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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). ARGENTINA (SUNNY SOUTH) AND BRAZIL. Circa 1910. 33x20 inches, 84x50 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) ARGENTINA (SUNNY SOUTH) AND BRAZIL. Circa 1910. 33 1/4x20 inches, 84 1/2x50 3/4 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition A. Rosenvinge was a prolific designer of posters for various shipping companies, including the Royal Line, Anchor Donaldson Line, Allan Line, Elder Dempster Line, Orient Line and the Union Castle Line (see lot 25), but his largest client was Cunard Line. His connection to the maritime world came through his primary employer in the shipping center of Liverpool, the printer Turner and Dunnett. He was also a prolific designer of maritime and liner postcards. Advertising here, the Nelson Line was founded in 1880 and began carrying passengers in 1910, a decision which was quickly followed by its merger with Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. in 1913. Here, the artist delivers one of his most allegorical images, advertising sailings to the River Plate in Argentina. With the Basilica of Notre Dame de Boulogne in the gray foreground, a vessel heads toward a woman pulling aside a gossamer curtain to reveal a warm and sunny South American vista. This is the German version.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CANADIAN PACIFIC / TO CANADA & U • S • A. Circa 1935. 40x25 inches, 101x63 cm.

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CANADIAN PACIFIC / TO CANADA & U • S • A. Circa 1935. 40x25 inches, 101 1/2x63 1/2 cm. Condition B+: creases and abrasions in margins and image. Paper. A two-funnel liner steaming out of Liverpool harbor with the Royal Liver Building in the background. Rosenvinge was a prolific designer of posters for various shipping companies, including Royal Line, Anchor Donaldson Line, Allan Line, Elder Dempster Line and Orient Line, but his largest client was Cunard. Not in Canadian Pacific.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). SOUTH & EAST AFRICA / UNION - CASTLE LINE. Circa 1930s. 39x25 inches, 101x63 cm.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) SOUTH & EAST AFRICA / UNION - CASTLE LINE. Circa 1930s. 39 3/4x25 inches, 101x63 1/2 cm. Condition B: tears, losses and staining in margins and image; creases along horizontal folds; tape on verso. Paper. The Union-Castle Line, operating between Europe and Africa, was formed by the merger of the Union Line and the Castle Shipping Line. Most of their ships contained the suffix "Castle" in their names. Although the name of this ship is indistinct, it appears to be the Carnarvon Castle, which was launched in 1926.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39x24 inches. Turner & Dunnett Lith

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39 3/4x24 3/4 inches. Turner & Dunnett Lithos, Liverpool. Condition A-: unobtrusive vertical and horizontal folds; minor restoration at edges. An extremely rare and beautiful poster advertising transatlantic travel on the legendary Lusitania. Although the ship's name does not appear on the bow of the vessel illustrated, we know it is the Lusitania both by her profile (with her signature four smokestacks) and, more importantly, the white stripe along the top edge of her bow. Her sister ship the Mauretania, which looked practically identical, did not have the band of white above the black hull. This poster, however, predates the Lusitania's maiden voyage (September 7, 1907), as she was never in regular service with this white stripe in place. The top of her bow was only painted white for her trials. This poster is exceptional, not only as one of a very few posters for the Lusitania, but also as a wonderful, artistic and evocative nocturnal seascape, in which a searchlight dramatically slices diagonally through the sky, prominently intersecting the diagonal hull of the ship. A fast and elegant ship, the vessel entered into popular culture and immortality when she was sunk by German torpedoes on May 7, 1915, an horrific event which helped precipitate the United States's entry in World War I.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD / AQUITANIA. 1914. 39x25 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London.

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD / AQUITANIA. 1914. 39 3/4x25 inches, 101x63 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London. Condition B+ / B: repaired tears, restoration and overpainting in margins; minor restoration along vertical and horizontal folds. The Aquitania was the last of the four-funneled ocean liners. She took her maiden voyage in May of 1914. Although closely resembling Cunard's Lusitania and Mauretania, the Aquitania was not officially a sister ship to the other two. Where the first two were built for speed, the Aquitania was designed to help the Cunard line rival the White Star Line for luxury. This poster is from a very short period after the ship was launched in May until August of the same year, when she was requisitioned by the British government to be used in the First World War. During her less than 70 days in civilian service, she made the transatlantic run between Britain and New York three times. Weallans p. 60.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL • NEW YORK • BOSTON / [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39x24 inches, 100x62 cm. Turner & D

