Item #3484 [MENU] Cunard Line; R.M.S. Franconia

[MENU] Cunard Line; R.M.S. Franconia

1931. Wraps. 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in. Two Vintage Luncheon Menu. The R.M.S. Franconia was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line from 1922 to 1956. She was second of three liners named Franconia which served the Cunard Line, the others being RMS Franconia built in 1910 and the third Franconia in 1963. The R.M.S. Franconia was built by John Brown & Co. in Clydebank, Scotland. Her maiden voyage was between Liverpool and New York until World War II. She was then used on world cruises. In 1939 she was requisitioned as a troop ship. Some items on the menu include; Pickled Lamb's Tongue, Norwegian Anchovies, Philadelphia Squab, Roast Duckling, and Iced Coffee. Small chips to cover. Lightly soiled. Illustrated paper wraps. Good. Item #3484

Price: $10.00

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