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SOUVENIR BRASS TEA STRAINER FROM THE VESSEL EMPRESS OF ENGLAND OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- Original souvenir from the vessel the Empress of England of the Canadian Steamship Company which is a tea strainer as purchased on board ship and shows on it at the top a view of the houseflag crest and name. A great find from this famous old vessel and the size is 6” (15cm) Long (click on the picture for a close up view of the badge).
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- RMS Empress of England was an ocean liner built in 1956-1957 by Vickers-Armstrongs, Newcastle, United Kingdom for the Canadian Pacific Steamships. The ship was launched in 1956; and she undertook her maiden voyage in 1957. The ship was ordered along with two other sister ships -- the Empress of Britain and the Empress of Canada. The Empress's maiden voyage began on April 18, 1957.

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Item: TT1569 BA159
Price
£19.00
UK Postage: £3.50
Europe Postage:£4.50
Elsewhere: £6.00

DECK PLAN OF THE VESSELS THE MICHELANGELO AND THE RAFFAELLO OF THE ITALIAN LINE

DESCRIPTION -- From the Italian Line shipping company this is a deck plan of the vessels the Michelangelo and the SS Raffaello. The item is in full colour and in a fantastic condition. The booklet opens out into a very large size and has many great details contained within it (click on the picture to see a view of the booklet unfolded).
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- SS Raffaello was an Italian ocean liner built in 1965 for Italian Line by Cantieri Riuniti dell' Adriatico, Monfalcone. She was one of the last ships to be built primarily for liner service across the North Atlantic. Her sister ship was the SS Michelangelo.

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Item: TT1497 BA155
Price
£12.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

PLATE FROM THE HAMBURG AMERICA LINE VESSEL THE BREMEN CIRCA 1970's

DESCRIPTION -- China plate souvenir from The Hamburg America Line which is from the vessel Bremen and is dated circa 1970's. The size is 9" (23cm) wide and due to its shape the item is a kind of a plate/bowl and is finished with a gold rim. The item is in a fantastic condition and a great display piece (click on the picture to see a close up of the emblem on the plate).
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CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via Southampton. In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg to New York. In 1875 the company took over the Adler Line, and in 1886, amalgamated with the Carr-Union Line. They assumed control of the passenger management of Hamburg-South America Line, German East Africa Line and Hansa Line's Canadian service in 1888. The five vessels of the Eagle Line were purchased when that company collapsed and, about 1890, they took over the Hansa Line.

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Item: TT1475 BA153
Price
£25.00
UK Postage: £5.00
Europe Postage:£6.50
Elsewhere: £8.50

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 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: TT1471 BA153
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.50
Europe Postage:£4.50
Elsewhere: £6.00

COMPANY PLATE FROM THE HAMBURG AMERICA LINE VESSEL 'HEIDELBERG' CIRCA 1970's

DESCRIPTION -- China plate souvenir from The Hamburg America Line which is from the vessel Heidelberg and is dated circa 1970's. The size is 9" (23cm) wide and due to its shape the item is a kind of a plate/bowl and is finished with a gold rim. The item is in a fantastic condition and a great display piece (click on the picture to see a close up of the emblem on the plate).
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CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via Southampton. In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg to New York. In 1875 the company took over the Adler Line, and in 1886, amalgamated with the Carr-Union Line. They assumed control of the passenger management of Hamburg-South America Line, German East Africa Line and Hansa Line's Canadian service in 1888.

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Item: TT1468 BA153
Price
£25.00
UK Postage: £5.00
Europe Postage:£6.50
Elsewhere: £8.50

CUP & SAUCER FROM THE RUSSIAN VESSEL THE SS MAXIM GORKI

DESCRIPTION -- Cup and saucer from the Russian vessel the SS Maxim Gorki which is in a great condition and a rare find with the items showing on them the traditional design logo of the Maxim Gorki company (click on the picture for a close up view of the logo).
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CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The SS Maxim Gorki was a cruise ship that was, until 30 November 2008, owned by Sovcomflot, Russia, under long-term charter to Phoenix Reisen, Germany. She was built in 1969 by Howaldtswerke Deutsche Werft, Hamburg, West Germany for the German Atlantic Line as SS Hamburg. In 1973 she was renamed SS Hanseatic. The following year she was sold to the Black Sea Shipping Company, Soviet Union and received the name Maxim Gorki in honour of the poet Maxim Gorki. On 20 August 2008 the Maxim Gorki was sold to Orient Lines.

