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1 March 1979 BFPS 1919 Folkestone to Cologne 60th Anniversary of the First Scheduled United Kingdom international Air Mail Service Folkestone to Cologne

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Special Signed by Sir William Barlow

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8 May 1979 Washington 60th Anniv of 1st Atlantic by air crossing Concorde flown cover. Flown in BA Concorde G - N 94AA from Washington ( Dulles ) to London ( Heathrow)

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8 May 1979 Washington 60th Anniv of 1st Atlantic by air crossing Concorde flown cover. Flown in VC 10 from RAF Brize Norton and then on to Washi ngton DC Pilot Captain Sqn Ldr D C Roberts then Flown in BA Concorde G - N 94AA from Washington ( Dulles ) to London ( Heathrow) signed by VC 10 Pilot Sqn Ldr D C Roberts.

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60th Anniv 1st Atlantic by air crossing signed F.W. Reichelderfer Pilot 1919 .
8 May 1979 Washington 60th Anniv of 1st Atlantic by air crossing . Blue Cachet Flown in VC 10
Special signed F.W. Reichelderfer. 1918 Appointed Naval Meteorological Officer , 1919 Qualified Airplane pilot., 1919 National Balloon Races St Louis - Aide for Aerology ( Weather) and Navigation. Also the Lisbon Station Weather service for the NC- 4 Fight. , 1922 - 28 Director Naval Meteorological Organisation. 1931 Qualified Airship Pilot.
Photo & details enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1460.

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14 June 1979 BFPS 1643 60th Anniv. of 1st Non - stop crossing of Atlantic.Concorde flown cover.Flown on Concorde G N94AD from New York to London

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14 June 1979 BFPS 1643 60th Anniv. of 1st Non - stop crossing of Atlantic.Concorde flown cover.Pilot signed Concorde Pilot Captain D H Ellis.

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14 June 1979 BFPS 1643 60th Anniv. of 1st Non - stop crossing of Atlantic.Concorde flown cover..Pilot signed Concorde Senior First Officer Michael Bannister
He is most famous as the Chief Pilot of British Airways' Concorde fleet, a post which he held from 1995 until its withdrawal from service in 2003.

He joined the British Airways crew of Concorde in 1977 where he became its youngest pilot. In his Concorde career Bannister accumulated around 9,000 flight hours almost 7,000 of which were Supersonic. Bannister captained the Concorde's retirement flight, from New York to London on October 24th 2003

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SpeciaI signed Alcock & Browne Phantom Pilots

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2 July 1979 BFPS 1645 Postmark 60th Anniv of 1st Airship crossing Atlantic Concorde flown cover.

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Special Signed.Wg.Cdr.Evenden
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25 July 1979 Jersey 70th Anniv 1st Air crossing of Channel.Flown in 1979 Stella artois air race.pilot signed Dennis Cresswell finished 14

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as above but signed by Miss Susan Saggers Unplaced,

FF5ac

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as above but signed by Mr Edward Wein Overall Position 43rd

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FF5ad


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as above but signed by Mr Peter Crispe Overall Position 11th

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as above but signed by Mr Maurice Seymour Overall Position 3rd

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as above but signed by Mr Chris Virley Overall Position 42nd

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as above but signed by Mr John Stuart Woods Overall Position 24th

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RAF FDC Stella Artis Air Race Signed 2 Pilots
25 July 1979 Jersey 70th Anniversary of the First Aeroplane flight across the Channel Special Postmark on 13p Jersey International Air Rally 25th Anniversary Stamp. 70th Anniversary of the First Aeroplane flight across the Channel. Red flown cachets flown in the 1979 Stella Artois Air Race in a Fuji G - BFDS, from Biggin Hill to Ghent Belgium, Via Detling, Dover and Calais Pilot Miss Anne Carding overall position 6th. Personally Signed by the Pilot Miss Anne Carding and Mr Alan Dyer Winner of the 1979 Stella Artois race. Certified Copy No of 1460 Signed. RAF Ref No FF5b

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As FF5a But Signed by as S8b but Signed by a General Adolf Galland (head of the Luftwaffe's fighters and an ace with over 100 aerial victories), Alan W Gear DFC 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot.Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot, Richard Haine No 25(F) Sqn 4 Sep 1939 First Blenheim fighter patrol of War. Also 600 Sqn Battle of Britain pilot flew with 68, 96 , 488 Sqn’s. Theatres of operation Europe, Hong Kong, Ace with 5 enemy aircraft destroyed and by Colonel D E Hillman 365th FG 9th USAF ( P 47's ) On 145th mission he was forced to bail out near Cologne Germany on 7th Oct 1944 . Total of 5 Victories. . Surviving the winter march in East Germany, he later escaped from Prison camp near Munich. Recaptured 10 days later he re escaped from another camp and made it through to the American Lines.

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4 Aug 1979 BFPS 1652 40th Anniversary of the First British Air Mail Service Across the Atlanticthis Cover was Flown from London Airport to John F Kennedy Airport New York in Concorde GN 94 AB, Flight BA 171 of British Airways. Concorde Take off . 1033 flight time 3hrs 22 mins Supersonic flight 2hrs 20 mins.Cruise altitude. 57,000ft.Sector miles 3056 nautical.Captain P Duffey, First Officer M R Young Engineer officer P Ung. Backstamped Concorde Received 5 Aug British Airways Manager Kennedy New York.




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As above but Signed by Concorde Pilot Captain P Duffey.

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Concorde Flown cover London to New York Signed
4 Aug 1979 BFPS 1652 40th Anniversary of the First British Air Mail Service across the Atlantic this Cover was flown from London Airport to John F Kennedy Airport New York in Concorde GN 94 AB, Flight BA 171 of British Airways. Concorde Take off. 1033 flight time 3hrs 22 mins Supersonic flight 2hrs 20 mins.Cruise altitude. 57,000ft.Sector miles 3056 nautical. Captain P Duffey, First Officer M R Young Engineer officer P Ung. Personally Signed by Capt.J C Kelly - Rogers OBE FRAeS. In 1935 joined Imperial Airways. He flew as First Officer on Short Kents, was then promoted to Captain in which he flew the Short Calcutta.
In 1938 Captain Kelly Rogers conducted early flight refuelling tests and used this system in 1939 when commanding the first scheduled westbound and eastbound air mail flights across the Atlantic made by a European operator. In 1940 he commanded the first westbound and eastbound British Atlantic flights carrying passengers. Earlier that year he conducted the first flight from England to Lisbon to evacuate refugees following the fall of France. Full details enclosed. With black & white photo of Capt J C Kelly Rogers.

