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Estimate: $ 1,500 - $ 2,000
CARL SALTZMANN (1847-1923) RED STAR LINE / VON ANTWERPEN NACH NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA. Circa 1893. 39 1/4x27 inches, 99 3/4x68 1/2 cm. Klingenberg, Detmold. Condition B: tear and abrasions from right edge, into central image; repaired tears, creases, abrasions and restoration in margins and image; pin holes in corners; offsetting in text at bottom. Mounted on Chartex. A very early ocean liner poster for the Red Star Line, featuring the Westernland. Built in 1883, the ship was the company's first with a steel hull, first with two funnels and first with three different classes of passenger accommodation. From 1883-1901, she sailed the route between Antwerp and Philadelphia, seen here sailing into New York, past the Statue of Liberty (officially opened in October 1886) and heading towards the Brooklyn Bridge (officially opened in May 1883). Passenger Ships 17.