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"1280 MONACO. -- Le Musée Océanographique (vue prise
en aéroplane)." Showing an early view from an airplane, color carte postale with
green back, unused, toned edges with minor wear.
Note plane in upper left corner (possibly drawn in).
"1609 / HUDSON-FULTON MEMORIAL CELEBRATION / 1909 // The 'Half Moon' and the 'Clermont' on their trip / up the Hudson river escorted by U. S. Men of War / and Balloons" the Wright flyer being unmentioned; exposition souvenir with an artist's concept of the event, the size of a regular postcard but with blank back, good edges. The Wright plane when it actually flew that course carried a canoe in case they ditched into the water, so the artist did not get the idea quite right. The caption writer did not know what to call the aircraft & so left it unmentioned. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)en(h)b
"2137 Aeroplane Mechanicians. / WILBUR WRIGHT FIELD, Fairfield, Ohio" black & white postcard mailed 1918 at Dayton Ohio, toned both sides, long crease, part cancel ink on front, as is. The earliest aircraft mechanic postcard we have ever seen. $15.00 aop
"39422 / Wilbur Wright in trial flight of his Aeroplane over Governor's Island, New York Harbor, during / Hudson-Fulton Celebration, October, 1909, showing canoe carried as safeguard against water accidents" postcard with unevenly divided back mailed NOV 8 1910 at Columbus Ohio to Mary E. Robinett in Zanesville Ohio, short tear that closes well from the bottom edge, minor corner rounding, toned both sides. Rare. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)n(g)n(m)
"74 NOS AEROPLANES. -- Airoplane de M. Esnault Pelterie" black & white carte postale, fairly fresh. This shows the first monoplane of the visionary Robert Esnault-Pelterie. It had internally braced wings, a lightweight engine of his design, the first completely enclosed streamlined fuselage (welded-steel tubing covered with red muslin), a large bicycle wheel at the front, smaller wheels at the end of both wings to maintain balance & a smaller wheel at the tail. A genius who was first challenged by erroneous information about the Wright machines, Esnault-Pelterie developed the joystick control, conceptualized the aileron on the trailing edge of wings, proposed ballistic missiles, and predicted travel to the moon by rocket (with gimbaled nozzles!). $16.00 as
"AIRSHIPS PASSING WEST POINT--PAINTED BY LOUIS BIEDERMANN / During the great Hudson-Fulton celebrations in New York in September-October, 1909, the greatest aerial / spectacle ever witnessed will take place... / ...The New York World has offered a $10,000 prize to the aerial navigator who duplicates in / the air the 147-mile journey of Fulton's first steamboat, the Clermont." postcard with note pencilled on back from a mom to her son informing him she is seriously ill, back with uneven yellowish toning. Biedermann was an illustrator working for the paper offering the prize. $11.00 a(p)a(b)enn(w)
"Airships ready for start and Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N. J." postcard with evenly divided back, published by the American Novelty Company in Atlantic City, mailed there AUG 25 1913 to Mr. Walter Davis in Braddock Pennsylvania, dark image as was the only other example we have seen, light album toning at the back corners, good edges. Aircraft took off and landed on the beach between Ocean Pier at Tennessee Avenue & Million Dollar Pier at Arkansas Avenue, according to aviation historian & author Richard Porcelli. Surprisingly hard to find. $10.00 a(p)n(a) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"ALL IN THE / DAY'S WORK // 'A new kind of thrill' -- above, the actual plane / (though the scene is a film reconstruction) in which / Blériot first flew the Channel in 1909" including Charles Fontaine (Le Matin correspondent) who used the tricolor French flag shown to show the aviator where to land near the cliffs of Dover; unused Azo (triangles up) real photo post card, surface scuff affects one word in the caption area. Rare. $50.00 a(p)e(w)fn
"An Aeroplane on the Beach, Atlantic City, N. J." postcard with evenly divided back mailed AUG 18 1915 at Atlantic City, minor corner wear, light album marks at back corners. Writer notes: ' We see this aeroplane every day, flying over the water... . Surprisingly hard to find. $10.00 a(p)n(a) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"Belle Isle May 25th 19" caption from writing on front, real photo showing crowd around 2 propeller craft on a field, most of top border trimmed off unevenly by an idiot, stamp box quoting half penny inland & one penny foreign leads us to conclude this scene is in Britain (not Michigan or France). Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00