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25 aug 1979 BFPS 1647 60th Anniv. of 1st UK Regular commercial passenger & freight service

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1st UK Service signed Campbell Orde. Pilot WWI
25 August 1979 BFPS 1647 50th Anniv of 1st UK Regular freight service special postmark. 60th Anniversary of the First United Kingdom Regular Commercial Passenger and Freight Service 25 August 1919.Red flown cachet flown on the special British Airways Flight Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the First Regular International passenger and Cargo flights from London Airport to General De Gaulle Airport Paris in Trident 3 G - AWEK Flight on 25th August 1979. Personally Signed A C Campbell Orde WW1 Pilot. served European War 1916 to 1918, Flight Sub Lieut Royal Navy and Flying Officer Royal Air Force, Active service in Belium, 1917 one of orginal commercial Pilots on London to Paris route with Aircraft Transport & travel Ltd, 1919 to 1920 Instructor and advisor to Chinese Govt in Peking, 1921 to 1923, Instructor and Latterly Chief Test Pilot to Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft.Black & White Photo and details. . Certified No 0594 of 1493.

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Birmingham postmark

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as above signed Gp Capt Randle

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Note Variety as FF7a but reflown in British Airways Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter G - AWGU from Croydon Airport on 30 Sept 1979, the 20th Anniversary of the Closure of Croydon Airport Signed by Capt Bill Wood The Bell Helicopter Pilot

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23 2 80 Friedrichshafen 70th Anniv of the Formation of World's 1st Commerical Airline Zeppelin Luftschiffen Red flown cachet Flown Dusseldorf from Luton in Boeing 737-204 & returned from Koln to London Heathrow

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Pilot signed Captain A Coleman

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Signed Co - Pilot 1st Officer N Gill.

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FF8c 70th Anniv of the Formation of World's 1st Commerical Airline Zeppelin Luftschiffen Signed Adolf Fischer Zeppelin Engine Mechanic, Crew member Hindenbury in 1937

23 7 80 Friedrichshafen 70th Anniv of the Formation of World's 1st Commerical Airline Zeppelin Luftschiffen Red flown cachet Flown on the maiden flight of Cameron D96 Air Ship 'Cimarron'Special Signed.Adolf Fischer Zeppelin Engine Mechanic, Crew member Hindenbury in 1937 and spent 4 weeks in Hospital in New York recovering from the injuries he suffered in the Lake Hurst disaster. Employed as an engine mechanic on the new LZ130 from 1938 to augusted 1939 served WW11 as a specialist mechanic for aero engines. 15 flights South American & 11 North AmericanCertified Copy no of 1466.

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Coloured Luftschiff LZ 3 Postcard
16 11 79 Koln Green Flown cachet Flown from Dussendorf from Luton in Boeing 737-204 G - BADP of Britannia Airlines and then taken by road to Koln for Cancellation commemorating the Worlds first commercial Airlines and return flight Koln to London Heathrow Boeing 737c of Lufthansa Germany's lineal successor to Delag. Certified Copy No 422 of 871 by Gp Capt Randle WW11 Wellington Pilot. Reference no FF8aN ( Note in RAFM Reference Book)
Note special Luftschiff.LZ 3 postcard german 50pfg Europa stp 2 pmks green & blue cachets .

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23 2 80 Friedrichshafen 70th Anniv of the Formation of World's 1st Commerical Airline Zeppelin Luftschiffen Red flown cachet Flown Dusseldorf from Luton in Boeing 737-204 & returned from Koln to London Heathrow
Prsonally Signed by Oberleutenant Friedrich Korner Knight’s Cross. Joined 2/JG27 in North Africa July 41. Shot down aerial combat taken prisoner 4.7.42/ 250 missions 36 victories. Details insert enclosed.

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60th Anniv. of 1st UK International Air Mail

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Signed by Helicopter Crew

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1st UK International Air Mail Signed McIntosh WW1 Pilot.
10 Nov 1979 BFPS 1653 Special. 60th Anniversary of the First UK International Air Mail Cover based on a painting by Derek Bisk DH4A G EAHF flying over the White Cliffs of Dover, Imperial Airways Badge and Bristol Helicopter Group Logo. Flown in Bristol Helicopter Group Augusta Bell 206 Jet Ranger Helicoter from Heathrow ( London to Lynn to Boulogne to Abbeville to Pontoise to Le Bourget Paris and return via same route . Personally Signed by Wg.Cdr. McIntosh DFC AFC, ( All Weather Mac )the famous Chief Pilot of Handley Page Transport Ltd. Joined the airline 21st September 1919.
Wg Cdr R H McIntosh in his early years in the Mercantile and as a World War 1 Amy Despatch Rider were followed by a fantastic flying career that lasted 54 years from 1917 to 1971 and flew 23,681 hours as Captain of 143 different types.
Leaned to fly with 4 Sqn Royal Flying Corps in 1917 after which he served in the Middle East. In Ocotober 1918 he was posted to 214 Sqn RAF in France where he converted to Handley Page bombers. In 1919 he transferred to No 1 and in September 1919 the RAF released him so that he could join Handley Page. Details enclosed. Certified copy 277 of 1196 signed Gp Capt W.S.O.Randle.WW11 Wellington pilot.

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Special Signed.A.Bristow.

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Signed by Lt.Peter Duttman Knight’s Cross. 398 missions 152 victorIes.

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PersonallyAs FF9b But also Signed by Mrs Ivonette Wright - Miller She was the 3rd Child to fly in the USA. Orville Wright took his 3 nieces for a flight in 1911 on the same afternoon. Her Sister was the first Child. Details enclosed with photo copy of Letter from Mrs Ivonette Wright - Miller.

