• 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
  • Stereo Card, Keystone T115 - Early Airline Flight in Ford Trimotor

    SKU: 19-P-29

     Text under photo reads: "Ford Trimotor Cabin Plane Leaving Chicago with Passengers and Mail for Minneapolis, Minn."  Lengthy explanation on the reverse explains Ford Trimotor characteristics and the background of the early passenger and mail routes by air.  Excellent condition.

    Price: $20.00
  • Stereo Card, Keystone T96 - Early Airline Flight in Ford Trimotor 1929

    SKU: 19-P-28

     Title under right photo:  " 'All Aboard!' Giant Plane  at Columbus Oh., on First Air-Mail Trip, New York to Los  Angeles, July 8, 1929."  Text on reverse gives details of the flight to include stops and flight distance.  Very good, one small corner crease.

    Price: $15.00