Lot Number: 340

(Ephemera) The British Forces, Azores 1944, a beautiful Christmas and New Year card containing a commemoration in memory of Sir Richard Grenville  who died at the Battle of Flores in the Azores in 1591, fighting against overwhelming odds, and refusing to surrender his ship under attack from  53 Spanish war ships. See image.

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Date: Other collateral items
Est. price: £40.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: The British Forces, Azores 1944, a beautiful Christmas and New Year card containing a commemoration in memory of Sir Richard Grenville who died at the Battle of Flores in the Azores in 1591, fighting against overwhelming odds, and refusing to surrender his ship under attack from 53 Spanish war ships. See image.
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Lot Number: 356

(Ephemera) Do X flying over the harbour at Rio de Janeiro June 1931, classic B&W photocard. Verso dual censored correspondence 20/5/1944 New York bearing two Brazil and one US censor marks. Image.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £30.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Do X flying over the harbour at Rio de Janeiro June 1931, classic B&W photocard. Verso dual censored correspondence 20/5/1944 New York bearing two Brazil and one US censor marks. Image.
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Lot Number: 324

(Ephemera) Short S-30c 'Champion', repro of beautiful multocoloured IAW poster by Colin Ashford showing plane G-AFCT taxiing, See scan.

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Date: Flying Boats
Est. price: £18.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Short S-30c 'Champion', repro of beautiful multocoloured IAW poster by Colin Ashford showing plane G-AFCT taxiing, See scan.
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Lot Number: 365

(Ephemera) DE Havilland DH89, G-AGS, in BEA livery, an original unused B&W photocard showing plane on tarmac alongside hangar. Guernsey 5p stamp canc FDI 4/7/73 neatly affixed in lower RH corner. Attractive and unusual item.

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Date: Picture postcards
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: DE Havilland DH89, G-AGS, in BEA livery, an original unused B&W photocard showing plane on tarmac alongside hangar. Guernsey 5p stamp canc FDI 4/7/73 neatly affixed in lower RH corner. Attractive and unusual item.
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Lot Number: 316

(Ephemera) Daily Mail Waterplane Circuit, 1912, original B&W photocard showing 70 H.P Henry Farman waterplane on beach.

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Date: Flying Boats
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Daily Mail Waterplane Circuit, 1912, original B&W photocard showing 70 H.P Henry Farman waterplane on beach.
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Lot Number: 367

(Ephemera) Graham White head and shoulders inset on original B&W photocard showing 70 H.P Henry Farman waterplane on beach.

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Date: Picture postcards
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Graham White head and shoulders inset on original B&W photocard showing 70 H.P Henry Farman waterplane on beach.
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Lot Number: 333

(Ephemera) BEA Paris-London  Viking crash London airport, 1st November 1950. B&W photograph of Alice Steen, the flight air stewardess in uniform. She was one of only tow survivors, Nierink #501031. Also her cap badge and brevit which she is wearing in the photograph.

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Date: Other collateral items
Est. price: £50.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Paris-London Viking crash London airport, 1st November 1950. B&W photograph of Alice Steen, the flight air stewardess in uniform. She was one of only tow survivors, Nierink #501031. Also her cap badge and brevit which she is wearing in the photograph.
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Lot Number: 335

(Ephemera) BEA, 25 years of service tie, fine.

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Date: Other collateral items
Est. price: £15.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA, 25 years of service tie, fine.
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Lot Number: 334

(Ephemera) BEA Stewardesses silk scarf, c1952, fine

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Date: Other collateral items
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Stewardesses silk scarf, c1952, fine
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Lot Number: 347

(Ephemera) BEA 'Elizabethan' class G-ALZN, in flight, original B&W photocard, 14x9cm.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA 'Elizabethan' class G-ALZN, in flight, original B&W photocard, 14x9cm.
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Lot Number: 345

(Ephemera) BEA Armstrong Whitworth Argosy (G-AOZZ) pressurised turbo prop in flight, used B&W photocard, c1960, 14x9cm.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Armstrong Whitworth Argosy (G-AOZZ) pressurised turbo prop in flight, used B&W photocard, c1960, 14x9cm.
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Lot Number: 346

