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ORIENTAL PEARL/JADE: 1945 - American ex-pats

Product Description
Orient Overseas Line: A collection of three items relating to the ORIENTAL JADE and ORIENTAL PEARL, better known by their original American Export names, EXCALIBUR and EXETER.
 
A fold-out (15" by 18") brochure shows in color the 1945 Henry Dreyfus designed interiors with an Asian overlay of gold and red. Photos show two views of the Lounge, plus the Dining Room, Smoking Room, Cocktail Lounge, Bar, Main Foyer, Swimming Pool, and six spacious cabins. Three decks' worth of color-coded plans are lifted directly from American Export.
 
A sailing schedule and fares brochure from April 1972 show that these hard working ships continually circled the Pacific from the North American West Coast to Japan and Hong Kong. Sailing on these aging vessels was not cheap as the least expensive one-way fare was $1,392, provided you had a cabinmate.
 
The final item is an unused postcard which shows off the JADE/PEARL's handsome lines.
 
In early 1974 both ships were sold to wreckers and scrapped in Taiwan.
 
All three items are in mint condition.
$18.50
Maximum quantity available reached.