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Flown Concorde London to Singapore
12 Nov 1979 BFPS 1649 60th Anniversary of First England to Australia Special Postmark. On the 60th Anniversary of the 1st Flight from England to Australia this cover was flown over the same route from London to Melbourne. 12th November 1979 Flown Concorde GN 94AD London to Bahrain by Captain Budd, and then Flown Concorde Bahrain to Singapore by Capt Britton then 14 to 16 November 1979 Boeing 747 Singpore to Darwin and Darwin to Syndey.2 backstamps.


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Personally Signed by Captain L Budd Concorde Pilot of flight London to Bahrain.

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12 Nov 1979 BFPS 1649 60th Anniversary of First England to Australia Special Postmark. On the 60th Anniversary of the 1st Flight from England to Australia this cover was flown over the same route from London to Melbourne. 12th November 1979 Flown Concorde GN 94AD London to Bahrain by Captain Budd, and then Flown Concorde Bahrain to Singapore by Capt Britton then 14 to 16 November 1979 Boeing 747 Singpore to Darwin and Darwin to Syndey.2 backstamps Personally Signed by Captain D Whitton Concorde Co - Pilot of flight London to Bahrain.

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2 Nov 1979 BFPS 1649 60th Anniversary of First England to Australia Special Postmark. On the 60th Anniversary of the 1st Flight from England to Australia this cover was flown over the same route from London to Melbourne. 12th November 1979 Flown Concorde GN 94AD London to Bahrain by Captain Budd, and then Flown Concorde Bahrain to Singapore by Capt Britton then 14 to 16 November 1979 Boeing 747 Singpore to Darwin and Darwin to Syndey.2 backstamps Personally Signed by Captain N A Britton Concorde Pilot on flight Bahrain to Singapore .

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FF10c Flown Concorde London to Singapore Signed Jean Batten
12 Nov 1979 BFPS 1649 60th Anniversary of First England to Australia Special Postmark. On the 60th Anniversary of the 1st Flight from England to Australia this cover was flown over the same route from London to Melbourne. 12th November 1979 Flown Concorde GN 94AD London to Bahrain by Captain Budd, and then Flown Concorde Bahrain to Singapore by Capt Britton then 14 to 16 November 1979 Boeing 747 Singpore to Darwin and Darwin to Syndey.
Personally Signed by Miss Jean Batten CBE
There could be no one more appropriate to sign this cover which commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the First Flight to Australia than Miss Jean Batten who actually flew with it on Concorde from London to Singapore, 46 years after making her first Solo flight from England to Australia
Jean Gardner Batten CBE (15 September 1909 - 22 November 1982) was a New Zealand Born in Rotorua In 1936 solo record 5 days 21 hrs E.T. In addition to capturing 5 important records and establishing 4 World Records for any trpe of aeroplane, Jean Batten was the first woman to make a return flight to Australia to fly solo to South America and to New Zealand and cross the South Atlantic Ocean and the Tasman Sea alone. 2 backstamps. Melbourne 19 Nov 1979 and Concorce Project Co - Ordinator London Heathrow Recived 12 Nov 1979 British Airways Certified Copy No 1429 of 1485. Signed by Flt Lt Waters. Photo & Details enclosed


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27 8 79 Koln 40th Anniv of 1st FIt by Jet Propelled Jet Blue Flown cachet

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27 8 79 Koln 40th Anniv of 1st FIt by Jet Propelled Jet Blue Flown cachet
Special signed Capt.E.Warsitz Chief Luftwaffe test pilot. Flew Worlds 1st Jet aircraft He178.

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60th Anniv of Formation of No.1.Flying Training School.

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Special Signed.A.V.M. Rogers & Grp Cpt R.H.Wood OBE RAF.

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As FF12a but also signed by Oberleutnant Ulrich Steinhilper, I/JG52 German veteran of 150 combat mission against the RAF during the Battle of Britain, he crash landed a new Me 109 and was captured. Ship to POW Camp 30 in Canada Details enclosed.R L Jones 64 & 19 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot Alan W Gear DFC 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot. Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940 Kenneth William MacKenzie Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot WW11 Ace. MacKenzie was hit by heavy flak from the ground defences and ditched in the sea. He took to his dinghy, paddled to the shore and was captured. He was in various camps before finishing up at Stalag Luft 111, Sagan.And helped with the Wooden Horse. Cap[tain Hugh N Batten US Navy Started flying combat aboard the USS Essex in early 1945 as part of the famed Carrier Task Force 58. Flew his first comat mission 19th March 1945 Total victories8

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1 Dec 1979 Jersey 40th Anniv of Formation of Air Training Aux. Concorde flown cover.

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Pilot signed by Concorde Pilot Captain C McMahon flew New York _ London Heathrow

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FF13c Flown Concorde New York - Heathrow Signed Lettice Curtiss woman WW2 Pilot
1 Dec 1979 Jersey 40th Anniv of Formation of Air Training Auxiliary. Flown to John F Kennedy Airport New York by British Airways and from there on the 40th Anniversary of the Formation of the Air Transport Auxiliary to London ( Heathrow) in Concorde GN94AA, Flight Number BA 172. Flight Time 3 Hours 34 Minutes Supersonic Flight Time 2 Hours 21 Minutes Captain C McMahon, Co Pilot Senior First Officer M Bannister , Engineer Senior Engineer Oddicer W J Brown. Concorde flown cover.
Personally Special Signed by Lettice Curtiss 1943 First woman to fly four engined aircraft Heavy Bombers.
She joined the ATA in the summer of 1940 and graduated to flying all types of wartime aircraft and was one of the first to fly heavy bombers. She took an active part in British Air Racing flying various aircraft including the Spitfire PR X1 PL 983. Lettice Curtis is one of the inaugural Vice - Presidents of the Spitfire Society.also Signed by Sir Peter Mursell Prevented from joining the RAF by poor eyesight, Joined ATA in May 1940 with 400 hours flying mainly in light aircraft, Within weeks he was flying Lysanders, Masters and Battles. On 13 June he ferried his first Hurricane.
backstamped Concorce Project Co - Ordinator London Heathrow Recived 1 Dec 1979 British Airways Certified Copy No 846 of 1488. Signed by Flt Lt Waters. Photo of Sir Peter Mursell & Details of both enclosed.

