A photo postcard by Feilden of the early tanker Ashtabula. Built in 1903 as the Graf Stroganoff. She was the Ashtabula from 1906-1930. In lovely clean condition. (EX)
A sepia toned photo postcard featuring the early oil tanker Sawanee. She was built in 1888 as the Kasbek, becoming the Sawanee in 1899. Broken up in 1925. Very light corner wear and clean to the front with some very light surface marking. The reverse has some very light glue residue marks over most of the surface (generally only viisble when viewed across the light). Otherwise very light marking / ageing with inked number in the top left corner. (G+)
A photo postcard showing a nice view of the tanker Schutleill (1928-1947) underway. Very light corner and edge wear. Very light album corner indentations. Clean to the front. Reverse has inked and pencilled annotations, otherwise clean. (VG)
A photo postcard, probably by Feilden, but not marked as such featuring the Tuscarora of 1917 at Liverpool. In lovely clean condition. Just a tiny knock to the top left corner tip and extremely light album corner indentations. (VG+)
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