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Postcards from Russia and Surrounds
Estonia
 
 
Postage is AU$3. world wide, regardless of quantity purchased
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Ru101
 
The Viking ship was the main type of vessell used by Scandinavians as well as by the peoples living on the Baltic, Estonians included, from the 8th until the middle of the 11 century.
 
Qty 1
                      
Au $4.80
 
 
 
Ru102
 
The "Tormilind" (Albertross"), a displacement 495 reg. tons. The most beautiful sailing-ship in Estonia.
 
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80
 
 
 
 
Ru103
 
The schooners "Delfin" (Dolphin) and "Leas". Typical Coasters in Estonia until 1940, mainly used for trasnsporting fuel (wood) and stone from the seacoasts to major towns
 
Qty 1

Au $4.80
Ru104 
 
The "Cutty Sark", a clipper, gross displacement 963 register tons, built in England in 1869. In 1885 teh "Cutty Sark" sailed from Australia to Great Britain in 67 days, this being the world record at the time
 
Qty 1

Au $5.55
 
Ru105
 
The "Azov, a Russian Battleship from the beginning of the 19th century.
 
 
Qty 1

Au $4.80
 
 
 
 
Ru106
 
Tallinn 80

Olympic Mascot card for the Russian Olympics. The sailing etc was hosted by Tallinn
 
Qty 1

Au $6.50
 
 
 
 
Ru107
 
The "Santa Maia", a carrack, the flagship of Christopher Columbus' expedition in 1492. The ship was wrecked off Haiti Islnad in the same year
 
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80
 
 
 
Ru108
 
The Light-ship "Nekmangrund", moored at the shallow of the same name, Off Hiiu Island, from 1876 until 1898. A light-ship wa on no account allowed to leave its anchorage, even in the most violent of storms.
 
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80  SOLD
  
 
 
Ru109
 
The barque "Copenhagen" built in Scotland in 1920. Gross displacement 3965 reg. tons. The ship was wrecked and lost, together with the crew, in the Atlantic in 1927.
 
Qty 1
 
Au$4.80
  
 
Ru110
 
The ice-breaker "Suur Tyll", built in Germany, in 1914. Gross displacement 2417 reg. t., the power of the three engines 5800HP. On August 28 1941, loft Tallinn for Leningrad with a caravan of ships carrying 980 ecacuees safely to their place of destination
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80
 
 
 
Ru111
 
The ferry ice-breaker "Tehumardi" built in the USSR in 1973. Gross displacement 938 reg.t., total power of three engines 3000HP. Plying between the harbours of Virsu and Kuivastu since 1974
 
 
Qty 1

Au $4.80
 
 
 
Ru112
 
The helm of a ship sunk in the estuary of the river Parnu during WWI. A seamans chest was used by sailors on board of sailing-ships for storing their personal belongings. The binnacle with the compass-kettle belonged to the steamship "Pakri", a 19th century steamer
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80
 
 
 
Ru113
 
The steamer "Eestriand" built in England in 1910. The biggest Estonian steamer from 1932 until 1939. Gross displacement 4688 reg.t. The first mother-ship of the Estonian herring-fishing fleet in 1932. In August 1941, when transporting approximately 5000 military recruits from Tallinn to Leningrad, it was hit by 2 bombs
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.80
 
  
 
Ru114
 
 
 
 
The Barque "Krusenstern" built in Germany in 1926. Gross displacement 3257 reg. t. Two auxiliary motors of the total power of 1600 HP. A training-ship of the Fishey Ministry of the USSR
 
Qty 1
 
Au$4.80
 
 
 
 
 
Ru115
 
Promo Card Estonia 1980
 
International "Star" Class
Keel Yacht. Olympic Class
Material. Timber, glass, reinforced plastic
Designer. William Gardner
 
Qty 1
 
Au $4.00
 
    Ru116
 
Airmail Postal Card
Christmas
 
 
 
 
 
Qty 1
 
Au $7.50
 
 
 
Ru117
"Fram"
 
Copywrite 1979 Eesti Raamat
 
Qty 1
 
Au $3.95

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
All of these cards are unused unless otherwise stated
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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