Art Deco 1952 French Translatlantique cruise ship menu

Art Deco 1952 French Translatlantique cruise ship menu

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Wonderful original 1952 DInner menu for the French Company Generale Translatlantique cruise ship illustrated with an image of "Vue du Canal du Chateau de Ramouillet Prise du Balcon du Roy", the Traditional Costumes of Normandy.

The Compagnie G̩n̩rale Transatlantique (shortened to "CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE", or CGT, and commonly named "Transat"), typically known overseas as the French Line, was a shipping company established in 1861.

I have four other menus from the Company Generale Translatlantique which come from the same family as a result of multiple Transatlantic crossings between the 30s-50s. Please convo me if you would like to purchase the lot as I can group shipping.

I found these in a trunk at a recent Chateau estate sale in Lyon.

The menu is in card form and measures 15.5cm by 8cm

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