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Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère

Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère

Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
Tiré de l’Atlas Aristide Quillet. Affiche à système avec nomenclature. Contre collé sur carton. 28 x 20 cm pour le format hors tout. Affiche 28 x 38 cm avec nomenclature. Autres photos disponible sur simple demande. Car impossible de tous mettre sur l’annonce. La carrière de l’hydravion Latécoère 521 fut interrompue par la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, cependant il put obtenir de nombreux records fin 1937, en particulier celui de la distance pour hydravions avec une liaison Maroc-Brésil, soit une distance de 5.770 km. Cet appareil effectua son premier vol à Biscarrosse en janvier 1935, avec comme pilotes Jean Gonnord et de Crespy. Sa structure était métallique, ses deux ponts d’inégale largeur lui donnait une silhouette particulière, ses stabilisateurs latéraux faisaient office de réservoirs de carburant et ses six moteurs qui entraînaient des hélices Ratier à pas variable étaient disposés de la manière suivante : quatre centraux en tandem et deux tractifs externes placés sur le bord d’attaque. Le Laté 521, d’une capacité de 30 passagers sur la route atlantique ou 70 passagers sur les lignes méditerranéennes fut mis en chantier en 1933 et achevé fin juillet 1934. Suivit un voyage de prestige fin de l’année 1935 : parti de Biscarrosse avec un équipage dirigé par le commandant Bonnot, il fit escale à Dakar avant de franchir l’Atlantique vers Natal. Le voyage se continua aux Antilles pour la fête du tricentenaire de la colonisation française pour se finir à Pensacola, Floride, en janvier 1936. A cet endroit, l’hydravion à l’amarrage fut retourné lors d’une tempête et sombra. L’avion fut réparé, il faillit retraverser l’Atlantique en septembre 1937, mais ne reçut pas les autorisations nécessaires, un vol Biscarrosse, Lisbonne, les Açores, New York put être effectué par Guillaumet en août 1938, un vol retour fut accompli par ce même pilote en suivant la route de l’Atlantique Nord dans le sens ouest-est. Ce vol sans escale New York-Biscarrosse en passant par Botwood à Terre-Neuve eu lieu en juillet 1939 (5.875 km parcourus à une vitesse moyenne supérieure à 200 km/h). From Atlas Aristide Quillet. Poster with system with nomenclature. Against glued on cardboard. 28 x 20 cm for the overall format. Poster 28 x 38 cm with nomenclature. Other photos available on request. Because impossible to put all on the ad. The career of the seaplane Latécoère 521 was interrupted by the Second World War, however he was able to obtain many records in late 1937, especially that of the distance for seaplanes with a link between Morocco and Brazil, a distance of 5,770 km. This aircraft made its first flight to Biscarrosse in January 1935, with pilots Jean Gonnord and Crespy. Its structure was metallic, its two decks of unequal width gave it a particular silhouette, its lateral stabilizers acted as fuel tanks and its six engines that led Ratier propellers with variable pitch were arranged as follows: four central tandem and two external tractors placed on the leading edge. The Laté 521, with a capacity of 30 passengers on the Atlantic route or 70 passengers on the Mediterranean lines was started in 1933 and completed in late July 1934. Following a prestigious trip at the end of the year 1935: Biscarrosse party with a crew led by Commander Bonnot, he stopped in Dakar before crossing the Atlantic to Natal. The voyage continued in the Antilles for the tercentenary of the French colonization to end in Pensacola, Florida, in January 1936. At this location, the mooring seaplane was turned over during a storm and sank. The plane was repaired, it almost crossed the Atlantic in September 1937, but did not receive the necessary authorizations, a flight Biscarrosse, Lisbon, the Azores, New York could be done by Guillaumet in August 1938, a return flight was completed by this same pilot following the North Atlantic route in the west-east direction. This nonstop flight New York-Biscarrosse via Botwood in Newfoundland took place in July 1939 (5.875 km traveled at an average speed greater than 200 km / h). The item “Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère” is in sale since Wednesday, November 7, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Posters & Prints”. The seller is “collectiondumonde2013″ and is located in Bey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

Old Illustration Poster with Very Rare System 1939 Commercial Seaplane Latécoère
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Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie

Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie

Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
Tiré de l’Atlas Aristide Quillet. Affiche à système avec nomenclature. Contre collé sur carton. 29 x 20 cm pour le format hors tout du carton. Affiche 28 x 69 cm plus nomenclature. Autres photos disponible sur simple demande. Car impossible de tous mettre sur l’annonce. Poster with system with nomenclature. Against glued on cardboard. 29 x 20 cm for the overall carton format. Poster 28 x 69 cm plus nomenclature. Other photos available on request. Because impossible to put all on the ad. The item “Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie” is in sale since Wednesday, February 7, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Posters & Prints”. The seller is “collectiondumonde2013″ and is located in Bey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

Old Poster with Very Rare System 1922 Passenger Ship Paris France Compagnie
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DAS BOOT/THE BOAT original WW2 SUBMARINE large movie poster JURGEN PROCHNOW

DAS BOOT/THE BOAT original WW2 SUBMARINE large movie poster JURGEN PROCHNOW

DAS BOOT/THE BOAT original WW2 SUBMARINE large movie poster JURGEN PROCHNOW
THIS POSTER IS HUGE!! From the film “Das Boot” released in 1981. This poster was sent to theatres to be displayed in the lobby to promote the film’s engagement. The poster is folded which is the way they were sent out to theatres back then. The poster has a small bit of wear (see photo) but otherwise is in very good condition The poster measures 47×63 inches. The item “DAS BOOT/THE BOAT original WW2 SUBMARINE large movie poster JURGEN PROCHNOW” is in sale since Wednesday, June 29, 2016. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “granadaposters” and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
DAS BOOT/THE BOAT original WW2 SUBMARINE large movie poster JURGEN PROCHNOW
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Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE

Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE

Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE
For sale I have an original 1955 General Dynamics USS Nautilus poster. Fresh linen backing, very good condition. I have one photo of the poster prior to being linen backed that I have provided so you can see its true condition. There was one very tiny chip missing at the top that was pieced in and a few pin holes in the corners. See all pics for details. Ask questions as needed. The item “Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE” is in sale since Sunday, May 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Posters & Prints”. The seller is “kspurger” and is located in Little Rock, Arkansas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Vintage Original 1955 Erik NITSCHE General Dynamics, USS Nautilus Poster RARE