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SOUVENIR DISH FROM THE BROCKLEBANK LINE

DESCRIPTION -- Excellent condition early type souvenir dish from the Brocklebank Line which is 5" (13cm) x 4" (10cm) in size.  The item is bottom marked and is dating from the 1960's. 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Brocklebank Line (formally named Thos. and Jno. Brocklebank) was an English shipping line that operated during the 19th and 20th centuries. Daniel Brocklebank founded a shipyard in Whitehaven in 1785, and expanded in the following years into operating ships.

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Item: TT2909 BA217
Price
£12.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £9.00

CUNARD BROCKLEBANK LINE 200 YEAR CELEBRATION CHINA DISH

DESCRIPTION -- From the Cunard Brocklebank Line this is a china dish and the size is 7" (19cm). It shows a picture of a sailing vessel in the centre and is a 200 year celebration piece. Celebrating the years 1770 ' 1970 and marked on the back with name and celebration details (click on the picture to see the underside of dish).
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- In 1968 the company Cunard-Brocklebank Ltd was created to pool the cargo services of the two companies. In 1970 the activities of Cunard Line's subsidiary companies (Cunard-Brocklebank, Port Line, Moss Tankers and Offshore Marine) were coordinated by the formation of Cunard Cargo Shipping Services Ltd. At this time there was still a need for cargo shipping and this company focused on this trade.

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Item: TT2622 BA208
Price
£22.00
UK Postage: £5.00
Europe Postage:£7.00
Elsewhere: £11.00

SMALL DISH SOUVENIR FROM THE BROCKLEBANK LINE VESSEL BRITANNIA CIRCA 1960's

DESCRIPTION -- From the Brocklebank Line shipping company this is a small dish souvenir which shows on it a picture of the vessel 'Britannia' from 1840. It dates circa 1960's and is in a near perfect condition with the size of the item being 4" (10cm) wide.
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CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Brocklebank Line company was founded in 1801 in Whitehaven in Cumbria as Thos.& Jno. Brocklebank, with one sailing ship trading coal. When the East India Company's monopoly for trade with India was abolished in 1813, Brocklebank made it their key trading area. They also operated in North and South America, the West Indies and the East Indies. Brocklebank moved to Liverpool in 1819 and although they purchased their first steam ships in 1889 they continued using sailing ships until 1901.

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Item: TT1471 BA153
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SMALL VASE SOUVENIR FROM THE BROCKLEBANK LINE CIRCA 1960's

DESCRIPTION -- From the shipping company this is a small vase souvenir. The item shows on it a picture of the vessels 'Europa' and 'Niagra' from 1848. The vase dates circa 1960's and is in a near perfect condition with the size of the item being 2" (6.5cm) high.
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CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Brocklebank Line company was founded in 1801 in Whitehaven in Cumbria as Thos.& Jno.Brocklebank, with one sailing ship trading coal. When the East India Company's monopoly for trade with India was abolished in 1813, Brocklebank made it their key trading area. They also operated in North and South America, the West Indies and the East Indies. Brocklebanks moved to Liverpool in 1819 and although they purchased their first steam ships in 1889 they continued using sailing ships until 1901.

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Item: TT1470 BA153
Price
£12.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £9.00

SORBET/ICE CREAM DISH FROM THE BROCKLEBANK LINE

DESCRIPTION -- This is an item from the Shipping Company and is an unusual find. It is a silver-plated ice-cream/sorbet bowl set on a plinth. It is nicely side marked with the company houseflag and also has the company name on. This item would have been used on board vessel and is in a good condition. The age of these is not known so are difficult to date.
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CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- Founded in 1801 as Thos. & Jno. Brocklebank, Whitehaven, with one sailing ship, the Brocklebank Line company traded mostly with coal. With the abolition of the Hon. East India Company's trading monopoly to India in 1813, Brocklebank entered the India trade, which became its mainstay field of operation, but the company also traded to North and South America and to the West and East Indies. In 1819, the company moved from Whitehaven to Liverpool which became its terminus port. A London to China Treaty Ports service began in 1858 and in 1860 regular services to Brazil ceased.

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Item: TT953 BA111
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £9.00

SET OF PLACE MATS/COASTERS FROM THE BROCKLEBANK LINE

DESCRIPTION -- Set of coasters/place mats from The and there are a total of six in the set and they are still in their original box. The size of the mats is 4" x 3" (11cm x 9.5cm) and the box is also stamped with the name The Brocklebank Line.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- Founded in 1801 as Thos.& Jno .Brocklebank, Whitehaven, with one sailing ship, the Brocklebank Line company traded mostly with coal. With the abolition of the Hon. East India Company's trading monopoly to India in 1813, Brocklebank entered the India trade, which became its mainstay field of operation, but the company also traded to North and South America and to the West and East Indies. In 1819, the company moved from Whitehaven to Liverpool which became its terminus port. 

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Item: TT917 BA109
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £9.00

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