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Letterheads from steamships or the steamship lines of long past for letters never written nor sent.

S.S. Leviathan, United States Lines (1923--1934)

Letterhead - S.S. Leviathan, United States Lines (c1925)Envelope - S.S. Leviathan, United States Lines (c1925)

Unused Stationery and Envelopes. Stationery has small holes and was folded in half at one point. Envelopes (2) are stuck together.

SS Leviathan, originally built as the Vaterland, was an ocean liner which regularly crossed the North Atlantic from 1911 to 1934. The second of three sister ships built for Germany's Hamburg America Line for their transatlantic passenger service, she sailed as the Vaterland for less than a year before her early career was halted by the start of World War I. In 1917, she was seized by the U.S. government and renamed Leviathan. She would become known by this name for the majority of her career, both as a troopship during World War I and later as the flagship of the United States Lines.

Condition: Poor

Price: $10 ( )

R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line (1939–1968)

5x7 Letterhead - R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line (1939–1968)

Unused Sheet of Fine Stationery (approx. 5x7)

RMS Queen Elizabeth was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line. With her running mate Queen Mary, she provided luxury liner service between Southampton, the United Kingdom, and New York City, the United States, via Cherbourg, France. She was also contracted for over twenty years to carry the Royal Mail as the second half of the two ships' weekly express service.

Condition: VG

Price: $20 ( )

R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line (1939–1968)

6.5 x 10 Letterhead - R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line (1939–1968)

Unused Sheet of Fine Stationery (approx. 6.5x10)

Condition: VG

Price: $20 ( )

Hamburg-Amerika Linie Generic Stationery (1900s)

Letterhead

Unused sheet of generic letterhead stationery of the Hamburg American Line Folded in half length-wise.

Condition: VG

Price: $20 ( )

S.S. Albertic, White Star Line (1927-1930)

Letterhead - S.S. Albertic, White Star Line (1927-1930)

Unused sheet of Letterhead Stationery, approx. 5x8 folded lenghtwize (10x8 sheet of paper)

As a White Star Line ship she served on the trans-Atlantic service between Britain and Canada from April 1927 until August 1930, when she was laid up in the River Clyde.

Condition: Fair to Poor

Price: $10 ( )

Red Star Line, Antwerpen Unused Letterhead Envelope (1924)

Red Star Line, Antwerpen Unused Letterhead Envelope (1924)

Approx. 5.7 x 4.3 inches

Condition: VG

Price: $20 ( )

M.V. Georgic of the White Star Line (1932-1941, 1945-1956)

Letterhead - M.V. Georgic of the White Star Line (1932-1941, 1945-1956)

Envelope - M.V. Georgic of the White Star Line (1932-1941, 1945-1956)

Unused sheets of Letterhead (2) approx 5.2x7" and Envelope (1) Approx 5.4 x 4.3". Envelope is sealed.

Built at Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, the MV Georgic was the last ship built for the White Star Line before its merger with the Cunard Line. She was the running mate of Britannic. Like Britannic, Georgic was a motorship, and not a steamer, fitted with a diesel electric powerplant.

Condition: Good (Acceptable)

Price: $25 ( )

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