtray
    A small 3 1/2" diameter coloured glass ashtray for the S.S. QUEEN MARY berthed at LONG BEACH.
    NZ$ 25.00
  • S.S. Northern Star Shipping Line Menu Shaw Saville Lines
    This Menu is for the Landfall Dinner and is dated 18th February 1963. Excellent Condition.
    NZ$ 29.00
  • Set of 6 P& O NZ Shipping Lines Coasters
    A nice solid set of coasters picturing a variety of NZ Shipping Lines vessels from the 1970's I think.
    NZ$ 29.00
  • Vintage S.S. Northern Star Menu Shaw Saville Lines
    This is the Fancy Dress Dinner Menu dated 14th February 1963
    NZ$ 29.00
  • Union Steam Ship Co of NZ Baggage Label
    Nice clean unused luggage tag label circa 1970-1980....measures 6 1/4" x 3". Union Steam Ship Co ceased operations in 2000 but the graphics on this tag date it to around 1970-1980.
    NZ$ 30.00
  • 1961 Ships Menu From The
    A nice souvenir menu dated February 6th 1961 from the Liner WILLIAM RUYS of the Royal Rotterdam Lloyd Line. Measures 10 1/2" x 7 3/4".
    NZ$ 32.00
  • 1978 Korean Shipping Plaque
    This is rather a nice and quite elaborate Plaque from the Training Ship "HANBADA". Measures 10 1/4 X 8 INCHES.
    NZ$ 32.00
  • Old Travel Agents Brochure for The CUNARD LINERS Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth
    I guess this is from the early 1950's. There is a little bit of damage on a couple of the corners but otherwise fine.
    NZ$ 33.00
  • Cunard Liner Queen Mary Menu May 1967
    This is 8 3/4' x 6 3/4' and is dated as May 1967. Condition good.
    NZ$ 34.00
  • S.S. Canberra Shipping Line Postcard 1965
    A nice Postcard of the P & O ORIENT Liner, S.S. CANBERRA. Dated 1965
    NZ$ 34.00
  • P & O Lines 'H.M.T Somali' Vintage Postcard
    SOMALI was launched for P & O LINES in 1901 and was scrapped in 1923. She served as a transport ship during World War One. This is an original unused postcard in good condition for age....Circa 1905-1910.
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Paquebot Bretagne - French Line - Dejeuner Menu 1937
    This is a very nice 10 3/4" x 8 1/4" Menu for the French Line vessel Paquebot BRETAGNE, dated as May 21st 1937. Built for the Dutch Koninklijke Hollandsche Lloyd Line in 1922 as the FLANDRIA.....her Sister-ship was the ORANIA. From 1922 to 1936 she was on the South America - Amsterdam run..... this service was closed in 1936. She was purchased in May 1936 by the FRENCH LINE and renamed BRETAGNE....she was refurbished and in early 1937 was put on the Saint-Nazaire, Bordeaux and West Coast service. In April 1937, she ran aground in Punta Galera, near Puerto, Colombia, and had to be salvaged. She was torpedoed on 14 October, 1939, off Land's End, England, by the German submarine U-45, while operating in a convoy from Jamaica. . The vessel was evacuated and the survivors rescued by two British warships. FAIRLY RARE ITEM FROM A VESSEL WITH A RELATIVELY SHORT LIFE SPAN....just over 3 years as The Bretagne
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Paquebot Bretagne - French Line...Menu June 1937
    This is a very nice 10 3/4" x 8 1/4" FAREWELL DINNER Menu for the French Line vessel Paquebot BRETAGNE, dated as June 10th 1937. Built for the Dutch Koninklijke Hollandsche Lloyd Line in 1922 as the FLANDRIA.....her Sister-ship was the ORANIA. From 1922 to 1936 she was on the South America - Amsterdam run..... this service was closed in 1936. She was purchased in May 1936 by the FRENCH LINE and renamed BRETAGNE....she was refurbished and in early 1937 was put on the Saint-Nazaire, Bordeaux and West Coast service. In April 1937, she ran aground in Punta Galera, near Puerto, Colombia, and had to be salvaged. She was torpedoed on 14 October, 1939, off Land's End, England, by the German submarine U-45, while operating in a convoy from Jamaica. . The vessel was evacuated and the survivors rescued by two British warships. FAIRLY RARE ITEM FROM A VESSEL WITH A RELATIVELY SHORT LIFE SPAN....just over 3 years as The Bretagne
    NZ$ 35.00
  • S.S. Stuttgart 1935 Menu Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen Line
    Lovely Menu from this NLB German Line vessel ....the S.S. STUTTGART...dated JULY 12th 1935 with the cover depicting COLOGNE CATHEDRAL and a description on back cover. In excellent condition except for a few red wine stain spots on cover...probably a great vintage! Price lowered accordingly.
