139a: Rms Titanic. Plan Of First Class Accommodations.
Plan of First Class Accommodations. An early printing after the original with no text printed to the verso and White Star Line house flag in black.
Showing in detail the layout deck plan for First Class passengers of Titanic, dated December 1911. Headed "White Star Line. Triple Screw R.M.S. "Titanic"....One of The Two Largest Steamers in The World..." The plan shows the layout of First Class cabins over various decks (including cabin numbers, fixtures, and furniture) and public areas on decks A, B, C, D, E and F, including the Verandah & Palm Court, Turkish Bath, smoke room, restaurants, squash/racquet court, gymnasium, reading and writing room, and swimming pools, flanked with 6 vignettes of photographs of rooms and a painting of the ship at sea. These plans were an official issue of the steamship company and were distributed exclusively to First Class passengers, and originally folded into booklet form to make it easier for passengers to carry while on board.
With seven vertical creases and three horizontal creases; marginal chipping with some loss at folds; overall toning; some brown spots.