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This stunning chart was printed in a 1920 reference source and features some early types of airplanes. Among them are Mr Hubert Latham’s Antoinette airplane with which he nearly flew across the English Channel; the Voisin biplane; the monoplane in which Bleriot flew from France to England; an early Curtiss biplane; Colonel Cody’s airplane and an early Farman biplane. Each airplane is numbered and there’s descriptive text below the plate.

This unique paper measures 6.5 x 9.5 inches. On the reverse side is text describing the importance of airplanes in the First World War. The text does not show through to the other side.

Shipped to you by First Class Mail in a non-bendable mailer carefully housed in an acid-free archival sleeve.

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Vintage Chart of Early Types of Airplanes Antoinette Voisin Curtiss Farman Biplane

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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: paper, ink, ephemera
  • Ships worldwide from Toronto, Canada
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