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DINNER MENU FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE ORCADES DATED 1970

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DESCRIPTION -- Original dinner menu from the P&O Line vessel the Orcades which is in a very good condition and is dated July 27th September 1970. 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The SS Orcades was an ocean liner serving primarily the UK – Australia – New Zealand route. She started service as a British Royal Mail Ship carrying first and tourist class passengers before becoming a P&O Line vessel.

NOTES -- Travellers in Time list many unusual items on the website and we can always be contacted at sales@travellersintime.net for all maritime enquiries. 
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Item: TT3425 BA237
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

DINNER MENU FOR THE OLD ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE SS ORIANA DATED JULY 1998

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DESCRIPTION -- From the Orient Line vessel the SS Oriana and is an original ship dinner menu. It is dated Wednesday 1st July 1998 and is in a very good condition.

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

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. 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.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net
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Item: TT3180 BA227
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

DINNER MENU FOR THE OLD CUNARD VESSEL THE QUEEN ELIZABETH DATED MAY 28th 1959

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DESCRIPTION -- From the Cunard Line vessel the Queen Elizabeth and is an original ship dinner menu. It is a rare find from this vessel and it is dated 28th May 1959 and is in a very good condition.

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The RMS Queen Elizabeth was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line. With her running mate Queen Mary she provided luxury liner service between Southampton, the United Kingdom, and New York City, the United States, via Cherbourg, France. She was also contracted for over twenty years to carry the Royal Mail as the second half of the two ships' weekly express service

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT3178 BA227
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

COLLECTION OF MENUS FROM THE AMERICAN LINE VESSEL MONGOLIA DATED AUGUST 1924

DESCRIPTION -- Collection of 6 menu slips, which were printed on board The American Line vessel the 'SS Mongolia'. Three of them are dated Tuesday 5th August 1924 and three are dated Friday 11th July 1924 and one part of the menu is shown in German. These are interesting items, which are from some of the early migration voyages to America.

[ONLY 1 SET AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The SS Mongolia was a 13,369-ton passenger-and-cargo liner originally built for Pacific Mail Steamship Company in 1904. She later sailed as USS Mongolia (ID-1615) for the U.S. Navy, as SS President Fillmore for the Dollar Line and as SS Panamanian for Cia Transatlantica Centroamericano. Ordered by E. H. Harriman's Pacific Mail Steamship Co. for its San Francisco-Far East service, Mongolia was laid down as Minnelora on 7 June 1902 in Shipway J at New York Shipbuilding in Camden, New Jersey.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT849 BA101
Price
£25.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

LUNCHEON MENU FROM THE FAMOUS OLD VESSEL THE RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH DATED OCTOBER 1952

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DESCRIPTION -- From the Cunard Line vessel the RMS Queen Elizabeth and is an original ship luncheon menu and it is a rare find from this vessel and it is dated 18th October 1952 and in a very good condition (click on the picture for a view of the inside).
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CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The RMS Queen Elizabeth was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line. With her running mate Queen Mary she provided luxury liner service between Southampton, the United Kingdom, and New York City, the United States, via Cherbourg, France. She was also contracted for over twenty years to carry the Royal Mail as the second half of the two ships' weekly express service

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT3463 BA238
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

DINNER MENU FROM THE OLD VESSEL THE LAURENTIC DATED AUGUST 1935

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DESCRIPTION -- Original and very rare menu from the famous old vessel The Laurentic, which is dated 8th August 1935. It is an early piece, which is from the Cunard Line days after the coming together of The Cunard Line and the White Star Line. The menu shows some ware to the spine but it is as rare as they come with regard to items from The Laurentic. 

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Fair/Old

HISTORY -- The Laurentic was launched in 1908 and entered service between Liverpool and Montréal on 29 April 1909. She only ever served on the Liverpool-Canada route, and gained notoriety in the capture of murderer Hawley Harvey Crippen, in which Chief Inspector Walter Dew of the Metropolitan Police used the Laurentic's speed to arrive in Canada before the fleeing suspect on the SS Montrose.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT600 BA80
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

ENTERTAINMENTS MENU PROGRAMME FROM THE GERMAN VESSEL POTSDAM DATED SEPTEMBER 1936

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DESCRIPTION -- Old entertainment's programme taken from on board ship and is from the German vessel 'The Potsdam' which is dated 21 - 28 September 1936 and the size is 11" x 7" (28cm x 9.5cm). 

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The passenger ship Potsdam of the North German Lloyd line was originally used for passenger cruises to the far east, after the start of World War II it was used as barrack ship. Being one of the three passenger ships scheduled for conversion to an aircraft carrier in 1942 (Project "Elbe"), it was planned to be modified at Hamburg's Blohm & Voss shipyard. Unlike the other two ships, the Potsdam project was not cancelled in November of 1942, but because of its slow speed, the ship later should have been used as a training aircraft carrier. On 02/02/1943 the modification was stopped and the Potsdam was taken over by the British after the war. 

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net
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Item: TT570 BA75
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

DINNER MENU FROM THE FAMOUS LINER THE SAXONIA DATED AUGUST 1958

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DESCRIPTION -- From the famous old liner The RMS Saxonia from the Cunard Line. It is an original Menu, which is dated Friday 22nd August 1958.

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The second RMS Saxonia was a 21,637 gross-ton passenger ship of the Cunard Line launched on 17 February 1954 by Lady Churchill. She served with Cunard until 1962 when she was refitted and renamed RMS Carmania. She continued transatlantic crossings and various cruise routes until she was laid up in 1971. In August 1973 she was bought by the Soviet Union-based Black Sea Shipping Company and renamed SS Leonid Sobinov.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT461 BA61
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

LUNCHEON MENU FROM THE LINER SS UNITED STATES DATED JUNE 1969

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DESCRIPTION -- Original ship's Luncheon Menu from the vessel the Unites States which is dated Thursday 12th June 1969 and it is in a very good condition (click on the picture to view the inside of the menu).

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The SS United States is a luxury passenger liner built in 1952 for the United States Lines designed to capture the trans-Atlantic speed record. Built at a cost of $79.4 million ($724 million in today's dollars), the ship is the largest ocean liner constructed entirely in the U.S. and the fastest ocean liner to cross the Atlantic in either direction. Even in her retirement, she retains the Blue Riband, the accolade given to the passenger liner crossing the Atlantic Ocean in regular service with the highest speed.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net
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Item: TT2499 BA205
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

RARE TO FIND DINING MENU FROM THE VESSEL THE SS ORIANA DATED SEPTEMBER 1969

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DESCRIPTION -- Dining menu from the SS Oriana which is dated Monday 1st September 1969 and is in an excellent condition (click on the picture to view the inside of the menu). 

[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. 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.

NOTES -- This ships menu is taken from our collection of 100's that we have in stock. If there is a particular menu from any cruise line vessel that you are looking for please email and let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT2500 BA205
Price
£8.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £7.00

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