"Birds'-eye View of New York State Fair, Syracuse N. Y." with biplane overflying the F. M. Ebeling Seedsman & Iron Age tents; unused circa-1912 postcard published by Ralph Finney (his number P-68498), trivial wear at 3 corners, otherwise fairly fresh. Seldom offered. $7.00 a(p)n(s)g(e) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"BREDA / 19" uncaptioned (so we use the fuselage marking) original real photograph showing the military aerobatic trainer developed in 1928 for the Italian Air Force & used throughout the 1930s by Squadrigilia di Alta Acrobazia Aerea to do formation aerobatics, crisp focus, good contrast, size of a regular postcard, small brown spot in the front sky, a few small spots & a handstamped C69 on an otherwise blank back. Rare. $30.00 a(p)a(m)i
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"BROOKINS AND CURTIS IN FULL FLIGHT. / © Atlantic City" unused post card with unevenly divided back, small bottom corner crease, light toning near the back edges. This view was taken during the 10-day aviation meeting in July 1910 when Brookins set an altitude record & Curtis set a speed record over a 50-mile course. Rare: no other offers, past or present, and no exhibitions whatever when we searched the Internet. $20.00 a(p)n(a) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"BUY WRIGHT'S AEROPLANE SHOES" unused advertising postcard meant to be used by a salesman of Aug. Wright Company in Petersburg Virginia, alerting the recipient of an impending visit, toned back & what looks like a chemical spot near the left front edge, minor wear at one bottom corner. A shameless exploitation of the Wright Brothers name, who had attorneys & probably put a quick stop to it. Rare. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)av(p)
"Capt. Charles 'Plucky' Lindbergh / Ready to Take Off on His / New York to Paris Flight, May 2-, 1927" souvenir card in monochromatic reddish purple, no post card back, pencil writing on back, corner crease, 2 long internal crease, worn corners, as is. $12.50 a*!
"CENTENAIRE DE L'INDÉPENDANCE DE LA BELGIQUE / PAVILLON DE L'ALUMINIUM -- EXPOSITION DE LIÉGE 1930" including a plane perched atop the building, sepia-tone Héliogravure from R. Protin & F. Vuidar (official), unused postcard, fresh appearance. $6.50 eba*+
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"Colonel Roscoe Turner with the Thompson Trophy // NATIONAL AIR RACES Aug. 30 to Sept 2 CLEVELAND // "Lee Miles with the Louis W. Greve Trophy" the 1935 event, picturing the 1934 winners; unused real photo postcard, slight curl to the paper, trivial corner wear. $3.50 o(c)a(p)r
EDITIONS F. NUGERON. Two unused continental postcards reproducing early French aviation poster art. Left: "MEETING d'AVIATION / 1--25 / AVRIL / 1910 / NICE". Right: Signed art of H. L. Roowy, from their 'NOS TRANSPORTS EN 1900' Series. Both in excellent condition. $2.00 either one. a(p)p
"EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER LINING // GET ON AN AIR SHIP AND CATCH A CLOUD 104" with art depicting an aviatrix on an unused embossed postcard with divided back, minor corner wear, toning near the upper back edge. 1911 copyright notice near the lower left front corner yields on magnification. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)
"First Auckland to Wellington Flight October 4th 1921 / WELLINGTON / NEW ZEALAND" with art in vertical format depicting the Supermarine Channel flying boat, unused continental post card in excellent condition. $1.50 na(p)*
"FLY BY AIR" a complete first series of 4 continental postcards from New Zealand, poster-style art in vertical format depicts thel Fokker FII (1920), Farman F.60 Goliath (1919), Koolhoven F.K.26 (1919) & Lufthansa Junkers F13 (191). A tiny corner bump on each, otherwise fresh. All 4 postcards for $5.00 a*
"FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4th 1910 // Dayton, Ohio, the home / town of Orville and / Wilbur Wright, who solv- / ed the secret of aerial navigation, was founded / 115 years ago today." unused postcard from the Historical Advertising Compnay of New York, light toning near the front edges. The advertising merchant was supposed to supply a handstamp in the front area. But most if not all merchants decided not to buy a card that would only be good one day--which explains why this card is rarely seen stamped or unstamped. $12.50 a(p)o(d)ha NEW / NEU / NOVA
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"GARFIELD SCHOOL, DAYTON, OHIO. / The School attended by the Wright Brothers. School Post Card Co., Columbus, Ohio." unused postcard with evenly divided back, light toning both sides especially near the edges. Rare: in searching the Internet we found no other offers and but one exhibit, by the Dayton Metro Library. $12.50 a(p)o(d) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"GEORGE WOODBINE / Hawker Harts at Upper Heyford" unused black & white continental post card, corner wear. $1.00 a(p). Same but light toning near one back corner. $0.75 a(p)
