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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Daytonian 483615 Daytonian A photo postcard by Feilden of Liverpool featuring the Daytonian which operated for Leyland Line from 1922 to 1934. She then passed to T. & J. Harrison. In nice clean condition to the front with light corner wear. Inked notes to the reverse and a couple of surface marks. (VG) £5.49
Dorelian 567057 Dorelian A photo postcard by Robertson of Gourock featuring the Dorelian of 1923. Robertson imprinted signature to the bottom left corner. In nice clean condition with very light corner wear. Clean to the reverse with lightly pencilled notes. (VG+) SOLD!
Nortonian 431623 Nortonian A photo postcard by Feilden of Liverpool featuring the Nortonian (1913-1935). In clean condition to the front with minimal corner wear. Very light marking to the reverse with neatly inked notes. (VG+) £5.99
Oranian 517311 Oranian A photo postcard possibly by Feilden of Liverpool, but not marked as such featuring the Oranian (1914-34). Very light corner wear and clean to the front. Clean to the reverse with neatly written notes. (VG) £4.99
Unknown (Leyland Line) 594901 Unknown (Leyland Line) An early undivided back litho printed art card by Andrew Reid of Newcastle featuring an un-named company vessel. Postally used in 1908 in Boston, USA, by someone who knew the Captain. the inscription mentions 580 head of cattle as cargo! Light corner and edge wear and light age tanning. Small postal ink mark top left. Light surface crinkle across the bottom right corner. (VG) SOLD!
Winifredian 719301 Winifredian A company printed art card featuring the Winifredian, a ship not often seen on postcards. A little corner wear, especially on the bottom right corner. Clean to the front. A little light marking and some foxing spotting to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!

 

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