Rare lithograph poster promoting a Mediterranean cruise. Printed by Graf. Bobes
Ernest René Bouvard (Paris,1910 - L e Perreux-sur-Marne, 2008) est un graphiste, illustrateur et affichiste français. Bibliografia: "La mer s'affiche", p. 26
RHMS Queen Frederica:On December 23, 1954 the Atlantic was transferred to the recently formed “National Hellenic American Line,” being another subsidiary of Home Lines and she was renamed SS Vasilissa Friederiki, being Greek for Queen Frederica. However, only the English version of the name was ever used on her bow; however the Greek lettering did...
El ANDES e incorporó al servicio de Southampton – Buenos Aires el 8 de octubre de 1948 y fue desguazado en 1958, dado tiempos cambiantes en la Argentina además de una competencia severa del transporte aéreo y la próxima incorporación de tres buques nuevos a Royal Mail
Independenceentered service on February 11th, 1951, sailing from New York to Gibraltar, Naples and Genoa. Sistership Constitution followed in June of the same year.
DFDS is Northern Europe's largest shipping and logistics company. The company's name is an abbreviation of Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selskab (literally The United Steamship Company). DFDS was founded in 1866, when
Built by Permanente Metals Corp. (Shipbuilding Division), No.2 Yard, Richmond, Calif. | ex- Frank H. Evers standard ship type Liberty EC2-S-C1 built for United States Maritime Commission, 1947 purchased renamed Enrico C, 1963 sold to Marherencia Cia Nav SA, Panama, 1967 scrapped Taiwan.
KONINKLIJKE NEDERLANSCHE STOOMBOOT MAATSCHAPPIJ ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP Co. CÍA. REAL HOLANDESA DE VAPORES
The Nieuw Amsterdam, otherwise known as the “Darling of the Dutch”, was the star of the Holland-America Line: it was one of the last luxury liners on the North Atlantic. The overhead view of this shows off acres of deckside space, that even includes a clay court!- Lithograph poster printed by Ensheden, linen backed,
Superb Art Déco poster advertising a company specialized in naval routes from Europe to Mediterranean and West Africa. Lithograph poster printed by Hachard
Travel poster commissioned by a French railway company (operating in the South of France) and a navigation company, promoting the natural attractions of the Balearic Islands. Lithograph poster printed by Chaix
RHMS Queen Frederica: On December 23, 1954 the Atlantic was transferred to the recently formed “National Hellenic American Line,” being another subsidiary of Home Lines and she was renamed SS Vasilissa Friederiki, being Greek for Queen Frederica. However, only the English version of the name was ever used on her bow; however the Greek lettering did...