(Ephemera) BEA DC3 on the tarmac, original B&W Aircraft Photograph,14x9cm.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA DC3 on the tarmac, original B&W Aircraft Photograph,14x9cm.
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Lot Number: 348

(Ephemera) BEA Vickers Viking, G-AJBY, on the tarmac, original B&W Aircraft Photograph,14x9cm.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Vickers Viking, G-AJBY, on the tarmac, original B&W Aircraft Photograph,14x9cm.
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Lot Number: 349

(Ephemera) BEA Viscount 802, G-ADJA, in flight, original B&W photograph,14xi9cm, published by Aircraft Photographs.

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Date: Photographs
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Viscount 802, G-ADJA, in flight, original B&W photograph,14xi9cm, published by Aircraft Photographs.
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Lot Number: 363

(Ephemera) BEA Dakota on the  ground, original B&W photocard,14x9cm, published by Pamlin 1947.

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Date: Picture postcards
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BEA Dakota on the ground, original B&W photocard,14x9cm, published by Pamlin 1947.
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Lot Number: 286

(Tanganyika) Wilson Airways, Dar es Salaam to Tanga, bs 22/11, airmail cover franked 35c, violet framed 'Feeder Service, bearing six signatures including three well known Wilson Airways pilots, WM Bawden, AN Francombe and A Noon, also ? CF Morris, FD Winglet and C Swynnerton the world famous tsetse fly scientist  who died in a de Havilland Leopard Moth plane crash four years later on 8 June 1938. Accompanying this cover is a newspaper cutting reporting the accident and that WM Bawden, the pilot was also killed. Exlaining six signatures on an apparently routine internal air cover flown four years earlier, including those of three well known  pilots and a world famous scientist who all worked in Tanganyika, will not only be an exciting challenge but one which, if successful, will likely add significant value to this unusual item.

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Date: 1934, Nov 22
Est. price: £200.00
Category: Tanganyika

Description: Wilson Airways, Dar es Salaam to Tanga, bs 22/11, airmail cover franked 35c, violet framed 'Feeder Service, bearing six signatures including three well known Wilson Airways pilots, WM Bawden, AN Francombe and A Noon, also ? CF Morris, FD Winglet and C Swynnerton the world famous tsetse fly scientist who died in a de Havilland Leopard Moth plane crash four years later on 8 June 1938. Accompanying this cover is a newspaper cutting reporting the accident and that WM Bawden, the pilot was also killed. Exlaining six signatures on an apparently routine internal air cover flown four years earlier, including those of three well known pilots and a world famous scientist who all worked in Tanganyika, will not only be an exciting challenge but one which, if successful, will likely add significant value to this unusual item.
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Lot Number: 259

(Ship to Shore) Sir Alan Cobham demonstration flight from SS Homeric at sea to Battery Point, New York City, flown and IINITIALLED BY SIR ALAN COBHAM, printed souvenir cover bears cachet "First Air Mail to arrive in New York from the East". Illustrated p 1545 AAMC. Scarce item in fine condition, mounted on album leaf, see scan..

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Date: 1926, Nov 25
Est. price: £125.00
Category: Ship to Shore

Description: Sir Alan Cobham demonstration flight from SS Homeric at sea to Battery Point, New York City, flown and IINITIALLED BY SIR ALAN COBHAM, printed souvenir cover bears cachet "First Air Mail to arrive in New York from the East". Illustrated p 1545 AAMC. Scarce item in fine condition, mounted on album leaf, see scan..
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Lot Number: 252

(Scarce and Unusual Routings) South West Africa to Italy, WINDHOEK TO MILAN, 8/4, flown by SWAA to Kimberley, then by IMPERIAL AIRWAYS AFRICAN service AN 108 which left  Jo'burg 30/3 arriving Kisumu 2/4 on 'C.Karachi', Cairo 5/4 on 'Horsa', and Brindisi 7/4 on 'Satyrus' where carriage by air was terminated and airmail etiquette cancelled by ms red cross (Jusqu'a). On by rail to Milan bs 8/4. Plain cover, ms 'Per Luftpost', bears attractive multicoloured advertising vignette verso, FRANKED 1/- air rate. Attractive item, ex Proud.