Estimate: $7,000 - $10,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL • NEW YORK • BOSTON / [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39 1/2x24 1/2 inches, 100 1/4x62 1/4 cm. Turner & Dunnett Lithos., Liverpool. Condition B+ / A-: minor restored losses in corners and margins; minor repaired tears and restoration in margins and along vertical and horizontal folds. A scarce/span and beautiful poster advertising transatlantic travel on the legendary Lusitania. Although the ship's name does not appear on the bow of the vessel illustrated, we know it is the Lusitania both by her profile (with her signature four smokestacks) and, more importantly, the white stripe along the top edge of her bow. Her sister ship the Mauretania, which looked practically identical, did not have the band of white above the black hull. This poster, however, predates the Lusitania's maiden voyage (September 7, 1907), as she was never in regular service with this white strip in place; the top of her bow was only painted white for her trials. This poster is exceptional, not only as one of a very few posters for the Lusitania, but also as a wonderful, artistic and evocative nocturnal seascape, in which a searchlight dramatically slices diagonally through the sky, prominently intersecting the diagonal hull of the ship. A fast and elegant ship, the vessel entered into popular culture and immortality when she was sunk by German torpedoes on May 7, 1915, a horrific event which helped precipitate the United States' entry in World War I.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / [AQUITANIA.] 30x40 inches, 77x101 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / [AQUITANIA.] 30 1/4x40 inches, 77x101 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B: replaced and airbrushed margins; abrasions in image.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39x24 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Lithos., Liverpool.

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / [LUSITANIA.] Circa 1907. 39 3/4x24 3/4 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Lithos., Liverpool. Condition B / B+: repaired tears, creases and restoration in margins and image; restored losses at edges and corners; restoration along vertical and horizontal folds. An extremely rare and beautiful poster advertising transatlantic travel on the legendary Lusitania. Although the ship's name does not appear on the bow of the vessel illustrated, we know it is the Lusitania both by her profile (with her signature four smokestacks) and, more importantly, the white stripe along the top edge of her bow. Her sister ship the Mauretania, which looked practically identical, did not have the band of white above the black hull. This poster, however, predates the Lusitania's maiden voyage (September 7, 1907), as she was never in regular service with this white strip in place. The top of her bow was only painted white for her trials. This poster is exceptional, not only as one of a very few posters for the Lusitania, but also as a wonderful, artistic and evocative nocturnal seascape, in which a searchlight dramatically slices diagonally through the sky, prominently intersecting the diagonal hull of the ship. A fast and elegant ship, the vessel entered into popular culture and immortality when she was sunk by German torpedoes on May 7, 1915, an horrific event which helped precipitate the United States' entry in World War I.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). ELDER DEMPSTER LINES. Circa 1935. 30x39 inches, 76x99 cm.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) ELDER DEMPSTER LINES. Circa 1935. 30x39 inches, 76x99 cm. Condition B+: creases in margins and image; minor repaired tears at edges. Formed in 1932 by a merger of the African Steamship Company and the British and African Steam Navigation Company, the Elder Dempster Line served the routes between Britain and West Africa. It carried cargo as well as providing regularly scheduled passenger trips to Ghana and Nigeria.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CANADA / ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE. Circa 1920. 40x25 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Cunnett Ltd., Liverpool.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CANADA / ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE. Circa 1920. 40x25 inches, 101 1/2x63 1/2 cm. Turner & Cunnett Ltd., Liverpool. Condition A-: minor restoration at edges; restored loss in lower left corner; vertical and horizontal folds. Rosenvinge was a prolific designer of posters for various shipping companies, including Anchor Donaldson Line, Royal Line, Cunard, Allan Line, Elder Dempster Line and Orient Line.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). ALLAN LINE / TO AND FROM CANADA. 39x24 inches, 100x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) ALLAN LINE / TO AND FROM CANADA. 39 1/2x24 1/4 inches, 100 1/2x61 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition A: minor creases along horizontal fold. Framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON. Circa 1907. 40x25 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Live

