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MALL SILVER PLATED GOBLET FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE RMS STRATHMORE

DESCRIPTION -- From the P&O Line this is a small sized goblet from the vessel the RMS Strathmore, which is in a very good condition and is 4½"(11cm) in size.  It shows on the front the company houseflag and vessel’s name and is original from the fleet dating the 1940’s/1950’s and believe it may have originated from WW2 (click on the picture to see a closer view of the item).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Very Good

HISTORY
-- RMS Strathmore was an ocean liner and Royal Mail Ship of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O), the third of five sister ships built for P&O in the "Strath" class. Launched in 1935, she served on the company's route from London to India until 1940, when she was requisitioned for war service as a troop ship, and redesignated as SS Strathmore, until being returned to her owners in 1948. After a long re-fit, she resumed service with P&O from 1949 until 1963, when she was sold to Latsis Lines and renamed Marianna Latsi, then Henrietta Latsi, before being laid up in 1967 and finally scrapped in 1969.

NOTES
-- Many other different items are also available from Travellers in Time and are to be found on the website. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us with your interest at sales@travellersintime.net and we will get back to you if we can help you to find those items.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT2999 BA219
Price
£28.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

EARLY AS USED ON BOARD ICE CREAM SPOON FROM THE CUNARD WHITESTAR LINE

DESCRIPTION -- Early as used on board ice cream spoon from the Cunard Whitestar Line shipping company which is in a very good condition and shows on it the company name (click on the picture to see a closer view of the name).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Very Good

HISTORY
-- In 1934, White Star merged with its chief rival, Cunard Line, which operated as Cunard White Star Line until 1950.  Today it is most famous for the innovative vessel Oceanic of 1870, the Olympic class ocean liners, including the ill-fated liners RMS Titanic and HMS Britannic, and the tender SS Nomadic.

NOTES
-- If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Travellers in Time website, please contact us with your inquiry at sales@travellersintime.net and we will see if we have it in stock for you amongst the many items which are not yet on the website.  (SCode-R)

Item: TT2998 BA219
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

RARE OFFICERS UNIFORM BADGE FROM THE ALFRED HOLT LINE

DESCRIPTION -- From the Alfred Holt Line this is an officer’s uniform badge, which is in a good condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]   

CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- Alfred Holt commenced ship-owning with Thomas Ainsworth in 1852 and built their first new ship in 1854, which they immediately chartered to the French Government for use in the Crimean War. The company started sailings to the West Indies in 1855, but in the face of competition from established companies, later pulled out of this route. In 1864 they began sailing to China and the Far East, and have since become the major British company serving this area. The company was registered as the Ocean Steam Ship Company Limited, in 1865.

NOTES -- Many different and varied maritime shipping groups are covered on the Travellers in Time website, with hundreds of items in each. For more information please email us at sales@travellersintime.netto ask about any items you see listed. (SCode-S)

Item: TT2997 BA219
Price
£26.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£3.00
Elsewhere: £5.00

VERY RARE AND ORIGINAL OLD OVAL SIDE PLATE FROM THE RMS QUEEN MARY

DESCRIPTION -- Original and rare to find oval dish from the RMS Queen Mary produced in the traditional black chequered design.  In a good condition with the size being 8½" (21cm) x 5" (13cm) and is bottom marked.  
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]   

CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- In 1934 the new liner was launched by Queen Mary as RMS Queen Mary. On her way down the slipway, Queen Mary was slowed by eighteen drag chains, which checked the liner's progress into the River Clyde, a portion of which had been widened to accommodate the launch.

NOTES -- If you have any enquiries about particular maritime items of interest that you are looking for, please contact us at sales@travellersintime.net to see if we can help or may have in stock.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT2996 BA219
Price
£26.00
UK Postage: £6.00
Europe Postage:£8.00
Elsewhere: £10.00

SUPERB DOUBLE SET OF PLAYING CARDS FROM THE ORIENT LINE IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION BOX

DESCRIPTION -- Fantastic souvenir item from the Orient Line, which is a double set of playing cards in original box and all in an excellent condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Excellent

HISTORY
-- The Orient Steam Navigation Company, also known as the Orient Line, was a British shipping company with roots going back to the late 18th century. From the early 20th century onwards an association began with P&O which became 51% shareholder in 1919 and culminated in the Orient Line being totally absorbed into that company in 1966.

