12 - 13 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
English School, circa 1901
Text, plan and elevation of the S.S. Brandenburg; and Plan of the midship section of S.S. Brandenburg
inscribed respectively 'S.S.BRANDENBURG/SCALE 1/8 = ONE FOOT' (lower right) and 'MIDSHIP SECTION OF S.S.BRANDENBURG' (upper centre), both numbered 'No 12' and both extensively inscribed and annotated with scale
pencil, pen and black and red ink and watercolour
44¾ x 25½ in. (113.4 x 64.8 cm.); and 23¼ x 16¾ (59.7 x 42.6 cm.) (2)
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The SS Brandenburg was built in 1902 for the German Lloyd Lines of Bremen by Vulkan in Vegesack. She was launched on 21 December 1901, and sailed her maiden voyage to New York on 22 March 1902.
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