Estimate: $6,000 - $9,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON. Circa 1907. 40x25 inches, 101 1/2x63 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B: losses at edges; repaired tears, creases and abrasions in image. A beautiful poster advertising transatlantic travel on the legendary Lusitania. In addition to her recognizable four-funneled profile, this ship is identifiable by the white stripe along the top edge of her bow. Her sister ship the Mauretania, which looked practically identical, did not have the band of white above the black hull. However, this poster predates the Lusitania's maiden voyage on September 7, 1907, as she was never in regular service with this white stripe in place; the top of her bow was only painted white for her trials. This poster is a wonderful, artistic and evocative nocturnal seascape, in which a searchlight dramatically slices diagonally through the sky, intersecting the diagonal hull of the ship. This fast and elegant ship entered into popular culture and immortality when she was sunk by German torpedoes on May 7, 1915, a horrific event which helped precipitate the United States' entry in World War I.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). FRANCONIA FROM MONACO / CUNARD LINE. 1932. 39x24 inches, 101x61 cm.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) FRANCONIA FROM MONACO / CUNARD LINE. 1932. 39 3/4x24 1/4 inches, 101x61 1/2 cm. Condition A: minor restoration at edges. As there were several ships named Franconia, and Rosenvinge illustrates only an exotic destination and not the vessel itself, it is initially difficult to determine if this poster is advertising a trip around the world on the first Franconia (which was torpedoed and sunk in 1916), or on the second Franconia which sailed for Cunard from 1922-1956. However, a brochure "Around the World in the Franconia" from 1932, lists arrival in Monaco on January 21st and departure on the 23rd, making the latter Franconia the subject here. This wonderfully-colored image impresses the viewer as much with its technical skill as it does with the exotic nature of the landscape. A variation exists with text at bottom advertising "Winter Cruises." rare/span.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD / TO EUROPE. 1921. 38x24 inches, 98x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD / TO EUROPE. 1921. 38 3/4x24 inches, 98 1/2x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London. Condition B: repaired tears, restored losses and overpainting in margins and image.

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Poster by Odin Rosenvinge - Royal Line Canadian Northern, (apply to Amsterdam)

Estimate: €300 - €450

Description: Royal Line Canadian Northern, (apply to Amsterdam) - 31x49, ca. 1920, on card board by Odin Rosenvinge (1880-1957)

Condition Report: B/B+

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CANADIAN PACIFIC / THE ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE TO EUROPE. Circa 1914. 40x24 inches, 101x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CANADIAN PACIFIC / THE ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE TO EUROPE. Circa 1914. 40x24 1/4 inches, 101 1/2x61 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B+: restored losses, repaired tears, overpainting and restoration in lower left corner and margins; repaired tear at top edge into text and image. A rare poster for a ship that was only in the service of Canadian Pacific for a very short time. The Missanabie was launched in 1914 and was sunk during the war by a torpedo in 1918.

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Cunard Line / Aquitania. 1914

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 25 1/8 x 39 3/4 in./64 x 101 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool & London Christened in May of 1914, the RMS Aquitania was Cunard's response to the White Star Line's Titanic and Olympic ships, both of which outsized the Aquatania's older sister ships the Mauretania and the Lusitania. Together, they formed Cunard's express trio.

Condition Report: A.

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Cunard / Berengaria. 1921

Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 1/4 x 40 1/8 in./61.6 x 102 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool The Berengaria began its life in 1912 under the name SS Imperator for the Hamburg America Line. After World War I, it was seized by the Allies and became part of the US Navy for a few months before being sold to Cunard. She was rechristened the Berengaria in November of 1919, and acted as the flagship for Cunard up through 1934.

Condition Report: A-/ Slight tears at edges.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). ALLAN LINE / TO AND FROM CANADA. 39x24 inches, 99x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) ALLAN LINE / TO AND FROM CANADA. 39x24 inches, 99x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition A-: creases and abrasions in margins and image. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CANADA / ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE. 39x24 inches, 101x62 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CANADA / ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE. 39 3/4x24 1/2 inches, 101x62 cm. Turner & Dunnett, London. Condition A-: minor repaired tears and creases in margins. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / NEW YORK • MEDITERRANEAN • ADRIATIC. 39x24 inches, 101x56 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / NEW YORK • MEDITERRANEAN • ADRIATIC. 39 3/4x24 1/4 inches, 101x56 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition A-: minor repaired tears at edges; vertical and horizontal folds. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / R.M.S.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / R.M.S. "CARONIA" OFF NAPLES. 39 3/4x24 3/4 inches, 101x62 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition A-: abrasions along vertical and horizontal folds. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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W.H.S. & O.R. (ODIN ROSENVINGE, 1880-1957). CANADA BY THE CUNARD LINE. 39x24 inches, 200x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: W.H.S. & O.R. (ODIN ROSENVINGE, 1880-1957) CANADA BY THE CUNARD LINE. 39 1/2x24 inches, 200 1/2x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B+: abrasions in margins and image; minor repaired tears at edges; vertical and horizontal folds. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / QUICKEST ROUTE NEW YORK TO LONDON & THE CONTINENT VIA FISHGUARD [MAURETANIA.] 40x24 inches,

