MARINE ENGINEERING
DECK PLANS

 

ITEM # SGMEDP-1
LONGITUDINAL ELEVATION & DECK PLANS
"CUNARD LINE STEAMER SCYTHIA"

 


A two page set of deck plans of the 20,000 ton Cunard Liner Scythia
published by
Marine Engineering & Shipping
November 1921
Made directly from the plans of the ship builder
John Brown & Co, Clydebank, Scotland
Each page measures
14 1/2" L x 11 1/4" H
Printed on nicely aged rice paper & in excellent condition
for its age.
"SOLD"

ITEM# SGMEDP-2
LONGITUDINAL ELEVATION & DECK PLANS
"CARGO STEAMER CITY OF PERKIN"

A two page set of deck plans of the
REFRIGERATOR & CARGO STEAMER CITY OF PERKIN
a ship of the Ellerman lines, built by
Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co, Ltd
Hebburn, England
Dated September 1921
Each page measures
20" L x 11" H
Printed on nicely aged rice paper, in very good condition
for its age
99.00

ITEM# SGMEDP-3
LONGITUDINAL ELEVATION & DECK PLANS
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMERS
"KOREA & SIBERIA"

A single page deck plan published by
Marine Engineering
for the
Pacific Mail Steamers
"KOREA & SIBERIA"
Built by the
"NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING & DRYDOCK CO."
The largest ships to be built in America to date.
Dated May 1902
Very nice old & aged rice paper, in excellent condition
for 105 years old!!!
Needs a beautiful frame to complete its beauty
21 1/2" L x 11" H
"SOLD"

ITEM # SGMEDP-4
OCEAN FREIGHT STEAMER LONGITUDINAL & DECK PLANS
"MINNETONKA & MINNEWWASKA"

A single page deck plan published by Marine Engineering, for the steamers
"Minnetonka & Minnewaska"
built at the
Cleveland Ship Yards
of
The American Shipbuilding  Company
for
The American Navigation Company of New York
Dated March 1902
In excellent condition for its age with a slight tear at one fold,
on nicely aged rice paper, perfect for framing.
Now 105 years old!!!
20 1/4" L x 11" H
99.00

ITEM # SGMEDP-5
LONGITUDINAL PROFILE & DECK PLAN
"WINE STEAMERS NELLY LASRY & SIDNEY LASRY"

A single page deck plan published by
Marine Engineering
for the
Wine Steamers Nelly Lasry & Sidney Lasry
which were build for the
French Wine Trade
by
Burntisland Shipbuilding Company Ltd
Burntisland, Fife, Scotland
for the account of
Monsieur Joseph Lasry, Oran of Paris.
Dated May 1921
15" L x 11 1/2" H
In very good condition for its age, with one small corner L/S/Top missing

"SOLD"

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