A printed company postcard featuring the Princess Alberta. Light corner wear and light album corner marks. Light but extensive surface foxing marks to the front (only really visible when viewed across the light). Very light ageing / marking to the reverse. (VG-)
A sepia printed company postcard featuring the Princess Alberta. Very light corner and edge wear. Very light marking to the front and some very light surface marking along the top edge and down the right edge. Some foxing marking and age toning to the reverse. (VG)
A photo postcard from the Caledonia Series showing a Langlands steamer leaving Oban harbour. The vessel is the Princess Maud (1901-1918). Very light corner wear and light album corner indentations. Small indentation mark bottom left. Pencilled name to the reverse with light marking / ageing. (VG)
A very early, sepia printed advertising postcard featuring a view of the dining room on board a company steamer. Postyally used in 1902 in Oban on board the Princess Maud to an address in Manchester. Some corner and edge wear and a light crease / surface crinkle across the bottom left corner. A little surface marking / foxing marking and age toning to the front with a couple of very light surface undulations. Light marking / ageing with a light stain mark along the top edge and left side. (G+)
A sepia printed company postcard featuring the Tiger and advertising cruises through the Western Highlands. Minimal corner wear and very light marking to the front, mainly at the corners from album corner mounts. Minimal marking to the reverse. (VG+)
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