NOTES
-- Over many years now Travellers in Time has listed a great deal of unusual items on the website. For information on any of these or any other interested items, we can always be contacted at sales@travellersintime.net for all maritime enquiries, and any items you are looking for.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT2995 BA219
Price
£17.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SILK SCARF SOUVENIR FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE ORIANA

DESCRIPTION -- From the vessel the Oriana this is a silk scarf souvenir which looks to be as new in excellent condition and is 3.0ft (30cms) square. It shows on it a picture of the vessel and the P&O houseflag and name and dates from the late 1960’s/early 1970’s.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Unused

HISTORY
-- SS Oriana was the last of the Orient Steam Navigation Company's ocean liners. She was built at Vickers-Armstrongs, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England and launched on 3 November 1959 by Princess Alexandra. Originally resplendent with her owners' traditional corn coloured hull, Oriana appeared as an Orient Line ship until 1966, when that company was fully absorbed into the P&O group. Faced with unprofitable around the world passenger routes, the P&O white hulled Oriana was operated as a full-time cruise ship from 1973.

NOTES
-- 1000's of other maritime items are available to buy on the website and many different cruise lines are covered. If you require more information on any of these please contact us on sales@travellersintime.net.  (SCode-R)

Item: TT2995 BA219
Price
£10.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

TWO BOXES OF UNUSED MATCHES FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL ARCADIA

DESCRIPTION -- From the P&O Line vessel the Arcadia this is a pair of boxes of matches which are unused and show on them a picture of the ship and name.
[ONLY 1 PAIR AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Unused (as new)

HISTORY
-- SS Arcadia was a passenger liner built for P&O in 1953 to service the UK to Australia route. Towards the end of her life she operated as a cruise ship, based in Sydney, until scrapped in 1979.

NOTES
-- Having been established now for over 16 years, Travellers in Time are run by two people as a hobby and not a business, and believe that a more personal service is achieved this way.  We can be reached at sales@travellersintime.netfor any enquiries on items from the website or items you are looking for.  (SCode-0)

Item: TT2994 BA219
Price
£6.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£3.00
Elsewhere: £5.00

TIE PIN FROM THE FAMOUS VESSEL THE RMS MAURETANIA

DESCRIPTION -- Very rare find of a souvenir tie pin from the vessel the Mauretania.  It is in a very good condition and shows on it a view of the ship and unlikely to find another one like this (click on the picture to see a close up of the ship).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Very Good

HISTORY
-- RMS Mauretania was launched on 28 July 1938 at the Cammell Laird yard in Birkenhead, England, and was completed in May 1939. The second Mauretania was the first ship built for the newly formed Cunard White Star company following the merger in April 1934 of the Cunard and White Star Line. On the withdrawal of the first RMS Mauretaniain 1934, to prevent a rival company using the name and to keep it available for the new liner, arrangements were made for the Red Funnel paddle steamer Queento be renamed Mauretania in the interim.

NOTES
-- If you have any enquiries about particular maritime items of interest that you are looking for, please contact us at sales@travellersintime.netto see if we can help or may have in stock. (SCode-LN)

Item: TT2993 BA219
Price
£45.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£3.00
Elsewhere: £5.00

SOUVENIR TEA CADDY SPOON FROM THE FAMOUS VESSEL THE SS CANBERRA

DESCRIPTION -- Souvenir from the old P&O Line vessel the SS Canberra which is a chrome tea caddy spoon, which shows on it the company houseflag and name at the top and has a clock face to the bottom.  Excellent almost as new condition (click on the picture for a close up of the item).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]   

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- SS Canberra was an ocean liner, which later operated on cruises, in the P&O fleet from 1961 to 1997. She was built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland at a cost of £ 17,000,000. The ship was named on 17 March 1958, after the federal capital of Australia, Canberra. She was launched on 16 March 1960, sponsored by Dame Pattie Menzies, GBE, wife of the then Prime Minister of Australia, Robert Menzies.

NOTES -- You can email Travellers in Time at sales@travellersintime.net anytime for any enquiries about items on the website that you may wish to purchase, or if we perhaps have anything similar for sale.  (SCode-0)

Item: TT2992 BA219
Price
£12.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

LAPEL PIN BADGE FROM THE VESSEL THE SS NEVASA OF THE BRITISH INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- Original souvenir lapel pin from the British India Steam Navigation Company vessel the Nevasa, which is in an excellent condition and dates from the 1950’s/1960’s.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION
-- Very Good

HISTORY
-- Built in 1955 she was the British India Steam Navigation Co's biggest ship, the 20,527-ton Nevasa. She was the first troopship built since the end of the Second World War. With accommodation for 500 officers and their families and 1,000 NCOs and men on the troop deck, Nevasa introduced a new era of trooping by sea. She had many comforts compared with older vessels, including stabilisers to reduce rolling in rough sea. Nevasa was built on the Clyde and launched on November 30, 1955, and sailed into Southampton for the first time the following year.

NOTES
-- 1000's of other maritime items are available to buy on the website and many different cruise lines are covered. If you require more information on any of these please contact us on sales@travellersintime.net.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT2991 BA219
Price
£16.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£3.00
Elsewhere: £5.00

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