Red Star Line Post Cards – Set L

L1L1, No FlagL1, Red Flag     L2L2, Black FlagL2, Red Flag

L3L3, Red Flag     L4 L4     L5L5, Black FlagL5, Red Flag    L6L6, Red Flag

L7L7, No FlagL7, Black FlagL7, Red Flag L7, No Flag, Menu Top

L8L8, Black FlagL8, Red Flag     L9L9, Black FlagL9, Red Flag     L10L10, Black FlagL10, Red Flag

L11L11, Black FlagL11, Red Flag     L12L12, Black FlagRSL-Postcard-L12

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Red Star Line Postcard Publishers

The Red Star Line employed the leading companies of the day to print and publish their postcards. By 1900 the finest images were being printed using the process of chromolithography and all the early RSL sets were produced by this method.

The list of printers of the RSL art cards is impressive :-

  • O.de Rycker Brussels
  • O.de Rycker & Mendel Brussels
  • Dietrich & Co Brussels
  • Fritz Schneller Nurnberg
  • J.E.Buschmann Antwerp
  • Muhlmeister & Johler Hamburg
  • E.Stockmans & Co. Antwerp
  • J.L.Goffart Brussels
  • American Litho Co. New York
  • J.E.Goossens Brussels

The majority of the Cassiers cards came from two of these. Dietrich were responsible for his watercolours of landscapes, coastal scenes and city scenes while his graphic art nouveau seascapes, for which he was most famous, were printed by de Rycker & Mendel.