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / QUICKEST ROUTE NEW YORK TO LONDON & THE CONTINENT VIA FISHGUARD [MAURETANIA.] 40x24 inches, 101 1/2x61 cm. ConditionB+ / A-: repaired tears and creases in text; horizontal folds. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON. Circa 1907. 40x25 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Live

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE / LIVERPOOL - NEW - YORK - BOSTON. Circa 1907. 40x25 inches, 101x63 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B: losses at edges; repaired tears, creases and abrasions in image.

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Attributed to Odin Rosenvinge (1880-1957) Liner and tug entering harbour 19 x 28.5in.

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Attributed to Odin Rosenvinge (1880-1957) oil on canvas Liner and tug entering harbour monogrammed with an anchor motif 19 x 28.5in.

Condition Report: Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957). ROYAL LINE / FASTEST TO CANADA. 39x24 inches, 100x61 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) ROYAL LINE / FASTEST TO CANADA. 39 1/2x24 1/4 inches, 100 1/2x61 1/2 cm. Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool. Condition B+ / A-: minor restored losses and pinholes in image. Linen-backed, archivally mounted and framed.

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Canadian Pacific. ca. 1920

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 x 15 5/8 in./61 x 39.6 cm Turner A. Dunnett, Liverpool Canadian Pacific first looked to the East in the 1880s to help make the company self-sustaining by way of trade. By 1891, contracts were secured with the British, allowing mail to travel from Hong Kong to Canada via England. Here, though, a delicate composition accompanies text advertising passenger service via rail and steamship from Canada to both China and Japan.

Condition Report: A-/ Slight tears in upper right corner.

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Canadian Pacific. ca. 1920

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 x 15 5/8 in./61 x 39.6 cm Turner A. Dunnett, Liverpool Canadian Pacific first looked to the East in the 1880s to help make the company self-sustaining by way of trade. By 1891, contracts were secured with the British, allowing mail to travel from Hong Kong to Canada via England. Here, though, a delicate composition accompanies text advertising passenger service via rail and steamship from Canada to both China and Japan.

Condition Report: A-/ Slight tears in upper right corner.

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Cunard Line / Franconia. 1932

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 1/2 x 39 3/4 in./62 x 101 cm Advertising a specific departure date of January 23rd, this atmospheric depiction of an exotic port at sunset romanticizes the idea of a round-the-world cruise aboard the Franconia. (ship)

Condition Report: A.

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Cunard Line / Franconia. 1932

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 1/2 x 39 3/4 in./62 x 101 cm Advertising a specific departure date of January 23rd, this atmospheric depiction of an exotic port at sunset romanticizes the idea of a round-the-world cruise aboard the Franconia. (ship)

Condition Report: A.

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Cunard Line / New York to London. ca. 1914

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,200

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 3/8 x 40 in./61.8 x 101.8 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool Opened in 1906, Fishguard Harbour in Wales was a man-made breakwater that also served as a dock for many transatlantic ships. Here, a Cunard vessel makes it stop from New York before heading on to London and the rest of Europe. (ship)

Condition Report: B/ Slight tears at folds & edges.

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Cunard to Europe / Berengaria. 1921

Estimate: $1,700 - $2,000

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 3/8 x 40 in./61.9 x 101.5 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool The Berengaria began its life in 1912 under the name SS Imperator for the Hamburg America Line. After World War I, it was seized by the Allies and became part of the US Navy for a few months before being sold to Cunard. She was rechristened the Berengaria in November of 1919, and acted as the flagship for Cunard up through 1934. Incredible sunset colors and unique styling form the backdrop to this impressive ship image. (ship)

Condition Report: B/ Tears at folds & edges.

