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Mauretania Collection

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line Poster

Cunard Line Poster
Cunard Line, Monarchs of the Sea poster for the Lusitania and Mauretania, 1907 Date: 1907

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line Poster

Cunard Line Poster, the fastest ocean service in the world, promoting the Mauretania, Berengaria, and Aquitania cruise ships between Southampton and New York

Background imageMauretania Collection: Mauretania Postcard

Mauretania Postcard
Steam ship of the Cunard line at New York

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania

RMS Mauretania - Passenger liner of the Cunard White Star line, she held the Blue Riband for 21 years; she was withdrawn from service and broken up in 1935. Date: circa 1907

Background imageMauretania Collection: White Star dock with three liners, Southampton

White Star dock with three liners, Southampton
White Star dock at Southampton with three liners, RMS Aquitania, Mauretania and Olympic. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania (Launched 1938)

RMS Mauretania (Launched 1938)
RMS Mauretania. A successor to RMS Mauretania of 1906. Launched 28th July, 1938 she saw only the briefest period of commercial operation before being requisitioned by the British Government for use

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania, First Class Lounge

RMS Mauretania, First Class Lounge Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania steamship, a Cunard liner, at sea

RMS Mauretania steamship, a Cunard liner, at sea, 1908 Date: 1908

Background imageMauretania Collection: Mauretania Photograph

Mauretania Photograph
Cunard Line R.M.S. Mauretania

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line poster

Cunard Line poster
Poster advertising the Royal Mail four screw steamers of the Cunard Line shipping line, Lusitania and Mauretania, the finest, fastest and largest steamers in the world

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line Transatlantic Steamer Timetable poster

Cunard Line Transatlantic Steamer Timetable poster
Timetable poster advertising the journey times of the Transatlantic steamers of the Cunard Line with 2nd class and Cabin Fares lisited from Liverpool for New York, October 1910. 1910

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Mauretania in full flow

The Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Mauretania in full flow Date: 1922

Background imageMauretania Collection: Baggage Label for the Cunard Line

Baggage Label for the Cunard Line
A fine example of a luggage label - a bag label for the Cunard Line, featuring a picture of the RMS Mauretania. According to the notes on the reverse of this tag

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - Second Class Lounge

The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - Second Class Lounge. Date: 1922

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - Passenger Elevators

The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - Passenger Elevators. Date: 1922

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - The Entrance Hall

The Cunard Liner RMS Mauretania - The Entrance Hall Date: 1922

Background imageMauretania Collection: Poster, Cunard Line

Poster, Cunard Line, Southampton, Cherbourg, New York - Fastest Ocean Service in the World Date: circa 1928

Background imageMauretania Collection: Front cover design for a brochure for Liner RMS Mauretania

Front cover design for a brochure for Liner RMS Mauretania
The attractive front cover design for a brochure for the Liner RMS Mauretania, designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson for the British Cunard Line. Date: 1922

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania in Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England

RMS Mauretania in Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England
Cunard Line RMS Mauretania at the landing stage, Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England. Date: circa 1910

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania - Cunard LIne Transatlantic Ocean Liner

RMS Mauretania - Cunard LIne Transatlantic Ocean Liner
RMS Mauretania was an ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Wigham Richardson and Swan Hunter for the British Cunard Line, launched on the afternoon of 20 September 1906. circa 1920

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania in New York

RMS Mauretania in New York

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania in New York, USA

RMS Mauretania in New York, USA

Background imageMauretania Collection: Boats from RMS Mauretania landing troops in

Boats from RMS Mauretania landing troops in the Dardanelles during WW1

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania boats landing at Gallipoli, Dardanelles

RMS Mauretania boats landing at Gallipoli, Dardanelles, during WW1

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania camouflaged

RMS Mauretania camouflaged

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania camouflaged during WW1

RMS Mauretania camouflaged during WW1

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania and RMS Lusitania early 1900s

RMS Mauretania and RMS Lusitania early 1900s

Background imageMauretania Collection: White Star Line, printed ephemera, Georgic and Britannic

White Star Line, printed ephemera, Georgic and Britannic
OCEAN LINER: Large collection of printed ephemera including White Star Line Georgic and Britannic, mixed liner and period photograph of the launch of Mauretania

