Original American Clipper Ship "titan" Sailing Card Boston To Australia 1880


Original American Clipper Ship

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Original American Clipper Ship "titan" Sailing Card Boston To Australia 1880:
$172


A very nice original and rare chromo-lithographed advertising card for the American clipper ship "TITAN", Captain Norris, announcing departure on December 23, 1880 from Lewis Wharf, Boston to Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. The ship was owned by the "Henry W. Peabody Australian Line" of 114 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Size 4" x 6 1/2" on heavy coated card stock, blank reverse, fine condition but some light glue residue on back from album......Guaranteed original......$3.00 shipping............

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Original American Clipper Ship "titan" Sailing Card Boston To Australia 1880:
$172

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