Autographs of Charles A. Lindbergh and Louis Bleriot

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Autographs of Charles A. Lindbergh (1902-1974) famed American aviator and first pilot to fly solo nonstop from New York to Paris and Louis Bleriot (1872 -1936) famed French aviator and first across the English Channel. Autographs on menu dated May 25, 1927 with vignette of Bleriot aircraft and text "La Manche, 25 Jullet 1909" on left and vignette of Spirit of St. Louis aircraft of right with text "L'Atlantique 21-22 May 1927" Below Bleriot aircraft is signed "L. Bleriot" and beneath Spirit of St. Louis is signed "C.A. Lindbergh October 30, 1933". Framed menu measures "9.75" x 7.75" (sight) with frame measuring 10.75" x 8.75". Frame also contains French 2Fr.25 stamp autographed "L. Bl?riot gL34" and "Philadelphia" with another unsigned French stamp.

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This item is part of Fine & Decorative Arts Auction
 Thursday, Dec 12, 2019 | 10:00 AM  Eastern
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Autographs of Charles A. Lindbergh and Louis Bleriot
Autographs of Charles A. Lindbergh and Louis Bleriot
Lot number: 3021
Seller: Alderfer Auction
Event: Fine & Decorative Arts Auction
Ends: Thursday, December 12 | 10:00 AM  Eastern

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