A colour printed postcard featuring the Baron Gautsch (1908-14). Card is printed by G. Costalunga of Pola. the Baron Gautsch was sunk my a mine in 1914, so this card looks to have been produced and postally used after that in 1915. Card sent as a Feldpost card with military artillery cachet and Pola Feldpost cancellation. Quite a bit of corner and edge wear and a small knock to the bottom right corner tip. A few light surface indentation lines and some surface wear and marking to the front. A little marking / ageing and foxing spotting to the reverse. (G)
A sepia printed postcard by Stengel of Dresden featuring the Baron Gautsch at Trieste. Postally used in 1911(?) in Trieste. Light corner and edge wear anda light crease / crinkle on the top left corner. A little very light marking to the front.A few foxing type marks to the reverse, top left, otherwise very light marking / ageing. (VG-)
An early, undivided back colour tinted postcard featuring the Graf Wurmbrand at Kotor. She was built in 1895 and served the company until 1912. Card is postally used in 1904, but postmark is weak. Inked message to the front. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks / indentations. Light surface impression from postal cancellation top left and bottom right. Light marking / ageing and some light foxing marks to both sides of the card. (VG-)
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