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Deutschland 1138301 Deutschland Hamburg Amerika Linie (HAPAG) An early, undivided back, monochrome printed art postcard featuring the Deutschland at New York. Art is by Fred Pansing. Very light corner and edge wear. Album corner indentations / marks. Very light marking to the front. A little light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
Empress of Japan 1034963 Empress of Japan Canadian Pacific A Tuck's Celebrated Liners art card featuring the Empress of Japan. Art is by Fred Pansing. Light corner and edge wear except for a little wear to the top left corner tip. Album corner marks / impressions. Otherwise extremely light marking to the front. Light marking / ageing to the reverse. (VG) SOLD!
La Savoie 1110402 La Savoie Cie Gle Transatlantique (CGT) (French Line) An early, undivided back, company art postcard featuring the La Savoie with lovely art by Fred Pansing. Neatly inked annotation to the front dated 1910 from a voyage to America. Very light corner wear and light album corner impressions / marks. Otherwise extremely light marking to the front. Light marking / ageing with a few light foxing marks to the reverse. (VG) £8.99
Mongolia / Manchuria 1140825 Mongolia / Manchuria Pacific Mail Steamship Co. A colour printed postcard from K.P.C. Yokohama, Japan, featuring a view of the Mongolia of 1904 (name on the bow) with art by Fred Pansing. Her sistership was Manchuria and that name has been stamped to the front, bottom centre. Both ships passed to the Atlantic Transport Line in 1915/1916. Very light marking / ageing to the front. Very light corner and edge wear. The reverse has several light surface crinkles which, strangely, do not seem to coincide with any bends or impressions on the card - perhaps they are as a result of the printing process?? Otherwise very light marking to the reverse with a couple of very light foxing dots. (VG/VG-) £7.99


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