29 July 2004
Property from the Collection of Wayne LaPoe
This lot is offered without a reserve
R.M.S. Queen Mary; three posters, three tins, three medallions, a teapot and creamer, a badge, a purse, an ashtray, a door knob, and a model
the three posters relating to the arrival of the ship at Long Beach, Calif., a door knob removed from the ship, two Benson's candy tins and another Cunard tin, a souvenir "cube" tea pot and creamer, a souvenir ashtray for the ship's arrival at Long Beach, a purse in the form of a sailor's hat, a medallion for the ship in Long Beach, a 60th anniversary medallion, a badge for the ship at Long Beach, and a "Take To Pieces" model in the original box.
25 x 38 in. (63.5 x 96.5 cm.) and smaller (16)
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