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Although undated, the English-language brochure is from circa 1929.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eBeyond the deeply embossed cover are elegant thick-stock pages. Other than a short introduction, the brochure features richly colored interior renderings from First Class. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eCHRISTIAAN HUTGENS views show the Verandah, a cabin de luxe, Reading Room, Nursery, and the Second Class Smoking Room.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003ePIETER CORNELISZOON HOOFT images show the Promenade Deck, Dining Saloon, Social Hall, Smoking Room, Gift Shop, and the Second Class Dining Saloon. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eNederland's two older liners also are included. From the JAN PIETERSZOON COEN comes the First Class Dining Saloon, Social Hall, and a double cabin. For the JOHAN DE WITT - First Class Smoking Room and the Staircase.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eOnly one of these liners survived into the 1950s. PIETER CORNEKISZOON HOOFT was destroyed by fire in 1932, JAN PIETERSZOON COEN was sunk in Holland in 1940 as a blockage ship, and CHRISTIAAN HUTGENS struck a rouge mine in August 1945. Only JOHAN DE WITT sailed on. In 1948 she went to the Greek Line to become their NEPTUNIA. In 1957 she hit a rock at Cobh and was declared a total loss. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eVery good condition with light soiling and wear to the cover."}

Various: pre-war - Nederland Line/Royal Dutch Mail prestige interiors brochure c. 1929

Product Description
Nederland Line/Royal Dutch Mail - A forty-four page prestige brochure showcasing the interiors of CHRISTIAAN HUYGENS and PIETER CORNELISZOON HOOFT. Although undated, the English-language brochure is from circa 1929.

Beyond the deeply embossed cover are elegant thick-stock pages. Other than a short introduction, the brochure features richly colored interior renderings from First Class.

CHRISTIAAN HUTGENS views show the Verandah, a cabin de luxe, Reading Room, Nursery, and the Second Class Smoking Room.

PIETER CORNELISZOON HOOFT images show the Promenade Deck, Dining Saloon, Social Hall, Smoking Room, Gift Shop, and the Second Class Dining Saloon.

Nederland's two older liners also are included. From the JAN PIETERSZOON COEN comes the First Class Dining Saloon, Social Hall, and a double cabin. For the JOHAN DE WITT - First Class Smoking Room and the Staircase.

Only one of these liners survived into the 1950s. PIETER CORNEKISZOON HOOFT was destroyed by fire in 1932, JAN PIETERSZOON COEN was sunk in Holland in 1940 as a blockage ship, and CHRISTIAAN HUTGENS struck a rouge mine in August 1945. Only JOHAN DE WITT sailed on. In 1948 she went to the Greek Line to become their NEPTUNIA. In 1957 she hit a rock at Cobh and was declared a total loss.

Very good condition with light soiling and wear to the cover.
$150.00
Maximum quantity available reached.