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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Aleutian 732106 Aleutian A company printed postcard featuring the Aleutian. Postally used in Ketchikan, Alaska in 1953. Light corner and edge wear and light surface impression from postal cancellation. Postal ink cancellation marks to the front near the funnel and foremast. Light corner and edge wear. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG-) £3.49
Baranof 732105 Baranof A company printed postcard featuring the Baranof. Very light corner and edge wear and clean to the front. Some foxing and surface marking to the reverse. (VG) £3.99
Columbia 718502 Columbia A photo postcard featuring the Columbia. She was built as the President for the Pacific Coast Company and traded as the Columbia from 1938 to 1946. Postally used in 1941 with a "Seattle & Seward RPO" cancellation (used on the steamer route from Seattle to Alaska). Light corner and edge wear and a small knock to the bottom left corner tip. Clean to the front with light surface indentations from postal cancellation top left and indentation from some written numbers bottom centre. Clean to the reverse. (VG) RESERVED!
Mount McKinley 718503 Mount McKinley A photo postcard featuring the Mount McKinley. She was built in 1918 as the Santa Luisa for Grace Lines and traded as the Mount McKinley from 1936 until she was wrecked in 1942. Postally used in 1941 with a nice "Seattle & Seward RPO" cancellation (used on the steamer route from Seattle to Alaska). Very light corner and edge wear and clean to the front with light surface indentations from postal cancellation top left and indentation from some written numbers bottom centre. Clean to the reverse. (VG) RESERVED!

 

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