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QE2: 1969 - Irish linen tea towel w/ portrait

Product Description

Cunard Line: A souvenir Irish linen tea towel featuring a colorful portrait of the QE2.

The 19" by 28" towel is from the late 1980s or 1990s and shows the ship with her funnel finally sporting Cunard Orange.

But if the portrait looks familiar, it is because the image is a slightly updated version from the 1970s tea towel. The funnel has been changed and there is a hint of penthouses up top, but what are all those windows doing in the superstructure? They fronted the Look-Out Bar, a lipstick red public room that was replaced by a galley in the 1972 retrofit. The windows were plated over and a bulging cooler was grafted on, about as attractive as a teenager with a pimple. No wonder they didn't show it on this portrait!

Excellent condition.

$18.50
Maximum quantity available reached.