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UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE OLD CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE RMS SAXONIA

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DESCRIPTION -- Unused colour postcard from the old Cunard Line vessel the RMS Saxonia which is in a very good condition and is original and an early issued item.

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The first RMS Saxonia was a passenger ship of the British Cunard Line. Between 1900 and 1925, Saxonia operated on North Atlantic and Mediterranean passenger routes, and she saw military service during World War I (1914 - 1918).  The first Saxonia was a passenger ship of the British Cunard Line. Between 1900 and 1925, Saxonia operated on North Atlantic and Mediterranean passenger routes, and she saw military service during World War I (1914 - 1918).  In 1925, the ageing and outdated Saxonia was sold to the Hendrik Ido Ambacht company in the Netherlands for scrapping. Her scrapping was completed before the end of the year.

NOTES -- Travellers in Time continually try to list many new and unusual items on the website, and notify all previous customers when new listings take place. We can always be contacted at sales@travellersintime.net for all other maritime enquiries.    
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Item: TT2960 BA218
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED B/W POSTCARD FROM THE OLD CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE BERENGARIA

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DESCRIPTION -- Unused B/W postcard from the old Cunard Line vessel the Berengaria which is an original and in a very good condition. 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Berengaria was Cunard's first Queen and named after Queen Berengaria, the Queen Consort of Richard the Lionheart.  Berengaria started her career as the pride of Hamburg-Amerika line. Her original name was Imperator and she was built by the Vulcan Werft Shipyard in Hamburg.

NOTES -- Many different and varied maritime shipping groups are covered on the Travellers in Time website, with hundreds of items in each. For more information please email us at sales@travellersintime.net to ask about any items you see listed. 
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Item: TT2953 BA218
Price
£3.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE VESSEL THE BENSTAC FROM THE BEN LINE

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DESCRIPTION -- B/W postcard from the Ben Line of the vessel Benstac which is unused and in a very good condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Ben Line Group was a family owned company with its origin in the shipping company, A & W Thomson, set up by brothers Alexander and William Thomson in Leith, near Edinburgh, in 1825.  Following the departure of Alexander from the partnership, the company was renamed WM Thomson & Co in 1847.

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Item: TT3404 BA236
Price
£3.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE OLD CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE CARINTHIA

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DESCRIPTION -- Unused mint condition colour postcard from the old Cunard Line vessel the Carinthia which is original and an early example.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- RMS Carinthia was an ocean liner built in 1956 as one of the four Saxonia class ships. She sailed for Cunard Line from her completion until 1968 when she was sold to Sitmar Line, rebuilt into a full-time cruise ship and renamed SS Fairsea. She sailed with Sitmar until 1988, when Sitmar was sold to P&O. She was renamed SS Fair Princess and sailed for Princess Cruises and P&O Cruises until 2000. She was then sold to China Sea Cruises and renamed SS China Sea Discovery. In 2005 or 2006 she was scrapped in Alang, India.

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Item: TT2954 BA218
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE OLD CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE RMS CARONIA

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DESCRIPTION -- Unused mint condition colour postcard from the old Cunard Line vessel the Caronia which is original and a good example postcard.
[ONLY 2 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- RMS Caronia was a 34,183 gross register tons (GRT) passenger ship of the Cunard Line (then Cunard White Star Line). Launched on 30 October 1947, she served with Cunard until 1967. She was nicknamed the "Green Goddess". She is credited as one of the first "dual-purpose" built ships: suited to cruising, but also capable of transatlantic crossings.

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Item: TT2778 BA212
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE OLD VESSEL THE RMS AQUITANIA

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WHITE STAR LINE
 
DESCRIPTION -- Unused colour postcard from the old famous vessel the RMS Aquitania from the Cunard White Star Line which is original and in an excellent  condition, and shows the vessel leaving New York.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- Of the fourteen four stackers built, the Aquitania was one of the longest lived and the only one to survive two world wars. Launched in 1913, she was the third four funneled liner for Cunard, and the only one not to have a Government subsidy. Aquitania entered commercial service in May 1914 and was christened 'The Ship Beautiful' thanks to her elegant interiors. Unfortunately, she was soon called up for war service as an armed merchant cruiser and her beautiful interiors either stripped out or covered over.

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Item: TT2947 BA218
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

EARLY COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE VESSEL THE SS ASCANIUS

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DESCRIPTION -- From the Blue Funnel Line this is an early colour postcard from the Bibby Line vessel the Ascanius which is in a very good condition and is unused.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Blue Funnel Line was formed by the visionary Alfred Holt, who saw the steamship as a better and more economical way of shipping cargo and passengers to the Far East, China and later Australia. Alfred Holt commenced ship-owning with Thomas Ainsworth in 1852, and they built their first new ship in 1854, which they immediately chartered to the French Government for use in the Crimean War. In 1864, they began sailing to China and the Far East, and have since become the major British company serving this area. 

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Item: TT3410 BA236
Price
£5.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

EARLY COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE VESSEL NESTOR

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DESCRIPTION -- From the Blue Funnel Line this is an early colour postcard from the Bibby Line vessel the Nestor which is in a very good condition and is unused.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The TSS Nestor was explicitly built for the Australian Route by the Ocean Steam Ship Company/Blue Funnel Line with a capacity of 350 passengers each. The ship was designed as cargo/passenger vessel, which was reflected in the less luxurious accommodations compared to steamship lines of the time such as White Star and Cunard .

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Item: TT3408 BA236
Price
£7.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

UNUSED COLOUR POSTCARD FROM THE EARLY CUNARD WHITE STAR LINE VESSEL THE RMS AQUITANIA

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WHITE STAR LINE
 
DESCRIPTION -- Unused colour postcard from the old Cunard White Star Line vessel the RMS Aquitania which is original and in an excellent condition.

[HAVE 2 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- RMS Aquitania was a British ocean liner of Cunard Line in service from 1914 to 1950. She was designed by Leonard Peskett and built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland. She was launched on 21 April 1913 and sailed on her maiden voyage to New York on 30 May 1914. Aquitania was the third in Cunard Line's grand trio of express liners, preceded by RMS Mauretania and RMS Lusitania, and was the last surviving four-funnelled ocean liner.

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Item: TT2944 BA218
Price
£9.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

IN SERVICE POSTCARD FROM THE CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE QE2

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DESCRIPTION -- Unused postcard from the Cunard Line vessel the QE2  which is in full and is in a very good and is as new condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The QE2 was designed for the transatlantic service from her home port of Southampton, UK to New York, United States and was named after the earlier Cunard liner RMS Queen Elizabeth. She served as the flagship of the line from 1969 until succeeded by RMS Queen Mary 2 in 2004.

NOTES -- This postcard is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping postcards and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular postcard of a vessel that you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net.
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Item: TT3224 BA229
Price
£3.00
UK Postage: £2.00
Europe Postage:£4.00
Elsewhere: £6.00

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