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Admiral 5768162 Admiral A very early undivided back Egyptian postcard featuring a view of the Suez Canal with the Admiral passing a dredger on the canal. The Admiral featured is the earlier one which was in service with the company from 1891 to 1902. Minimal corner wear and in nice clean condition both sides. Minimal album corner marks. (VG+) £8.99
Admiral 5768268 Admiral An early colour postcard featuring the Admiral of 1905, amended to the Princessin (1905). Postally used with a nice Deutsche Seepost Ost Afrika Linie cancellation dated 1910. Very light corner wear and name neatly changed to the front of the card, otherwise clean. Clean to the reverse. (VG) £10.49
Adolph Woermann 5768163 Adolph Woermann A plain back photo card featuring a lovely view of the Adolph Woermann of 1922. Minimal corner wear. Clean to the front but with light surface marking (only visible when viewed across the light). A little light foxing spotting to the reverse. (VG) RESERVED!
Burgermeister 6002139 Burgermeister An early, undivided back printed postcard featuring the Burgermeister. Light corner and edge wear and a small bend to the top left corner tip. Some surface marking. Reverse is printed upside down and has light marking and age tanning. (VG) £7.99
Feldmarschall 711502 Feldmarschall A colour printed postcard featuring the Feldmarschall, postally used in Hamburg in 1905. Light corner and edge wear and light impression from postal cancellation top left and bottom centre. A light surface crinkle across the bottom left corner tip. Light surface marking including light postal ink marks top left. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) £5.99
General 479408 General A sepia printed postcard featuring an unusual view of the Kitchen on board the company steamer General. Serrated edge to the left. Light corner wear. The reverse has two marks, one on each side probably from a paper clip or similar. Light marking to the reverse. (VG) £7.49
Kurfurst 482106 Kurfurst An early undivided back printed postcard featuring the 1st class smoking room on board the Kurfurst. Serrated edge to the left. in nice clean condition with minimal corner wear. A little very light marking to the reverse. (VG+) £6.99
Kurfurst 472237 Kurfurst An early, undivided back, company printed card featuring a deck view of the Kurfurst. Serrated edge to the left. In lovely clean condition with minimal corner wear. (EX-) £8.99
Kurfurst 479404 Kurfurst A sepia printed undivided back postcard featuring a view of the first class ladies saloon on board the company steamer Kurfurst. Serrated edge to the left. In lovely clean condition except for a small foxing sport near the right edge on the front. (VG+) £7.49
Njassa 288211 Njassa A printed company postcard of the Njassa, presumably from the period when she was chartered to Hamburg Amerika (1934-36) as there is a mention of Hamburg Amerika on the reverse. In clean condition with light corner wear. (VG+) £5.99
Ubena 6090117 Ubena A photo postcard, by Hoffman of Southampton, featuring the Ubena. Very light corner and edge wear and a small knock to the top left corner tip. Clean to the front. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £5.49
Unknown (Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie) 401503 Unknown (Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie) A lovely art card from a series produced to celebrate "The Rebuilding of the German Commercial Fleet" after World War 1 (c1920). This one showing a DOAL liner at Dar Es Salaam. Art by R. Schmidt of Hamburg. In super clean condition with minimal corner wear. (EX) SOLD!
Unknown (Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie) 711501 Unknown (Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie) An art card featuring an unknown DOAL vessel. Art is by Willy Stoewer. Very light corner and edge wear. A little light surface marking and some foxing spotting, mainly visible in the sky area top left. The reverse, sadly has six small areas of surface loss where the card has been previously glued to something. (G+) SOLD!
Unknown (DOAL) 6002294 Unknown (DOAL) A sepia printed postcard featuring a view of St Pauli, Hamburg with a cutaway of the Elbtunnel and a DOAL ship in the river. In clean condition to the front with very light corner wear. Very light ageing to the reverse. (VG) £3.99
Usaramo 554401 Usaramo A printed postcard featuring the Usaramo. The reverse has details of the line's service Hamburg - Genoa. In clean condition with light corner and edge wear. A little very light surface marking. (VG) £4.99
Ussukuma 273803 Ussukuma A WHS Kingsway Real Photo Series postcard of the Ussukuma. In nice clean condition with very light corner wear. The reverse has a stamp with the ships details neatly written in ink. (VG) £6.49
Ussukuma 609083 Ussukuma A photo postcard by Hoffman of Southampton featuring the Ussukuma. Minimal corner wear and clean to the front. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG+) SOLD!
Wadai 377608 Wadai A sepia printed postcard featuring the Wadai. In clean condition with very light corner wear and very light album corner indentations. (VG+) £5.99
Watussi 450604 Watussi A photo postcard by Hoffman of Southampton featuring the Watussi. In clean condition to the front with light corner wear. Light ageing to the reverse and a couple of numbers stamped. (VG+) £5.99

 

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