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Item: TT1373 BA150
Price
£16.00
UK Postage: £3.50
Europe Postage:£4.50
Elsewhere: £6.00

SILVER SPOON FROM THE GREEK SHIPPING LINE VESSEL THE ARKADIA

DESCRIPTION -- Silver spoon souvenir from the vessel The Arkadia from The Greek Shipping Line which is in a great condition and shows the crest in full colour at the top. It is a rare item to find with the size of the spoon being 4" (10cm) in length (click on the picture for a close up view of the emblem at he end of the spoon).
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CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- The Greek Line formally known as the General Steam Navigation Company of Greece was a passenger ship line that operated from 1939 until 1975. The Greek Line was owned by the Ormos Shipping Company. The line operated transatlantic and short to long distance voyages. The company later began operating leisure cruises as the jet age replaced passenger ships as the means of transportation across the Atlantic Ocean. Except for one ship, all of the other ships that the Greek Line operated were second-hand purchases.

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Item: TT1233 BA139
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

SOUVENIR SILVER SPOON FROM THE SS ATHENIA

DESCRIPTION -- Silver spoon souvenir from the old vessel the SS Athenia which is in a great condition and shows the crest in full colour at the top. It is a very rare item to find due to the sad loss of the ship at the start of WWII and the size of the spoon is 4" (10cm) in length.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The S.S. Athenia was the first British ship to be sunk by Nazi Germany in World War II. Athenia was built by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., and was launched at Govan, Scotland in 1923. She was built for Anchor-Donaldson Ltd.'s route between Britain and Canada. SS Athenia, under Captain James Cook, departed Glasgow for Montreal on 1 September 1939, via Liverpool and Belfast, carrying 1,103 civilians, including more than 300 Americans, and 315 crew. She left Liverpool at 13:00 on 2 September, and on the evening of 3 September was 60 mi (97 km) south of Rockall (250 miles/400 km northwest of Inishtrahull, Ireland), when she was sighted by the German U-boat U-30 and sunk.

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Item: TT1481 BA155
Price
£65.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

ON BOARD SHIPS PROGRAMME FROM THE SS HAMBURG OF THE HAMBURG AMERIKA LINE

DESCRIPTION -- From The SS Hamburg of The Hamburg Amerika Line this is a ships programme from on board and is dated 27th October ' 2nd November 1937. The programme has a large pull out section and is in a good condition. (click on the picture to see a large print of the menu inside)
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CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- SS Hamburg was a German ocean liner owned by the Hamburg America Line, built by the Blohm & Voss Shipbuilders of Hamburg, Germany and launched in 1926. She had a sister ship the New York. They were similar to the SS Albert Ballin. She became a naval accommodation ship for the German Navy in 1940.

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Item: TT1142 BA128
Price
£5.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

PASSENGER LIST FROM THE ARKADIA OF THE GREEK LINE DATED 1958

DESCRIPTION -- Passenger list from the Greek Line Company vessel The Arkadia which is from 20th December 1958 and shows sailing from Tilbury, England. Also with this item is an original news sheet from the vessel called The Daily Arkadian giving details of onboard activities and excursions ashore.
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- In late 1957, following the Torres Strait collision, the New Australia was withdrawn from service and was destined for scrapping. In January 1958 she was saved again when the Greek Line bought her and renamed her Arkadia. She was rebuilt and modernized by Blohm & Voss in Hamburg. She was now 20,259 tons, her forepeak, damaged in the collision, was extended to provide a curved stem, and she was lengthened to 590 feet. Her foremast was replaced by two king-posts. She was fitted out to carry 150 passengers in 1st class and 1150 in tourist class. On 22 May 1958 the Arkadia made her first voyage from Bremerhaven through Cherbourg, Liverpool and Greenock to Quebec-Montreal.

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Item: TT1137 BA128
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £1.50
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £5.00

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