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AQUITANIA: 1914 - Famed cutaway brochure 1920s

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 Cunard Line: One of the most desirable of all Cunard brochures - the mid-1920s fold-out cutaway of the RMS AQUITANIA.

The thick stock covers look like any other brochure, and the initial view inside are Odin Rosenvinge paintings of the fleet. But these pages unfold to reveal a 48" long (!!!) cutaway. Wow.

Ninety-six areas are marked off, from the elegant First Class public rooms to the mechanical equipment deep in the hull. The colors are vibrant and details exquisite. You could (and will) spend hours studying this cutaway.

This same cutaway was printed around 1914. There is obvious difference, although it took me awhile to figure it out. The large coal furnaces and coal storage bins from 1914 have been replaced with oil burners and oil storage tanks.

Excellent condition with light cover wear.

$225.00
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