Group of 4 small sepia-tone photos, captioned only with people's names (Mr. Dolan, Boyd, me, Mary), album fragment from below reads "First flight...New Orleans". They are shown standing next to the biplane in 3 shots, and 3 seated in the biplane in another. All 4 postcards for $20.00 la(p)
"Horsens Ellehammer kommer" meaning 'Ellehammer comes to Horsens' in Danish, comic art depicting a startled public running from the impending crash of his inventor's improbable aeroplanes; brevkort mailed at Horsens -9 12 09 to Hans Jorgensen in Webster Minnesota, mild corner & edge wear, tiny ink smear in address area on back. The card itself is printed on multi-ply paperboard by Warburgs Kunst-Forlag Kobenhavn Eneret. That choice of stock is a fine-arts choice used in graphic printing to impart strength & resistance to creasing, and "to create the highest possible quality" (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paperboard) because the printer had a greater selection of coatings to use. Jacob Christian Ellehammer was a Danish inventor who is credited with the world's first air-cooled radial engine, a monoplane, a semi-biplane, a triplane & a helicopter. This is very hard to find. The only other example we know of was also postmarked in 1909. Because our postcard was cut from the left edge of the sheet, or example has more of the design showing at the left than the previously auctioned example. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. da(p)c
"If I could drive an aeroplane / And sail up through the skies, / I'd get the kind of appetite / That Campbell's satisfies // 10¢ a can // COPYRIGHT 1912 BY JOSEPH CAMPBELL COMPANY 5" advertising postcard mailed JUN 23 1912 to Miss Florence Smith in Valparaiso Indiana. Campbell's printed offer on back is for a set of six cards 'upon receipt of 6 cts in stamps'. Minor corner wear, very light toning both sides. Rare. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)fa
"IT WONT BE LONG NOW." real photo Azo (squares in corners) post card with all-printing on back from inventor-designer Claude H. Freese in Los Angeles California describing an aeroplane-dirigible for about 500 passengers that could be built for about $3,000,000. California-Europe time estimated at 48 hours. Many more details: 5 wings, 10 motors, gasoline carried in planes, etc. We have seen mentions of various Freese designs in the June 1926 Popular Science Monthly, the 6/29/27 Oakland California Tribune, the December 1927 Popular Science Monthly & the 5/12/30 Galveston Daily News--all with differing variants of this design--but we could not find a single example of any of them on postcard, offered or exhibited. Rare and destined for a museum. $140.00 a(p)gc(l)b
"KELLY FIELDS, SAN ANTONIO, TEX. / FOOL PROOF BIPLANE STARTING OFF ON A FLIGHT" white-border era post card, mailed there 1918, lightly toned front, part cancel ink on front, corner & edge wear including 1 / 5" tear not into image. $8.00 ta
"LATHAM" Hubert Latham airborne in a plane marked 16, unused Cyko real photo postcard, heavily toned back, heavily toned front. The caption is in the lower left corner in printed letters. The side view of the plane is centered on the postcard, fairly close-up with its number on the fuselage quite large. The toning on the front of the card consists of numerous small & mostly dark spots that mercifully miss the aircraft. Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 ag
"Lieut. Foulois and Parmelee in Wright / biplane at Eagle Pass Mar. 3, 1911. Laredo to Eagle Pass 2:10" real photograph the size of a regular postcard but with blank back. This plane was lent to the US Army to patrol the Texas/Mexican border from Fort McIntosh. It accomplished the historic feat mostly at an altitude of about 2,000 feet & speed about 50 miles per hour, for a total time as noted at the end of the caption--an American record for continuous flight with a passenger at the time. To this day arguments persist about how best to patrol that border! Rare: belongs in a museum. SOLD RECENTLY a(p)m(a)t(e)
"Model B" Wright biplane, with pertinent information on back & showing the US stamp which honored it, oversized (5"x7") post card postcard, near mint. $0.75
"Mr. GUSTAV HAMEL / filling up the tank of / his Morane Saulnier / Monoplane, 80 H.P. / Gnome Engine with / 'SHELL'" showing the pioneer British aviator who delivered the first official airmail & held records; unused reproduction postcard of circa-1913 [necessarily, he went missing May 1914 in this very aircraft] advertising, trivial wear at one corner, otherwise fairly fresh. $4.00 a(p)na
"MtCOOK / NEW ZEALAND / De Havilland D.H. 4" / FIRST FLIGHT OVER MT COOK / September 8, 1920" with art in vertical format depicting the event, unused continental postcard in excellent condition. $1.50 na(p)*