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Special Signed. Lettice Curtiss 1943 First woman to fly four engined aircraft Heavy Bombers.
She joined the ATA in the summer of 1940 and graduated to flying all types of wartime aircraft and was one of the first to fly heavy bombers. She took an active part in British Air Racing flying various aircraft including the Spitfire PR X1 PL 983. Lettice Curtis is one of the inaugural Vice - Presidents of the Spitfire Society

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28 March 1980 BFPS 1618 60th Anniversary of the opening of London's First Air Terminal Croydon Airport. Flown from the derelict site of the Croydon Airport on the 60th Anniversary of its opening as London's first internationa;l Air Terminal

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28 March 1980 BFPS 1618 60th Anniversary of the opening of London's First Air Terminal Croydon Airport. Flown from the derelict site of the Croydon Airport on the 60th Anniversary of its opening as LOndon's first internationa;l Air Terminal.Crew Signed

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FF14c 60th Anniv opening of London's First Air Terminal Croydon Airport. Sir Peter Masefield
28 March 1980 BFPS 1618 60th Anniversary of the opening of London's First Air Terminal Croydon Airport. Flown from the derelict site of the Croydon Airport on the 60th Anniversary of its opening as London's first internationa;l Air Terminal. Also Flown in Dragon Rapide Pilot Sqn Ldr R Millward
Personally Signed Dragon Rapide Pilot Sqn.Ldr.Milward & by Sir Peter Masefield Air Correspondent of the Sunday Times 1940 - 43 and War Correspondent with the Royal Air Force and US Army 8th Air Force on Active Service 1939 - 43 he was personnel adviser to the Lory Privy Seal ( Lord Beaverbrook) and Secretary of the War Cabinet Committee on Post War Civil Air Transport.
Certified Copy no 1080 of 1485. .99

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Signed by Ober.Lt.Erhard Nippa Knight’s Cross holder. Fighter Bomber & close support sorties against ground & shipping targets. 300 missions.

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As FF14a But signed by James Jeffs WW1 flying ace credited with five aerial victories. and the world’s first licensed air traffic controller Croydon and C V Lane another pilot

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25 August 1980 BFPS 1707 10th Anniv. Vertical Take - off. Flown by no 4 Sqn RAF Gutersloh in a Harrier.

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25 August 1980 BFPS 1707 10th Anniversary of the First Deployment Overseas of Operational VTOL Aircraft. . Flown by no 4 Sqn RAF Gutersloh in a Harrier GR 3 ( XV 784) .Vertical landing was carried out.
Pilot signed by Flt Lt G H Edge .Backstamped RAF Gutersloh 18 Aug 1980. B.F.P.O. 47.

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10th Anniv 1st Deployment overseas VTOL Harrier Signed.
25 Aug 1980 BFPS 1707 10th Anniversary of the first Operation Deployment of the Harrier Special postmark. 10th Anniversary of the first Operation Deployment overseas of Operational VTOL Aircraft. Cover based on a painting of a Harrier making vertical take - off in a forest clearing and 4 Squadron Badge. Flown in 4 Sqn Harrier GR3 ( XV784 from RAF Gutersloh . The sortie was low - level tactical reconnaissance comprising of 3 targets, one of which was the Mohne Dam. The sortie lasted 57 minutes at speeds up to 450 Kts, and heifgts as low as 250 Ft. The sortie was concluded with a 'Press up ' consisting of a vertical take off and vertical landing. The pilot was Gp Capt M.J.D.Stear MA RAF Station Commander RAF Gutersloh who has signed this cover with Air Marsal Sir Peter Terry Commander Second Allied Tactical Air Force. Backstamped RAF Gutersloh 10 Sep 1980 B.F.P.O.47. Certified Copy Signed Flt LT Hendry RAF Gutersloh.Detail and B/W photo of Mohne Dam enclosed

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40th Anniv 1st Flight British Jet Signed E M Donaldson,P Olver Bof B Pilots
15th May 1981 BFPS 1735 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight Special Postmark. 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight 15 May 1941. Green flown cachet flown aboard Tornado aircraft of the tripartite Tornado training establishment RAF Cottesmore on a navigational training exercise.
Personally Signed by Air Commodore E M Donaldson CB,CBE,DSO,AFC and Bar. Battle of Britain Pilot died 1982
Donaldson the RAF in 1931, granted a short service commission his first posting being to No. 3 Squadron flying Bristol Bulldogs
In 1932 he was runner up in the R.A.F. Wakefield Boxing Championship, which he won the following year. In 1933 the crack-shot won the RAF's Gunnery Trophy One, known as the Brooke-Popham Air Firing Trophy, and won it again in 1934. In 1935 he became a stunt pilot as a member of the No. 3 Squadron aerobatic team of five Bulldogs, which he led in 1937 and 1938 at the International Zurich Rally.
When World War II broke out, Squadron Leader Donaldson was commanding No 151(F) Squadron flying the Hawker Hurricane. In their first engagement over France, they destroyed six enemy aircraft, shooting down many more in the following months including at the Battle of Dunkirk and the Battle odf Britain .
For his leadership of the squadron during the battle and his personal tally of eleven kills, plus ten probable destructions, Donaldson was awarded the DSO
In desperate need for pilots, the RAF choose to transfer Donaldson to the gunnery instructor school. Posted to Canada, Donaldson self-penned an RAF training booklet titled Notes on Air Gunnery and Air Fighting, which after the United States entered the war, provided the basis for his instruction. As liaison to the US Army Air Force, his booklet was replicated over 7,500 times, and helped teach USAAF gunnery instructors
On his return to England in 1944, he converted to jet aircraft and commanded the first operational Gloster Meteor squadron, at RAF Colerne
Airspeed record
During World War II, most of the pre-war airspeed records had been broken. The RAF decided to recapture the flight airspeed record with its new generation of jet aircraft, and set up a new High Speed Flight squadron. Group Captain Donaldson was selected to command the Air Speed Flight, established at the start of 1946. On 7 September 1946, he established a new official world record of 615.78 miles per hour (991.00 km/h) in a Gloster Meteor F Mk4 over Littlehampton, although some unofficial Me-262 and Me-163 flights in World War II achieved higher speeds. As a result, he was awarded a bar to his Air Force Cross.
Wg Cdr P Olver DFC 611 & 603 Sqn's Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot Fighter Ace 4 and 2 shared destroyed 3 and 1 shared probable, 4 and 2 shared damaged, 3 destroyed on the ground. Victories in Spitfire & Hurricane's, He was posted to 11 Group and joined 66 Sqn at Biggin Hill.Later with 244 Sqn. K G Wynn Details from Men of the Battle of Britain Book Enclosed. Details enclosed Certified Copy 1166 of 1289. Very Few additional Signed £19.95

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5 May 1980 BFPS 1705 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from England to Australia by a Women Flown Concorde.

