|Our old postcards of US Warships date from the early 20th century to World War II. We
recommend that you follow this link for a comprehensive list of US Navy vessels up to 1941.
|USS Ilinois. Two more postcards of this ship
|As is common in many navies, over the years there have been several ships which have carried on a particular name - for example
there have been at least 7 USS Alabamas. We have tried to ensure that the links from each of our postcards are to the correct ship,
but because of the many alterations to the superstructures of these vessels this has sometimes proved difficult. If you spot any
mistakes, please email us ! Thanks !
|We have created some US Postage
Stamps from many of the postcards
on this - and other - pages. These are
available for sale in various
denominations on Zazzle - to see and
buy these stamps, follow this link, or
click on the stamp.
|Another postcard of the "Georgia".
|USS Texas at San Jacinto, Houston.
|Two more postcards of the "Illinois".
|Two postcards of the USS Iowa.
|A second postcard of the "Kansas".
|Two views of the "New Hampshire".
|Two postcards of the USS Ohio.
|USS Pennsylvania - two postcards. In 1912 she was renamed "Pittsburg" to free the name "Pennsylvania" for a new battleship.
|USS Tennessee. She was later renamed "Memphis".
|Two more postcards of the "Virginia".
|Two postcards of USS Wyoming.
|Postcards of the Past
|In conjunction with Zazzle, we have
produced an extensive range of gifts,
using images from these old
postcards. The items available
include many reproduction postcards,
coffee mugs, greetings cards, key
chains, fridge magnets, watches etc.
Many images on these pages have a
direct link to a reproduction postcard
- just click on the image to see and
buy it ! (They are only about $1 each
!) Or, to view more gifts - including
some US Postage Stamps - based on
our old postcards of US Warships,
follow this link.
|More Old Postcards
Actresses Aircraft Animals Authors Birds Butterflies Comic Composers Erotic Film Stars Fish Glamour
Military Politicians Popes Royalty Ships Sport Trains US Presidents
|Two old postcards of the USS Rhode Island.