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NORMANDIE: 1935<br>Launch L'Illustration

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French Line: The famous NORMANDIE launch issue of "L'Illustration" dated November 5, 1932 with a photo of the splashdown gracing the cover. A three-page article about the launch begins with the ship on the ways along with the caption (in French) "The Biggest Steamship in the World". Seven b&w photos show the NORMANDIE both pre and post launch. Those beautiful lines show through, even with the liner was only partially completed. There is much more that is interesting in this sixty-four page issue - articles about the American presidential election, opening up historic vistas in Rome, a famous chateau, and revisiting WW1 battlegrounds. There is a full page of photos showing new chairs, each embroidered with the seal of a different government department. Similar chairs with a floral pattern would become popular fixtures on the NORMANDIE and for collectors generations later. My favorite part are the ads for French luxury products. The graphics are bold a la Cassandra, and everything from silverware to hats are advertised. Good condition with light soiling to the cover.
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