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CONDITION -- Very Good
HISTORY -- Frederick Warne & Company is a British publisher famous for
children's books, particularly those of Beatrix Potter, and for its Observer's
Books which have gained a cult following. The company was founded in 1865 by a bookseller turned publisher,
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DESCRIPTION -- Superb set
of four souvenir dishes from the Hamburg America Line which are 4" (10cm)
wide with one dish that has very slight damage to the edge.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]
CONDITION - Very Good
HISTORY -- The Hamburg America Line was a transatlantic shipping enterprise established in Hamburg, Germany, in 1847. It soon developed into the largest German, and at times the world's largest, shipping company, serving the market created by the German immigration to the United States and later immigration from Eastern Europe. On September 1, 1970, after 123 years of independent existence, HAPAG merged with the Bremen-based North German Lloyd to form Hapag-Lloyd AG.
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DESCRIPTION -- Company
tie from the shipping company the Canadian Pacific Line which dates circa
1970's and is in an excellent condition.
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CONDITION -- Excellent
HISTORY -- CP Ships was a large Canadian shipping company established in the 19th century. From the late 1880s until after World War II, the company was Canada's largest operator of Atlantic and Pacific steamships. Many immigrants travelled on CP ships from Europe to Canada. The sinking of the steamship RMS Empress of Ireland was the largest maritime disaster in Canadian history. The company provided Canadian Merchant Navy vessels in World Wars I and II. Twelve vessels were lost due to enemy action in World War II including the largest ship sunk by a German U-Boat.
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