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A total of 5 postcard(s) were found for 'Nelson Line'.

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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Highland Monarch 4911230 Highland Monarch A Salmon Series art card featuring the Highland Monarch, with art by A.F.D. Bannister. In clean condition to the front with minimal corner wear. Perhaps just a hint of foxing marking when viewed across the light only. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG+) £4.99
Highland Rover 737918 Highland Rover A photo postcard by Caswell of Tilbury featuring the Highland Rover. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner indentations. A little light surface marking. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG) £5.99
Unknown (Nelson Line) 338302 Unknown (Nelson Line) A monochrome company art card of a Nelson liner and advertising their services to South America. In clean condition with light corner wear. (VG+) £4.99
Unknown (Nelson Line) 738803 Unknown (Nelson Line) A colourful company art card featuring an un-named vessel and advertising the service to Spain, Portugal, Canary Islands and South America. Art is by Odin Rosenvinge. Very light corner wear and extremely light surface marking. Album corner indentations. Light marking to the reverse. (VG) £8.49
Unknown (Nelson Lines) 739701 Unknown (Nelson Lines) A company art card featuring an un-named vessel and advertising the service from London to the River Plate. Art is by Richard Oliver. Postally used in London in 1921. Very light corner and edge wear and very light album corner marks. A light surface mark in the sky above the bow of the vessel. A couple of tiny postal ink marks top left. A little foxing spotting to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!


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