I will give a hint: it spent the better part of its life as a coast guard vessel.
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The fun of those old postcards is that they are all the same, only the direction the smoke plume is going differs
Always a crowd on the Quay, as the ships were mostly going to the east (hence the white colour , and the sun-tent on the rear deck).
The most renowned of the cruisers was Gelderland, taking Kruger to Europe after the Boer-war. Getting a second life as German anti-aircraft ship in WWII (under the name of Niobe).
The other five were less famous, and were shorter lived.
Here's the next. Not too difficult, I think
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