S.S. Brasil

Artifacts

 

1967 - Telegram from exiled King Umberto of Italy accepting invitation aboard the ship.  (Courtesy of John-Paul DeRosa.)

A couple of brochures to Rio and Africa.

1957 Revell Authentic Kit -- Completely Formed Plastic * Easy to Build  * Ready to Paint.

Completed model of the Brasil by Captain Joe Stone.

1957 Revell Model of the S.S. Brasil built by Captain Joe Stone and donated to Ginger and Bill's Moore-McCormack Museum.  Captain Stone had served as Second Mate aboard the Brasil.

A commemorative ceramic hand-colored plaque (can be hung, note holes on top of its back) or it can be used for anything that a small dish can be used for.  It was given to all who took the maiden voyage on the S.S. Brasil in September 1958.  Note:  The name painted on the bow of the ship is "S.S. Brasil."

Another commemorative ceramic hand-colored plaque.  This plaque was for both the S.S. Brasil and the S.S. Argentina, but the name of the ship painted on the bow is "Brasil" instead of "S.S. Brasil" like the plaque above.  (See the S.S. Argentina Artifacts section for her plaque.)

   

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