An early, multiview printed postcard featuring the sailing ship R.C. Rickmers with views of the Saloon and the Ship Owners Cabin on board the vessel. Postally used in 1907 in Los Angeles where the writer talks about the ship unloading a cargo of cement at San Pedro. Light corner and edge wear and light marking / ageing to the front. Light indentation from postal cancellation bottom left. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG)
R. C. Rickmers
A sepia printed postcard by Sander & Sohn of Geestemunde featuring the sailing ship R. C. Rickmers of 1905. Minimal corner and edge wear and extremely light marking to the front. Light marking and age tanning to the reverse. (VG)
R. C. Rickmers
An early, printed postcard featuring the sailing ship R. C. Rickmers. Postally used in 1906 in Bremen. Very light corner and edge wear. Light marking to the front with some postal ink marks near the top of the aft mast. A small mark near the top of the foremast. Light marking / ageing and some foxing marks to the reverse. (VG-)
Unknown (Rickmers Linie)
A lovely art card from the series issued by the Deutscher See Verein in the 1920's featuring ships from various German shipping companies. This one shows a Rickmers vessel. Art is by Robert Schmidt Hamburg. Very light corner wear. Clean to the front. Extremely light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG+)
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