Restored and resized version. (most other versions of this advertisement you will find are crooked, especiaaly at the bottom.
Vintage 1920 travel advert by the Anchor Line for trips to Londonderry and Belfast, title Come to Ulster.
Main colours (colors): green, yellow, blue, purple.
The Anchor Line was a transatlantic steamship company founded in 1856 and acquired by Cunard Line in 1911.
Ulster is one of the four provinces of Ireland, located in the north of the island. Northern Ireland is often referred to as 'Ulster', despite including only six of Ulster's nine counties. This usage is most common amongst people in Northern Ireland who are unionist, although it is also used by the media throughout the United Kingdom. Some people, mainly Irish nationalists, object to this use of the term.