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Viking Valiant, Townsend Thoresen Shipping Line Souvenir
    This is a rather neat shipping collectible in the form of a Viking Ship. The ship is 12" in length and made of aluminium. The Viking Valiant was launched in 1975 and was on the Scandanavian routes before being transferred to the France-UK run. She was re-fitted / rebuilt in 1985 and was said to one of the ugliest vessels around following this. In 2002 she was sold and is now owned by EL SALAM MARITIME.
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Vintage 1951 P & O LINE Shipping Line Menu
    A nice menu commemorating the "GALA DINNER" on Friday 31st August 1951.
    NZ$ 37.00
  • 1962 Shipping Menu
    Nice souvenir shipping menu on material "Dinner Adieu" dated as Mercredi Mars 1962. Measures 4 3/4" x 3 1/2"
    NZ$ 38.00
  • S.S. Northern Star 1963 Menu from Shaw Savill Line Ship
    This menu is dated January 1963 and measures 10" x71/2" with a picture of La Luz, Las Palmas on the cover.
    NZ$ 38.00
  • Vintage Lloyd Triestino Shipping Advertising Carry Bag
    In good overall condition this vinyl bag measures 14 1/2" x 13". Would be from around 1970's I think.
    NZ$ 38.00
  • P & O Line ' S.S. Moldavia' Vintage Postcard
    Postally used card dated March 1937. In god condition...just a little soft on the corners and some spotting on rear.
    NZ$ 39.00
  • Vintage Shipping Souvenir P & O Line Tea Towel
    A Vintage tea Towel featuring the P& O LINE vessels HIMALAYA & ORCADES. In unused condition measuring 30" X 18"
    NZ$ 39.00
  • ARCADIA P & O Liner Souvenir Ashtray 'Pacific Triangle'
    This is a Melamine type plastic PACIFIC TRIANGLE Souvenir Ashtray from the ARCADIA dated 1964. there are a couple of small chips as pictured. Diameter is 4 3/4".
    NZ$ 40.00
  • 1956 Cunard MAURETANIA Baggage Sticker
    This "Not Wanted On The Voyage sticker" for the Mauretania's voyage from New York to Southhampton dated September 1956 is in excellent condition. Measures 6 3/8" x 4"
    NZ$ 42.00
  • Shaw Savill & Albion Liner 'R.M.S. Tainui Vintage Postcard
    RMS TAINUI was a Steamship of 9,965 gross tons built in 1908 for Shaw Savill & Albion. Torpedoed and sunk in February1943. The postcard is in good unused condition....slightly soft top corners abnd minor spotting.
    NZ$ 43.00
  • Vintage Liner ARCADIA Souvenir Float Pen
    I like these old pens where the cut out of the ship floats in the panel...this one has a background as well of the Thames and London wharves I think. Measures 6" in length.
    NZ$ 43.00
  • Vintage Postcard Canadian Steamer
    Used and dated October 11th 1911.One corner soft but otherwise good.
    NZ$ 43.00
  • Cogedar Line Advertising Ashtray
    This is a Melamine Plastic type ashtray probably from around the 1950's era and is 4 1/2 inches in diameter. There are a few small burn marks but overall the condition is fairly good. The Cogedar Line is pobably better known as The Compagma Genovesia di Armamento (Genoa Italy )
    NZ$ 44.00
  • Cunard Advertising Brochure
    The New Carintiia was touted as being "Specially built for The St.Lawrence Route". This 9" x 4" brochure folds out to be 27" x 19" and is in pretty good condition. There is a split on one fold seam and some paper creasing but the colour is excellent with no age spotting.There is a travel Agents stamp on the front...BOOK AT... Mitchell's International Tours Ltd.
