• Vought-Sikorsky F4U-1 Drawing - 1941

    SKU: 22-POST-2

     Small 8.5x11.5" rendition of the larger 22x34" factory drawing.  Useful in that it displays the major assemblies along with their names and part numbers.  It appears that this is an original period piece. Excellent and very frameable.

    Price: $25.00
  • Color Litho of Dive Bomber - circa WWII

    SKU: 22-POST-1

     Image of a color painting, 7x9.25", Printed near bottom margin: "Made in U.S.A./Dive Bomber/Ernst, B.P. Inc."  Very good. (3)

    Price: $5.00
  • 1943 LIFE Magazine - signed by 11 WASP Pilots

    SKU: 21-POST-62

     Original Life Magazine (complete with all pages), July 19, 1943, 10.25x14".  Alluring young pilot in pigtails sitting on the horizontal stabilizer of a trainer or fighter.  Signed around the image by 11 WASP pilots, each with her class number.  Very good condition.  A "must" to frame for your woman/man cave!

    Price: $75.00
  • WWII USAF WASP Poster - 7 signatures

    SKU: 21-POST-61

     Poster from the USAF Art Collection (117.91), 16.5x20", signed by seven WASP pilots who have added their class numbers.  Excellent. (Likely signed during the 2002 reunion)

    Price: $30.00
  • WWII WASP Photo Poster - 2002 Reunion

    SKU: 21-POST-60

     Large photo collage, 13.5x17.25", produced for a 2002 WASP Reunion at Oshkosh.  Signed around the photos by 13 WASPs and one Tuskegee Airman.  Excellent.

    Price: $35.00
  • WWII WASP Photo Poster - autographed by 9

    SKU: 21-POST-59

     Large 13.5x18" poster with a photo of four WASP pilots in front of a P-47.  The four are identified below the photo which states that it is AAF Official Photo by Geo Abbate circa 1943 and it is from the WASP WWII Photo Collection Series No. 1, No. 0002.  Nine WASPs have signed the poster and included their class numbers.  Excellent.  (Likely signed during a 2002 reunion)

    Price: $45.00
  • WWII Air Corps Recruiting Poster - 1942

    SKU: 21-POST-58

     Full-size 25x38" poster showing B-17's above an aircrew in their A-2 leather flight jackets planning a mission.  Text below urges men 18-26 to apply for training as pilots, navigators and bombadiers.  Artist is Ivan Dimitri and printing date is 5-16-42.  But the best thing about this lot is the accompanying 3.5x5.5" real photo showing a soldier standing next to this very poster (on the right in the photo to the left)!  On the reverse is an ink inscription dating the photo to 9-6-42 in front of the Troy, N.Y. post office.  Both the poster and photo are very good.  Believe it or not, posters recruiting pilots, navs and bombadiers are not common.  (This item cannot be ordered in the shopping cart.  Inquire and an invoice will be sent)

    Price: $375.00
  • Beechcraft 'Staggerwing" Poster - 1935

    SKU: 21-CAT-157

     Centerfold from the Beech brochure below (21-CAT-149).  17" high x 11" wide.  Good.

    Price: $15.00
  • Early WWII Recruiting Flyer - 1940

    SKU: 21-POST-57

     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.

    Price: $30.00
  • Air Show Poster - 1933

    SKU: 21-AR-14

     Large broadside, 11x14", on heavy card stock for an Air Circus in Michigan.  Lists "death-defying" feats in aircraft and automobiles.  Also advertises beer!  (Oh, how I would have loved to be there).  Excellent condition. (2)

    Price: $35.00