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Miscellaneous

  • Antique Aircraft Auction Catalog - 1990

     Seven pages typed (no illus).  Over 300 items listed including a few realized prices penned in (Curtiss JN4 @ $100,000).  Wide variety of items including many OX5 engines and parts.  I salivate when I read this and wonder why I did not attend!  Excellent.

    $5.00
    $5.00
    21-CAT-139
  • Air Trails Flight Calculator - circa 1940

     Stiff card rotating circular calculator printed both sides, 4" diameter.  Copyright date of 1940 on the reverse.  Excellent, unused.

    $10.00
    $10.00
    21-MISC-55
  • Early WWII Recruiting Flyer - 1940

     Famous "Wings Over America" U.S. Army Air Corps image on front of this four-fold.  Open 9.5x12.5", closed 4.75x6.25". First-fold pages urge young men to enlist, back has the rubber stamp of a recruiting station in Colorado Springs. Inside is a full-page photo collage of B-17s over New York, a winter-suited pilot and two photos of a mechanics school.  Publication date is Dec 1940.  Excellent. A very desireable recruiting piece.

    $30.00
    $30.00
    21-POST-57
  • Six First-Flight Envelopes, Birmingham, Alabama - 1936

     All #10 envelopes from the same sender and with "First Flight Air Mail Service/Birmingham, ALA/Atlanta-New Orleans Route" rubber stamps on each.  Several addressees are to the Standard Fruit and Steamship Co., Honduras.  All are postmarked May 1-2, 1936.  About good condition.

    $12.00
    $12.00
    21-MISC-54
  • Early Casper Wyoming Flying School Letter & Envelope - 1920

     Stock Aviation and Training School had the Curtiss franchise for the Wyoming Territory.  Both the envelope and letter have the same photo of a Curtiss biplane.  The letter is handwritten in ink and the author speaks to getting cheated and seeking revenge!  The envelope was roughly opened at the right edge and the letter has a hole.  Otherwise good. 

    $18.00
    $18.00
    21-MISC-53
  • Cincinnati "Albatross Birdmen News" Inaugural Issues - 1936/37

     Three issues of this fledgling aviation club, each 8.5x11", mimeographed, stapled.  Vol I, Copy I, Oct 1, 1936, 6pp.  Vol II, Copy I, Jan 1937, 4pp. Vol II, Copy II, May 1937, 3pp.  Likely these are the first three issues of this flying club with a glider and a powered aircraft based at Parks Watson Airport.  Content includes member news, contest results, aircraft news, etc.  It's likely this is a unique offering as I imagine very few of these newsletters have survived over the last 82 years. Very good; Vol I Copy I at the top of the first page was smeared in production.

    $30.00
    $30.00
    21-MAG-77
  • Spartan School of Aviation Mailing - 1936/37

     Four letters dated 1936/37 to a prospective student, a Sep 1937 newsletter and a recruiting broadside all contained in a #10 envelope.  Very good.

    $15.00
    $15.00
    21-MISC-52
  • Four Decals/Stickers - 1968 to 1980

     EAA Rockford '68 decal (6x4"), two 1968 Champion EAA International Fly-In Decals (each 2.5x2"), 1980 AAA Decal for a p[articipant (3x5"), EAA decal w/no date (3x4").  All unused, very good.

    $12.00
    $12.00
    21-MISC-51
  • Lincoln Airplane & Flying School Mailing - 1936

     Lincoln Nebraska school mailing including an introduction letter, school brochure and other misc materials.  All contained in a #10 envelope.  Letter is dated Dec 1, 1936.  Very good, unused as received. SOLD

    $0.00
    $0.00
    21-MISC-50
  • Corben Super Ace Model Plans - 1935

     One sheet, 24x19", drawn by Fred W. Megow, Philadelphia, 1935.  Model wingspan is 23".  Some cutouts to produce templates for cutting balsa.  About fair-good. Folded to 5x6".  

    $12.00
    $12.00
    21-CAT-138