    NZ$ 44.00
  • Flotta Lauro Shipping Lines Advertising Ashtray
    This is made from Melamine or one of those earlier plastics. This one is Italian of course and is called Mebel. The ashtray is 51/4' square and apart from a few cigarette burn marks on the sides is in good shape. Probably 1960's-70's era I'd say.
    NZ$ 44.00
  • S.S. OCEAN MONARCH - Shaw Savill & Albion - Souvenir Ashtray
    The Ocean Monarch was launched as The Empress of England in 1957 for Canadian Pacific Line. In 1970 she was sold to Shaw Savill & Albion and renamed OCEAN MONARCH. Scrapped in 1975. This small souvenir ashtray is 3 1/2" square.
    NZ$ 44.00
  • Shipping Pennant Souvenir S.S. ARCADIA
    An unusual fabric pennant souvenir picturing the SS ARCADIA. Apart from a small tear on the top it is in good conditiion. Measures 17" IN length. The Arcadia was a P & O Liner built in 1954 and scrapped in the late 1970's.
    NZ$ 44.00
  • British Royal Navy Cap Insignia - Petty Officer Engineer
    Royal Navy cloth badge for Petty Officer Engineer.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • H.M.S. Ark Royal Small Copper Souvenir Dish
    This small copper dish is 3 3/4" in diameter and has the ARK ROYAL Crest done in repousse on the bowl.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • Overseas Container Lines Cap Insignia
    Nice gilt wire on cloth cap badge in excellent condition.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • P & O Line 'S.S. Arcadia' Souvenir Jam Spoon
    The Arcadia was launched in 1954 and scrapped in 1979. The Jam Spoon is in good condition.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • S.S. Stuttgart 1935 Menu Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen Line
    A high quality Ships Menu from the S.S. STUTTGART dated JULY 5th 1935. The cover depicts MICHELSTADT, ODENWALD and the back cover gives a description of the town and it's history. In excellent condition.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • S.S.Stuttgart 1935 Menu Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen
    Lovely Menu from this NLB German Line vessel ....the S.S. STUTTGART...dated JULY 12th 1935 with the cover depicting HEIDELBERG SCHLOKHOT and a description on back cover. In excellent condition.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • Vintage Postcard
    A very nice unused postcard of the Steamer RAPIDS KING shooting the Lachine Rapids at Montreal. Probably dates to around 1910 era.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • P & O Shipping Lines Advertising Bag
    A nice old carry bag from P & O Lines in pretty good condition.
    NZ$ 46.00
  • Vintage Cunard Liner RMS Saxonia 1917 Concert Program
    This is a small 7" x 4" fold out Concert Program dated May 11th 1917 when the Saxonia was obviously operating ferrying wounded troops home from the War in Europe.. The program lists the Officers and Nursing Sisters onboard from the US Base Hospital No 5. Condition good...minor stains inside.
    NZ$ 46.00
  • Vintage P & O LINE Shipping Menu S.S. Strathaird 1936
    A nice breakfast Menu dated 1936 taken form the S.S. STRATHAIRD. The Strathaird was a 22547 ton Liner launched at Barrow in 1932 for P & O LINES. Scrapped in 1962.
