Catalog OfGraphically Superb Items

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All items are in Very Good Condition, or better unless otherwise noted.  Please order by Item Number. Items are ordered first by (steamship line) then by ship name.  Please list alternate choices on your order when possible.

  • AMERICAN11
    ST. LOUIS / ST. PAUL
    (American)

    Nice color trade card. Front shows port bow view of “ST. LOUIS, US Auxiliary cruiser under fire off Santiago May 18 1898″. The back advertises Sailings between NY and Southampton. Dated October, 1899. Measures 3.25×6.25”.

    $95.00
  • ANx18
    ASTORIA
    (Anchor)

    Second Cabin Passenger List. Glasgow-NY. July 22 1905. 8 pages + covers. 5.75×8″. Sailing schedule, information. Superb colorful covers. COLUMBIA & CALEDONIA on rear, nice art deco on front. 2″ tear at right edge.

    $125.00
  • AN78
    CITY OF ROME
    (Anchor)

    Superb and colorful advertising card. Measures 3.25×5″. Superb starboard color illustration of the liner on the face, the reverse advertises the weekly service between NY and Glasgow and NY and Liverpool. c1880s.

    $200.00
  • ANx45
    CITY OF ROME
    (Anchor)

    Saloon Passenger List. NY-Liverpool. May 26 1886. 4 page folder. 5×7.5″. Superb graphic colorful covers a bow view from starboard of the liner at sea. This item would be in excellent condition, except it was removed from a scrapbook, and scrapbook paper is stuck to almost the entire rear cover.

    $150.00
  • AN72
    (Anchor)

    Superbly colorful c1890s card advertises their service and routes. Measures 4.75×7.25″. A colorful illustration of a steamer on one side, text describes various routes on the back. Slight crease at lower corner, slight paper loss.

    $135.00
  • MISC147
    GENERAL SEDGWICK
    (Briggs Excursion)

    Superb c1880s trade card measures 3.25×5.25″. Very colorful front with illustration of man with 2 women at a picnic. Reverse has text and service from Oriental Grove on Long Island Sound to Coney island via Excelsior Park, Alpine Grove, Occidental Grove, Columbia Grove and Raritan Beach Cove. Slight crease line.

    $125.00
  • pCWS58
    QUEEN MARY
    (Cunard White Star)

    pc. Lovely aerial illustration shows how the liner would appear placed across Trafalgar Square in London. c1936.

    $85.00
  • 06-49
    IVERNIA
    (Cunard)

    First Class Dinner Menu dated 7/3/1955. Very RARE and collectible cover shows the Cunard Building in Liverpool, by CE Turner. From her Maiden Voyage. 8.25�10.5?. 4 page folder menu.

    $150.00
  • pCUN386
    MAURETANIA
    (Cunard)

    pc. Starboard stern view at sea. Graphically superb card with US & British Flags on sides in wonderful color. Slightly creased with a tiny tear at edge. Superb card! c1910.

    $85.00
  • ATLCO80
    COMMONWEALTH, PRISCELLA, PROVIDENCE, PLYMOUTH, CITY OF LOWELL, CHESTER W. CHAPIN, RICHARD PECK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
    (Fall River)

    16 page booklet. 8×9″. Contains Deck Plan for COMMONWEALTH, PRISCILLA, PROVIDENCE, PLYMOUTH (4 sets!). 10 exterior photos, 8 interior photos. Text, schedules, fares, map. NY-New England service. Also included Providence Line, New Bedford Line, New London Line, Hartford Line. 1927. Superb colorful graphic cover!

    $125.00
  • FRx78
    LA BOURGOGNE
    (French)

    Cabin Passenger List. NY-Havre. June 20 1891. 4 page folder. 6×9″. Absolutely superb color graphics on both cover panels. The covers have seperated, there is a tear, had been folded and edges are rough.

    $125.00
  • FRx59
    LA BRETAGNE
    (French)

    Cabin Passenger List. Havre-NY. Oct 18 1890. 4 page folder. 6×8.5″. Superb colorful graphically superb covers. Color illustration of a ship on the front cover. Paste marks to back cover. Minor tear.

    $175.00
  • FRx66
    LA GASCOGNE
    (French)

    Cabin Passenger List. NY-Havre July 6 1880. 4 page folder. 6×9.25″. This item has superb graphic covers on both front and back. This item has been previously folded several times, and there are some tears (repaired) along one of the folds.

    $150.00
  • FRx94
    LA NORMANDIE
    (French)

    Cabin Passenger List. Sailing to NY. June 2 1888. 4 page folder. 6×9″. Absolutely superb color graphics on both cover panels. There is damage to the edge, but only white border is gone. None of the names are affected by the paper loss.