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Flown Concorde London - Bahrain- Singapore Signed Concorde Pilot Colin Morris
5 May 1980 BFPS 1705 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from England to Australia by a Women Flown Concorde London - Bahrain- Singapore then Singapore Darwin in Boeing 747, Darwin to Brisbane Boeing 727
Personally Signed Concorde Pilot Captain Colin Morris.

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Flown Concorde London - Bahrain- Singapore Signed Concorde Pilot John D Cook
5 May 1980 BFPS 1705 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from England to Australia by a Women Flown Concorde London - Bahrain- Singapore then Singapore Darwin in Boeing 747, Darwin to Brisbane Boeing 727
Personally Signed London to Bahrain Captain Colin John D Cook.

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Special Signed. Molly Jones Amy Johnson Sister. Flown Concorde

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Croydon Special

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50th Anniv 1st flight England to Australia by a Woman Signed Judith Chisholm
12 Nov 80 Heathrow Concorde Special postmark. 50th Anniv First Flight England to Australia by a Woman Miss Amy Johnson in DH60G Gipsy Moth 'Jason' Croydon - Darwin. Cover based on a printing by Alan Fearnley of Amy Johnson's Gypsy Moth at Croydon airport. Blue flown cachet and red cachet and black Sydney backstamp Flown in Cessna T.210L Centurion G - BAGE from Heathrow Airport - Larnaca ( Cyprus ) - Muscat ( Oman ) - Colombo ( Ceylon ) - Jakarta ( Indonesia ) - Port Hedland . Western Australia in the record time of 83 hours 36 seconds and then to Mascot airport Sydney pilot Judith Chisholm.
Personally Signed by Judith Chisholm. Her attempt on Jean Batten's Solo record to Australia. Started 18th November at Heathrow and just after Dawn on the 22 November landed at Port Hedland creating a new record of 83 hours and 36 seconds. The Record breaking did not stop there as she broke more, flying a on round the World to arrive back on 3 December. Blue & Red Flown Cachets Flown in the Cessna T 21DL Centurion G - BAGE from Heathrow to Port Hedland.
Detailed incert and Black & white photo of Cessna G - BAGE. Certified Copy no of 1500. Signed Fitzgerald RAF Museum


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24 June 1980 BFPS 1710 100th Anniv of the first use by British Army of Man carrying Ballons on Military Manoeuvres . red flown cachet Flown Cameron 35 Hot Air Balloon N77 Hot Air Balloon G - ZUMP

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24 June 1980 BFPS 1710 100th Anniv of the first use by British Army of Man carrying Ballons on Military Manoeuvres . flown cachet Flown Cameron 35 Hot Air Balloon N77 Hot Air Balloon G - ZUMP
Signed Balloon Pilot 1 M J Allen

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Special signed Major Gen. Sinclair CBE Engineer - in chief (army).

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24 June 1980 BFPS 1710 100th Anniv of the first use by British Army of Man carrying Ballons on Military Manoeuvres . red flown cachet Flown Cameron 35 Hot Air Balloon N77 Hot Air Balloon G - ZUMP Signed by Julian Nott Hot air ballons World records holders

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29 July 1980 BFPS 1715 80th Anniv 1st Zeppelin Flown in Cameron Hot Air Airship Cameron Airships cachet Top, Cimarron cachet Time up9.06 time down 9.21

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29 July 1980 BFPS 1715 80th Anniv 1st Zeppelin Flown in Cameron Hot Air Airship Cameron Airships cachet Bottom Cimarron cachet Time up 9.27 time down 9.37

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29 July 1980 BFPS 1715 80th Anniv 1st Zeppelin Cameron cachet Signed Cameron

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Personally Signed by Oskar Fink having been a locksmith since leaving school, he went to work in the mounting sections of the Luftschiffban in Friedrichshafen.The LZ127 had just been built and he worked on this airship until its entry into service in 1928.That year the LZ129 Hindenburg came into service. Oskar Fink was posted to the LZ127 Graf Zeppelin as a steersman and flew with the aircraft mainly the South American routes. Detail enclosed with black and white photo. Certified Cover no 943 of 1481 and signed by the project officer.

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30 July 1980 BFPS 1711 60th Anniv 1st RAF Display flown by Red Arrows

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Signed Team Manager R Thilthorpe

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Signed Team Manager Raymond Thilthorpe

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RAF Pageant Flown & Signed By Red Arrows Team
30 July 1980 BFPS 1711 60th Anniversary of the first RAF Pageant Special Postmark. 60th Anniversary of the first RAF Pageant at RAF Hendon. Cover based on a painting by Michael Turner of the Flying Display at the 1920 RAF Pageant at RAF Hendon and RAF Badge . Flown by the Red Arrows Aerobatic Team Hawks. Team Leader Hoskins, Howell, Ward, Scott, Johnson, Watts,Wharton, Thomas,Walters.in flypast over London as a preview to mark the opening of the 100th Royal Tournament at Earls Court. Signed by the 9 Red Arrows Team Pilots with 13.5 Royal Opera House stamp blue names cachet, Red flight cachet on reverse and Royal Air Force backstamp.. Certified Copy and signed

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World's 1st decisive aerial campaignWW11
13 Sep 1980 BFPS 1714 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain40th Anniv of World's 1st decisive aerial campaign The Battle of Britian.Blue and Red flown cachets flown in Lancaster MK.B1 PA474 of the Battle of Britain Memorial flight and in Sepecat Jaguar GR1, XX824 17Sqn RAF Bruggen.

