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Passengers landing at Nome, Alaska. Showing several boats preparing to land, and many passengers on the shore. Portland Post Card Co. No. 9017. Divided Back. Minor wear bottom corner.
$15.00 Item #AKS10A004
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Petersburg Alaska showing view of village and fishing boats at anchor in harbor with glacier in the distance. Real Photo. Johnston 1828. Postally used October 5, 1953.
$15.00 Item #AKS53A001
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Highland Light And Wireless Station, North Truro, Cape Cod, Mass showing lighthouse, additional buildings and boat. H. A. Dickerman & Son. Postally used August 7, 1921. Some edge wear.
$10.00 Item #LIG-USA-MAS-001
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Skyline of Miami showing Goodyear blimp 'Puritan' NC-7A flying over Miami harbor, ships and Miami skyline in the background. J. B. Sommers MC 20. Postally used March 6, 1940. Some edge wear.
$10.00 Item #AIR-ADV-FLS-001
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Raiders Ready to Land, Camp Lejeune, Marine Base, New River, N. C. showing Marines with weapons in a boat. Curt Teich & Co. 2B-H1357. Postally used March 6, 1944.
$15.00 Item #MIL-USA-015
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U. S. S. 'Mississippi' in Dry Dock, League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. Unused. Reverse writing, but not mailed and cracking at top left.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-017
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U. S. Cruiser Charleston Entering The Dry-Dock. Edward H. Mitchell 1065. Divided back. Unused. Some edge wear.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-018
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'Bringing in the Fish' Real photo AZO 2 triangles up, 2 down showing torpedo being lifted onto a ship. Unused. View side discoloration at bottom right.
$15.00 Item #MIL-USA-036
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Arrival of Recruits Aboard Training Ship. American Colortype Co. 15. Divided back. Unused. Crease at bottom left.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-042
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U. S. Sailors. Gun Practice. Postally used September 22, 1909. Some edge wear.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-050
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United States Battleship Kansas. Copyright 1906 by N. L. Steppins. Arthur Capper. Inscribed April 8, 1910. Stamped, but not mailed. Crease at bottom left and tear at center right.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-059
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U. S. Navy. Torpedo Boat, 'Decatur.' Raphael Tuck & Sons U.S. Navy Series 1076. Postally used March 11, 1905. View side writing and offset postal markings and crease at bottom left.
$10.00 Item #MIL-USA-060
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Como Será Mañana conforme al pensamiento del Excmo. Sr. Presidente de la Republica Don Guillermo E. Billinghurst translated to 'as it will be tomorrow according to the thinking of the President of the Republic showing the Port of Callao. Artist signed by Carlos Fabbri. Circa 1912. Unused.
$20.00 Item #PEP-002
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Real Photo showing pier and Marina Hotel. Inscribed 'Bay of Panama'. Postally used April 27, 1910.
$15.00 Item #PNP-001
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Tower Bridge, London showing the bridge raised, boat passing beneath. Valentine Co. 43871 JV. c1930. Unused. Crease.
$10.00 Item #BRI-GBP-001
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The Tower Bridge showing bridge raised, ship passing beneath with spectators and cannons. Tuck Raphaelette Series L124. Postally used November 9, 1954. Crease and edge wear.
$10.00 Item #BRI-GBP-002
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U.S. Battleship 'Oregon.' 700 Officers and Men. Length 348 Feet. Main Battery 16 Guns. Showing starboard view of the sleek warship. Edward H. Mitchell. 1274. Divided Back. Minor edge wear at corners.
$15.00 Item #SHI10A001
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Famous Vessels in our Navy: U.S.S. Oregon. Showing the warship underway. With 700 Officers and Men, a Length of 348 Feet, and a Main Battery of 16 Guns made the 'Oregon' a formidable foe. M. Ettlinger & Co. Famous American Warships Series 5068. Postally used April 30, 1908. Some minor edge wear at corners.
$15.00 Item #SHI08A001
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U.S. Battleship 'Alabama.' 713 Officers and Men. Length 368 Feet. Main Battery 18 Guns. Edward H. Mitchell. 1271. Postally usded August 26, 1912. Minor edge and corner wear. Some postal markings on view side of card.
$10.00 Item #SHI12A001
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Motor Ship 'Sarasota,' Capacity 30 Cars Bee Line Ferry, Inc., St. Petersberg, Florida showing the vessels port side as it sits on the water. E. C. Robison. Linen.
$10.00 Item #SHI40A002
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