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BOTTLE OPENER SOUVENIR FROM THE PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY VESSEL THE REINA DEL MAR

DESCRIPTION -- From the Pacific Steam Navigation Company vessel the Reina Del Mar this is a souvenir bottle opener showing the company houseflag on front and is dated circa 1950's and 4" (10cm) long.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Pacific Steam Navigation Company (PSNCo) commenced plans for a new ship as a replacement for their ageing diesel liner Reina Del Pacifico which was completed in 1931, that had been on the Europe and the West Coast of South America service. This 20,255-ton turbine steamer, with accommodation for 766 passengers in three classes, was built by Harland & Wolff at Belfast, and launched on 7th June 1955 by Mrs H. Leslie Bowes, the wife of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company's then managing director.

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Item: TT2565 BA207
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

SHIPS CRUISE PASSENGER INFORMATION BOOKLET AND PASSENGER LIST FOR THE RMS ORDUNA OF THE PACIFIC LINE DATED 1939

DESCRIPTION -- Ships cruise passenger information booklet and passenger list for the Pacific Line vessel The Orduna which is dated 3rd January 1939 and is for a ships cruise sailing from Liverpool, England. It covers a great deal of information about the cruise for the passengers, as well as a full passenger list.
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CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- The Pacific Steam Navigation Company was a commercial shipping company that operated in the Pacific coast of South America, and was the first to use steam ships for commercial traffic in the Pacific Ocean. The company was founded by William Wheelwright in London in 1838 and began its operations in 1840 when two steam ships Chile and Peru were commissioned to carry mail. Early ports of call were Valparaíso, Coquimbo, Huasco, Copiapó, Cobija, Iquique, Arica, Islay, Pisco and Callao. In 1846 the company expanded its routes to include Huanchaco, Lambayeque, Paita, Guayaquil, Buenaventura and Panama City.

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Item: TT2452 BA203
Price
£10.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

AS USED ON BOARD PASTRY CUTTER FROM THE PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- Early ships item from the Pacific Steam Navigation Company which is an old as used on board 'pastry cutter' from the bakery department. The item is silver-plated and shows on the side a belt design with the company name and logo with the size of this piece as 3" ( 9.5cm) across and is in a great condition.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Pacific Steam Navigation Company was a commercial shipping company that operated in the Pacific coast of South America, and was the first to use steam ships for commercial traffic in the Pacific Ocean. The company was founded by William Wheelwright in London in 1838 and began its operations in 1840 when two steam ships Chile and Peru were commissioned to carry mail.

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Item: TT1108 BA125
Price
£19.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

SHIPS CRUISE PASSENGER INFORMATION BOOKLET AND PASSENGER LIST FOR THE RMS ORDUNA OF THE PACIFIC LINE DATED 1939

DESCRIPTION -- Ships cruise passenger information booklet from the Pacific Line vessel The Orduna which is dated 28th March 1939 and is for a ships cruise sailing from Liverpool, England. It covers a lot of information about the cruise for the passengers as well as a full passenger list.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- SS Orduna was an ocean liner built in 1913-14 by Harland & Wolff in Belfast for the Pacific Steam Navigation Company. After two voyages she was chartered to Cunard Line. In 1921 she went to the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, then being resold to the PSNCo in 1926. Her sister ships were the RMSP Orbita and SS Orca. She provided transatlantic passenger transport, measured approximately 15,500 gross tons, and was 550.3 ft x 67.3 ft.

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Item: TT1700 BA167
Price
£10.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

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