Graf Zeppelin, D-LZ 127, Stamped Envelopes, Letter

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LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin (Deutsches Luftschiff Zeppelin 127) was a German passenger-carrying, hydrogen-filled rigid airship that flew from 1928 to 1937. It offered the first commercial transatlantic passenger flight service. Named after the German airship pioneer Ferdinand von Zeppelin, a count (Graf) in the German nobility, it was conceived and operated by Dr Hugo Eckener, the chairman of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin. Graf Zeppelin made 590 flights totaling almost 1.7 million kilometres (over 1 million miles). It was operated by a crew of 36, and could carry 24 passengers. It was the longest and largest airship in the world when it was built. It made the first circumnavigation of the world by airship, and the first nonstop crossing of the Pacific Ocean by air.

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Graf Zeppelin, D-LZ 127, Stamped Envelopes, Letter
Graf Zeppelin, D-LZ 127, Stamped Envelopes, Letter
Lot number: 17
Seller: Capitol Auction & Estate Services LLC
Event: Antiques, Jewelry, Silver, Firearms, Ammo & More
Ends: Thursday, December 10 | 6:30 PM  Pacific

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