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NORMANDIE: 1935 - 2 photos - maiden arrival & wreckage departure

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French Line:  Two framed photographs showing first and last - the maiden arrival and final departure from New York of the NORMANDIE. 

What excitement is shown in photo one as the massive ship edges around Pier 57.  The lovely NORMANDIE had just won the Blue Riband.  I am not sure if the photo is an original or reprint.  12” by 15”. 

What tragedy is shown in photo two, an original news image stamped on the back November 21, 1943.  The NORMANDIE had just been righted after eighteen months stuck on her side in Hudson River mud.  Salvage crew wave from the stern while visible beneath them are the porthole plugs they worked so hard to install.  But look at that graceful bevel edge and gentle curve of the stern.  Even in defeat the ship still looks magnificent.  13” by 17”. 

Excellent condition.

 

$175.00
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