    NZ$ 46.00
  • P& O Line 'S.S. Strathaird' Souvenir Teaspoon
    The Strathaird was a P & O LINES Passenger vessel of 22547 tons launched in 1932 at Barrow. She was opulently fitted-out and carried 1168 passengers. Scrapped in Hong Kong in 1962. The teaspoon is in excellent condition.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • S.S. MAJESTIC - White Star Line - Pictorial Letterhead
    A nice 1920's Pictorial Letterhead from the WHITE STAR LINER, S.S. MAJESTIC....measures 8" x 10" opened out. Nice depiction of the vessel and mainly pencil notes on the paper for Personal Effects etc. Built as the BISMARK all work on her was stopped in AUGUST 1914 for the duration of the war .In June 1919 the treaty of Versailles dictates handing over the "Bismarck" to the Allies and in March 1922 work on ship was completed and the Bismark was handed over to White Star Line, Liverpool, and renamed "Majestic". In1934 White Star and Cunard merge and in May1936 MAJESTIC was sold for scrapping, but then bought by British admiralty as a training vessel ....in 1937 commissioned as stationary navy vessel "Caledonia" but in1939 she burns out completely during air attack and sinks. 1940.... scrapped by T.W. Ward & Co in 1940.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • Shaw Savill & Albion 'S.S. OCEAN MONARCH' Souvenir Teaspoon
    The Ocean Monarch was launched as The Empress of England in 1957 for Canadian Pacific Line. In 1970 she was sold to Shaw Savill & Albion and renamed OCEAN MONARCH. Scrapped in 1975.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • Vintage British Naval Postcard
    In good used condition dated 1909. Minor creases and a pin park.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • Vintage Shipping Postcard S.S. MARAMA Circa 1910
    Old original used postcard, New Zealand Carte Postal, in used condition & stamp torn off. Some minor nibbles on edge and some very tiny stain spots. The Marama was launched at Greenock in the UK in 1907 and was used as a Hospital Ship during World War One. Sailed under the UNION COMPANY FLAG.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • A.US.N. Liner 'Wyandra' Vintage Postcard 1911
    The Queensland Steam Shipping Co (QSS) was formed in 1881. Registered in London by the combine of British India Steam Navigation Co., Charles Parbury, James Burns (later of Burns Philp & Co) and McIlwraith McEacharn What started as an Incentive from the then Queensland Premier for a satisfactory tender for the State's Mail contract led to the creation of this entity. A fierce rate war ensued with the Australasian Steam Navigation Co., who otherwise enjoyed a monopoly on the East coast shipping trade. ASN Co then made an offer in 1886 to sell their fleet but not their land based holdings to QSS Co. In 1887 the QSS found agreement with the ASN and the two fleets combined under the new name of the Australasian United Steam Navigation Co (AUSN) The Company existed into the 1960's. The Wyandra was a 4,058 gross tons Passenger vessel built by A Stephen & Sons of Glasgow. She was sold in1925 to Japanese shipbreakers and demolition began 9th February 1926. A nice colour postcard....crease one corner and some general marking but in good overall condition for age. Postally used and dated November 1911.
    NZ$ 49.00
  • Vintage 'Clyde Lines' Glass Advertising Ashtray
    An old glass ashtray for CLYDE LINES or CLYDE SHIPPING Company. The ashtray I think dates to around the 1920's-40's and stands 1 1/4" high with a diameter of 4". There is one small chip on one cigarette rest.The ashtray has a Deco style / feel to it.
    NZ$ 49.00
  • Vintage Shipping Postcard Canadian Pacific Railways
    Nice card circa early 1900's in very good unused condition.The PRINCESS VICTORIA was launched 1902 and was used right up until 1953 when she sunk after hitting rocks. This shot is pre her refit in 1930 .
    NZ$ 49.00
  • Vintage Shipping Postcard Union Steam Ship Co
    Not used postally...very good condition bar a bit grubby. Would be circa 1910 I'd say.
    NZ$ 49.00
  • 1933 MV Alcantara Dinner Menu Portugese Shipping Line
    Nice old shipping souvenir from the Royal Mail De Lux Service to South America on M.V. Alcantara from Lisborn, Portugal. Measures 9 1/2" x 6 1/4" and dated 18th June 1933
    NZ$ 50.00
  • R.M.S. Rangitata Ships Souvenir Badge
    Nice little souvenir badge in copper and enamel......diameter is 1 1/4". The RMS Rangitata was an ocean passenger liner, built in 1929, and scrapped in 1962. She was operated by the New Zealand Shipping Company between London and Wellington, New Zealand, via the Panama Canal with her two sister ships Rangitiki and Rangitane. During World War II, in 1940 Rangitata sailed from Liverpool with 113 evacuated children under the Children's Overseas Reception Board CORB scheme on 28 August 1940, bound for New Zealand through the Panama Canal in convoy OB-205, with SS Volendam (carrying children bound for Canada, which was torpedoed), with 113 CORB children arriving safely in New Zealand. She also operated as a troopship taking New Zealand troops to the Middle East during WW11. She had returned to civilian service by 1949 and was scrapped in 1962
    NZ$ 50.00
  • Vintage Shipping Post Card S.S. MALWA
    An old Advance Australia postcard in very good unused condition.The Malwa was a P& O Line vessel launched at Dumbarton in 1908, served as a troop ship in World War One and was scrapped in 1932
    NZ$ 50.00
  • T.S.M.V. Wanganella Matchbox Holder Circa 1930's
    The Wanganella was built in 1929-31 entering service for the Huddart-Parker Company of Sydney in 1932. She was only 9.360 ton and was mainly engaged on the Trans Tasman Route but in 1941 was converted too a Hospital Ship for the duration of WW11. She was Scrapped 1961. This Matchbox Holder is chromed brass with the insignia of the H.P. Flag on a Ships Wheel and T.S.M.V Wanganella inscribed under.. Condition Very Good.
