Cunard Line - Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth Memorabilia
The Queen Mary, launched September 26, 1934, was the star
of the Cunard Line. Until it was decommissioned in 1967 it carried
monied travelers in style and luxury back and forth across the
Atlantic. When the ship was scraped all matter of nautical materials
were recycled as collectibles. We offer an interesting lamp made
with sections of rope. A small plaque provides provenance. Click to see plaque
19" tall, 29.5" to the top of the harp, 9" square
base.(Stock number 003ssRopeLamp) $75.00
The R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth originally served as a military
vessel in World War II. It was converted to a passenger ship in
1946. It was larger than her sister ship R.M.S. Queen Mary and
replaced that ship as the pride of the Cunard Line. The Queen
Elizabeth was decommissioned in 1970. It too became a source of
steamship memorabilia. The lock we offer is just such an item.
A small plaque provides provenance. Click to see plaque
Lock 7" x 3.5", plaque 10" x 12". (Stock number
Cunard Line Baggage Label includes information and rates of
insurance coverage for passenger's luggage. 5.75" x 2.75".
(Stock number 003ssLabel) SOLD
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