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1959 USAF X15 Rocket Research Plane North American 50000 LB Rocket Engine

1959 USAF X15 Rocket Research Plane North American 50000 LB Rocket Engine

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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An awesome dated airplane/rocket lithograph print by renowned aviation artist Charles Hubbell.

This print is 56 years old.

* Up for sale is: 1960 Charles Hubbell Lithograph "X-15 Rocket Research Plane - 1959. Many design innovations are incorporated in North American Aviation's X15, conceived as the vehicle for man's first exploratory steps into space..."

* Approximate overall size is 16 5/8" x 14".

NOTE: These are not the calendar prints. There is no hole top center. These prints were printed separately from the calendar.

* Signed: Charles H. Hubbell in the print - not on the print. As far as I know, these were not limited edition prints; however, all that remain is all that there is.

* Condition of this item: NMint, stored flat in archival quality sleeves.

* An original vintage aviation litho print that will be a memorable gift or just a fantastic addition to your collection of vintage airplanes.

* Guaranteed old and original.

* Your print will be delivered in an archival quality sleeve with backing boards.

No overseas shipping due to high cost.

Charles Hubbell was the world's best-known artist-historian of the early air age. He began painting winners of the National Air Races for Thompson Products (which eventually became TRW) in 1939. These paintings were used for an annual calendar that Thompson Products produced. Each calendar featured a theme. Hubbell's paintings were known for their extraordinary detail. During his 30-year association with TRW, Hubbell created 32 calendars and more than 375 individual oil paintings.
An awesome dated airplane/rocket lithograph print by renowned aviation artist Charles Hubbell.

This print is 56 years old.

* Up for sale is: 1960 Charles Hubbell Lithograph "X-15 Rocket Research Plane - 1959. Many design innovations are incorporated in North American Aviation's X15, conceived as the vehicle for man's first exploratory steps into space..."

* Approximate overall size is 16 5/8" x 14".

NOTE: These are not the calendar prints. There is no hole top center. These prints were printed separately from the calendar.

* Signed: Charles H. Hubbell in the print - not on the print. As far as I know, these were not limited edition prints; however, all that remain is all that there is.

* Condition of this item: NMint, stored flat in archival quality sleeves.

* An original vintage aviation litho print that will be a memorable gift or just a fantastic addition to your collection of vintage airplanes.

* Guaranteed old and original.

* Your print will be delivered in an archival quality sleeve with backing boards.

No overseas shipping due to high cost.

Charles Hubbell was the world's best-known artist-historian of the early air age. He began painting winners of the National Air Races for Thompson Products (which eventually became TRW) in 1939. These paintings were used for an annual calendar that Thompson Products produced. Each calendar featured a theme. Hubbell's paintings were known for their extraordinary detail. During his 30-year association with TRW, Hubbell created 32 calendars and more than 375 individual oil paintings.

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