    NZ$ 51.00
  • Canadian Australasian Shipping Line
    A single card Breakfast Menu dated 30th June 1952 measuring 9" x 5 1/4". Condition good but some creases. Printed on light card.
    NZ$ 52.00
  • R.M.S Mauretania - Cunard White Star Line - Menu 1952
    This is a large size 10 1/2" x 8 1/4" Menu from the R.M.S MAURETANIA dated as February 11. 1952 , from the WEST INDIES SUNSHINE CRUISE......opens out to 10 1/2" x 15 1/2". Some age spotting and minor staining but generally tidy with very nice graphics.
    NZ$ 52.00
  • Vintage 1954 Shipping Menu
    Nice stylish & signed Dinner Adieu menu from the Aberdeen & Commonwealth Liner T.S.S. MORTON BAY. Measures 8 3/8" x 5"
    NZ$ 52.00
  • S.S. Akaroa Shaw Savill Line Race Programme
    This is a special "Race Card" produced for a mock Horse Race Meeting on board the Shaw Savill Liner S.S.AKAROA on Wednesday 19th September 1951. There were 5 races on the day and "the card" is in very good overall condition.
    NZ$ 54.00
  • 1936 Bulgarian Shipping Line/Tourism Brochure
    I can't read this but the city of Bapha is in Bulgaria so am amusing this is a Bulgarian Shipping Company - Cruise Line tourist brochure. In good condition measuring 9 1/4" x 5' and folding out to 24" x 9 1/2'.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Bibby Line Cap Insignia
    Nice old gold wire on cloth cap badge for BIBBY LINE. Bibby Line is a UK company concerned with shipping and marine operations. Its parent company, Bibby Line Group Limited, can be traced back to the shipbroking partnership of Bibby & Hall, which was founded in 1801. The company along with all the group companies such as Bibby Ship Management is based in Liverpool.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • British Royal Navy Cap Insignia - Petty Officer
    Gilt on cloth Petty Officers Cap Badge Royal Navy.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • British Royal Navy Royal Fleet Auxiliary Cap Insignia - Fleet Officer
    Gilt wire and cloth RFA Fleet Officers Cap Badge
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Canadian Pacific Shipping Line Cap Insignia
    Gilt wire on cloth cap badge from Canadian Pacific Line ...excellent condition.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • H.M.S. Sydney Brooch
    Old brass and enamel brooch...probably a 'Sweethearts' brooch.....size is 1 1/2" x 3/4". Missing small piece of the enamel.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • M.S.Dunera Souvenir Badge - British India Line
    Nice little brass and enamel souvenir badge for the DUNERA...just under 1" diameter. The Dunera as built in 1937 by Barclay Curle on the Clyde, Scotland. The MS Dunera was originally a troop ship but was converted to a floating school by The British India Steam Navigation Co Ltd. She provided dormitory accommodation for pupils together with classrooms, lecture theatre/cinema, library and deck space for sports. There was accommodation for teachers and also for a few independent travelers.Her first schools cruise was from Greenock on 12th April 1961. She was scrapped in Spain in 1967.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • R.M.S. Homeric - White Star Line - Menu 1931
    A GALA NIGHT Menu dated as September 26, 1931 on board the WHITE STAR LINER, R.M.S. HOMERIC. The Menu has been folder at some stage so has a crease through the center but otherwise is very tidy. Measures 8 1/4" x 6" and opens out to 11 3/4' x ' 8 1/4"
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. DORIC - White Star Line - Menu 1933
    An old menu from the white star line, S.S. DORIC measuring 8 3/4" X 5 3/4" and dated as September 5th 1933......folds out to 8 1/4" x 11 1/2". A little bit of edge browning on front but generally clean and tidy.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. Empress of Scotland Ships Souvenir Badge
