A superb vintage souvenir for the White Star shipping liner R.M.S. Cedric.
Sold in the ships shop as a memento of a sailing.
Full length damage free condition.
R.M.S. Cedric went into white star service in January 1903, finally being scrapped in 1932.
Up until 1904 the Cedric was the largest liner in the world.
In 1914 it was attached to the 10th Cruiser Squadron serving as an Auxiliary Cruiser.
1915 saw it used as a troop and supply ship.
In 1918 before returning to civilian service it was involved in a collision with the Canadian Pacific steamer Montreal.