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania silk postcard

RMS Mauretania silk postcard
RMS MAURETANIA: Unusual on board silk postcard, postally used Queenstown 1908. Date: 1908

Background imageMauretania Collection: May Collection, Saxonia, Mauretania, Corsican silk postcards

May Collection, Saxonia, Mauretania, Corsican silk postcards
THE MAY COLLECTION: Five silk postcards, Saxonia, Mauretania and Corsican

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania, First Class dining room, cast iron chair bas

RMS Mauretania, First Class dining room, cast iron chair bas
CUNARD: Extremely rare RMS Mauretania cast iron chair base believed from First-Class dining room. 15ins. x 12ins

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania, First Class Louis XVI style decorative panel

RMS Mauretania, First Class Louis XVI style decorative panel
RMS MAURETANIA: First-Class decorative panel with Louis XVI style mouldings in relief with markings to reverse. 44ins. x 64ins

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania First Class Smoking Room (Cunard)

RMS Mauretania First Class Smoking Room (Cunard)

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania Verandah Cafe (Cunard)

RMS Mauretania Verandah Cafe (Cunard)

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania Ball Room (Cunard)

RMS Mauretania Ball Room (Cunard)

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania First Class Dining Saloon (Cunard)

RMS Mauretania First Class Dining Saloon (Cunard)

Background imageMauretania Collection: Ocean liners, collection of five silk postcards

Ocean liners, collection of five silk postcards
THE MAY COLLECTION: Five silk postcards, featuring the Saxonia, Mauretania and Corsican

Background imageMauretania Collection: Two limited edition prints of Cunard liners

Two limited edition prints of Cunard liners
OCEAN LINERS: Two limited edition prints of Cunard liners, from a set of five (Queen Mary, Britannia, QE2, Queen Elizabeth and Mauretania), signed by ex-Cunard captains

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania, on board silk postcard

RMS Mauretania, on board silk postcard
RMS MAURETANIA: Unusual on board silk postcard, postally used Queenstown 1908. Date: 1908

Background imageMauretania Collection: Ocean liners - Cunard and White Star jigsaws

Ocean liners - Cunard and White Star jigsaws
Ocean liners - collection of five Cunard and White Star jigsaws including Majestic/Olympic, Adriatic and Mauretania

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line, QE2, Queen Mary, Mauretania memorabilia

Cunard Line, QE2, Queen Mary, Mauretania memorabilia
CUNARD LINE: Mixed collection of QE2, Queen Mary and Mauretania memorabilia

Background imageMauretania Collection: Sir William Henry White, British naval architect

Sir William Henry White, British naval architect
Sir William Henry White (1845-1913), British naval architect, warship designer and Chief Constructor at the Admiralty. In his retirement he was consulting architect in the design of the Cunard liner

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard White Star Line - three souvenirs

Cunard White Star Line - three souvenirs. MV Britannic butterfly wing pin dish, 3.5 inches diameter. RMS Mauretania plastic souvenir lifebelt, 4.25 inches diameter

Background imageMauretania Collection: Ocean Liners - 20 magic lantern slides

Ocean Liners - 20 magic lantern slides including views of Lusitania and Mauretania, and music, Nearer My God to Thee. Date: 20th century

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania - panel converted into fire screen

RMS Mauretania - panel converted into fire screen
RMS Mauretania - quarter veneered satinwood panel converted to take the form of a fire screen, pencil notations to reverse. 16 x 25 inches. Date: 20th century

Background imageMauretania Collection: Mauretania and Empress of Britain - Shipbuilder magazines

Mauretania and Empress of Britain - Shipbuilder magazines
Ocean Liners - two souvenir numbers of The Shipbuilder and Marine Engine Builder depicting the Mauretania and the Empress of Britain. Date: 20th century

Background imageMauretania Collection: Ocean Liners - 19 assorted postcards

Ocean Liners - 19 assorted postcards, including Kaiser Wilhelm, Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, Mauretania, and Windsor Castle. Date: 20th century

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line, Queen Mary - three items

Cunard Line, Queen Mary - three items
Cunard White Star Line, Queen Mary - three items. Take to Pieces model, Chad Valley, all twelve decks removable, revealing every item of the ship's wonderful interior. Dinky Toys No. 52A (boxed)



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