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World's 1st decisive aerial campaignWW11Signed Fopp Battle of Britain Pilot
13 Sep 1980 BFPS 1714 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain40th Anniv of World's 1st decisive aerial campaign The Battle of Britian.Blue and Red flown cachets flown in Lancaster MK.B1 PA474 of the Battle of Britain Memorial flight and in Sepecat Jaguar GR1, XX824 17Sqn RAF Bruggen. The Picture Cachet on this cover depicts Sqn Ldr D Fopp's action of 3rd September 1940.
Personally Signed Sqn.Ldr.Desmond Fopp was the last surviving Australian fighter pilot from the Battle of Britain, in which he was severely burned after attacking Messerschmitt fighters.
Joining the RAFVR in 1938, Des Fopp was called up at the outbreak of war, joining 17 Squadron in May 1940, and fought with them in France and afterwards during the Battle of Britain. After several successes he was shot down, baled out badly burned and was hospitalised. Returning to 17 squadron in July 1941, he then joined 132 Squadron at Peterhead. In late 1943 he went as Liaison Officer to the 8th and 9th USAAF, and in May 1944 became an Instructor. He died 8th August 2005.
full details enclosed with black & white photo .Certified copy No of 1490

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AS FF20c SignedSqn.Ldr.Desmond Fopp was the last surviving Australian fighter pilot from the Battle of Britain also Signed by 3 more Battle of Britain Pilots Air Gunner
Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot,
G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner
J E Storrar 145 & 73 Sqn Dunkirk Evacuation 1940, Youngest Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot And WW11 Fighter Ace with 12 victories..Details enclosed.

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AS FF20c But also Signed by Wg.Cdr.G.L.Sinclair Battle of Britain fighter pilot with 19 Sqn & 310 WW11 Ace 10
Zbigniew Wrobleski Polish Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot with 302 Sqn. Died 1995 details enclosed

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Personally Signed by 12 Battle of Britain Pilots,Crew & Air Marshall Dunn
Sqn.Ldr.Desmond Fopp was the last surviving Australian fighter pilot from the Battle of Britain Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot, Sqn Ldr J G P Millard Nos 1 & 242 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter pilot. Kenneth Dawick New Zealander Battle of Britain fighter Pilot with 111 Sqn . R A McGowan 46 Sqn Battle of Britain Fighter pilot. 15th September 1940 shot down and baled out , with burns. He received Skin graft and other treatment at the Queen Victoria Hospital at East Grinstead making him a Guinea PigJohn Keatings 219 Sqn Battle of Britain Air Gunner W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew Battle of Britain in Bristol Blenheim, Plt Off Peter Ayerst who achieved confirmed victories in the Battle of Britain and not eligible for the Battle of Britain Clasp . , Air Marshall Sir Patrick Dunn Joined RAF 1933. Served in WW11 as Officer Commanding 80 Sqn, Officer Commanding 274 Sqn and then a Station Commander at RAF Amriya. Total of nine combat victories. He continued his war service on the staff at Headquarters 203 Sqn before becoming Aide de Camp to Lord Trenchard in 1942. He transferred to Headquarters RAF Fighter Command and became Group Captain, Operations at Headquarters No 12 Sqn in 1944 and Sector Commander at RAF Coltishall in 1945. Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilotG W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner ,B W Brown New Zealand Battle of Britain Pilot with 601 & 72 Sqn Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot.

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Personally Signed by 11 Battle of Britain Pilots,Crew
Sqn.Ldr.Desmond Fopp was the last surviving Australian fighter pilot from the Battle of Britain Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940, Richard Haine No 25(F) Sqn 4 Sep 1939 First Blenheim fighter patrol of War. Also 600 Sqn Battle of Britain pilot, H.D.Denchfield 610 Sqdn. Battle of Britain fighter pilot. Shot down on 2 Feb 1941 captured by the Germans sent to Stalag Luft 1 at Barth, Stalag 8B at Lamsdorf, Stalag Luft 3 at Sagan, Stalag Luft 6 at Heydekrug, Stalag 355 at Thorn in Poland and finally Stalag 357 at Fallingboastel near Hanover. Released on 1st May 1945.PoW 1941 to 45. Wg.Cdr.F.W.Higginson B of B & WWII Ace. 12 destroyed. J E Storrar 145 & 73 Sqn Dunkirk Evacuation 1940, Youngest Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot And WW11 Fighter Ace with 12 victories Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot, John Keatings 219 Sqn Battle of Britain Air Gunner, G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner , Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot. A G Russell 43 & 145 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter. Joined 43 Squadron at Usworth 28 th September 1940.

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As FF20a But Signed by Billy Drake 421(F) Sqn Battle of Britain & WW11 fighter pilot Ace

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Personally Signed by 12 Battle of Britain Pilots EtcJohn Keatings,British air gunner with 219 sqn in Battle of Britian Frank Twitchett 43 & 229 Sqns Battle of Britain Fighter PilotAlan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilotJohn A A Gibson Hurricane 501 Sqn New Zealand Battle of Britain fighter pilot & Ace 12 A Ingle 605 Sqn Battle of Britain & WW11 Ace. Shoot down POW Stalag Luft 111Gp.Capt.F.R.Carey CBE,DFC,AFC,DFM. 43 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot & WW11 Ace 25 VictoriesPeter Ayerst who achieved confirmed victories in the Battle of Britain and not eligible for the Battle of Britain Clasp Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot.P.G.Leggett 615,245 & 46 Sqn's Sqn Battle of Britain pilot K.N.T.Lee, 501 Sqn Battle of Britain, Dunkirk pilot WW11 Ace Wg.Cdr.J.Rose DFC, 32(F) Sqn. Battle of Britain pilot R S Brown 604 Sqn Radar Operator Battle of Britain Jaguar Pilot Wg Cdr Houghton

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As FF20b but Signed by Air Chief Marshal M C N Foxley Norris British Fighter Pilot with 3 Sqn during Battle of Britain Certified Copy 6 0f 30

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As FF20a Signed by 3 Battle of Britain Pilots Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, J A A Gibson 501 Sqn New Zealander Ace with 12 Victories in Hurricane and H M T Heron 266 & 66 Sqn's Battle of Britian.

