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A brass sign from the late 1920s for a ship that sailed just one voyage before being handed back to its builder as a flop.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eThe 10\" by 15.5\" sign was made for long-time Spanish shipping agents in New York, Garcia \u0026amp; Diaz. At top is portrait of the SUD AMERICANO bracketed by an art nouveau design of serpents, sea shells, foliage, anchors, and a Viking ship logo combined with the owners' G \u0026amp; D initials. Down the left side are the service routes and down the right are agents from Havana to Buenos Aires. Along the bottom is address of Garcia \u0026amp; Diaz's headquarters, the famous shipping office building at 17 Battery Place in New York. The center section would have held removeable sailing schedules and other ship information.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eBack to that ship. Linea Sud Americana was a subsidiary of Norway's Ivaran Lines. They contracted in 1927 with the German shipyard Deutsche Werks to build a large combo liner, SUD AMERICANO, the ship featured on this sign. But during her 1929 maiden voyage the engines proved troublesome and the liner was too slow. Linea Sud Americana turned her back to the shipyard where she was eventually sold to another company. This sign would have been made around the time of the 1929 maiden voyage and probably quickly replaced.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eGood condition with light wear."}

SUD AMERICANO: 1929 - Brass Linea Sud Americana brass sign w/ portrait of flopped ship

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Linea Sud Americana - A brass sign from the late 1920s for a ship that sailed just one voyage before being handed back to its builder as a flop.

The 10" by 15.5" sign was made for long-time Spanish shipping agents in New York, Garcia & Diaz. At top is portrait of the SUD AMERICANO bracketed by an art nouveau design of serpents, sea shells, foliage, anchors, and a Viking ship logo combined with the owners' G & D initials. Down the left side are the service routes and down the right are agents from Havana to Buenos Aires. Along the bottom is address of Garcia & Diaz's headquarters, the famous shipping office building at 17 Battery Place in New York. The center section would have held removeable sailing schedules and other ship information.

Back to that ship. Linea Sud Americana was a subsidiary of Norway's Ivaran Lines. They contracted in 1927 with the German shipyard Deutsche Werks to build a large combo liner, SUD AMERICANO, the ship featured on this sign. But during her 1929 maiden voyage the engines proved troublesome and the liner was too slow. Linea Sud Americana turned her back to the shipyard where she was eventually sold to another company. This sign would have been made around the time of the 1929 maiden voyage and probably quickly replaced.

Good condition with light wear.
$250.00
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