• Set of 7 Official Lockheed Color Aircraft Prints

    SKU: 18-POST-00004

    Seven 11x14" color photos in an original Lockheed company envelope (only three prints pictured).  Prints are excellent; envelope chipped (thank goodness it protected the prints!).  Included are the F-80 (single and two-place), F-90, F-94, C-121 and P2V-4.  These are circa 1950s.  Unusual to find a complete set in such nice condition.  

    Price: $85.00
  • WWI Aviation Service Certificate

    SKU: 18-MISC-00003

    Fancy 14 x 18" color certificate for WWI service in the U.S. Air Service.  Tipped in photo and ink entries to James A. Coleman, Private, Aviation Section, Signal Corps, 664 Aero Squadron.  Signed by the commanding officer.  Framed and under glass.  Very good condition.  Most such certificates are plain but this one is very colorful and complete.  Will require some additional shipping because of the framing and glass. 

    Price: $95.00
  • Rare WWII Dorne Poster - RATTLESNAKE !

    SKU: 18-POST-00002

    Scary poster "Less Dangerous Than Careless Talk - Don't Discuss Troop Movements, Ship Sailings, War Equipment" by Albert Dorne.  Printed at the bottom:  U.S. Government Printing Office: 1944...Distributed for the Issuing Agencies by O.W.I."  It is likely that this poster had very limited distribution (common for a small number of posters) because the image was too disturbing to place in areas like post offices.  Excellent condition, 28.5 x 40", linen mounted.  Will be shipped rolled for a small additional shipping charge.  ON HOLD

    Price: $675.00
  • US Army WWII Recruiting Poster

    SKU: 16-POST-00018

    Worker with tools and shadows of marching troops behind; text urging "Take Your Place in the Ranks" and a list of needed skills.  24.5 x 38.5 ", on linen with overall size 26 x 40".  U.S. Army Recruiting and Induction Service, dated 9/24/42.  Not often seen. SOLD

    Price: $0.00
  • 1915 Christy Poster "Gee I Wish I Were A Man - I'd Join the Navy"

    SKU: 16-POST-00014

    Iconic and famous WWI recruiting poster by Howard Chandler Christy.  Dated 1915, logo at bottom for New Haven, Connecticut recruiting station.  Poster size 27 x 41", on linen size 30 x 44".  Just back from an outstanding restoration by Papersmith in Seattle.  Excellent with no flaws, ready to frame and enjoy.  A very rare poster; I've had only three in 45 years.  Will require additional shipping and insurance; inquire.  Typically brings over $3,000 at auction; mine is much more reasonable.

    Price: $1,950.00
  • Lindbergh Etching by J. Knowles Hare

    SKU: 16-POST-00009

    Attractive 8 1/2"x11" etching of Lindbergh, artist is J. Knowles Hare who signed in the lower right corner margin.  Nicely framed, behind glare-resistance glass and protected by dust cover on reverse. 

    Price: $75.00
  • Air Show Poster - 1956

    SKU: 15-POST-00010

    Colorful 14x22" poster for an airshow, Aug 26, 1956, Cumberland, MD.  Likely promoted by the well-known Bill Sweet, director and announcer for the National Air Shows from the early 1930s; and announcer for this show, too.  Two small paper chips in the right edge, otherwise, very good.  Previously folded in fours; now shrink-wrapped.

    Price: $45.00
  • WWII Poster - FIRE AWAY , Buy Extra Bonds (5th War Loan)

    SKU: 15-Post-00009

    Image size of 22x28", typical folds, very good condition (one small chip from upper margin at fold).  Nice image of searchlight on submarine deck.  Small printed tribute in upper left corner:  "IN MEMORY U.S.S. DORADO"  Govt Printing Office 1944.

    Price: $95.00
  • 1909 Color Print - French Aviator de Lambert

    SKU: 15-Post-00008

    Attractive color 10x12" print of de Lambert in his aeroplane.  Pasted in several places on white card stock.  Would frame nicely.  Very good; paste likely could be removed but not necessary if matting.

    Price: $45.00
  • Bismarck Air Show Lot, continued

    SKU: 15-AR-00038

    5)  Roberts Flying Service letterhead and envelope advertising the Bismarck Air Show, very colorful, 6)  Raffle ticket booklet, unused, fancy banknote-like tickets, 4x11"; fancy unused complimentary pass for the 1936 Airshow; advertising sticker to win a free airplane ride.  (See below two listing for other items in the lot)

    Price: $725.00