    Nice brass & enamel badge 1" in diameter. The SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria was built by AG Vulcan Stettin in Stettin on the Baltic in 1905-1906. The new ship was ordered by the expanding Hamburg America Line. At 24,000 plus tons she was the largest passenger liner in the world from 1905 to 1907 until the advent of Cunard's Lusitania.RMS Empress of Scotland In 1921 the ship was acquired by Canadian Pacific house flag.svg Canadian Pacific Steamships and was re-named RMS Empress of Scotland.... scrapped in 1930 at Blyth.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. Himalaya - Souvenir Ships Badge
    Nice little ships souvenir badge for The S.S. HIMALAYA....measures 1" in diameter...stamped 'Made in England'...looks to be pressed copper. Himalaya was British passenger ship of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, launched in 1948, which operated mainly between Britain and Australia. She was withdrawn from service in 1974 and scrapped the next year. Himalaya was built at Barrow-in-Furness by Vickers-Armstrongs and launched 5 October 1948. She had an identical hull and machinery to Orient Lines' Orcades though differing in superstructure and internal layout. She began her service on the Tilbury-Bombay-Australia route in 1949 following her departure from the shipbuilding yard in August. During her commission Himalaya underwent a number of improvements the first of which was, although controversial at the time, a funnel cowl to keep the liner's decks clear of debris without interference to the boilers. Following the sale of the Strath Class liners by P&O Himalaya (along with Orcades) was converted to allow the transportation of tourist class passengers only.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. Orcades Orient Line Brooch
    Enamel on brass Souvenir Brooch Badge 1" in diameter.The S.S. ORCADES was also the called R.MS. ORCADES at one time...she was one of the vessels at the time of the Orient Lines and P & O lines fleets merger. Launched 1947 and scrapped 1973.In excellent condition.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. Oronsay Ships Souvenir Badge
    Nice 1" diameter ships wheel Souvenir Badge / Brooch in brass and enamel. SS Oronsay was the second Orient Line ship built after World War II. A sister ship to Orcades, she was named after one of many islands called Oronsay on the west coast of Scotland. The liner was completed in 1951 at Vickers-Armstrongs, Barrow-in-Furness; but several months behind schedule due to a serious fire while in the fitting-out berth. The Oronsay operated the UK to Australasia service, via the Suez Canal. Her accommodation set new standards, in both first and tourist class, with decor by Brian O'Rourke. On January 1st 1954, Oronsay left Sydney on the first Orient Line transpacific voyage to Auckland, Suva, Honolulu, Victoria, Vancouver and San Francisco, returning via the same ports. In later years the transpacific sailings became a regular feature of the Orient/P&O services. In 1960 the Orient Line and P&O fleets were merged under the control of P&O-Orient Lines (Passenger Services) Ltd. Oronsay continued to operate under the Orient house flag and with her corn coloured hull until 1964, when her hull was painted P&O white. In 1966, P&O having acquired the balance of the Orient shares (it had controlled Orient since 1919), Orient Line was wound up and Oronsay, along with her fleet mates was transferred to the ownership of Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company and hoisted the P&O house flag. Liner services were producing dwindling returns as jet airliner services between Europe and Australia expanded and Oronsay spent more and more time as a cruise ship, but, with declining passenger numbers, P&O could not sustain its large passenger fleet, withdrawals beginning in 1972. The large oil prices rise of 1973/4 were the final straw and Oronsay was withdrawn from service, the penultimate example of the six post war 28,000 ton types (Arcadia sailed on until 1979). On October 7th 1975 she arrived at Kaohsiung to be broken up by the Nan Feng Steel Enterprise Co.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • S.S. Orvieto Souvenir Napkin Ring - Orient Steam Navigation Co.
