C1906

A British Liner (R.M.S. Caronia)

Artist:

J.J.Jelly

Large lithograph of famous British liners with a large cross section of R.M.S. Caronia. RMS Caronia was a British ocean liner, launched on 13 July 1904. She was built for Cunard by John Brown & Co. of Glasgow. She left … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

A British Liner (R.M.S. Caronia)

Date:

C1906

Artist:

J.J.Jelly

Condition:

In good condition with folds as issued, laid onto archival linen.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

810mm 
x 245mm
AUTHENTICITY
A British Liner (R.M.S. Caronia) - Antique Print from 1906

Genuine antique
dated:

1906

Description:

Large lithograph of famous British liners with a large cross section of R.M.S. Caronia.

RMS Caronia was a British ocean liner, launched on 13 July 1904. She was built for Cunard by John Brown & Co. of Glasgow. She left Liverpool on her maiden voyage to New York on 25 February 1905. A successful 1906 cruise from New York to the Mediterranean led to Caronia being used for cruising frequently in the coming years.  On 14 April 1912 Caronia sent the first ice warning at 09:00 to RMS Titanic reporting “bergs, growlers and field ice”.

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