GREAT LAKES FREIGHTER/SHIP M/S HENRY FORD II STATIONARY

You are looking at two (2) SHEETS OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY, STEEL DIVISION, SHIP, FREIGHTER M.S. HENRY FORD II STATIONARY AND TWO (2) MATCHING ENVELOPES. This Great Lakes Freighter Stationary is a very rare find. I have just a limited amount of this stationary available. The stationary came from the Captain's Office aboard the ship, back in the 1960s/70s. If you have any questions, please ask before you bid.

These light cream color sheets/envelopes are the real deal. The sheets of stationary are in three colors. The ship is black ink, The Blue Bird Flag is blue and gold, and the FORD sign and the name of the ship is in dark blue ink. The Blue Bird Flag was the flag Henry Ford (the first) picked for all his ships and tugs. Also on the back of each envelope is another color print of the Ford's Blue Bird Flag

These are not a printer copy . But real Captain's stationary made by the Ford Motor Company for use aboard their ships. The colors are rich and sharp.

DON'T LET THIS

ONE SLIP BY YOU.

THIS FREIGHTER STATIONARY

IS A MUST FOR ANY

GREAT LAKES SHIP COLLECTOR.

Don't wait, bid now. Don't let this full color stationary slip by you. Thanks for looking and now bidding. Captain James A. VanBuskirk, retired skipper of the M/S Benson Ford

Please note: Shipping and handling covers more than just the actual shipping costs. It covers a lot of other things like shipping material (envelopes, Card board, sheet protectors, labels, etc.). My time spent packaging, delivering photos to the Post Office, etc. I am also differently-able person(handicapped) and it is hard for me to get to the post office, for this reason, I like shipping by priority mail, which allows the post office to come to my home and pick the package up. So if you ask for priority shipping, packages will go out the next mailing day. First Class shipping may take a few days to get to the post office. If for some reason you do not like my shipping and handling terms, please do not bid. Thank you for understanding.

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