3 edition of North Atlantic mail sailings, 1840-75 found in the catalog.
North Atlantic mail sailings, 1840-75
|Statement||Walter Hubbard and Richard F. Winter ; edited by Susan M. McDonald.|
|Contributions||Winter, Richard F., 1937-, McDonald, Susan M., U.S. Philatelic Classics Society.|
|LC Classifications||HE6233 .H83 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 419 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||88050208|
A similar letter (paid with adhesives) is shown in Richard Winter book “Understanding Transatlantic Mail Volume 2” fig pg (1) Hubbard and Winter - North Atlantic Mail Sailings - pag Every sail we build is designed specifically for your boat and your sailing. Decades of Experience, on the water. Multihulls, Superyachts, Grand Prix, Shorthanded, Bluewater, Performance, Classics and Cruisers.
These books are in excellent condition like NEW. Any questions feel free to ask. Hardly used. from John was born and brought up in Bermuda and started sailing as a child, racing locally and offshore before turning to cruising. He has sailed over , miles, most of it on his McCurdy & Rho Morgan's Cloud, including eight ocean races to Bermuda, culminating in winning his class twice in the Newport Bermuda has skippered a series of voyages in the North Atlantic, the .
Packet boats were medium-sized boats designed for domestic mail, passenger, and freight transportation in European countries and in North American rivers and canals, some of them steam driven. They were used extensively during the 18th and 19th centuries and featured regularly scheduled service. When such ships were put into use in the 18th century on the Atlantic Ocean between Great Britain. Can't make out the place name, or much else for that matter. Note, this letter was carried on the steamer North American. According to the book North Atlantic Mail Sailings - (U.S. Philatelic Classics Society ) the North American was owned by the Allan Line, a Canadian Steamship company operating out of Montreal.
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North Atlantic Mail Sailings by Walter Hubbard and Richard F. Winter Edited by Susan M. McDonald U.S. Philatelic Classics Society, Inc.
Canton, Ohio First Edition Quarto, xii, pages, publisher's original pictorial dust jacket. Publisher's gilt lettered blue cloth covered boards. Illustrated in black and white. A very minimal amount of rubbing, else in very good + condition.
MARITIME - TRANSATLANTIC & PAQUEBOT MAIL: Carton including 'North Atlantic Mail Sailings ' () by Hubbard & Winter (dust jacket with a few small tears and marks), 'Paquebot Cancellations of the World' ( & ) by Hosking & Dovey and Morris, 'Steam and the North Atlantic Mails' () by Arnell, 'Handbooks on Transatlantic Mail' (4 vols.) by Arnell, 'UK Letter.
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Royal Household Mail Glenn H Morgan [pp, MB, ] Mail from the royal residences, households and offices of Great Britain. Includes updates. North Atlantic Mail sailings,Walter Hubbard and Richard Winter, US Philatelic Classics Society, Inc., 3. United States Sea Post Cancellations Part 1, Transatlantic Routes, Edited by Philip Cockrill, Cockrill Series Booklet No 54, Published.
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item information. 10 books,classic literature published by henry atlemus, gilt decorated. $ $Seller Rating: % positive. The short-lived Baltimore Mail Line, aka Baltimore Mail Steamship Company, was primarily a mail and cargo line that also carried a limited number of tourist class passengers.
They operated only during the depression era () with regular weekly service between the Ports of Baltimore, Norfolk, Le Havre, France, and Hamburg, Germany.  The Royal Mail Steam Packets to Bermuda and the Bahamas -M H Ludington and G Osborn, Robson Lowe Ltd.
 North Atlantic Mail sailingsW Hubbard and R F Winter, US Philatelic Classics Society, Inc., Sailing from New York to Southampton takes you Eastbound across the Atlantic, passing beneath the Verrazano Bridge and alongside the Statue of Liberty. It’s an iconic image to behold, one that will stay with you long after the ocean replaces the view of Manhattan’s skyscrapers on the horizon.
Details about North Atlantic Mail Sailings, North Atlantic Mail Sailings, Item Information. Condition: UsedSeller Rating: % positive. Transatlantic crossings are passages of passengers and cargo across the Atlantic Ocean between Europe or Africa and the majority of passenger traffic is across the North Atlantic between Western Europe and North ies after the dwindling of sporadic Viking trade with Markland, a regular and lasting transatlantic trade route was established in with the Spanish West.
Sailing hot angles may work for a lightweight flyer, but it adds a lot of distance. For a heavier cruising boat it is hard to gain the increase in speed to compensate for the extra distance. Route intended. The ship’s captain has been desperately trying to sail north and east toward the Mediterranean from their position just east of Puerto Rico, but the prevailing winds in the Atlantic continued to blow the ship within miles of America!.
On the journey between South Africa and the straights of Gibraltar the ship came within a few hundred miles from making landfall in North. Complete set of four volumes plus The Papers and Gums of United States Postage Stamps,a necessary set of books for any U.S.
collector who does not already have these important books as part of his library. Estimate $ - Suggested Bid $ SOLD for $ Will close during Public Auction:. For further particulars in regard to the North Atlantic lines and the steam service generally between British and Continental and American ports the reader is referred to the appendix, and to the official advertisements of the Steamship Companies themselves, to be found at the end of the book.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL.Pilot Charts. Pilot charts are issued in 5 volumes: The "Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean" (Pub. #) covering an area from 68° N southward to 5° N and from ° W eastward to 33° E.
Approximately from the East Coast of North America, Central America, and the northern portions of South America eastward to the West Coast of Europe and Africa including the Mediterranean and North Seas.North Atlantic Mail Sailings W Hubard & R F Winter.
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