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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Gibel Sarsar 745310 Gibel Sarsar A photo postcard featuring the Gibel Sarsar which served for the company from 1920 to 1926. She was originally the Isis of P&O built in 1898. Very light corner wear and a little very light surface marking. A little light marking to the reverse, mainly by the stamp box. (VG) RESERVED!
Gibel Sarsar 832901 Gibel Sarsar A lovely, scarce advertising art card featuring the Gibel Sarsar and asvertising the service between Gibraltar, Tangier and Casablanca. She was built in 1898 as the Isis for P&O and purchased by Bland Line in 1920. She remained in service with them for only 6 years before being scrapped in 1926. Light corner and edge wear, and a little surface missing on the top left corner tip. Very light surface bend to the bottom right corner. An extremely light surface crinkle / indentation line from the bottom edge, centre to the ships bridge. Otherwise clean to the front. A little ageing / marking to the reverse with a small area of surface missing in the centre of the address area. Marking in the centre of the reverse. (VG) £15.99
Gibel Sarsar 828803 Gibel Sarsar A superb and scarce advertising art card featuring the Gibel Sarsar and asvertising the service between Gibraltar, Tangier and Casablanca. She was built in 1898 as the Isis for P&O and purchased by Bland Line in 1920. She remained in service with them for only 6 years before being scrapped in 1926. Very light corner and edge wear, mainly on the bottom two corners. A little light surface marking with a couple of extremely light foxing type spots. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £19.99

 

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