SS Franconia 1934 Vintage Ship Menu Art Print, 16x20"

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Cool Culinaria Giclee Prints on 130lb Sunset Velvet Archival Art Paper. Printed in New York.
King Neptune looks a very mellow chap, with the waves happily lapping about his feet as he plays a saxophone. The Franconia was built for Cunard in the 1920s and sailed around the world and on the transatlantic route. Its accommodation was said to be top class – the first class smoking room was a replica of an English inn, complete with a working fireplace. Nightly entertainment was an important feature of any cruise, of course, and this dinner menu from 1934 shows the crew must have put on quite a show for guests.

Courtesy Estate of Herbert Beazley

Product Specifications

Manufactured By
Cool Culinaria  
Sold By
Cool Culinaria  
Width
16" 
Depth
0.1" 
Height
20" 
Size
16x20" 
Shipping Weight
20oz. 
Materials
Archival Art Paper 
Designer
Cool Culinaria 
Category
Prints And Posters  
Style
Contemporary 
Ready to ship to the Continental U.S. in 2 - 5 days.

Product Description

Cool Culinaria Giclee Prints on 130lb Sunset Velvet Archival Art Paper. Printed in New York.
King Neptune looks a very mellow chap, with the waves happily lapping about his feet as he plays a saxophone. The Franconia was built for Cunard in the 1920s and sailed around the world and on the transatlantic route. Its accommodation was said to be top class – the first class smoking room was a replica of an English inn, complete with a working fireplace. Nightly entertainment was an important feature of any cruise, of course, and this dinner menu from 1934 shows the crew must have put on quite a show for guests.

Courtesy Estate of Herbert Beazley

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