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Date: 1933, Mar 28
Est. price: £45.00
Category: Scarce and Unusual Routings

Description: South West Africa to Italy, WINDHOEK TO MILAN, 8/4, flown by SWAA to Kimberley, then by IMPERIAL AIRWAYS AFRICAN service AN 108 which left Jo'burg 30/3 arriving Kisumu 2/4 on 'C.Karachi', Cairo 5/4 on 'Horsa', and Brindisi 7/4 on 'Satyrus' where carriage by air was terminated and airmail etiquette cancelled by ms red cross (Jusqu'a). On by rail to Milan bs 8/4. Plain cover, ms 'Per Luftpost', bears attractive multicoloured advertising vignette verso, FRANKED 1/- air rate. Attractive item, ex Proud.
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Lot Number: 243

(Recovered/Salvaged) BOAC B377 Stratocruiser crash at Prestwick, UK, en route from England to Florida, stampless OHMS/Post Office ambulance envelope addressed to Miami Beach, bearing a fine strike purple boxed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Prestwick 25-12-54" cachet, Ni 541225a. Image.

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Date: 1954, Dec 25
Est. price: £-5.00
Category: Recovered/Salvaged

Description: BOAC B377 Stratocruiser crash at Prestwick, UK, en route from England to Florida, stampless OHMS/Post Office ambulance envelope addressed to Miami Beach, bearing a fine strike purple boxed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Prestwick 25-12-54" cachet, Ni 541225a. Image.
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Lot Number: 155

(GB Internal) BEA Scottish Division, cover Paisley, Scotland to Birmingham, flown from Renfrew Airport, no arrival ds, franked 2 1/2d, tied by Paisley 14 Mar 1947 machine cancel, two new scarce black circular "British European Airways/Air Letter Service/Scottish Division" cachets introduced on the absorption of Scottish airways into BEA. Note inside says if not delivered return to Francis Field Ltd.This is much scarcer than the earlier 'Scottish Airways/Airletter Service' cachet. See p9, Lister P.

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Date: 1947, Mar 14
Est. price: £50.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: BEA Scottish Division, cover Paisley, Scotland to Birmingham, flown from Renfrew Airport, no arrival ds, franked 2 1/2d, tied by Paisley 14 Mar 1947 machine cancel, two new scarce black circular "British European Airways/Air Letter Service/Scottish Division" cachets introduced on the absorption of Scottish airways into BEA. Note inside says if not delivered return to Francis Field Ltd.This is much scarcer than the earlier 'Scottish Airways/Airletter Service' cachet. See p9, Lister P.
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Lot Number: 154

(GB Internal) Stornaway to Glasgow, cover bearing the new 'British European Airways' cachet introduced when BEA took over this service from Scottish Airways on 20/2/47 and which replaced the previous 'Scottish Airways' cachet. No datestamp, but 'Stornoway/BAM 726/Glasgow/Fef 1947' is written in Francis Field's hand on the back and is addressed to Miss M Baldwin (? NC Baldwin), Birmingham. So a likely first day use of new cachet. Covers bearing this cachet are scarce.

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Date: 1947, Feb 20
Est. price: £40.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Stornaway to Glasgow, cover bearing the new 'British European Airways' cachet introduced when BEA took over this service from Scottish Airways on 20/2/47 and which replaced the previous 'Scottish Airways' cachet. No datestamp, but 'Stornoway/BAM 726/Glasgow/Fef 1947' is written in Francis Field's hand on the back and is addressed to Miss M Baldwin (? NC Baldwin), Birmingham. So a likely first day use of new cachet. Covers bearing this cachet are scarce.
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Lot Number: 156

(GB Internal) Signed BEA All-Up service, Stornoway to Inverness, bs 16/2,  red/white "First Flight/Inverness-Stornoway/16 Feb 1948" imprint corner cover with red st. line 'Inverness-Stornoway' imprint,  Believed only 25 flown. Signed by pilot Captain E. Starling.

