S.S. Tunisian

Reference Number:- Godden Number:- Sprake Number:- Radley Number:-
gc 415 not recorded No Postcards listed by Sprake not recorded

Colour image of ship
the image of this postcard was kindly donated by a Member of the Stevengraph Collectors Association

Woven on Silk:-

[image of ship, with two masts, both with flags,
and a red, white and black funnel]

Printed at bottom of card:-
cm long by cm deep

cm long by cm deep

Grant postcards usually have printed card designs, although it is now believed they also made two variety of embossed ship and Hands Across The Sea postcards.

The first of these variations has been identified from the recorded silk of R.M.S. Caronia {gc408 on this site}. This has the Grant name printed on the card, and has a distinctive embossing around the silk together with an anchor design in each corner with regional variations of the thistle and shamrock.

As the card above has the same distinctive anchor design in each corner of the silk, there can be no doubt this card was made by GRANT.

As mentioned above, whilst the card mount of this postcard is a genuine Grant, the actual woven silk is identical to that mounted in a Stevens postcard, RMS Tunisian, and it is unknown who woven this actually silk.

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