Antiquaire de marine

Antiquaire de marine
antiquités de marine

vendredi, février 25, 2011

samedi, février 19, 2011

Epaves petite vidéo

Archéologie sous marine petite vidéo...
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xfm2n6_archeologie-sous-marine_creation

Petites vidéos des musées de la marine

PARIS.http://www.ina.fr/video/CPA7905551101/les-tresors-des-musees-de-la-marine-a-paris.fr.html
Musée de NOUMEA. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JR-Ri2d1Zo
Musée de Brest:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieqTejJvt5U&feature=related
Musée de Toulon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1R2UG5XGe0&feature=related
Musée de CHERBOURG .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qtaj3S_6Xec

Ces petites vidéos pour compléter la page sur " les liens maritimes"

La Pêche quelques vidéos sur le sujet

La mer aux trésor :http://www.ina.fr/economie-et-societe/environnement-et-urbanisme/video/CPF86656448/la-mer-aux-tresors.fr.html
Le musée du vieux TREPORT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJV2IMy7EJY

LA CARTE DE PIRI REIS (1513)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFGpnRAx0DU
cette petite vidéo peut compléter la page
: http://historic-marine-france.com/cartes-marines/informations-cartes.htm

estampes anciennes


gravures anciennes extraites de l'encyclopédie.

buenos-Ayres

buenos- Ayres fin XVIIIém siècle

Charles Bentley peintre anglais

Charles Bentley 1806-1854 " Marine"
Charles Bentley, a painter of coast and river scenery, in water-colours, and engraver, was born in 1806. He was elected an associate of the Water-Colour Society in 1834, and a full member in 1844, and constantly contributed to their annual exhibitions. His subjects are views in France, Holland, and Italy, as well as on the shores of his native country. He died of cholera 4 September 1854.
liens:
http://www.answers.com/topic/charles-bentley

L' Arche de Noé.

Comment imaginer l'arche de Noé? le premier grand transport de l'humanité

naufrage

naufragés huile sur toile à restaurer

mardi, février 15, 2011

Demande de renseignements Messageries maritimes

Dear people of Historic Marine,

we are preparing a biography of an extraordinary lady - Eva Langley-
Danos. She was Hungarian, of Jewish origin. Before her deportation,
she had made a doctorate in Economic Sciences and worked as a
professor in a school for managerial secretaries in Budapest. In
December 1944 she was deported to the concentration camp of
Ravensbrück, north of Berlin. From there, she survived a transport to
the concentration camp of Dachau, where she was liberated by the
American Allies end of April 1945. She was one of the only women to
survive her train of deportation.... Her witness of the story of her
trail during the Second World War was published by us under the title
"Prison on Wheels". At the moment, a French translation of this
document is in preparation.

Eva Danos migrated from Paris to Australia at the end of 1949. Then,
according to the data we have from interviews with her, she worked for
Messageries Maritimes in Sydney, Australia. Her boss was a certain
Monsieur Petit. He was responsible for the South Pacific, that is to
say for the ships of Messageries Maritimes sailing this route. Once
per year, she had to accompany her boss on a lengthy trip in which he
visited all the ports in the South Pacific.

If you have any information about boats, routes, responsible persons
for the Australian office in Sydney, we would be very grateful for
your help.

We do not assume that you have any documents about Mrs. Eva Danos
(later Eva Langley-Danos), but perhaps you can tell us something about
the situation of Messageries Maritimes in the period of 1950 - 1956
operating out of Sydney and the people who were involved in it on an
administrative level? Do you have any documents about a Mr. Petit?
Everything you can tell us will be highly welcomed.

Thanks a lot, and many kind regards

Elena Hinshaw-Fischli
Editor
Daimon Publications
Hauptstr. 85
CH-8840 Einsiedeln
Switzerland

dimanche, février 13, 2011

Vente USA


POSTERS, SHIP MODELS, SERVICEWARE AMONG SOUGHT-AFTER ARTIFACTS IN SWANN GALLERIES’ FEBRUARY 3 AUCTION OF OCEAN LINER AND TRANSPORTATION MEMORABILIANew York—Collectors competed for a large assortment of Ocean Liner and Transportation Memorabilia at Swann Galleries on February 3. There was material related to most of the major steamship lines in this latest sale of ocean liner ephemera at Swann.Gary Garland, Swann’s Ocean Liner Specialist, said, “There was strong interest in this sale, with many buyers looking to build their ocean-liner collections and designers seeking decorative material. We are pleased to organize auctions of this subject whenever top quality collections are consigned.”Decorative only begins to describe the sale’s top lot, A.M. Cassandre’s celebrated Art Deco poster, Normandie, in the only known variant without an overprint for a special event or advertising “service regulier,” Paris, circa 1938, which sold for $16,800*.Other poster highlights included Cassiers, Red Star Line. Antwerpen = Amerika, color two-sheet poster, Brussels, 1910s – early 20s, $2,400; Walter Thomas’s Cunard. New Steamers (20,000 Tons) Boston to Europe, color poster, London, circa 1925, $4,800, and “Queen Mary” “Queen Elizabeth” Fastest Ocean Service in the World, England, 1947, $2,640; Adolph Treidler’s Champlain, United States, January 1939, $2,880; and Con le “Andrea Doria”…, by an unknown artist, Genoa, 1952, $2,220.A scrapbook kept by Commodore Harry Manning with materials related to the blue ribbon-winning maiden voyage of the “United States” in 1952 exceeded expectations to bring $6,000.Also drawing a lot of attention was a collection of 75 souvenir spoons, jelly spreaders and tea strainers, mostly representing Cunard liners, but with some White Star liners as well, which sold for $6,960.Serviceware used aboard various ships and aircraft included a Pan American Airways silver serving tray by International Silver, 1946, $4,560; four acid-etched cordial glasses for first-class service on the Italian Line’s “Augustus,” circa 1927, $1,920; and several Bavarian china pieces made by Heinrich & Co. for use on zeppelins, among them a chocolate cup and saucer stamped Graf Zeppelin, 1928, $1,800; a demi-tasse cup and saucer for use on the Hindenburg, 1935, $2,160; and a group of three plates marked with the DZR zeppelins logo, circa 1935 , $1,680.Select ship models included a large full-hull metal model of the “Lusitania” by Marklin, $2,640, and full-hull model of the “Titanic” by Bing, $1,560.Also related to the Titanic was a real photo postcard taken in advance of the maiden voyage, $660, and a postcard with an interior view of the ship’s main salon, $960.An illustrated catalogue with complete prices realized is available for $35 from Swann Galleries, 104 East 25 Street, New York, NY 10010, and may be viewed online at www.swanngalleries.com. Swann welcomes consignments of top quality ocean liner collections. For further information, please contact Gary Garland at (212) 254-4710 ext. 17, or via e-mail at ggarland@swanngalleries.com.*All prices include buyer’s premium.# # #CATALOGUES & DIGITAL IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
Rebecca Weiss Media Relations Swann Galleries 104 East 25th Street New York, NY 10010
212-254-4710, ext. 23 rebeccaw@swanngalleries.com See our blog:http://blog.swanngalleries.com/

mercredi, février 09, 2011