A printed postcard featuring the Artemis. Built in 1902 as the Iowa. She sailed as Bohemia for HAPAG from 1913-1917. She then became the Artemis for US Shipping Board until 1941. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner indentations. A few light surface marks. Ageing and some marking to the reverse with neatly pencilled notes. (VG)
A photo postcard by Feilden of Liverpool featuring the Coelleda (1920-41). In nice clean condition with minimal corner wear. Clean to the reverse. (EX-)
A photo postcard by Feilden of Liverpool featuring the Lehigh (1931-1941). In clean condition with minimal corner wear, very light album corner indentations. Clean to the reverse. (VG+)
A photo postcard by Feilden of Liverpool featuring the American cargo ship McKeesport (1919-1943). In nice clean condition with minimal corner wear and very light album corner indentations. (VG+)
A sepia printed postcard featuring the President Fillmore. She was built as Hamburg Amerika's Hamburg in 1900. She was operated by the US Government from 1922 to 1928 as the President Fillmore. Very light corner and edge wear. Light ageing and marking to the front. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG)
A colour printed postcard featuring the US Army Tramsport ship Thomas in Manila Harbour, Philippines. She was built in 1894 for Hamburg Amerika as the Persia, before becoming the Minnewaska for a short time in 1898 for the Atlantic Transport Line. Later the same year she passed to the US Army and became the USAT Thomas, being broken up under that name in 1929. Clean to the front with light corner and edge wear. A very light surface indentation line bottom left. A little light marking / ageing to the reverse with a few surface marks bottom right. (VG)
A sepia toned Canadian photo postcard featuring the West Cusseta (1921 - 47), taken, I think, at Vancouver. In clean condition with minimal corner wear. light fading around the edges. Clean to the reverse with pencilled annotation. (VG)
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