Artist: JARVIS Size: 25 x 39 3/4 in./63.5 x 101 cm British Colour Printing, London From 1936 to 1967, the RMS Queen Mary was one of the more luxurious ships traversing the North Atlantic. Part of Cunard's weekly express service between New York, Southampton, and Cherbourg, it frequently held the Blue Riband for fastest documented speed.

Artist: JARVIS Size: 25 x 39 3/4 in./63.5 x 101 cm British Colour Printing, London From 1936 to 1967, the RMS Queen Mary was one of the more luxurious ships traversing the North Atlantic. Part of Cunard's weekly express service between New York, Southampton, and Cherbourg, it frequently held the Blue Riband for fastest documented speed.

London Transport Poster, 1929www.SELLaBIZ.gr ΠΩΛΗΣΕΙΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΕΩΝ ΔΩΡΕΑΝ ΑΓΓΕΛΙΕΣ ΠΩΛΗΣΗΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΗΣ BUSINESS FOR SALE FREE OF CHARGE PUBLICATION

London Transport Poster, 1929www.SELLaBIZ.gr ΠΩΛΗΣΕΙΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΕΩΝ ΔΩΡΕΑΝ ΑΓΓΕΛΙΕΣ ΠΩΛΗΣΗΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΗΣ BUSINESS FOR SALE FREE OF CHARGE PUBLICATION

Maurice Dard Cie Navigation Mixte Algerie Tunisie Le Kairouan 61X100 Printed In France | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Maurice Dard Cie Navigation Mixte Algerie Tunisie Le Kairouan 61X100 Printed In France | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Cunard-White Star Cruises Travel Poster (c. 1936)The British shipping company, White Star Line, is most known for its cutting edge vessel Oceanic of 1870, the disastrous RMS Titanic, and the World War I loss of the ship Britannic. In 1934, the company merged with its chief rival the Cunard Line. Cunard-White Star Line, Ltd. existed until 1950, when Cunard began operating independently. Today the company is best recognized for its ships Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.

Cunard-White Star Cruises Travel Poster (c. 1936)The British shipping company, White Star Line, is most known for its cutting edge vessel Oceanic of 1870, the disastrous RMS Titanic, and the World War I loss of the ship Britannic. In 1934, the company merged with its chief rival the Cunard Line. Cunard-White Star Line, Ltd. existed until 1950, when Cunard began operating independently. Today the company is best recognized for its ships Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.

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