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This Norwegian postcard features a ship at sea, labeled "United States." The bottom left also reads "United States" and the upper left has a Norwegian seal. The back reads "Brevkort" meaning "short letter" and the left margin says "Alex. Vincent's Kunstforlag, Enoberettiget No. 702"

I love the note on the back. It's written by a Norwegian immigrant to the United States, who is on her way back to Norway for a visit. She writes, "Dear Tena: Well how are you? Here you see the boat I'm going with. Isn't it a beauty? I'm well and injoying [sic] myself. Soon we'll be in the North Sea. I'm so glad soon we'll be in Norway. Love, Aunt Annie."

This postcard has sharp corners, but a faint semi-circular crease at the center top, and a few marks consistent with having been mailed. The postmark and stamp are Norwegian.

All postcards are shipped within 48 hours, and packaged in a protective polyethylene sleeve and sturdy recycled mailer. Please note that within the continental US, you only pay shipping for the first card you buy--all additional postcards purchased at the same time are shipped free!

Please examine the attached scans before purchasing, and let me know if you have any questions!

Ship at Sea, Vintage Norwegian Postcard, circa 1910