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Postcard Image Cat No. Ship Name Description Price GBP
Argo 1124110 Argo A sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring the Argo in rough seas. She served the company from 1898 until 1932, the latter years as part of the Ellerman Wilson Line. A little corner rounding and edge wear. A very light surface crinkle on the top right corner. Light surface marking to the front with a couple of tiny surface indentations. A little light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) SOLD!
Argyle 1124109 Argyle A sepia toned photo postcard by Shaw of Grimsby, featuring the Argyle. She was built in 1873 for Bailey & Leetham and joined Wilson's in 1903. She served the company until 1914, before being scuttled as a block ship in Scapa Flow. Very light corner and edge wear. Numerous surface bends and impression lines to the centre and left side of the card. Very light marking to the front with some light marks down the centre of the card which appear to be part of the printing of the photo. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (G+) SOLD!
Ariosto 1124124 Ariosto A sepia toned and nicely detailed photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring the Ariosto. She served the company from 1910 to 1932, transferring to Ellerman's Wilson Line in 1917). Several Wilson's operated barges are also in the foreground. Light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks / impressions. A little light surface marking to the front and a couple of light surface indentations top right. A little marking / ageing to the reverse with some marks on the top edge and a couple of light foxing spots. (VG) SOLD!
Buffalo 1124114 Buffalo A very early sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring a view of the Buffalo, very rarely seen on postcards. She served the company from 1885 until 1904 when she was broken up. Very light corner and edge wear and very light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front. Extremely light marking to the reverse with a couple of tiny foxing dots. (VG) SOLD!
Buffalo 1124123 Buffalo An early sepia toned photo postcard by A.J. Wellsted of Hull, featuring a nicely view of the Buffalo in Alexandra Dock, Hull. Card shows a wealth of detail on the ship and it's surroundings. The bow of the Doxford Turret ship Pearlmoor of 1905 can be seen on the extreme right of the photo. The Buffalo served the company from 1907 until 1917 when she was sunk by U-70. Card is postally used in 1914. A little corner and edge wear with small dinks to the top left and bottom left corner tips. Light album corner marks / impressions. Impression from postal cancellation top left and some light blue marks top centre. Otherwise. very light marking to the front with a few tiny surface indentations. Very light marking to the reverse. (VG-) SOLD!
Calypso 1124107 Calypso An early photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring a nicely detailed view of the Calypso. She served the company from 1904 until 1916. Very light corner and edge wear with a tiny bit of surface crinkling to the top right corner tip. Light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front with a couple of very light surface bends / undulations top centre. Very light marking to the reverse with some very light foxing marking. (VG-) SOLD!
Castello 1124116 Castello An early sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring the Castello. She was built in 1896 by Wm Doxford to the "turret ship" design. In 1913 she was sold to Greek owners and sunk in 1915. Some corner rounding and edge wear. A surface impression line across the top of the card approx 1" from the top edge. Another surface impression line across the top left corner. A couple of light surface bends. Some surface marking and sepia marking to the front. A little marking / ageing to the reverse with a couple of foxing marks. (G+) SOLD!
Consuelo 1124119 Consuelo A photo postcard featuring a fine view of the Consuelo. She was built in 1900 for T. Wilson and served the company until 1908, when she became the Cairnrona for Cairn Line. In 1911 she passed to Cunard to become the Albania. In 1912 she passed to Bank Line as the Poleric. She was broken up in 1929. The printing on the reverse of the card is a little off centre. Light corner and edge wear. Some very light surface bends / undulations to the left side of the card. A little pink staining top edge left. A little sepia toning around the edges of the card. Ship name lightly pencilled to the reverse. Otherwise, light marking / ageing with a couple of light foxing spots. (VG-) SOLD!
Envoy 1124102 Envoy An early sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring the Envoy. She was built in 1872 for Wm Liddell of Hull. She served the company from 1903 until 1911. Very light corner and edge wear and very light album corner marks / impressions. Small surface indentation on the bottom left corner. Very light marking to the front. Extremely light marking to the reverse with light annotation in the stamp box. (VG) SOLD!
Hindoo 1124121 Hindoo A sepia printed postcard featuring the Hindoo (1906-1924) at Algiers. Written, but not postally used in 1917 by someone on board at Algiers. A little light corner and edge wear. A surface bend with crinkle bottom right. Impression from postal cancellation top right. Note that the white line from the bottom edge, left, up to the stern of the ship is in the original printing of the card and not a mark on the card. A little light marking / ageing to the front. The reverse is printed upside down. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (G+) SOLD!
