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  1. Conte-di-Savoia_150kB.jpg

    Conte-di-Savoia_150kB.jpg

    ss Conte di Savoia (oil painting on panel 70x50cm)
  2. T/n  CONTE DI SAVOIA

    T/n CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Italian Line's CONTE DI SAVOIA abeam of Gibraltar, 1932 Oil on canvas, 24 x 40 inches. Signed & Dated 1989.
  3. Conte di Savoia

    Conte di Savoia

    Name: SS Conte di Savoia Owner: Italian Line Port of registry: Flag of Italy Italy Builder: Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico of Trieste, Italy Launched: 18 October 1931 Christened: Marie José of Belgium Maiden voyage: 30 November 1932 Fate: Scrapped in 1950 General characteristics Type: Ocean liner T
  4. CONTE DI SAVOIA

    CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Name: SS Conte di Savoia Owner: Italian Line Port of registry: Flag of Italy Italy Builder: Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico of Trieste, Italy Launched: 18 October 1931 Christened: Marie José of Belgium Maiden voyage: 30 November 1932 Fate: Scrapped in 1950 General characteristics Type: Ocean liner
  5. Luxury Liner Row

    Luxury Liner Row

    Ocean liners fill New York's Piers in this view from February, 1939. This picture was taken shortly after this shot that is looking upriver: (http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/314519/title/new-york-harbor-2c-february-2c-1939/cat/all). In this particular image, you can actua
  6. Conte di Savoia

    Conte di Savoia

    The Italian Line's brand-new Conte di Savoia departs her builder's yard in Trieste on her delivery voyage to Genoa, November 1932.
  7. Conte Di Savoia

    Conte Di Savoia

    Here is another view of the Conte Di Savoia at an undisclosed location dated 1938 on the back of the photo. There are plenty of awning spars set up in both the liners’ well deck, and on the forward end of the superstructure itself, although no canvas is mounted on any of them. That fact, as well a
  8. Conte Di Savoia

    Conte Di Savoia

    The lovely Conte Di Savoia is seen at her home port of Genoa, Italy in 1937. She was the first liner to have anti rolling gyroscopes fitted into her design. They were intended to end heavy rolling at sea. However, through their operation, it was discovered that they actually pronounced steep roll
  9. Conte di Savoia

    Conte di Savoia

    View of the Grand Colonna Hall on the Italia liner - an interior rarely depicted in colour
  10. Conte di Savoia

    Conte di Savoia

    A view of the Italia liner taken from a Churchman's cigarette card
  11. New York Harbor, February, 1939

    New York Harbor, February, 1939

    European passenger liners jam New York's water front in February, 1939. Four of the five largest would be lost within the next five years.
  12. Conte Di Savoia

    Conte Di Savoia

    The graceful lines of the Conte are evident even in this model.
  13. Conte Di Savoia

    Conte Di Savoia

    Conte Di Savoia also at the Museum of Science and Technology. It's much larger than the Rex and probably was given extra attention because of its anti-rolling devices.
  14. unknown liner = CONTE DI SAVOIA

    unknown liner = CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Unknown Italian liner
  15. Conte Di Savoia, leaving Genoa

    Conte Di Savoia, leaving Genoa

    Here is the "Conte Di Savoia" sailing from Genoa to New York. The photo is possibly the late 1930's. No other information. Frank
  16. CONTE DI SAVOIA -----1933

    CONTE DI SAVOIA -----1933

    Mr Guglielmo Marconi and wife.
  17. CONTE DI SAVOIA

    CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Hall 3rd Class for Ladies.
  18. CONTE DI SAVOIA

    CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Hall "Colonna"
  19. CONTE DI SAVOIA

    CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Launch of the transatlantic. Owner Soc. ITALIA di Navigazione - Genova.. Shipyard Cantieri Navali dell'Adriatico-Trieste 1931. (Any comments or further information welcome). BROCHURE (C.N.A.)
  20. CONTE DI SAVOIA

    CONTE DI SAVOIA

    Swift transatlantic of the ITALIA di Navigazione - Genova. Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico ,1932.(Any comments or further information welcome).
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