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Date: 1948, Feb 16
Est. price: £85.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Signed BEA All-Up service, Stornoway to Inverness, bs 16/2, red/white "First Flight/Inverness-Stornoway/16 Feb 1948" imprint corner cover with red st. line 'Inverness-Stornoway' imprint, Believed only 25 flown. Signed by pilot Captain E. Starling.
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Lot Number: 158

(GB Internal) A rare first BEA 'All Up' service, Isle of Tiree (the most westerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland) to Glasgow, plain cover franked 2 2/2d canc Scarnish/Isle of Tiree 14 Jne 1948, large violet "BEA/First 'All Up' Mail/Renfrew-Tiree/14 June 1948" with a map of the islands. Beith states"little mail is known from the first day as the service was not well publicised". He reports the outgoing flight, and having seen one item of mail from that flight with a red commemorative cachet, see Beith R, Scottish Air Mails 1919-1979, p22 and the illustration of the red cachet on the same page. But he makes no mention of a return flight, or any mail from therefrom. A truly scarce item, and a must for the gold medal exhibit.

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Date: 1948, Jun 14
Est. price: £250.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: A rare first BEA 'All Up' service, Isle of Tiree (the most westerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland) to Glasgow, plain cover franked 2 2/2d canc Scarnish/Isle of Tiree 14 Jne 1948, large violet "BEA/First 'All Up' Mail/Renfrew-Tiree/14 June 1948" with a map of the islands. Beith states"little mail is known from the first day as the service was not well publicised". He reports the outgoing flight, and having seen one item of mail from that flight with a red commemorative cachet, see Beith R, Scottish Air Mails 1919-1979, p22 and the illustration of the red cachet on the same page. But he makes no mention of a return flight, or any mail from therefrom. A truly scarce item, and a must for the gold medal exhibit.
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Lot Number: 159

(GB Internal) A truly RARE first BEA 'All Up' service, Renfrew Airport, Glasgow to the Isle of Tiree, the most westerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, plain cover franked 2 2/2d canc Glasgow 14 June 1948, large red "BEA/First 'All Up' Mail/Renfrew-Tiree/14 June 1948 with map of the islands. Beith states"little mail is known from the first day as the service was not well publicised". He reports having seen only ONE item of mail from this service. This was from this the outgoing flight , and it bore a red commemorative cachet (see Beith R, Scottish Air Mails 1919-1979, p22 and the illustration of the red cachet on the same page). Also a map, 10x5cm showing the route.  All mounted on album leaf.

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Date: 1948, Jun 14
Est. price: £100.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: A truly RARE first BEA 'All Up' service, Renfrew Airport, Glasgow to the Isle of Tiree, the most westerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, plain cover franked 2 2/2d canc Glasgow 14 June 1948, large red "BEA/First 'All Up' Mail/Renfrew-Tiree/14 June 1948 with map of the islands. Beith states"little mail is known from the first day as the service was not well publicised". He reports having seen only ONE item of mail from this service. This was from this the outgoing flight , and it bore a red commemorative cachet (see Beith R, Scottish Air Mails 1919-1979, p22 and the illustration of the red cachet on the same page). Also a map, 10x5cm showing the route. All mounted on album leaf.
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Lot Number: 164

(GB Internal) Rare BEA first scheduled passenger service, Dundee to Glasgow, Wotherspoon cover franked 4d POA Paisley 5 Jly 1966 cds, typed  'First Scheduled Passenger/ Service/ Dundee to Glasgow', signed by the pilot and the Lord Provost. Verso "No 4 of 12 flown" and signed J. Wotherspoon.

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Date: 1966, Jul 5
Est. price: £100.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Rare BEA first scheduled passenger service, Dundee to Glasgow, Wotherspoon cover franked 4d POA Paisley 5 Jly 1966 cds, typed 'First Scheduled Passenger/ Service/ Dundee to Glasgow', signed by the pilot and the Lord Provost. Verso "No 4 of 12 flown" and signed J. Wotherspoon.
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Lot Number: 161

(GB Internal) London to Southampton, official cover franked FDI BEA 9d, cachet "Increase in Airway Letter Rate/ 1 Sept 1954", POA, BEA, carried by helicopter..

