6 Cards

Publisher: O deRycker & Mendell, Brussels

Artist: Henri Cassiers

Print Type: Chromolithography

Earliest Known Use: 3th July 1908, H3 Menu, SS Kroonland

Latest Known Use: 20th August 1922 H6 Postmark Written on board SS Lapland


  • H1 – Liner and fishing boat
  • H2 – Captain and crew on open bridge
  • H3 – Liner and sailing barge
  • H4 – Liner and tugs
  • H5 – Girls watching liner
  • H6 – Liner and pilot boat


3 printings. The first two printings came from the Un-Divided Back (UDB) era while the third printing used Divided Back (DB) cards

  • Printing 1 (UDB) showed line and two routes data in red/brown text
  • Printing 2 (UDB) showed the same information in blue text
  • Printing 3 (DB) showed no text on the image and only the RSL pennant on a red disc
RSL-Postcard-H-Back (Undivided)
H Set, Undivided Back (UDB)
H Set, Divided Back (DB)