This vintage menu has a charming illustration of a fairy plucking fruit in a magical orchard and is unusual because it does not have a maritime theme. Dated 1932 and from the Furness Bermuda Line, it was one of the “millionaire” ships which held only first class passengers. There was room for just over 800 passengers on the Monarch of Bermuda which sailed from New York to Bermuda and it was luxury all the way. A lovely vintage menu example from the grand era of passenger ship travel.
Courtesy Herbert Beazley Collection.
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