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Date: 1954, Sep 1
Est. price: £12.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: London to Southampton, official cover franked FDI BEA 9d, cachet "Increase in Airway Letter Rate/ 1 Sept 1954", POA, BEA, carried by helicopter..
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Lot Number: 162

(GB Internal) Southampton to London, official cover franked FDI BEA 9d, cachet "Increase in Airway Letter Rate/ 1 Sept 1954", POA, BEA.

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Date: 1954, Sep 1
Est. price: £10.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Southampton to London, official cover franked FDI BEA 9d, cachet "Increase in Airway Letter Rate/ 1 Sept 1954", POA, BEA.
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Lot Number: 160

(GB Internal) First day BEA 8d crest in shield label, official cover flown Birmingham-Belfast, franked QEII 2 1/2d, 8d label tied by BEA Birmingham dated depart cachet, posted on arrival in Belfast.

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Date: 1953, Nov 25
Est. price: £10.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: First day BEA 8d crest in shield label, official cover flown Birmingham-Belfast, franked QEII 2 1/2d, 8d label tied by BEA Birmingham dated depart cachet, posted on arrival in Belfast.
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Lot Number: 163

(GB Internal) British European Airways Airways letter labels, 9th issue. Two covers, each bearing the one shilling issue, flown from London to Jersey on the 5th of October 1961 with the company's cache and a letter stamp destination in black and in purple.

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Date: 1961, Oct 5
Est. price: £20.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: British European Airways Airways letter labels, 9th issue. Two covers, each bearing the one shilling issue, flown from London to Jersey on the 5th of October 1961 with the company's cache and a letter stamp destination in black and in purple.
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Lot Number: 149

(GB Internal) F/F New RAS Contract following the expiry of the Hillman AW contract, first flight Glasgow to London, plain cover, franked 1 1/2d, addressed to the Company offices, and bearing the Company's official green framed two line "Railway Air Services Ltd/Airway Terminus, Victoria,SW!/2 Dec 1935" receiving cachet. Signed by pilot Capt E.F.Finnegan.

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Date: 1935, Dec 2
Est. price: £20.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: F/F New RAS Contract following the expiry of the Hillman AW contract, first flight Glasgow to London, plain cover, franked 1 1/2d, addressed to the Company offices, and bearing the Company's official green framed two line "Railway Air Services Ltd/Airway Terminus, Victoria,SW!/2 Dec 1935" receiving cachet. Signed by pilot Capt E.F.Finnegan.
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Lot Number: 144

(GB Internal) Cover flown on Zucker's first trial rocket flight on the Sussex Downs, bearing blue 1934 Apex vignette overprinted red for the rocket post, hand stamped with the trial firing cachet in black , red machine postmark  Brighton 6 June 1934. Signed by Gerhard Zucker.

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Date: 1934, Jun 6
Est. price: £45.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Cover flown on Zucker's first trial rocket flight on the Sussex Downs, bearing blue 1934 Apex vignette overprinted red for the rocket post, hand stamped with the trial firing cachet in black , red machine postmark Brighton 6 June 1934. Signed by Gerhard Zucker.
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Lot Number: 157

(GB Internal) Inauguration first helicopter-operated public mail service, Peterborough to Great Yarmouth, BEA official souvenir cover.

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Date: 1948, Jun 1
Est. price: £10.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Inauguration first helicopter-operated public mail service, Peterborough to Great Yarmouth, BEA official souvenir cover.
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Lot Number: 145

(GB Internal) Railway Air Service, a rare first flight, Douglas to Birmingham via Manchester, bs Birmingham 21 Aug 34, flown to Manchester on the first day of the service, then by rail to Birmingham, an official cover franked KGV 1 1/2d and postmarked 'Douglas Isle of Man/ 10am/20 Aug 1934', typed "By Air from Isle of Man to Birmingham". According to Redgrove, p61, flown Douglas-Manchester covers are very rare due to an error made by RAS officials at Douglas, who posted the bulk of the souvenir mail after the plane had left for Manchester. These bear a 4pm postmark. Only a handful were posted in time for the flight - these are postmarked 10am. Only 10 such are known and even fewer have back stamps.

