GLIDDEN & WILLIAMS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO. TO SAIL ABOUT MARCH 1, 1864. THE A 1 FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP RIVAL. CAPT. URIEL DOANE, JR. IS NOW IN BERTH WITH A PORTION OF HER CARGO ON BOARD. THOUGH NOT AN EXTREME CLIPPER, SHE IS A SHARP SHIP, AND A MOST DESIRABLE CONVEYANCE. SHE WILL CONTINUE TO RECEIVE CARGO WHILE THE "WINGED ARROW" IS LOADING, AND WILL SAIL AS ABOVE. FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE, APPLY AT CALIFORNIA PACKET OFFICE, 114 WATER STREET. Clipper Ship Card, Glidden, Williams Line.

GLIDDEN & WILLIAMS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO. TO SAIL ABOUT MARCH 1, 1864. THE A 1 FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP RIVAL. CAPT. URIEL DOANE, JR. IS NOW IN BERTH WITH A PORTION OF HER CARGO ON BOARD. THOUGH NOT AN EXTREME CLIPPER, SHE IS A SHARP SHIP, AND A MOST DESIRABLE CONVEYANCE. SHE WILL CONTINUE TO RECEIVE CARGO WHILE THE "WINGED ARROW" IS LOADING, AND WILL SAIL AS ABOVE. FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE, APPLY AT CALIFORNIA PACKET OFFICE, 114 WATER STREET.

[Boston]: Watson's Press, [1864]. 3-1/2" x 6." Printed on white card stock with gilt and red lettering, and illustration of the Glidden & Williams pennant, with red star in the middle [a chip to the star, else Very Good].

"For Freight or Passage, apply at California Packet Office, No. 114 State Street."
Clipper Ship Cards "are historically significant as the earliest form of multicolor business advertising in America. In maritime history, they represent the golden age of wooden sailing ship technology. Since each card refers to a particular vessel, each is also a document of specific history pertaining to that vessel, listing such information as sailing time, port of origin, and captain. It has been estimated that only about 3000 clipper ship cards survive today, and most of these are in institutional collections." [Greg Gibson, proprietor of Ten Pound Island Books, a leading authority on the Clipper Ship, online column September 22, 2012]. Item #36913

Price: $350.00