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QUEEN MARY: 1936 - "The Ship of Beautiful Woods"

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Cunard Line:  "R.M.S. QUEEN MARY: The Ship of Beautiful Woods" - the prized booklet from the time of her maiden voyage.  Written by prolific British author H.T.W. Bousfield, the text provides a walking tour around the ship highlighting the fifty-six veneers from around the Empire. 

Embossed on the cover is a representation of one of the fourteen applied carvings from the First Class Restaurant.  The work of Bainbridge Copnall, the carvings represent the history of shipbuilding, in this case Egyptian.  There are photos of artworks including color photos of the marquetry panels in special staterooms M-76 and M-47.  In the back is a listing of the major types of wood used - everything from acero and angelim to yew and zebrano.  The brochure finishes up with a 3 page summary of the woods used in the major public rooms.  

A long-ago owner, Oscar Faurett, stamped his name on the cover and the title page.

Excellent condition with light cover soiling.

$95.00
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