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Date: 1934, Aug 20
Est. price: £75.00
Category: GB Internal

Description: Railway Air Service, a rare first flight, Douglas to Birmingham via Manchester, bs Birmingham 21 Aug 34, flown to Manchester on the first day of the service, then by rail to Birmingham, an official cover franked KGV 1 1/2d and postmarked 'Douglas Isle of Man/ 10am/20 Aug 1934', typed "By Air from Isle of Man to Birmingham". According to Redgrove, p61, flown Douglas-Manchester covers are very rare due to an error made by RAS officials at Douglas, who posted the bulk of the souvenir mail after the plane had left for Manchester. These bear a 4pm postmark. Only a handful were posted in time for the flight - these are postmarked 10am. Only 10 such are known and even fewer have back stamps.
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Lot Number: 134

(GB External) BEA  Trident F/F London to Frankfurt, arrival ds on front, souvenir cachet cover. Image.

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Date: 1964, May 1
Est. price: £10.00
Category: GB External

Description: BEA Trident F/F London to Frankfurt, arrival ds on front, souvenir cachet cover. Image.
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Lot Number: 135

(GB External) BEA Trident F/F, London to Madrid, official cover, b/s, POA, BEA

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Date: 1971, Mar 11
Est. price: £12.00
Category: GB External

Description: BEA Trident F/F, London to Madrid, official cover, b/s, POA, BEA
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Lot Number: 390

(Reference Material) BEA, First Flight Covers and Airway Letter Labels, Catalogue and Price List, 1953-1970, covering 222 flights, 12 label issues, and changes in letter rates, 8pp.

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Date: Reference material
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Reference Material

Description: BEA, First Flight Covers and Airway Letter Labels, Catalogue and Price List, 1953-1970, covering 222 flights, 12 label issues, and changes in letter rates, 8pp.
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Lot Number: 312

(Ephemera) Collection: LAKER AIRWAYS 1966-1982 ephemera, gone but not forgotten.  Evocative collection of ephemera including flight engineer's contract of employment, salaries of pilots, engineers and navigators at that time, letter of commendation to employee SIGNED BY FREDIE LAKER, 1981 timetable and fares GB-USA, self build model of Laker DC10, 4 passenger tickets, ppc DC10 and B&W photo of BAC 111, flight engineers Laker cap badge and brevet, and International Caribbean Airways cap badge and brevet. (15 items).

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £50.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: LAKER AIRWAYS 1966-1982 ephemera, gone but not forgotten. Evocative collection of ephemera including flight engineer's contract of employment, salaries of pilots, engineers and navigators at that time, letter of commendation to employee SIGNED BY FREDIE LAKER, 1981 timetable and fares GB-USA, self build model of Laker DC10, 4 passenger tickets, ppc DC10 and B&W photo of BAC 111, flight engineers Laker cap badge and brevet, and International Caribbean Airways cap badge and brevet. (15 items).
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Lot Number: 303

(Ephemera) Collection: BEA 1946-64 five unused PPC's.

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: BEA 1946-64 five unused PPC's.
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Lot Number: 306

(Ephemera) Collection: BEA, 22 timetables, all different, fine.

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £60.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: BEA, 22 timetables, all different, fine.
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Lot Number: 304

(Ephemera) Collection: BEA 24 luggage labels (15 different), all fine.

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £30.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: BEA 24 luggage labels (15 different), all fine.
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Lot Number: 308

(Ephemera) Collection: BRITISH MIDLAND AIRWAYS 1938-2012, fine collection of ephemera (28 items) including 10 timetables, 12 PPC of company planes, original B&W photos of BEA Viscount and BEA G-BAPD Vanguard, 2 FFC's , and pilot's cap badge and wings. See scans.

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £40.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: BRITISH MIDLAND AIRWAYS 1938-2012, fine collection of ephemera (28 items) including 10 timetables, 12 PPC of company planes, original B&W photos of BEA Viscount and BEA G-BAPD Vanguard, 2 FFC's , and pilot's cap badge and wings. See scans.
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Lot Number: 305

(Ephemera) Collection: BEA, 19 baggage labels

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Date: Collections
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Collection: BEA, 19 baggage labels
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