Holland-America Line Collection - Paper - Second half 20th century

Holland-America Line Collection - Paper - Second half 20th century

The Holland-America Line (HAL, English: Holland America Line) is a cruise company and a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation & plc, the world's largest cruise company. The company is based in the American city of Seattle.
The Holland-America Line was originally a Dutch company that maintained a shipping connection between the Netherlands and the United States. The company had the port of Rotterdam as its home base. In 1989 the company was taken over by the American Carnival Corporation & plc.

The total Collection

1 Holland America line 1873-1923 100 pages 1923 (Dutch)
2 The New Statendam printed in the USA 30 pages 1920/30s (English)
3 Handbook for first cabin passengers 30 pages 1920s (English)
4 Rotterdam New York Booklet 1920/30s 32 pages (German)
5 Holland America line third class tourist booklet jun 1930 32 pages
6 Cabin plan M.s Bloemfontein
7 Advance accommodation Plan S.S Nieuw Amsterdam 1961 (English)
8 Nieuw Amsterdam Cabin Class Plan July 1938 (English)
9 New Amsterdam booklet 1926-1938 (Dutch)
10 Invitation with a photo of the ms Orange 2 May 1960
11 5 Menu cards Holland America 1955
12 Passage Contract and 4 international Certificate of Vaccinations with stamps 1950s
13 Holland America Line SS Nieuw Amsterdam 1st class only brass box 1930s

These Booklets will be packed with care and shipped with insurance and track&trace

Lot details
Holland-America Line Collection
Estimated Period
Second half 20th century
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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