|Designer:||Greig, James (1870-1941)|
|Dimensions:||101 x 64 cm ( 40 x 25 in.)|
|Condition:||Mint | | A|
|Publisher:||the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O)|
|Printed by:||The Lamson Agency Ltd., London|
RMS Viceroy of India was an ocean liner of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O). She was a British Royal Mail Ship on the Tilbury–Bombay route and was named after the Viceroy of India. In World War II she was converted to and used as a troopship. She was sunk in the Mediterranean in November 1942 by German submarine.
Text: "A Winter Cruise by P & O, Viceroy of India 20,000 Tons, Book here – No Fee
December 29.1933, West Indies - Rio de Janeiro - Sierra Leone - Teneriffe - Gibraltar. etc
45 days Fares from 90 guineas"
A colorful poster in excellent condition. Mounted on linen.