• TWA Boeing Airliner Artist Conception - 1938

    SKU: 20-P-146

     9x7" press photo with 1/19/1938  release taped to reverse.  Announcement of the new Boeing Airliner "The Lindbergh Line" to go into service with TWA. About fair-good, lower left corner chip. 

    Price: $6.00
  • Original Pan American Press Photo - 1944

    SKU: 20-P-143

     Wonderful 8x10" photo with press release pasted to reverse.  Image shows a 10 year-old boy crawling through the wing of a PanAm Clipper.  Photo carries an NEA rubber stamp on the reverse dated 8/16/1944.  Good; small nearly invisible creases.

    Price: $15.00
  • Convair-Liner 340 Poster - circa 1956

    SKU: 20-AIR-31

     Color cut-a-way poster, 19.5x11", 4-fold, three-hole punched left margin.  About fair because of wrinkling in the right half, may iron out.  

    Price: $12.00
  • 1935 Airsurance (USAIG) Insurance Folder

    SKU: 20-AIR-21

     A very early (perhaps first?) brochure on travel insurance for coverage of all company employees.  A five-fold flyer (open 19x8.5") with a pouch containing an 8-page blank USAIG policy to be filled in with employee names. About good; some staple rust and light soil.

    Price: $15.00
  • American Airlines Ticket Envelope - circa 1960s

    SKU: 20-AIR-18

     Unused blue envelope with luggage rules on the flap and nationwide airline office listing inside.  Excellent.

    Price: $5.00
  • KLM Brochure - 1939

    SKU: 20-AIR-14

     Nine-fold flyer, full-size 26x12", folded 4x9".  Route map and times to destinations in Europe, Asia and America.  Generally a sales pitch for KLM services worldwide.  Very good. (3)

    Price: $10.00
  • "It Pays to Fly" TWA Brochure - circa 1940

    SKU: 20-AIR-12

     interesting 24pp, illus brochure, 6x9".  The entire text is all Q&A, hosted by a John Harris touring through an airport terminal.  He is joined by a pilot and stewardess who answer many questions.  Quite obviously, this pamphlet is designed to educate the public on this new-fangled transportation options and to generate more ridership.  A great snapshot into what made the airline industry tick in 1940.  Excellent condition.

    Price: $20.00
  • Two Colonial Airways Passes - circa 1929

    SKU: 20-AIR-4

     Unused passes, both likely for employees. Size of each is about 8x3".  Eventually absorbed into the present day American Airlines. The pass stamped "Special" is also signed by a Traffic Manager.  Since the company was in service for a very short time, these passes are likely unique.  Excellent, unused.

    Price: $35.00
  • French Postcard - Airship Gondola or Passenger Aircraft Cabin 1925

    SKU: 20-P-54

     Postally unused.  Title reads: "Grenoble 1925 - International Exposition.  Hydroelectric Power and Tourism.  Merchant Aviation Section with Passenger".  Attractive full-size cutaway of an airship gondola but more likely a passenger aircraft cabin mockup.  Two aircrew behind windscreens on the top of the section, a passenger seated in a front cabin; a many-chair lounge in the back.  Precious image...I wish I had this mockup in my man cave!  Very good codnition. 

    Price: $10.00
  • Le Goliath FARMAN - 1922

    SKU: 20-CAT-1

    Advertising brochure for the French Farman Company.  Oblong format, 9.5"x6.25", 18pp, illus, gold embossed card covers with tipped-in cover photo of a record-breaking 1922 flight of over 34 hours. Text includes description of the Goliath airline transport with specific characteristics; flight records of altitudes, distances and endurance; and full-page photos of the bomber and hydroplane versions.  French text. Very good condition.  Airline aircraft advertising brochures don't get much earlier than this one. 

    Price: $85.00