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OCEANIA: 1933 - Maiden year Cosulich Line plan over-stamped w/ "Italia"

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Cosulich Line - A 26" by 32" tissue deck plan dated June 1933 for the new OCEANIA. The ship had just been completed and entered Trieste-La Plata service in September.

Five decks are shown in detail covering both classes - Cabin and Third. A starboard profile at top shows off handsome motorship lines, the work of renowned Italian designer Nicolo Costanzi. Note the over-stamp of "Italia" overtop Cosulich Line. In 1932 the major Italian passenger lines were combined into one state-supported company, the Italian Line.

OCEANIA and sister NEPTUNIA were hits on their South American routes. Tragically, both ships were sunk within hours of each other while on troopship duty in 1941.

Good condition with rips and tears at top and bottom.
$95.00
Maximum quantity available reached.