[MENU] [MILITARY HISTORY] Vintage R.M.S. Carinthia - Luncheon Menu

[MENU] [MILITARY HISTORY] Vintage R.M.S. Carinthia - Luncheon Menu

England: Cunard White Star Lines, 1938. Cardboard covers. 24.5 X 18 cm. RMS Carinthia plied the Atlantic on the Liverpool-Boston-New York route, and was noted for her comfortable accommodation in 3rd class. In August 1939, she was converted into an armed merchant cruiser, retaining the name Carinthia. On June 6th, 1940, the Carinthia, on a northern patrol, was torpedoed off the coast of Ireland. The badly damaged ship remained afloat for 36 hours before she sank during the evening of June 7th. Some menu items include; Pickled Lamb's Tongues, Sardines in Oil, Jellied Beef Essence, Baked Red Snapper, Chicken a la King, Mutton Chop, Buttered Beetroot, and Gooseberry Pie. Illustrated cards. Very good. Item #609

Price: $10.00