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RARE TO FIND SOUVENIR DISH FOM THE ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE SS ORFORD

DESCRIPTION -- From the Orient Line this is a souvenir dish from the SS Orford which is 5″ (12cm) wide and is in a very good condition and a rare find (click on the picture to see a close up of the emblem)..
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- Built for Orient Lines in 1928, SS Orford was loaned to France during WW2 as a troop carrier. She ran aground in Marseilles while evacuating troops in 1940. It took seven years for her to be re floated, after which she was scrapped.

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Item: T3707 BA248
Price
£18.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£7.00
Elsewhere: £14.00

AS USED IN SERVICE HALF MOON DISH FROM THE ORIENT LINE SHIPPING COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- Excellent as used on board half moon serving dish from the Orient Line shipping company, which is in an excellent condition and is 7½" (19cm) wide.
[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 that eventually culminated in the Orient Line being totally absorbed into that company in the 1960's. The Orient Line's beginnings can be traced back to the formation of a shipbroking company by James Thomson in 1797.

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Item: T3674 BA247
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£7.00
Elsewhere: £12.00

VERY RARE TO FIND EARLY SOUVENIR ASHTRAY FROM THE ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE SS ORVIETO

DESCRIPTION -- Very early souvenir ashtray from the old Orient Line vessel the SS Orvieto which shows on it the ships name and company emblem. The size of the ashtray is 5" (14cm) wide and it is in a good condition.
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CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- The Orvieto was a 1909 commissioned passenger ship ofthe British shipping company Orient Steam Navigation Company, which was used in passenger and mail traffic from Great Britainto Australia. The steamer was decommissioned in 1930 and scrapped in Scotlandthe following year.

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Item: TT3656 BA246
Price
£25.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£6.00
Elsewhere: £10.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE SS ORIANA

DESCRIPTION -- Early souvenir spoon from the Orient Line vessel the SS Oriana which is in an excellent condition (click on the picture to see the emblem at the end of spoon).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

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.

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Item: TT3650 BA246
Price
£18.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

SOUVENIR GLASS DISH FROM THE VERY OLD VESSEL THE SS ORONTES

DESCRIPTION -- This item is a glass dish souvenir from the SS Orontes which is a very old ship and this item is difficult to date, but is old. Produced as a glass souvenir the dish is 5" (12cm) x 4" (10cm) in size and is in a very good condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- SS Orontes was a steam ocean liner of the Orient Steam Navigation Company that was launched in 1902 and scrapped in 1925. Orontes was a troop ship in the First World War. In 1922 she was bought for conversion into an exhibition ship, but the venture fell through so Orient Line repossessed her. Orontes was scrapped in 1925.

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Item: TT3645 BA246
Price
£16.00
UK Postage: £4.00
Europe Postage:£7.00
Elsewhere: £11.00

BOTTLE OPENER FROM THE VESSEL THE SS ORONSAY

DESCRIPTION -- From the vessel the SS Oronsay this is a souvenir bottle opener dating from the 1950's and is in a good to fair condition and is priced accordingly. Item is 4" (10cm) in size and shows the company houseflag at the top. 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Good/Fair

HISTORY -- The SS Oronsay was a British ocean liner and World War II troopship. She was sunk by an Italian submarine in 1942. Oronsay was built for the Orient Steam Navigation Company on Clydebank and was launched by Viscountess Novar in 1924. Her maiden voyage started on 7 February 1925 from London to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

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Item: TT3637 BA246
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

AS USED IN SERVICE ORIENT LINE SHIPPING COMPANY DINING PLATE​​​​​​​

DESCRIPTION -- From the Orient Line this is an as used in service Dining Plate which is in a very good almost excellent condition, with the size being 9" (23cm) wide and is bottom marked with name and logo.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Orient Steam Navigation Company, also known as the Orient Line, was a British shipping company with roots going back to the late eighteenth century. From the early twentieth century onwards an association began with P&O that eventually culminated in the Orient Line being totally absorbed into that company in the 1960s.

NOTES -- Due to very large increases in postage costs to America, the price shown will cover large items but may take up to but not more than 42 days to receive from despatch.  If items are wanted sooner a price on request can be given. If you cannot find the particular items 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. 
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Item: TT3568 BA243
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £6.00
Europe Postage:£9.00
Elsewhere: £17.00

SMALL SOUVENIR TANKARD FROM THE ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE RMS ORCADES

DESCRIPTION -- Fantastic souvenir tankard from the RMS Orcades from the Orient Line shipping company which is in a very good condition and dates from the 1950’s/60’s and shows on the front the name and company flag and is 4″ (11cm) tall.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]     

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The RMS Orcades was a British passenger ship that Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd of Barrow-in-Furness built as an ocean liner in 1937. Her owner was Orient Line, which operated her between Britain and Australia 1937–39, and also as a cruise ship. The Admiralty then requisitioned her and had her converted into a troopship.  In 1942 the German submarine U-172 attacked her off South Africa. Orcades' crew and gunners fought to fend off the submarine and save their ship, and it took U-172 two and a half hours and seven torpedoes to sink her. Orcades' Master, Charles Fox, was decorated by the Crown and Lloyd's of London for his bravery and leadership.

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Item: TT3514 BA240
Price
£29.00
UK Postage: £5.00
Europe Postage:£7.00
Elsewhere: £11.00

PEWTER TANKARD FROM THE ORIENT LINE SHIPPING COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- From the Orient Line this item is a pewter tankard which shows on it the company emblem, and is in a very good condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Orient Line has its beginnings traced back to the formation of a shipbroking company by James Thompson (or Thomson) in 1797. The company was operating a small fleet of sailing ships by the early 19th century, and by the middle of the century they were sailing on routes all over the world.

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Item: TT3326 BA233
Price
£29.00
UK Postage: £6.00
Europe Postage:£9.00
Elsewhere: £15.00

SOUVENIR TIN FROM THE ORIGINAL OLD ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE ORIANA

DESCRIPTION -- From the original old cruise line vessel the Oriana of the Orient Line shipping company, this is a souvenir tin which once contained mints, has a picture of the vessel on it and is 2½" (7cm) wide.  
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The 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. Oriana appeared as an Orient Line ship until 1966, when that company was fully absorbed into the P&O group. The P&O now white hulled Oriana was operated as a full-time cruise ship from 1973. Between 1981 and her retirement from service five years later, Oriana was based at Sydney, Australia, operating to Pacific Ocean and South-East Asian ports. 

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Item: TT3320 BA233
Price
£11.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £9.00

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