    Nice old Circa 1920's Souvenir Napkin Ring. ( good condition but missing the letter i in the Crest name. The ORVIETO was an Orient Steam Navigation Co ship (the company came under the control of P&O Line in 1919). She was a 12,133 gross ton ship of two funnels, two masts, triple screw, and a speed of 18 knots. She had accommodation for 235 1st Class Passengers, 186 in 2nd and 696 in 3rd class. Built by Workman Clark, Belfast in 1909, she started her maiden voyage from London to Suez, Melbourne and Sydney on 26th Nov.1909. In 1914 she was commissioned as a mine layer and was later converted to an Armed Merchant Cruiser.The ship also carried the 5th Infantry Battalion and 2nd Field Company to Egypt. She resumed London – Sydney – Brisbane service on 1st Nov.1919 and commenced her last voyage on this route on 30th Aug.1930. .....she was scrapped the following year.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Sailor Boy Doll Souvenir - S.S. Oronsay - Orient Line
    Old souvenir SAILOR BOY cloth doll of the ORONSAY. SS Oronsay was the second Orient Line ship built after World War II. A sister ship to Orcades, she was named after one of many islands called Oronsay on the west coast of Scotland. The liner was completed in 1951 at Vickers-Armstrongs, Barrow-in-Furness; but several months behind schedule due to a serious fire while in the fitting-out berth. The Oronsay operated the UK to Australasia service, via the Suez Canal until 1953. Her accommodation set new standards, in both first and tourist class, with decor by Brian O'Rourke. In 1960 the Orient Line was absorbed into P&O and Oronsay continued as a cruise ship, but, with declining passenger numbers, she was broken up in 1975. Oronsay was the ship used in the British comedy film Carry On Cruising.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Shipping Adverting Paperweight STAR PRINCESS Inauguration 1989
    A large glass advertising Paperweight commemorating the Inaugural Voyage of the STAR PRINCESS ON 1st September 1989. Good condition measuring 3 1/2" in diameter and 1 3/4' in height.
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Vintage Shipping Souvenir SS NIEUW HOLLAND Teaspoon
    SS Nieuw Holland was built for KPM (Koninklijke Paketvaart Mij) by the Nederlandsche Scheepsbouw Co (Netherlands Shipbuilding Co) in Amsterdam. She was launched on December 1, 1927. After her completion on April 20 1928, she headed for Asia and commenced regular services from Malaya, via Singapore, Dutch East Indies (today’s Indonesia), to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Nieuw Holland and her newer sister, SS Nieuw Zealand, maintained a regular service between Australia and Asia until the outbreak of the war. These two KPM sisters were regarded as two of the most graceful pre-war liners to operate between Australia and Asia. A Dutch Postcard of the ship at Ijmuiden (Amsterdam) In 1940, Nieuw Holland headed for Melbourne where she was modified to become a troop transport ship for up to 1,000 troops. Upon completion she joined the Royal Navy, bur she continued to be operated by her Dutch crew. In 1947 KPN transferred Nieuw Holland to the newly formed Royal Interocean Lines (RIL), and she was sent to Hong Kong to be refitted. With her new livery of a black hull and funnels, having an emblem in the Dutch colours of red, white and blue with a gold crown set in the white that was shaped like a triangle. Broken-up March 1959. A nice souvenir teaspoon dating to post 1947 when RIL took her over..
    NZ$ 55.00
  • Vintage Cunard Souvenir Propelling Pencil
    A nice old souvenir Propelling Pencil for the Cunard White Star Liner CARONIA. In very good condition for age.
    NZ$ 56.00
  • Vintage Shipping Post Card .RMS. ORSOVA
    The ORSOVA was launched in 1909 for the Orient Line at Clydebank.. This is a French Post card ( Grimaud / Marseille ) in very good unused condition
    NZ$ 56.00
  • Cunard Line 'S.S. Mauretania' Vintage Postcard
    An unused postcard in reasonable condition..has some creasing but is quite clean on front. RMS Mauretania (also known as "Maury"), sister ship of the Lusitania, was an ocean liner built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend, Tyne and Wear, and was launched on 20 September 1906. At the time, she was the largest and fastest ship in the world. . Cunard withdrew Mauretania from service following a final eastward crossing from New York to Southampton in September 1934. The final crossing was made at an average speed of 24 knots (her original contractual speed stipulation for her mail subsidy), and Mauretania was then laid up at Southampton awaiting her fate next to the former one time White Star Line flagship Olympic. [
    NZ$ 57.00
  • S.S. Wanganella Dinner Dance at The Casino Hotel, Apia, Circa 1950's.