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FF20aH £14.95 as above but Signed Frank H R Hulbert AFC 601 Hurricane Squadron Exeter August 1940. Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot.

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Signed by Signed by P.F.Morfill, 501 sqdn.Battle of Britain & WWII Ace

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Signed by Air Vice Marshal J Worrall CO 32 Sqn died 1988 Battle of Britain Fighter pilot. Certified Copy no of 65.

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Signed by Captain D E Gilliam 616 & 312 Sqn's.Battle of Britain fighter pilot died 91.Certified Copy no 1 of 50

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2 August 1980 BFPS 1713 40th Annlv 1st UK Regular transatlanic - passenger flights Concorde flown

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2 August 1980 BFPS 1713 40th Annlv 1st UK Regular transatlanic - passenger flights Concorde flown on 23rd September 1980 this cover was again flown from London Heathrow to John F Kennedy, New York in Concorde Flight BA 172.

Also Flown on 40th Anniversary Inaugural Flight on Boeing 747 - 136 Flown London Heathrow to John F Kennedy and was Flown again London Heathrow to John F Kennedy .

Personally Signed by Captain C R McLeod Boeing 747 Pilot.

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Flown Concorde London to New York signed Ross Stainton
2 August 1980 BFPS 1713 40th Anniv of the first British transatlantic passenger service.Black flown cachet. Flown on the 40th Anniversary of this inaugural flight flown London Heathrow to John.F.Kennedy New York in Boeing 747 - 136.And flown on 23rd September 1980 flown London Heathrow to John.F.Kennedy New York in Concorde Flight BA172 by Captain JK.D.Leney.Flight time 3hrs 20mins.
Personally Signed by Sir Ross Stainton.In 1940 joined RAF with 218 Sqn posted to Trinidad for two years to open up the flying - boat Control and Ferry unit for Coastal Command. In 1942 he was seconded to BOAC and sent to Baltimore, the U S Terminal of the wartime transatlantic service. In 1968 Member of the Board of BOAC . Black & White photo & Details enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1490. Two Concorde backstamps.

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50th Anniv of 1st non - stop flight.Paris to New York.Concorde flown cover

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1 1X 1980 Paris 50th Anniv of 1st non - stop flight.Paris to New York.Concorde flown cachet Flown from London to John F Kennedy in Concorde G - BOAF Flight BA 171 Captains D Rendall, First Officer R Birchall Flight Time 4 hrs
Personally Signed Concorde pilot Capt D Rendall

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Concorde Flown Heathrow to JF Kennedy Signed Mons Bellonte Navigator and mechanic orginal flight September 1930
30 Aout 1980 Le Bourget Pareis Special Postmark. 50th Anniversary of the First Non - Stop flight from Paris to New York 1 September 1930. 50th Anniv of 1st non - stop flight from Paris to New York. Cover based on a printing by Brain Withams of Breguet X1X Point d Interrogation flying over New York and Louis Bleriot Aviation Society logo.To mark the actual crossing made by Costes and Bellonte. On the 50th Anniversary of the flights this cover was taken from Le Bourget by road to Charles de Gaulle Airport , Paris and then flown to London in Lockheed Tristar G BBAF Flight BA 303. Then to mark the actual crossing made by Costes and Bellonte the cover was flown from London Heathrow to John F. Kennedy in Concorde G-BOAF Flight BA171 Personally Signed by 50th Anniv of 1st non - stop flight from Paris to New York. Cover based on a printing by Brain Withams of Breguet X1X Point d Interrogation flying over New York and Louis Bleriot Aviation Society logo.To mark the actual crossing made by Costes and Bellonte. On the 50th Anniversary of the flights this cover was taken from Le Bourget by road to Charles de Gaulle Airport , Paris and then flown to London in Lockheed Tristar G BBAF Flight BA 303. Then to mark the actual crossing made by Costes and Bellonte the cover was flown from London Heathrow to John F. Kennedy in Concorde G-BOAF Flight BA171
Personally Signed by Mons Bellonte Navigator and mechanic orginal flight September 1930 of the Point D 'Interroation on the epic flight in 1930. With Photograph of Dieudonne Costes Pilot on this flight & Maurice Bellonte being given ticker tape parade in New York. . Certified Copy No of 1490 Signed Waters.

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Flown Concorde London to New York 1981
15 7 81 Roma Special Postmark 50th Anniversary of the First Crossing of the Atlantic by a Formation of 12 Aircraft ( of which 10 completed the crossing by Italian Air Force in Savoia Marchetti S 55A Twin engined seaplanes on 6 January 1931 from Portuguese Guinea to Brazil led by General Balbo. Cover based on painting by Edmond Miller of the Savoia Marchetti Seaplanes in formation over the Atlantic & Savoia Marchetti Logo. Flown in British Airways Concorde G BOAA from Heathrow ( London ) to Kennedy ( New York ) on 6 Jan 1981 by Capt Titchener & in 10 Sqn VC10 XV106 RAF Brize Norton to RAF Wildenrath ( Germany ) to RAF Decimomannu ( Sardinia Italy ) to Ciampino ( Rome ) by Sqn Ldr Alderson. Backstamped black Concorde Kennedy to New York 6 Jan 1981 British Airways Concorde & RAF Northolt.

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Flown Concorde London to New York 1981
15 7 81 Roma Special Postmark 50th Anniversary of the First Crossing of the Atlantic by a Formation of 12 Aircraft ( of which 10 completed the crossing by Italian Air Force in Savoia Marchetti S 55A Twin engined seaplanes on 6 January 1931 from Portuguese Guinea to Brazil led by General Balbo. Cover based on painting by Edmond Miller of the Savoia Marchetti Seaplanes in formation over the Atlantic & Savoia Marchetti Logo. Flown in British Airways Concorde G BOAA from Heathrow ( London ) to Kennedy ( New York ) on 6 Jan 1981 by Capt Titchener & in 10 Sqn VC10 XV106 RAF Brize Norton to RAF Wildenrath ( Germany ) to RAF Decimomannu ( Sardinia Italy ) to Ciampino ( Rome ) by Sqn Ldr Alderson. Backstamped black Concorde Kennedy to New York 6 Jan 1981 British Airways Concorde & RAF Northolt. Personally Signed by VC 10 Pilot Sqn Ldr Alderson

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Personally Signed General Luigi Questa. Pioneer Italian Aviator.
He took part as Pilot in the West and East Mediterranean crossing on SIAI S.59 and S.55 aircradt respectively. He took part as second pilot in the 1st Italy - Brazil Atlantic crossing in 1931 in the aircraft I - TEUC Commanded by General Teucci. He took part in 1933 in the 2nd Italy - North America Atlantic Crossing, together with General Marrana in the aircraft S.55X I-QUESA. He also took part in the International Competition 'ISTRES - DAMASCO - Paris in 1937 in the Fiat BR-20 aircraft. He Commanded the 43rd Wing B.T. based at Cameri in 1941.
Commanded 43rd B.T.in 1941. Details & Black & White Photo Enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1296.

