A sepia toned Nautical Photo Agency postcard featuring the Duke of Lancaster. Nice clean condition to the front with very light corner wear. Very light marking to the reverse with name in pencil top left. (VG)
A photo postcard featuring the Menevia. Incorrectly titled as Minerva on the front of the card. She was built in 1902 as the Scotia for the L&NWR, but was renamed Menevia and sold to the LMS in 1923. In 1928 she was sold to the IOMSP Co and scrapped later that year. In clean condition to the front with very light corner wear. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG)
A Valentine's photo postcard featuring the paddle steamer Mercury (1934-40). Light corner wear and light album corner marks. Reverse has light ageing / marking and the name inked top left. (VG)
A photo postcard by Adamson of Rothesay featuring a lovely view of the paddle steamer Mercury (1892-1933). In super clean condition to the front with minimal corner wear. A little very light marking to the reverse. (EX-)
A printed postcard featuring the Princess Margaret of 1931. Produced by Sanbride. Light corner and edge wear and a little light surface marking. Light marking and ageing to the reverse. (VG)
A printed photo postcard featuring the Swift on Lake Windermere. Photo by Abraham of Keswick. Postally used in 1934. Minimal corner wear and clean to the front. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG)
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