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Manchuria 792102 Manchuria A company sepia printed postcard featuring the Manchuria, possibly dating from when she operated for American Line from 1915 until being requisitioned or from 1919-1923. Light corner wear and a little light surface marking. Small mark / surface indentation in the sky just forward of the funnel. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £7.49
Merion 792105 Merion A colour printed postcard from the Valentine's Series featuring the Merion which served the line from 1902 to 1915. In nice clean condition to the front with very light corner wear and light album corner indentations. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG) £6.99
Mongolia 565001 Mongolia A company advertising art card featuring the Mongolia and printed in the Polish language to the front. Card is by Muhlmeister & Johler of Hamburg. In lovely clean condition to the front with very light corner wear. Minimal marking and extremely light ageing to the reverse. (VG+) SOLD!
New York / Philadelphia 685102 New York / Philadelphia A monochrome printed postcard featuring the New York / Philadelphia with art by Montague B. Black. In clean condition to the front with very light corner wear. Very light surface bend near the top right corner. Extremely light marking to the reverse. (VG) £6.99
Paris 744802 Paris A sepia photo postcard by Opie of Redruth featuring the Paris aground on the Manacles in 1899. She was later refloated and rebuilt in Belfast, becoming the Philadelphia. Light corner and edge wear and a little very light surface marking. The reverse, printed upside down has neatly inked notes about the wreck. A little light ageing / marking. (VG) RESERVED!
Philadelphia 578604 Philadelphia A Tuck's Celebrated Liners art card featuring the Philadelphia. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks. Reverse is lightly aged and has a few foxing type spots. (VG) £4.99
Philadelphia 139401 Philadelphia A nice coloured postcard of the Philadelphia by F.G.O. Stuart. Postally used in 1909 with a US Sea P.O. cancellation, by a passenger in New York. In nice clean condition, with a little light corner wear and a few light postal ink marks in sky area. (VG) £6.49
Philadelphia 556602 Philadelphia A F.G.O. Stuart printed postcard featuring the Philadelphia. Light corner wear and a few light surface marks. Light marking to the reverse. (VG) £5.49
Philadelphia 490122 Philadelphia An early undivided back litho postcard by the American Litho Co of New York featuring the Philadelphia arriving at New York. Lightly aged, mainly around the edges with light corner wear. A tiny surface crinkle at the bottom left corner tip. A tiny closed pinhole to right corner tip. Light marking to the reverse. (VG) £7.99
Philadelphia 681203 Philadelphia An early undivided back litho printed postcard featuring the Philadelphia, by Andrew Reid of Newcastle. Postally used in 1904 with a United States Sea PO cancellation. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner indentations. Extremely light crinkle bottom right corner. light marking and a few foxing spots around the edge of the card. (VG) £7.49
Philadelphia 772102 Philadelphia A sepia printed postcard featuring the Philadelphia passing Netley Hospital, Southampton. Postally used in 1909 with a United States Sea P.O. cancellation. Printed on quite thin card. Very light corner and edge wear. Light album corner indentations. Surface indentation top centre from postal cancellation. A little very light surface marking to the front. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £6.99
Philadelphia / New York 270004 Philadelphia / New York A Universal Postal Union postcard of the Philadelphia & New York. In clean condition with minimal corner wear. Light album corner indentations. (VG+) SOLD!
St Louis 371605 St Louis A Tuck's Celebrated Liners series postcard featuring the St Louis. In nice clean condition with minimal corner wear. Light marking to the reverse. (VG+) £6.99
St Louis / St Paul 135101 St Louis / St Paul A nice Universal Postal Union card featuring the St Louis / St Paul. In clean condition with light ageing to reverse. The bottom edge is serrated. I believe the card may have been very lightly trimmed along the right edge. (VG-) £3.99
St Paul 219501 St Paul A lovely early undivided back lithographic postcard of the St Paul by Andrew Reid of Newcastle. Written but not postally used. In clean condition with light album corner indentations. (VG) £9.99
St Paul 741410 St Paul A company art card featuring the St Paul at Plymouth. The card was originally printed with the name St Louis, but that has been overprinted with St Paul. Art is by Montague B Black. In clean condition to the front with very light corner wear and very light album corner indentations. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG) £10.49
St. Louis 338312 St. Louis A colour printed postcard by F.G.O. Stuart featuring the St. Louis. Light corner wear and light album corner marks. A little very light surface marking. Light ageing / marking to the reverse. (VG) £5.99
St. Louis / St. Paul 371301 St. Louis / St. Paul A postcard showing the St. Louis / St. Paul and also a view of the Third Class Dining Room. Light corner wear and light surface marking to front. Label partially attached to the reverse, and light marking/ageing. Marks to the corners from album corner mounting. (VG) £4.99
St. Louis / St. Paul 651601 St. Louis / St. Paul A monochrome art card featuring the St. Louis / St. Paul. Company details to the reverse. Light corner and edge wear and a few light surface marks. Light marking to the reverse. (VG) £5.99
St. Paul 316001 St. Paul An early undivided back light postcard featuring the St. Paul, produced by Andrew Reid of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Postally used in France in 1902. Light corner wear and light surface marking including a little very light foxing. A very light crinkle across the top right and left corners. A very light vertical crinkle up the centre of the card, hardly noticeable to the front a little more noticeable on the reverse. (G+) £7.49
St. Paul 490114 St. Paul An early undivided back litho card by Andrew Reid featuring the St. Paul. Postally used in 1905 with a United States Sea P.O. cancellation. Light corner and edge wear and a little light surface marking. (VG) £8.99
St. Paul 567902 St. Paul A Tuck's Celebrated Liners art card featuring the St. Paul. Light corner and edge wear and some surface marking, mainly in the bottom right corner where the surface is quite marked (only really visible when viewed across the light). Reverse has some ageing and marking and a little surface loss on the top left edge. (G) £2.99
Unknown (American Line) 600228 Unknown (American Line) An early art card from the American Line, showing a company steamer in a lifebuoy with company flags. Art is by Schmidt of Hamburg with card printed by C. Adler of Hamburg. Company insignia to the reverse. Postally use in Stettin in 1925, though I suspect the card is slightly earlier. Very light corner wear and clean to the front apart from a small postal ink mark top right. A very light surface bend and extremely light surface crinkle top right. Also light surface impression from the postage stamp. Some age tanning to the reverse and light marking. (VG) SOLD!

 

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