I recently came across a postcard in the private family collection of one of the crewmen who perished in the sinking. It was mailed from Belfast, before the Titanic was brought down to Southampton, and shows a painting of the ship passing a familiar New York landmark and is captioned 'Titanic Passing the Statue of Liberty'. The crewman noted on the back that it was rather a 'faked' image as the ship had not yet been to NY. I've asked a few of the prominent postcard image collectors if they'd ever seen anything similar, and they responded that they'd never even heard about the like.
Unfortunately I can't, Tarn. The crewman did note that he thought it rather a good likeness, evidently not caring that - in spite of the captioning labelling it the Titanic - lack of an 'A' deck screen makes it more like an image of the Olympic. Obviously he either wasn't aware of this tell-tale difference or didn't really care!
A fellow collector of mine from the mid-west owns, without a doubt one of the rarest and unique postcards (real-photo) of TITANIC...she has been launched and is en-route to the fitting out basin. A few bystanders can be seen in the foreground gawking at the immense hull. Fortunately I was gifted with a color copy of the card for my personal satisfaction...
...truly one-of-a kind.
I own a color rendering of LUSITANIA passing "Lady Liberty". It entails a wonderful message..."Frank, I wish you could be here with me, three times around this ship is one-mile". Cancelled at Queenstown on the return half of her maiden voyage.
As with the "Titanic passing the Statue of Liberty". It is obvious these cards were printed in advanced anticipation of there ultimate arrival/departure from New York...
...unfortunately this was no to be the case with TITANIC.