S.S. Princess  Louise

 

Lovely demitasse souvenir china cup and saucer from the Princess Louise. They are marked "S.S. Princess Louise Alaska" and on the back "Collingwoods bone china, England."

Fine historic souvenir china.

[shelf locator: Glass Case]
Very good condition.
 $95 plus $7.50 postage & insurance (international orders extra) for this set. To order this item email dick@AlaskaWanted.com 








The Princess Louise was built in North Vancouver, B.C., by the Wallace Shipyard and Dry-dock Company for the Canadian Pacific Railway fleet.  She was 4,032gt. 317.2 feet long, and 48.1 feet wide, and at the time of launch, August 29, 1921, was the largest ship, by displacement, in the Princess fleet.

She was built as a passenger & cargo vessel, to replace the Princess Sophia which went down off Vanderbuilt Reef near Juneau, Alaska, with great loss of life.

The Princess Louise originally had 133 first class staterooms and 26 single berths. Later the staterooms were enlarged yielding 126 total. Her dining room seated 125 people.
The Princess Louise was retired in 1964 and was later towed to Long Beach California to serve as a restaurant.
S.S. Princess
              Louise, Alaska, demitasse souvenir china


For sale: S.S. Princess Louise, Alaska, demitasse
              souvenir china





S.S. Princess  Louise
 

Another lovely demitasse souvenir china cup and saucer from the Princess Louise. They are marked "S.S. Princess Louise Alaska" and on the back "Collingwoods bone china, England."

Fine historic souvenir china.

[shelf locator: Glass Case]
Very good condition.
 $95 plus $7.50 postage & insurance (international orders extra) for this set. To order this item email dick@AlaskaWanted.com 
For sale: S.S.
              Princess Louise, Alaska, demitasse souvenir china.
For sale: S.S.
              Princess Louise, Alaska, demitasse souvenir china


For sale: S.S. Princess Louise, Alaska, demitasse
              souvenir china




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