Lot Number: 521

(Aviation Postal History) 1925 Lemaitre & Arrachart record distance flight Etampes (Paris) to Dakar. Original celebration B&W PPC showing plane on the tarmac, pub Ligne Aeronautique de France.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: 1925 Lemaitre & Arrachart record distance flight Etampes (Paris) to Dakar. Original celebration B&W PPC showing plane on the tarmac, pub Ligne Aeronautique de France.
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Lot Number: 522

(Aviation Postal History) Henri Salmet in the cockpit of his Bleriot monoplane taken during the Daily Mail Circuit of Britain 1912, postally used B&W PPC bearing a facsimile signature of the pilot on front, and message verso.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £15.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Henri Salmet in the cockpit of his Bleriot monoplane taken during the Daily Mail Circuit of Britain 1912, postally used B&W PPC bearing a facsimile signature of the pilot on front, and message verso.
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Lot Number: 523

(Aviation Postal History) Invercargill-Auckland inauguration flight, 12/11/1931, to speed overseas deliveries to London via Sydney. Evening Standard newspaper picture, 16x12cm, showing Sqdn. Leader M.C.McGregor standing by plane to be used for the flight. Mounted on album page with text, see scan

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Invercargill-Auckland inauguration flight, 12/11/1931, to speed overseas deliveries to London via Sydney. Evening Standard newspaper picture, 16x12cm, showing Sqdn. Leader M.C.McGregor standing by plane to be used for the flight. Mounted on album page with text, see scan
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Lot Number: 524

(Aviation Postal History) lan Cobham, the Sir charles Wakefield Flight to Australia, souvenir card showing thr oute and listing the variious suppliers and manufacturers involved in the flight. Uncommon.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £50.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: lan Cobham, the Sir charles Wakefield Flight to Australia, souvenir card showing thr oute and listing the variious suppliers and manufacturers involved in the flight. Uncommon.
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Lot Number: 525

(Aviation Postal History) Lord Sempill's attempt to fly from England to Australia in 3 1/2 days, three newspaper cuttings one from Athens and the other from Karachi, also a picture of the aeroplane in which he set out from the Hanworth Aerodrome, England on 30 July 1936. Lord Sempill was a British peer and record breaking air pioneer who was later shown to have been a traitor who passed secret information to the Imperial Japanese Military before the Second World War .c120 words

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Lord Sempill's attempt to fly from England to Australia in 3 1/2 days, three newspaper cuttings one from Athens and the other from Karachi, also a picture of the aeroplane in which he set out from the Hanworth Aerodrome, England on 30 July 1936. Lord Sempill was a British peer and record breaking air pioneer who was later shown to have been a traitor who passed secret information to the Imperial Japanese Military before the Second World War .c120 words
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Lot Number: 526

(Aviation Postal History) M.M.Mortimer, Singer & Faure, flying over the port as they departed from Alger, 8/5/1909, original B&W PPC, used. Mortimer was the son of the founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Co..

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £15.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: M.M.Mortimer, Singer & Faure, flying over the port as they departed from Alger, 8/5/1909, original B&W PPC, used. Mortimer was the son of the founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Co..
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Lot Number: 527

(Aviation Postal History) Metrot flying a Voisin Biplane at Bilda aerodrome, original PPC, c 1910.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Metrot flying a Voisin Biplane at Bilda aerodrome, original PPC, c 1910.
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Lot Number: 528

(Aviation Postal History) Mr Henry Farman's non stop record flight of 17 miles from Chalons to Reims in France on the 30th of October 1908, original cutting from the Weekly Dispatch April 4, 1909. Sponsored by Phosferine 'The Greatest of All Nerve Tonics'

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Mr Henry Farman's non stop record flight of 17 miles from Chalons to Reims in France on the 30th of October 1908, original cutting from the Weekly Dispatch April 4, 1909. Sponsored by Phosferine 'The Greatest of All Nerve Tonics'
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Lot Number: 529

(Aviation Postal History) Mrs Amelia Earhart, a collection of original newspaper cuttings including her record flight across the United States in August 1932,  Mexico City to New York non-stop May 1935, Nepal to Senegal June 1937, and reports covering her attempted flight round the world from East to West from Paris, Khartoum, Karachi, Calcutta, Darwin, Melbourne and New York , attempts to trace her disappearance in the Pacific 6 July 1937, and her Times obituary 20 Jul 1937.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Mrs Amelia Earhart, a collection of original newspaper cuttings including her record flight across the United States in August 1932, Mexico City to New York non-stop May 1935, Nepal to Senegal June 1937, and reports covering her attempted flight round the world from East to West from Paris, Khartoum, Karachi, Calcutta, Darwin, Melbourne and New York , attempts to trace her disappearance in the Pacific 6 July 1937, and her Times obituary 20 Jul 1937.
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Lot Number: 530

(Aviation Postal History) Sir Alan Cobham and Air Vice Marshall standing beside the fuselage of a BSAA plane advertising 'London-Bermuda Non Stop/Flight Refuelled Service'. Original newspaper cutting, 13x10cm.

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Date: Personalities
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Sir Alan Cobham and Air Vice Marshall standing beside the fuselage of a BSAA plane advertising 'London-Bermuda Non Stop/Flight Refuelled Service'. Original newspaper cutting, 13x10cm.
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