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QUEEN MARY: 1936 - Cabin safety sign w/ red arrow

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Cunard Line:  As found on the back of cabin doors throughout the QUEEN MARY, an 8” by 12” safety sign in Plexiglas. 

The sign shows passengers how to put on life jackets and assigns them a muster location on Promenade Deck.  The occupants from this unnamed stateroom were to follow the red arrows pointing the way.  The number of the lifeboat station has been scratched off.  Perhaps Cunard changed the location.  I love the typically English wording.  Whereas American safety signs might says cooperation is “required under law”, the Brits word it as “the cooperation of passengers is requested in the interests of good discipline.”  Jolly well! 

Also included is one of the 9" long, Plexiglas red arrows used onboard to show the way to safety.

Very good condition with light scrapes to the Plexiglas.
$350.00
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