"No 155 Triumphs of the Air / Mr. L. I. PAULHAN writes: / I used SHELL on my flight from London to Manchester, and from / start to finish the Gnome Engine ran / splendidly / ... / 'SHELL' Motor Spirits" unused reproduction of a circa-1911 advertising postcard in excellent condition. Louis Paulhan won the Daily Mail aviation prize for that flight in 1910. $4.00 a(p)gga
"NOTABLE EVENTS // Indianapolis, June 14th, 1910: Brookins takes passenger up to about 800 feet / [ditto] June 17th, 1910: Brookins ascends to 4939 feet above sea-level. / Atlantic City, July 9th, 1910: Brookins ascends 6175 feet above sea-level // All the above worlds records were made with Wright biplanes equipped with Mea magnetos as sole ignition device. / Compliments of Marburg Brothers, 1777 Broadway New York" advertising postcard mailed AUG 5 1910 at Station G of New York City to Mr. W. E. Hannum in Lynn Massachusetts, corners with small creases & rounding, cancel doubled up, a few small spots of dark toning near the top back edge. The Indy events were held at the Speedway there, with Orville & Wilbur Wright making an appearance for the National Aviation Meet. Mea magnetos were mostly used on automobiles, such as the Mercedes, at that time by their German manufacturer. The Midtown Manhattan address given no longer exists; we are told a skyscraper is planned for it and the nearby locations. SOLD RECENTLY a(p)i(i)n(a)a
"NX62E / Billy Parker" flying a 1912 Model Curtis Pusher, with an ad on back for Phillips 66 aviation gasoline, unused postcard, light toning near the stamp box & the left front border, otherwise fairly fresh. Mr. Parker was long-time manager of Aviation Sales at Phillips Petroleum Company from 1927 on. The "pusher" shown was his own successful design which first conquered the altitudes of his native Colorado, and later was demonstrated for Phillips publicity purposes. $10.00 a(p)onm
"OELMAN WRIGHT FLYER" unused circa-1910 Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, lightly toned front, good edges. A descendant of this aeronaut founded Wright State University in Ohio. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. a(p)c(w)g(o)
"O! you man-bird flying high, / You'r(sic) taking big chances, up in the sky, / For there's never been one yet, t'is(sic) said, / who has'nt(sic) landed on his head" regular-postcard size printer's proof with guide marks at either front side & bottom, unevenly toned blank back, minor corner rounding. As best we can tell from an Internet search the design never made it to postcard. An interesting reflection on attitudes toward pioneer aviation & aviators. $8.00 a(p)p
"Phil O. Parmalee, Famous Wright Aviator / Souvenir of Oakland San Francisco Aviation / Meet Feb. 17 To 25 - 1912" including a close-up of the radiator & some of the engine of his aircraft, neat writing above the caption 'Killed at North Yakima, wash. -6-1-12'; sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo with good edges, light oxidation consistent with age, initials pencilled in the message area will probably erase, 2 small spots of toning near the left back edge, rest of the back lightly toned. Rare: nothing like it found offered or exhibited when we searched the Internet. The correct spelling of the aviator's name is Parmelee, but as far as we can tell, this image with correct spelling does not exist at all. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)fw(n)
"ROOSEVELT / FLYING CORPORATION" 8-inch x10-inch photograph of 4 men & 1 woman beside their autos (bearing New York 1931 license plates), all parked near a Ford Tri-Motor aircraft on Roosevelt Field, Mineola -- its headquarters & where the Roosevelt Aviation College was located. Shown. A subsidiary of The Aviation Corporation, it was at the time one of the larger aviation organizations in the world. Also, two other similar photos from different angles & with different people -- the most interesting of which is a uniformed 'Checker'. Bends & creases in the border areas could easily be matted out. Rare. All three for $100.00 an(m)n(r)
"SOUTHLAND / First cross-country / flight in New Zealand / Invercargill to Gore, February 20, 1914 / Caudron 'C'" with art in vertical format depicting the flight of J. W. H. Scotland from above, unused continental post card in excellent condition. $1.50 na(p)
"TAKING THE WRIGHT AEROPLANE FROM ITS SHED / Copy'gt Cramer" unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good edges, oxidation consistent with 1909 age, very slight curl to the paper no problem in any album, very light toning near the back edges, good edges all around. Taken when the Wright aircraft was first being evaluated by the US Army from an historic series copyrighted by G. M. Cramer from Washington DC, who also assisted in timing some flights there. Rare. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)a(m)v(f)