    $100.00
  • pFR159
    LA SAVOIE
    (French)

    Very colorful art deco postcard. Lovely deck scene shows several people with the “La Savoie” life ring visible. c1905.

    $60.00
  • FRx41
    LA SAVOIE
    (French)

    First & Second Class Passenger List. Havre-NY. Nov 29 1913. 8 pages + covers. 5×7.5″. Complete fleet list of all French Liners. Nice art deco cover and nice illustration of the Rare “LA PROVENCE” on the back cover.

    $85.00
  • pFR291
    (French)

    Superb colorful advertising post card. Shows woman by coast with French Line flags above and illustration of a liner. c1910.

    $85.00
  • Graphic15
    CITY OF BERLIN
    (Inman)

    List of Saloon Passengers, NY-Liverpool, Nov 3 1888. 4 page folder. 5×7.5″. Superb color covers with 3 illustrations of Inman Line Ships: (City of New York, City of Chicago, un-named liner). Sailing schedule, track chart. Tear on cover, bottom corner broken off (no content missing), stains inside. Superb piece of Inman Line Memorabilia!

    $185.00
  • INMAN05
    CITY OF ROME
    (Inman)

    Superb and colorful advertising card. Measures 3.25×5.25″. A port view of the steamer at sea is featured on the face of the card. Statistics on top. The reverse side advertisies sailings of the CITY OF ROME, CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OF RICHMOND, CITY OF CHESTER, CITY OF MONTREAL, CITY OF BRUSSELS, CITY OF NEW YORK, CITY OF PARIS. Brief text about service. A piece of tape residue is on the back. c1881. Very nice! This liner sailed only one year for the INMAN Line, she was transferred to Anchor Line in 1882.

    $225.00
  • INMAN11
    (Inman)

    Superb and colorful advertising card. Measures 3.5×5.5″. A port view of a steamer at sea under full sail is featured on the face of the card. The reverse of the card has text in German. Slight crease. c early 1880s.

    $225.00
  • INMAN12
    (Inman)

    Superb and very colorful advertising card. Measures 3.25×5.75″. A port view of a steamer at sea under full sail is featured on the face of the card. The reverse of the card has text that describes the weekly service between Liverpool & New York. c early 1880s.

    $250.00
  • INMAN10
    (Inman)

    Colorful old advertising card. Measures 3.25×5.25″. Front shows color port bow view of Inman Liner near harbor. The reverse side mentions CITY OF CHICAGO, CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OF RICHMOND, CITY OF CHESTER, CITY OF MONTREAL, CITY OF PARIS. There is some paste damage to the top and bottom of the reverse. c1880s.

    $150.00
  • MISC135
    PLYMOUTH ROCK & CITY OF RICHMOND
    (Long Branch Steamers)

    Graphically superb advertising card. Colorful illustration of man fishing at beach on front, text about sailing from NY to Long Branch on the reverse. 2.25×4.5″. Card appears to have been trimmed down from it’s original size. c1880s.

    $75.00
  • pM29
    (Mallory)

    Beautiful and rare 1881 trade card. 3×5.25″. One side has a very colorful illustration of a ship against an attractive background of wildlife in wilderness. The reverse has the rates of freight for Oranges.

    $150.00
  • pM30
    (Mallory)

    Beautiful and rare 1881 trade card. 3×5.25″. One side has a very colorful illustration of a ship against an attractive background of a man & woman with parasol. The reverse lists the advantages of Mallory Line.

    $150.00
  • pM32
    (Mallory)

    Beautiful and rare 1881 trade card. 3×5.25″. One side has a 2 colorful illustrations (One of children at winter play, the other of a couple picking oranges.) The reverse has the rates of freight for Oranges.

    $150.00
  • pM25
    (Mallory)

    Beautiful and rare 1882 trade card. 3×5.25″. One side has a very colorful illustration of a ship against an attractive background of wildlife in wilderness. The theme of the text on the reverse is “Avoid the fatigue and dust of Railways”.

    $150.00
  • pM45
    (Mallory)

    Beautiful and rare 1882 trade card. 3×5.25″. One side has a very colorful illustration of a ship with a lighthouse. The reverse lists the fleet list of the Mallory Line.

    $150.00
  • pM26
    (Messageries Maritimes)

    Superb advertising post card. Shows a port bow view of a liner at sea, along with ports served. 1958.

    $45.00
  • NAT01
    EGYPT
    (National)

    Superb advertising card. Shows a port view of the ship on one side, and text on the reverse about the accommodations aboard, including steerage. Minimum fares- mentions companies steerage fares are “$2.00 cheaper than most other lines”. 3.5×6.25″. Issued c1880.

