{"id":11631826180,"title":"QM\/ QE\u003cbr\u003e16 items from 1964 \u0026 65","handle":"qm-qe-br-16-items-from-1964-65","description":"Cunard Line: Sixteen items saved by a young Bill Flayhart, latter to become a noted ship historian, during crossings to Europe on the QUEENS in 1964 and 1965.\r\n\r\nCollege-aged Bill departed New York on September 23, 1964, on the QUEEN ELIZABETH. According to his saved baggage label he was booked into Tourist Class stateroom C-92. He kindly saved a Tourist Class deck plan that shows C-92 to be an outer cabin that he probably shared with three strangers. At least it had a private bath. Also saved are menus from September 24 and 27, a twelve-page \"World's Wonder Ships\" brochure, an aerial postcard of the LIZZIE inbound to New York, a larger outbound postcard with decks marked off in ink, and an original 3.5\" by 3.5\" snapshot of the QE departing on his very voyage.\r\n\r\nBill sailed Tourist Class back to Southampton on June 30, 1965, this time on the QUEEN MARY. He saved two baggage tags for us marked with his cabin, C-23. He also saved two, 15\" long, safe deposit box envelopes, each bearing his signature and cabin number. Perhaps purchased in the gift shop was an 11\" long postcard of the MARY. A log abstract shows passage in just 4 days and 15 hours at an average speed of 28.23 knots. Menus from June 30 and July 1 show appetizing choices.\r\n\r\nThis collection is in very good to excellent condition.\r\n\r\n","published_at":"2017-08-02T13:09:20-04:00","created_at":"2017-08-02T13:09:20-04:00","vendor":"Nautiques","type":"- Brochures and Paper","tags":["- Brochures and Paper","- Log Abstracts","- Menus","Cunard"],"price":3500,"price_min":3500,"price_max":3500,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":null,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":47533344196,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"12124","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":null,"available":true,"name":"QM\/ QE\u003cbr\u003e16 items from 1964 \u0026 65","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":3500,"weight":113,"compare_at_price":null,"inventory_quantity":1,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":""}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2236\/1411\/products\/qm-qe_16_items.jpg?v=1503506990"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2236\/1411\/products\/qm-qe_16_items.jpg?v=1503506990","options":["Title"],"content":"Cunard Line: Sixteen items saved by a young Bill Flayhart, latter to become a noted ship historian, during crossings to Europe on the QUEENS in 1964 and 1965.\r\n\r\nCollege-aged Bill departed New York on September 23, 1964, on the QUEEN ELIZABETH. According to his saved baggage label he was booked into Tourist Class stateroom C-92. He kindly saved a Tourist Class deck plan that shows C-92 to be an outer cabin that he probably shared with three strangers. At least it had a private bath. Also saved are menus from September 24 and 27, a twelve-page \"World's Wonder Ships\" brochure, an aerial postcard of the LIZZIE inbound to New York, a larger outbound postcard with decks marked off in ink, and an original 3.5\" by 3.5\" snapshot of the QE departing on his very voyage.\r\n\r\nBill sailed Tourist Class back to Southampton on June 30, 1965, this time on the QUEEN MARY. He saved two baggage tags for us marked with his cabin, C-23. He also saved two, 15\" long, safe deposit box envelopes, each bearing his signature and cabin number. Perhaps purchased in the gift shop was an 11\" long postcard of the MARY. A log abstract shows passage in just 4 days and 15 hours at an average speed of 28.23 knots. Menus from June 30 and July 1 show appetizing choices.\r\n\r\nThis collection is in very good to excellent condition.\r\n\r\n"}

QM/ QE<br>16 items from 1964 & 65

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Cunard Line: Sixteen items saved by a young Bill Flayhart, latter to become a noted ship historian, during crossings to Europe on the QUEENS in 1964 and 1965. College-aged Bill departed New York on September 23, 1964, on the QUEEN ELIZABETH. According to his saved baggage label he was booked into Tourist Class stateroom C-92. He kindly saved a Tourist Class deck plan that shows C-92 to be an outer cabin that he probably shared with three strangers. At least it had a private bath. Also saved are menus from September 24 and 27, a twelve-page "World's Wonder Ships" brochure, an aerial postcard of the LIZZIE inbound to New York, a larger outbound postcard with decks marked off in ink, and an original 3.5" by 3.5" snapshot of the QE departing on his very voyage. Bill sailed Tourist Class back to Southampton on June 30, 1965, this time on the QUEEN MARY. He saved two baggage tags for us marked with his cabin, C-23. He also saved two, 15" long, safe deposit box envelopes, each bearing his signature and cabin number. Perhaps purchased in the gift shop was an 11" long postcard of the MARY. A log abstract shows passage in just 4 days and 15 hours at an average speed of 28.23 knots. Menus from June 30 and July 1 show appetizing choices. This collection is in very good to excellent condition.
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