Idaho 1124108 Idaho An early sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring a nicely detailed view of the Idaho. She served the company from 1903 until 1929, passing to Ellerman Wilson Line in 1917. Light corner and edge wear and a small dink to the top right corner tip. Small surface impression on the top edge, left. Light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front. Extremely light marking to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
Kolpino 1124106 Kolpino A sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring an artists rendition of the Kolpino in rough seas. She served the company from 1906 until 1929, the latter years as part of the Ellerman Wilson Line. A little corner and edge wear. Light album corner marks / impressions. Light marking to the front. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) £5.49
Kovno 1124105 Kovno A sepia toned photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring the Kovno. She served the company from 1907 until 1929, the latter years as part of the Ellerman Wilson Line. Written, but not postally used in 1913 at Hull be someone on the vessel. A little corner and edge wear with some rubbing to the two right corners in particular. Light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front with some sepia spotting. Ink stain to the reverse, otherwise light marking / ageing. (VG) SOLD!
Kovno 1124104 Kovno A sepia toned photo postcard, possibly by Barnard of Hull, but not marked as such, featuring the Kovno. She served the company from 1907 until 1929, the latter years as part of the Ellerman Wilson Line. A little corner and edge wear with a small knock / crease to the top right corner tip. A little surface marking to the front. Some marking / ageing to the reverse with some light foxing marking. (VG-) SOLD!
Novo 1124120 Novo A sepia toned photo postcard, possibly by Barnard of Hull, but not marked as such, featuring a fine view of the Novo. She served the company from 1902 to 1928. A little corner and edge wear. A little light surface marking to the front and a few very light vertical surface impression lines down the centre and left side of the card. Rather grubby to the reverse with some staining along the top edge. (VG-/G+) SOLD!
Oslo 1124122 Oslo An early sepia toned and lightly faded photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring the Oslo. She served the company from 1906 to 1917. Pencilled date of 1906 to the reverse. Very light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks / impressions. A little light surface marking to the front and a couple of very light surface impression lines bottom left. Extremely light marking / ageing to the reverse with pencilled date. (VG) £6.99
Oslo 1124103 Oslo An early photo postcard by Barnard & Straker of Hull, featuring a nicely view of the Oslo underway. She served the company from 1906 until 1917. Very light corner and edge wear with a couple of tiny chips to the bottom edge. Light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front. Extremely light marking to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
Otto 1124117 Otto An early sepia toned and lightly faded photo postcard by Gledstone & Barnard of Hull, featuring the Otto. She served the company from 1898 to 1935. From 1906 she operated on a service for the North Eastern Railway Company, Hull. Very light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks / impressions. A little light surface marking to the front. Some marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG/VG-) SOLD!
Silvio 1124112 Silvio A photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring a fine and detailed view of the Silvio. She was built in 1880 and served the company until 1912. A little very light corner and edge wear. Light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
Silvio 1124113 Silvio A sepia toned photo postcard featuring the Silvio. She served the company from 1913 until 1940, the latter years as part of the Ellerman Wilson Line. A little corner and edge wear with some rubbing to the bottom left corner in particular. A couple of surface impression lines top centre and left, with a tiny surface crinkle. Some light surface undulations to the left side of the card. Very light marking to the front. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG-) SOLD!
Syria 1124101 Syria A sepia toned photo postcard featuring the Syria. She was built in 1889 for Bailey & Leetham and taken over by Wilson's in 1903. She served the company until 1912. A little light corner and edge wear. Very light surface impressions to the front from the inked notes to the reverse. Very light surface marking to the front with some small sepia marks top right. Inked ship details to the reverse, otherwise light marking / ageing with a couple of foxing spots. (VG) SOLD!
Truro 1124118 Truro An early sepia toned and finely detailed photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring the Truro. She was built in 1898 and served the company from 1906 to 1915 on a service for the North Eastern Railway Shipping Co, Hull. Very light corner and edge wear. Extremely light album corner impressions. Extremely light surface marking to the front. Very light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
Urbino 1124115 Urbino An early sepia toned and very lightly faded photo postcard by Barnard of Hull, featuring a nicely detailed view of the Urbino. She served the company from 1889 until 1909 when she was broken up. Very light corner and edge wear and light album corner marks / impressions. Very light marking to the front. Extremely light marking to the reverse with very light marks at the corners. (VG) SOLD!

 

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