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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Cambroman 953804 Cambroman A colour printed postcard by the Art Publishing Company of Glasgow, featuring the Cambroman (not very often seen on postcards). She was built in 1892 and served the Dominion Line from 1899 to 1909. Quite a lot of corner and edge wear. Album corner marks / indentations and quite marked to the front which is quite grubby. Some marking / ageing to the reverse. (G) £3.99
Canada 816802 Canada A photo postcard featuring the Canada by C.W. Hunt of Liverpool. A little corner and edge wear and light album corner indentations. Small knocks to the top left and bottom left corner tips. Some surface crinkling and surface bends top centre. Clean to the front. Inked annotation to the reverse dated 1920. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (G) £2.49
Canada 386001 Canada A colour postcard by the State Series of Liverpool of the Canada. Inscription to the reverse dated 1910. Light corner wear and light album corner indentations. Light surface marking. A few light foxing spots to the reverse. (VG) £3.99
Canada 538429 Canada A colour postcard by Hunt of Liverpool featuring the Canada. Postally used with a Liverpool Paquebot cancellation by a person on board the vessel. Some corner and edge wear and surface marking. Surface indentation from postal cancellation. Age tanning to the reverse. (G) £3.49
Canada 748001 Canada A sepia toned photo postcard from the Varsity Series, featuring the Canada. Postally used in Liverpool in 1909. Light corner and edge wear. Album corner indentations. Small knock and surface crinkle to the top left corner. Indentation from postal cancellation top left. A few light surface marks. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) £5.99
Canada 991601 Canada A colour printed hands across the seas postcard from the State Series, Liverpool, featuring the Canada. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks. A light surface bend top right. Clean to the front with some age toning around the edges of the postcard and a little very light surface marking. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £4.99
Canada 1086701 Canada A Tuck's Celebrated Liners No 9155 art postcard featuring the Canada. Very light corner and edge wear. Very light album corner marks, otherwise clean to the front. Some ageing and foxing marking to the reverse. (VG/VG-) £5.99
Cornishman / Montcalm 1088813 Cornishman / Montcalm A scarce and superbly detailed and sharp view of the Royal Edward Dock, Avonmouth in this real photo postcard by Garratt. Ships on view are the Dominion Line vessel Cornishman on the left. She was built in 1891 as the Nomadic for the Oceanic Steam Nav Co, becoming the Cornishman for Dominion Line in 1904. She passed to Leyland Line in 1921. On the right of the view is the stern of the Canadian Pacific vessel Montcalm . She was built in 1897 for the African Steamship Co (Elder Dempster) and passed to Canadian Pacific in 1903. She was sold in 1917 to Anglo Saxon Petroleum. A little corner and edge wear with a small crinkle to the top left corner tip. Light album corner marks / impressions. A little surface marking to the front with a little silvering of the photo. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) RESERVED!
Dominion 592606 Dominion A Tuck's Celebrated Liners art card featuring the Dominion. Light corner and edge wear and a small knock to the bottom left corner tip. Minimal marking to the front. A little marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £4.99
Englishman 1088814 Englishman A scarce and superbly detailed and sharp view of the Royal Edward Dock, Avonmouth in this real photo postcard by Garratt. Ships on view are the Dominion Line vessel Englishman being assisted by the Rea tug Hethergarth. The Englishman was built in 1892 as the Ionia for the City of Liverpool Steam Nav Co, becoming the Englishman for Dominion Line in 1899. She sank in 1916. The large vessel in the background is the Canadian Pacific vessel Montcalm . She was built in 1897 for the African Steamship Co (Elder Dempster) and passed to Canadian Pacific in 1903. She was sold in 1917 to Anglo Saxon Petroleum. A little corner and edge wear. Light album corner marks / impressions. Some surface marking to the front. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) SOLD!
Englishman 1088801 Englishman A sepia toned photo postcard probably by Jno York of Bristol, but not marked as such featuring the Englishman. She was built in 1892 as the Ionia for the City of Liverpool Steam Nav Co, becoming the Englishman for Dominion Line in 1899. She was sunk in 1916 by submarine. Some dark marks to the photo, these are part of the original photo and not marks on the card. A little corner and edge wear. Album corner impressions. A small surface crinkle on the bottom edge, centre. Very light marking to the front. The reverse is printed upside down and has light marking / ageing. (VG-) SOLD!
Manxman 1088802 Manxman An early sepia toned photo postcard featuring the Manxman (A ship rarely seen on postcards). She was built in 1888 as the Cufic for the Oceanic Steam Nav Co (White Star Line). In 1901 she became the Manxman for Dominion Line. The card is probably by Jno York of Bristol, but not marked as such. Ship name stamped by the photographer to the front. Some corner and edge wear and album corner marks / impressions. A few surface impression lines bottom left and along the bottom edge. Some surface marking to the front and some sepia spotting to the image. (G) SOLD!
Ottawa 1032304 Ottawa A colour printed postcard by Hugo Lang of Liverpool featuring the Ottawa. She was built in 1874 as the Germanic for White Star Line and served as the Ottawa for Dominion Line from 1905 to 1911. Minimal corner wear. Album corner indentations. Minimal marking to the front. Quite extensive foxing marking to the reverse, otherwise very light ageing. (VG/G+) £5.99
Regina 1090603 Regina A photo postcard by Robertson of Gourock, featuring the Regina as built for service with the Dominion Line (1922 to 1925). Robertson imprinted signature bottom left corner. A surface impression line from the left edge to the foremast and from there up to the top edge centre. A couple of very light surface undulations. Extremely light corner wear and very light surface marking to the front. Some light stain marks to the reverse with a light brown stain line down the left side. Otherwise a few light marks / age toning to the reverse. (VG-) £5.49
Southwark 1065007 Southwark A Valentine's Series colour printed postcard featuring the Southwark. Very light corner wear. Album corner marks / indentations. Very light marking to the front with a little very light foxing spotting in the sky area, mainly near the foremast on the vessel. Light marking / ageing to the reverse with a little foxing marking. (VG) £5.99

 

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