c. 1960 SS HANSEATIC, HAMBURG AMERICA LINE CRUISE SHIP, 45 RPM RECORD POSTCARD

circa 1960

SS HANSEATI C of HAMBURG AMERICA LINE

TRANSATLANTIC CRUISE SHIP

45 RPM RECORD POSTCARD

* MEASURES 7" x 6" and FITS ON YOUR RECORD PLAYER TURNTABLE! *

c. 1960

HAMBURG AMERICA LINE S.S. HANSEATIC

PASSENGER LINER

ONE OF THOUSANDS OF ITEMS AVAILABLE IN OUR EBAY STORE!

AGE: circa 1960

LOCATION: NEW YORK CITY

DESCRIPTION: S.S. HANSEATIC and NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE. This SCARCE to RARE postcard offers a view of SS Hanseatic passing by the New York City skyline! The surface of the postcard is coated in plastic on which is stamped a BIEM 45 r.p.m. record bearing a song -- I have not listened to the record! This record likely dates to around 1960. A nice addition to your cruise ship memorabilia, vintage postcard or record collection!

ILLUSTRATION [printed on back]: ",HANSEATIC' / Text: Arno Gillo / Musik: Michael Jary / Foto: Bunte - Illustrierte / Hersteller: Heliodor / Auslieferung: Michael Jary Produktion, Hamburg"

SHIP HISTORY: According to Wikipedia, "RMS Empress of Japan was an ocean liner built in 1929-1930 by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company at Govan on the Clyde in Scotland for Canadian Pacific Steamships (CP). This ship was the second of two CP vessels to be named Empress of Japan - regularly traversed the trans-Pacific
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