"The tanks on Mr. Grahame White's aeroplane / being filled with 'SHELL' MOTOR SPIRIT." showing the English aviation pioneer who was the first to make a night flight, circa-1913 advertising postcard, tiny bottom corner crease, a few small spots of toning in the back address area, good edges. Slightly taller than a regular-size postcard, we price it as a reproduction: the internal crease on the original, from which it is based, is simply not present here. All that said, it is still surprisingly hard to find! $4.00 a(p)na
"The Wright Flyer of 1908 / CENTENARY OF FIRST FLIGHT" unused continental postcard published by the United Nations Postal Administration, near mint. $1.25 a(p)
Uncaptioned real photo postcard showing a biplane flying over many spectators standing on an open field, mailed at Lake City Florida MAR 2 (numeral upside down) 1912 to Miss Camille Craig in Summersville West Virginia. Messaged in part: 'This is the air ship that flew here this week.' The aviator was undoubtedly Robert G. Fowler, who had completed his historic first west coast-to-east coast transcontinental flight flying via Georgia & ending up in Jacksonville on February 8th. Fowler would have been heading back more directly west at the time of writing & Lake City is almost due west of Jacksonville. $20.00 a(p)f(l) NEW / NEU / NOVA
UNIVERSAL AIR LINES SYSTEM. Unused monochromatic green regular-size postcard showing its Ford Stout (NC9069) flying low over trees & a nearby lake, seen from an even higher vantage point; airline logo on back with 1928 copyright & 'ENROUTE / From ______ / To _________' preprinted on back for a passenger's convenience, 2 light small circular indents show on back from ticket being stamped. Super rare! $35.00 a(u)a(p)
"'Waiting for Charles A. Lindbergh' W. Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA. August 3, 1927. Some / 10,00(sic--missing zero) greeted him at Bettis Field..." unused black & white post card with good edges, interesting despite the error, modern & fresh. $1.50 ea(p)
"WALTER R. BROOKINS, / WINNER OF THE WORLD'S RECORD FOR ALTITUDE, 6,175 FEET" unused postcard with unevenly divided back, paper starting to yellow with age, trivial corner rounding, lower left front corner creased twice--one small & not into the image, one long but faint. $17.50 a(p)f NEW / NEU / NOVA
Wanted to buy--postcards & photos relating to pioneer aviation at Korn Field in Shelby County Ohio. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio.
Wanted to buy--post cards about Hunter Brothers Aviation (John, Walter, Kenny & Albert) who once held the flight endurance world record circa 1930. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Ohio. *c
Wanted to buy--postcards bearing images of pre-World War I women aviators. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c
Wanted to buy--postcards showing the Hawker Sea Fury fighter-bomber in the WWII - Korean War era. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
"Watching the races at the Illinois State Fair at / Springfield from the porch of Sears, / Roebuck and Co.'s Building" with biplane versus auto, unused postcard with divided back & good edges. $7.00 a(p)ri(s) NEW / NEU / NOVA
"When good girls go a-flying / With Guys who're fresh at all, / It's always wise to take along / At least a parasol. / 621" fanciful art depicting a young lady jumping from a biplane; unused postcard from the Aviation Comics series of 12 designs, light toning on back, good edges. Rare: when we searched the Internet, we found no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits of it. $8.00 ua(p)
"When You Get Back To Earth / amidst all the 'Pow-Wow / to those Smart Alec knockers just haughtily bow / With the Grace of a hero who's shown them all how / And then sing this song to them / Who's Looney Now" (the ' after Wow missing as we relate here); signed Ryan art depicting a man about to jump from a roof with a bicycle-powered flying contraption to keep him aloft, Winsch-published postcard numbered A-695 on back, unused, small upper corner crease, soft corners, very light toning both sides. Unevenly divided back so circa 1907-1908. $7.50 a(r)a(p)w
"WILBUR WRIGHT ORVILL WRIGHT / WORLD'S GREATEST AEROPLANE RACES / Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana / June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1910 / WRIGHT BROS AIR SHIP IN FLIGHT / WRIGHT BROS AIR SHIP READY FOR FLIGHT" with Orville's name incorrectly spelled as reported here; multiview postcard published in Dayton Ohio, unused, small dark spots of toning on back, most of back with uneven but light toning. Rare--with or without the correct spelling. SALE IN PROGRESS a(p)i(i)rf
"Woman's Building, Live Stock Pavilion and Air Ship at the State Fair, Sedalia, Mo." unused circa-1910 postcard with unevenly divided back, published by Thomas Printing & Stationery Company in Sedalia, minor corner wear, light toning both sides. Surprisingly hard to find. $10.00 a(p)m(s) NEW / NEU / NOVA
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