    A large Advert featuring the event details. Good overall condition.
    NZ$ 57.00
  • MS William Ruys Teaspoon
    Nice old souvenir teaspoon from Rotterdamsche Lloyd Liner,The William Ruys....later as the MS Achille Lauro , a cruise ship based in Naples, Italy. Built between 1939 and 1947 as MS Willem Ruys, a passenger liner for the Rotterdamsche Lloyd, she was hijacked by members of the Palestine Liberation Front in 1985. In other incidents, it also suffered two serious collisions (in 1953 with the MS Oranje and in 1975 with the cargo ship Youseff) and four on-board fires or explosions (in 1965, 1972, 1981, and 1994). In the last of these, in 1994, the ship caught fire and sank in the Indian Ocean off Somalia.
    NZ$ 58.00
  • MS. Johan van Oldenbarnevelt Souvenir Teaspoon
    A nice old teaspoon of the Dutch Nederland Line ship Johan van Oldenbarnevelt (1929-1963).
    NZ$ 58.00
  • Orient Line 'S.S. Orcades' Souvenir Teaspoon
    The S.S. ORCADES was also the called R.MS. ORCADES at one time...she was one of the vessels at the time of the Orient Lines and P & O lines fleets merger. Launched 1947 and scrapped 1973. The teaspoon is in excellent condition.
    NZ$ 58.00
  • Vintage Ships Menu D.EISENACH, Norddentscher Lloyd Bremen
    A really lovely old vintage Ships Menu featuring a Mermaid on the rocks. Dated as 11th January 1933 and measuring 8"x 5". Fabulous graphics.
    NZ$ 58.00
  • A.US.N. Line 'T.S.S. Orungal' Vintage Souvenir Menu
    This old Menu is postally used and dated as December 1931 and the Menu has a date of November 29 1931 also. It measures 6 3/4" x 3 3/4" and is a bit scruffy...some stains, spotting, and creases but still all in one piece and a good item for those with connections to this vessel. The ship was launched as the FEZARK in 1923 for the KHEDIVIAL MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. She was leased out to A.U.S.N. and other lines at various stages until A.U.S.N LINE purchased her outright in 1936. In November 1940 the ORUNGAL hit the Formby Reef in Victoria and later in December caught fire and sank.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Canadian Australian Royal Mail Line 'R.M.S. Niagara' Souvenir Postcard
    A vintage photographic Postcard By H. Winkelmann, unused in good condition.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Hudart Parker & Co 'S.S.Ulimaroa' Vintage Souvenir Postcard
    Just a bit soft on bottom corners but a nice clean card postally used 1910.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • M.V. WESTRALIA Souvenir Ashtray - Huddart Parker Line
    A small (Diameter 5 3/4") EPNS plated Souvenir Ashtray from the WESTRALIA....launched in Belfast 1929....served in WW2 as H.M.A.S. WESTRALIA as an Armed Merchant Cruiser...paid of in 1946.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • McIlwraith, McEacharn & C 'T.S.S. Karoola' Vintage Souvenir Postcard
    Original old Postcard...written on but not postally used....mild staining .
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Red Star Line ' S.S. Vaderland Vintage Postcard
    In good unused condition for the S.S. VADERLAND with a date of 1 August 1905.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Royal Interocean Lines 'S.S. TJIWANGI' Souvenir Fan
    A nice 12" long MENU SOUVENIR FAN off the liner TJIWANGI' dated as March 1964....in English and Chinese.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • S.S. Southern Cross Felt Souvenir Pennant
    FELT PENNANT souvenir depicting the ship.....measures 16 1/4" in length and 9 1/4" at widest point....VERY GOOD CONDITION,\.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Union Co 'S.S. Manuka' Vintage Souvenir Postcard
    A nice old coloured card in very good condition.
    NZ$ 59.00
  • Vintage Cunard Line Shipping Menu for RMS CARINTHIA Dated July 1938
    A nice ships menu from the CUNARD White Star Liner RMS CARINTHIA. The menu is dated Wednesday 27th July 1938 and measures 101/4" x 8 1/2"
    NZ$ 59.00

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