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MAURETANIA: 1939 - Deluxe interiors brochure 1939

Product Description

Cunard Line:  A deluxe, twenty-eight page intro brochure from mid-1939 for the MAURETANIA (II).  The brochure had limited distribution since the ship only took a few voyages before the start of WW2.

Like the similar interiors brochure created for big sister QUEEN MARY, this booklet is lavishly decorated on each page with gold foil trim.  Full page photos (some in color) show public rooms, cabins, and artwork.  In front is a fold-out color portrait by Frank Mason of the ship outboard from London.  Images from Cabin Class (renamed First Class after the war) show a plush stateroom, Restaurant, Lounge, Smoking Room, Grand Hall, and Observation Lounge.  Tourist Class (later Cabin Class) views include the Dining Saloon, Smoking Room, and Lounge.  Third Class (known after the war as Tourist Class) has two photos - a comfy cabin and the Lounge.  Color artwork photos show a Walter Gilbert silver-bronze relief in the Cabin Smoking Room, the big Walter Gilbert map of the North Atlantic (complete with a moving ship) in the Cabin Foyer on A Deck, Charles Pears' landscape painting from Promenade Deck, "The Tower of London" painting by H. Davis Richter which hung in the Tourist Class Dining Saloon, a bronze figure from the Cabin Class Lounge symbolizing "The Spirit of the Atlantic" by Barney Seale, and decorative circus panels by Winifred Humphreys from the Cabin Class Children's Playroom.

Very good condition.

$150.00
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