White Star Liner Brochures to be auctioned at Spink

Encyclopedia Titanica

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At auction in London 9 July 2019:

A first and second class brochure in near perfect condition and in a separate lot, a scarcer third class brochure.

Lot 2110:

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1912 "White Star Line Olympic and Titanic" publicity brochure with tag line "Each 45,000 Tons" "The Largest Vessels in the World". Beautifully produced, bound with red silk tied in a bow and including sixteen full colour plates showing illustrations of:

Dining Saloon, Reception Room, Reading and Writing Room, Smoke Room, Restaurant, Main Staircase, Veranda Café, Turkish Bath, Cooling Room, Swimming Bath, Deck State Room, Single Berth State Room, Sitting Room of Parlour Suite, Second Class Dining Saloon, Second Class Library, Second Class State Room and Second Class Promenade Deck.

A remarkable artefact providing insight into the interiors of the RMS Olympic and Titanic in wonderful detail.

Rare and particularly fine

Lot 2111:

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1912 "White Star Line Olympic and Titanic" publicity brochure with tag line "The Largest Vessels in the World". Beautifully produced, including five full colour plates showing illustrations of:

A Third Class Dining Room, The Third Class General Room, A Third Class Two-Berth Cabin, The Third Class Smoke Room and A Third Class Four-Berth Cabin.

With further black and white photographs illustrating the preparation of the SS Olympic with explanatory notes:

Underneath View During Construction, After Shaft Brackets Being Weighed, Launch of "Olympic," October 20th, 1910, Putting in the Boilers, In Belfast Dry Dock, April 1st, 1911, The Rudder, Weighing 101½ Tons, An Anchor Weighing 15½ Tons

A remarkable artefact providing insight into the third class interiors of the RMS Olympic and Titanic in wonderful detail. Very rare with some folds and minor soiling, otherwise fine.

For further information contact Thomas Fell or visit Spink & Son



Both estimated £4,000 – 5,000
 

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