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Cunard to Europe / Berengaria. 1921

Estimate: $1,700 - $2,000

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 24 3/8 x 40 in./61.9 x 101.5 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool The Berengaria began its life in 1912 under the name SS Imperator for the Hamburg America Line. After World War I, it was seized by the Allies and became part of the US Navy for a few months before being sold to Cunard. She was rechristened the Berengaria in November of 1919, and acted as the flagship for Cunard up through 1934. Incredible sunset colors and unique styling form the backdrop to this impressive ship image. (ship)

Condition Report: B/ Tears at folds & edges.

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Cunard Line / Largest, Fastest. ca. 1917

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,200

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 23 3/8 x 39 3/4 in./59.2 x 100.8 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool Unlike the previous designs by Rosenvinge for Cunard in which a ship is front and center, this poster emphasizes text stating that the line is home to the largest, finest, and fastest ships in the world. (ship)

Condition Report: B/ Tears at folds & edges.

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Cunard Line / Largest, Fastest. ca. 1917

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,200

Description: Artist: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) Size: 23 3/8 x 39 3/4 in./59.2 x 100.8 cm Turner & Dunnett, Liverpool Unlike the previous designs by Rosenvinge for Cunard in which a ship is front and center, this poster emphasizes text stating that the line is home to the largest, finest, and fastest ships in the world. (ship)

Condition Report: B/ Tears at folds & edges.

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Canadian Pacific     vers 1930

Estimate: €400 - €800

Description: Aff. E. B.E. B + Manque. Déchirures restaurées. Traces de plis. / Missing paper. Restored tears. Fold marks.

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ROSENVINGE, ODIN

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: CUNARD, EUROPE-AMERICAlithograph in colours, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A-; not backed40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm.)

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ROSENVINGE, Odin

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: CUNARD, BERENGARIAlithograph in colours, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A; not backed40 x 24 1/2 in. (102 x 63cm.)

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ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957)

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE, NEW YORK, MEDITERRANEAN, ADRIATIC lithograph in colours, printed by Turner & Dunnett Lithos, Liverpool, condition A-; backed on linen39½ x 24½in. (100 x 62cm.)

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ROSENVINGE, ODIN

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: CUNARD LINE, AQUITANIAlithograph in colours, c.1914, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A; not backed40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm.)

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No Image Available

Estimate: £500 - £700

Description: ODIN ROSENVINGE (1913-1933), SIGNED WATERCOLOUR CIRCA 1920 TAKING ON THE TOW

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ROSENVINGE, Odin

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: CUNARD LINE, MAURETANIA, BERENGARIA, AQUITANIAlithograph in colours, c.1914, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A; not backed39 1/2 x 24 1/2 in. (100 x 63cm.)

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ROSENVINGE, Odin

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: CUNARD, EUROPE-AMERICAlithograph in colours, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A-; not backed40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm.)

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ROSENVINGE, ODIN

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: CUNARD LINE, MAURETANIA, BERENGARIA, AQUITANIAlithograph in colours, c.1914, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A-; not backed39 1/2 x 24in. (99 x 62cm.)

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ROSENVINGE, ODIN

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: CUNARD LINE, AQUITANIAlithograph in colours, c.1914, printed by Turner & Dunnett Ltd., London, condition A-; not backed40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm.)

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Description: Captain Cook at Otaheite on his voyage around the world Watercolour 6x9 inches (15x22.5 cm) signed + a companion.

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ROSENVINGE, Odin

Estimate: $1,022 - $1,314

Description: CUNARD, EUROPE AMERICA (Berengaria) lithograph in colours, c.1925, printed by Turner & Dunnett, London, condition C+ and 'Summer Cruises, Ellerman's Wilson Line' by K.D.Shoesmith 40 x 241/2in. (102 x 62cm.) (2).

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No Image Available

Estimate: $984 - $1,312

Description: lithograph in colours, c. , small tears and stains at the edges, backed on linen 30 x 40in. (76 x 102cm.).

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ROSENVINGE, ODIN (1880-1957)

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: ROSENVINGE, ODIN (1880-1957) CUNARD LINE, NEW YORK, MEDITERRANEAN, ADRIATIC lithograph in colours, printed by Turner & Dunnett Lithos, Liverpool, condition A-; backed on linen39½ x 24½in. (100 x 62cm.)

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