    $200.00
  • NAT02
    ERIN
    (National)

    Superb advertising card. Shows a port view of the ship on one side, and text on the reverse about the accommodations aboard, including steerage. Minimum fares- mentions companies steerage fares are “$2.00 cheaper than most other lines”. 3.5×6.25″. Issued c1880s. The ERIN sailed from England for NY on Dec 31 1889 with 72 people aboard and was never heard from again. A small spot of the image is gone, at the bow of the ship.

    $200.00
  • NAT08
    SPAIN
    (National)

    Superb advertising card. Shows a port view of the ship on one side, and text on the reverse about the accommodations aboard, including steerage. Minimum fares- mentions companies steerage fares are “$2.00 cheaper than most other lines”. 3.5×6.25″. Some creasing and minor past marks. c1880.

    $200.00
  • NAT04
    THE QUEEN
    (National)

    Superb advertising card. Shows a port view of the ship on one side, and text on the reverse about the accommodations aboard, including steerage. Minimum fares- mentions companies steerage fares are “$$2.00 cheaper than most other lines”. 3.5×6.25″. Issued c1880.

    $200.00
  • pNGL290
    KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE
    (North German Lloyd)

    Very rare and beautiful post card. Shows a port view of the ship at sea, as well as a photo of the woman “Kronprinzessin Cecilie” Line flags also adorn the card. Statistics on back. Message on back about the voyage, but not posted.. c1907.

    $95.00
  • NGL98
    (North German Lloyd)

    Souvenir ad card issued for the 1893 Columbian Exposition, Chicago. “Compliments of the North German Lloyd SS Co, Bremen; Largest SS Co. olf the World”. Nice night time illustration of ship on one side, and list of principal routes on the back. Paste marks on back, but most of text is readable. 4.25×6″.

    $95.00
  • pNGL351
    (North German Lloyd)

    pc. Nice 50 year advertising card for the line. Shows the offices in Bremen. “1857-1907”.

    $60.00
  • HARD303
    (North German Lloyd)

    Very colorful souvenir fan. One side has an attractive Japanese illustration, the other has the wording “Nordduetscher Lloyd Bremen” and the line emblem. 9×15″. Issued c1920s. Edges frayed.

    $100.00
  • PACML03
    ECUADOR / VENEZUELA / COLUMBIA
    (Pacific Mail)

    12 page booklet 8×9″. Contains Deck Plan, exterior photo, 8 elegant interior photos. Addl exterior illustration. Text, captions. Route map. Superb color covers. c1922.

    $85.00
  • MISC115
    (State)

    Colorful “State Line for Europe” advertising card. 3.5×5.75″. Front has a colorful illustration of a liner (3 masts one funnel), the reverse Lists fares. “Austin Baldwin & Co. Agents (NY & Chicago.) Service NY-Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool.. A few paste marks on back. Rare. c1880.

    $125.00
  • MISC61
    (State)

    Colorful “State Line for Europe” advertising card. 3.25×6″. Front has a colorful illustration of a liner (3 masts one funnel), the reverse advertises First Class, Second Cabin & Steerage accommodations. A few paste marks on back. Service NY-Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool. c1880.

    $125.00
  • pWH346
    ARABIC
    (White Star)

    Superb Hands Across the Sea Postcard. Port view at sea of the liner in the center flanked by two large flags, as well as the Hands Across the Sea Emblem. Very rare. Excellent condition. c1905.

    $85.00
  • pWH373
    CYMRIC
    (White Star)

    pc. Port bow view at sea. Graphically superb card with US & UK Flags on sides in wonderful color. Line flag on top. Valentines series card. c1910.

    $125.00
  • Graphic14
    HOMERIC
    (White Star)

    Dinner menu for Aug 11 1930. 4 page folder. 4.5×7.5″. Blank space for message. Folds closed to form a souvenir “Letter Card” that can be mailed. Superb illustration of the ship on the cover.

    $60.00
  • MISC148
    GRAND REPUBLIC & COLUMBIA

    Superb colorful c1880s trade card. Advertises “the largest, finest and best” excursion steamers going to Rockaway Beach. The front of the card features 6 woman in bathing attire of the day. The reverse has schedules & text. The card is overprinted Grand Excursion- special train to connect on N.H. & N.R.R., Friday Sept 15th, in this Grand Affair. Everything Guaranteed to be Carried Out”. Superb and extremely Rare. 3.25×5.25

    $125.00
  • pOTH757

    pc. Colorful card “The First Day Out”. Shows passengers on deck. Tuck’s brand card. c1915.

    $25.00
  • pOTH758

    pc. Colorful card “The Second Day Out”. Shows passengers on deck, looking ill. Tuck’s brand card. c1915.

    $25.00
  • pOTH759

    pc. Comical Card: “Say George, Don’t you think its about time we got a Bite”. Shows 2 men fishing in a small boat with a large shark behind them. Used, 1943.

    $25.00