|Title||Norway. Stamps Sc. 312 on letter, sent from MS “Finnmarken”-Hurtigruten ships. The letter canceled in Trondheim on 25.01.1953 and sent to Denmark.|
|Description||MS Finnmarken (call sign LLRY) is a Norwegian coastal ship owned and operated by Hurtigruten ASA. It was built in 2002 at Kværner Kleven, Ulsteinvik, Norway, and cost around 750 million Norwegian Kroner (nok). It was part of the Hurtigruten coastal route from 2002 to 2009. In 2010 it was leased as a hotel ship in Australia. The ship returned to Norway in 2012 and is now a part of the coastal route travelling between Bergen and Kirkenes.
MS Finnmarken is the third Hurtigruten ship with this name. Previous ships were DS “Finmarken” from 1912 and MS Finnmarken from 1956, which is currently part of the Hurtigruten museum in Stokmarknes, Norway.
Stamps Sc. 312 – King Haakon VII
Special envelop – MS “Finnmarken”-Hurtigruten ships
|Used/Unused||Circular Cancellation– Trondheim, 25.01.1953|