White Star Line Cruises Homeric Memorabilia Collection

White Star Line Cruises Homeric Memorabilia Collection

White Star Line Cruises Homeric Memorabilia Collection

Items include: 2 Homeric Summer Cruise Entertainment Programes (Both dated 1934) Homeric Passenger List (16th June 1934) Homeric Passenger List (15th June 1935) Homeric Dinner Menu (Friday June 28 1935) An A4 piece of folder paper from the Homeric featuring a map in the top left corner. S Homeric ashtray Ocean Times from the S. Baltic (November 29th 1923) S. "Laconia" British Legion Ball menu featuring autographs (Wednesday April 22nd 1936) Rules For Deck Games. In 1934 the line merged with its chief rival, Cunard Line, which operated as a separate entity until 2005 and is now part of Carnival Corporation & PLC.

RMS Laconia was a Cunard ocean liner built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, launched on 27 July 1911, delivered to the Cunard Line on 12 December 1911, and began service on 20 January 1912. On the outbreak of World War I Laconia was converted into an armed merchant cruiser in 1914 and based at Simon's Town, South Africa in the South Atlantic, from which she patrolled the South Atlantic and Indian Ocean until April 1915. She was handed back to Cunard in July 1916 and on 9 September resumed service. On 25 February 1917 she was torpedoed by the German U-50 six miles (11 km) northwest by west of Fastnet while returning from the United States to England with 75 passengers (34 first class and 41 second class) and a crew of 217 under the command of Captain Irvine.

S Homeric RMS Homeric, originally launched as Columbus, was built for Norddeutscher Lloyd and launched in 1913 at the F. Columbus was ceded to Great Britain in 1919 as part of German war reparations. RMS Baltic RMS Baltic was an ocean liner of the White Star Line that sailed between 1904 and 1933. She was the third of a quartet of ships, all measuring over 20,000 gross tons, dubbed The Big Four (the other three being RMS Celtic, Cedric, and Adriatic).

She was launched on 21 November 1903 by Harland and Wolff at Belfast and sailed from Liverpool on her maiden voyage to New York on 29 June 1904 with Captain Edward Smith in command. On 23 January 1909 commanded by J.

Ranson she rescued survivors of the collision in fog between the White Star Line's RMS Republic and the SS Florida off the north eastern coast of the U. On 14 April 1912, the Baltic sent an ice warning message to the RMS Titanic. Both Homeric Summer Cruise Entertainment Programes measure 5 Inches (13cm) in length by 8 Inches (20cm) in height. The Homeric Passenger List (1934) measures 5.5 Inches (14cm) in length by 8.5 Inches (21.5cm) in height.

The Homeric Passenger List (1935) measures 5 Inches (13cm) in length by 7.8 Inches (19.5cm) in height. The Homeric Dinner Menu measures 7 Inches (18cm) in length by 9 Inches (23cm) in height. The A4 piece of folder paper measures 8 Inches (20cm) in length by 10.2 Inches (26cm) in height. S Homeric ashtray measures The Ocean Times measures 8 Inches (20cm) in length by 11 inches (28cm) in height.

"Laconia" British Legion Ball menu measures 6.5 Inches (16.5cm) in length by 9 Inches (23cm) in height. The rules For Deck Games leaflet measures 5 inches (13cm) in length by 8 Inches (20cm) in height.

Please see images for further condition.. The item "White Star Line Cruises Homeric Memorabilia Collection" is in sale since Sunday, July 31, 2011. This item is in the category "Collectables\Transportation Collectables\Nautical\Ocean Liners/ Cruise Ships\Titanic/ White Star Line".

The seller is "theantiquesstorehouse" and is located in Portsmouth, Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.


White Star Line Cruises Homeric Memorabilia Collection