[RMS “Strathnaver” Berthed In Sydney Harbour]. Henri Mallard, Aust.
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[RMS “Strathnaver” Berthed In Sydney Harbour]

c1934. Vintage silver gelatin photograph, annotated “From Verichrome negative” by Mallard in pencil in lower margin, illegible annotation in another hand in pencil verso, 16.5 x 25.3cm. Minor soiling overall, slight creases and cracking to margins.

Provenance: Mallard estate. Ref: NLA.

The RMS Strathnaver, an ocean liner of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O), was the first ship to adopt white hulls and buff funnels, which later became P&O’s signature livery. Strathnaver was a Royal Mail Ship that worked a regular liner route between Tilbury in Essex, England and Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. Strathnaver remained in service for just over 30 years, being scrapped in 1962. Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL172-116

Price (AUD): $2,450.00  Other currencies

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