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H.C.C. Christensen

[Flag of H.C.C. Christensen] image by Neale Rosanoski

H.C.C. Christensen. The company as shown by Brown (Wedge 1926) is H.C. Christensen with the "M" presumably coming from the port of Marstal, and the flag is white with the red letters "H.C.C." over "M". It is also shown by Lloyds (1912) though Talbot-Booth (1936) in his WW2 books brings in an association with Alfr. Petersen of Marstal indicating that he may have become owner or operator for what he shows as A/S H.C. Christensens Dampskibsselskab, the flag being still shown though without a dot after the "M".
Neale Rosanoski, 10 February 2005


John Christensen Jespergaard

[Flag of John Christensen Jespergaard] image by Jarig Bakker, 14 February 2006

John Christensen Jespergaard, Aeroskobing - horizontal blue-red-white-red-blue flag; in center red "JCJ".
Source: Loughran (1995)
Jarig Bakker, 14 February 2006


T.C. Christensen & Co.

[Flag of T.C. Christensen & Co.] image by Phil Nelson, 24 June 2000

based on Stewart and Styring's Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963


Christian Andresen (Dampsk. Dania), Copenhagen

[Flag of Christian Andresen (Dampsk. Dania)] image by Jarig Bakker

A diagonally divided red and green; in center white rectangle. (probably a Lauritzen connection).
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels (Wedge 1926)
Jarig Bakker, 19 December 2004

[Flag of Christian Andresen (Dampsk. Dania)] image by Ivan Sache

Chr. Andresen. Lloyds 1904 shows 3 companies having the same flag with their funnels only differentiating by the letters on the bands. They comprised V. Greibe operating Dampskibs "Jylland", J. Lauritzen operating Damskibs "Vesterhavet" and Christian Andresen operating Damskibs "Dania". The only obvious connection is that they are all shown based in Esjberg. The first named seems to have been of very short duration but the others relocated Copenhagen and around the 1930s (Brown 1934 shows the change although Talbot-Booth does not do so until the 1940s) Andresen changed their flag to red with a narrow white bend bearing a red "D". After WW2 it is shown as A.R. & C.R. Andresen but seems to have gone out of business around the end of the 1950s.
Neale Rosanoski, 27 January 2005


Christiani & Nielsen A/S

[Flag of Christiani & Nielsen A/S] image by Jarig Bakker, 29 November 2005

Christiani & Nielsen A/S, Copenhagen - white flag, red circle, containing red "C", containing red "N".
Source: Loughran (1995)
Jarig Bakker
, 29 November 2005


C. Clausen

[Flag of C.Clausen] image by Phil Nelson, 24 June 2000

based on Stewart and Styring's Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963


P.F. Cleeman Shipping ApS (Aabenraa)

[Flag of P.F. Cleeman Shipping ApS] image by Ivan Sache, based on Joseph Nüsse website

White flag with the Danish national flag in canton and the letters P.F.C. in the middle.
Ivan Sache
, 15 September 2002


Clipper Denmark A/S (Hurnlebaek)

[Flag of Clipper Denmark A/S] image by Ivan Sache, based on Joseph Nüsse website

White flag with an oval blue C in the middle.
Ivan Sache
, 15 September 2002


A/S Det Compagnie Oversöiske, Copenhagen

[Flag of A/S Det Compagnie Oversöiske, Copenhagen] image by Jarig Bakker

A red flag, white disk, red swastika. (I guess this is an overseas company, trading (f.i.) in India).
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels (Wedge 1926)
Jarig Bakker, 19 December 2004


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