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5th Feb 1981 BFPS 5241 40th Anniv Formation of the Air Training Corps. ATC, Flown in Hercules from RAF Lyneham over England - Wales - Northern Ireland and Scotland. route Lyneham - Knighton - Wallasey - Isle of Man - Belfast - Machrihanish - Prestwick - Dean Cross - Pole hill direct to Overhead Newton - Bedford - Lyneham.

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40th Anniv Formation ATC Signed Air Cdr.Goodwin
5th Feb 1981 BFPS 5241 40th Anniversary of the Formation of the Air Training Corps
Red Flown cachet flown from Lyneham in Hercules XV 296 on a procedural Airways Instrument rating flight And blue cachet from on 5th February 1981 40th Anniversary of the Formation of the Air Training Corps by Air Commodore K J Goodwin CBE AFC RAF Air Officer Commanding Air Cadets from No 7 A.E.F. Royal Air Force Newton. Personally Signed.Air Commodore K J Goodwin with 92 Sqn in 1949,118 Sqn flying hunters 1966 given command 74 Sqn flying Lightning .Full details enclosed with Black & White photo Certified Copy No 0944 of 1300 Signed Project Officer.RAF Museum Ref no FF24c

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As aFF24c but Signed by Sergeant Thomas Paul HALL, 1226285 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 166 Squadron was awarded the DFM. (London Gazette - 17 March 1944)

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17 11 1981 Paris 110th Anniversary of the1st regular carrige of mail and passengers by balloon Siege of Paris.Pilot signed by Hot Air Balloon pilot G Stagg.

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17 11 1981 Paris 110th Anniversary of the1st regular carrige of mail and passengers by balloon Siege of Paris. Carried in Cameron R 15 Combination Helium hot air Balloon during its first test inflation in no 1 hangar at RAF Cardington on Friday 7th November 1980. Cover flown on the maiden flight of Cameron Viva 77 Hot Air Balloon on the 110th Anniversary of the launch of Balloons Daguerre & Nieppe from Paris during the seige of 1870 - 71 Special Signed.Leo Dickenson BalloonistLeo Dickinson is one of the outstanding action sports filmmakers in the field today. He has made over 50 films of his own and helped on as many others. They have won numerous awards in every major mountain film and adventure film festival and this year he has been awarded the Grande Prize from the International Alliance for Mountain Film. They say that this is the most important prize in the world for Mountain Film so it is a honour for Leo to receive this in recognition for all his work over the years.
He has written three books about his adventures 'Filming the Impossible', 'Anything is Possible' and 'Ballooning over Everest'.

One of Leo's memorable moments

Looking down on the top of Mount Everest from a hot air balloon. Black & White Photo enclosed with details. Certified Copy no 869 of 1474


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50th Anniv.of Coast to Coast Air Services in the USA New York to Los Angeles.

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25th Oct 1980 Air Mail Facility JFK. Red flown cachet flown from London Heathrow to New York JFK in Lockhead L1011 Tri Star then from New York to JSK to Los Angeles and return from Los Angeles to London in Boeing 747.The 50th Anniversary of the first through coast to coast air service in the USA, New York to Los Angeles October 1930.Personally Signed. Capt.Silas Morehouse, Graduated from the Air Force Flying School at Kelly Field Texas in September 1925. Retained as a flying instructor until January 1927 during this period he flew 1,000 hours in bomber aircraft. On 1st April employed by Western Express as mail pilot, during his years as Chief Pilot Capt Morehouse helped with the development and organisation of Trans World Airlines. In July 1932 flying DC3 between Los Angeles and Kansas City. During the years of the development of the DC3 at the Douglas Factory, he was given the postion of testing the aeroplane for Trans World Airways. In November 1934 Capt Morehouse made a Transcontinental flight with a DC2 and was co-holder, with Capt E V Rickenbacker of the transport record between Los Angeles and New York City. The time of this flight was 11 hours and 51 minutes. During 1935 he was test pilot for North American Aviation USAF pilot 1942 .And former Coast to Coast pilot in 1932. Black & white photo enclosed with details.Backstamped Los Angeles International Airport. Certified No of 1500 signed project officer

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19 Nov 1980 Brisbane First Day of Issue Postmark on 22c Australia Aircraft Stamp. Flown by Qantas Airlines London to Australia and back.
60th Anniv.Quantas FDC

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19 Nov 1980 Brisbane First Day of Issue Postmark on 40c Australia Aircraft Stamp. Flown by Qantas Airlines London to Australia and back.
60th Anniv.Quantas FDC
Pilot signed by one of 7 Qantas Captain of the aircraft detailed on the flight cachet.

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19 Nov 1980 Brisbane .Q.Aust . 4000 First Day of Issue on Australia Boomerang 1944 aircraft stamp. 60th Anniversary of the Queensland and Northern territory servies ( Qantas )Flown to and from Australia by Qantas.Personally Signed Sir Hugh Edwards VC. Won Victoria Cross. Edwards was CO 105 Sqn.On July 4th 1941 flying a Blenheim 1V , V6028 GB D, with his crew pilot Officer Ramsay ( Navigator ) and Sgt G Quinn DFC ( Air Gunner ), he led 15 Blenheins flying at 50 to 100ft, across the North Sea, 12 aircraft eventually crossed the German border and headed towards Bremen, flying in excellent visibility, a mixed blessing for the bomber crew. They ran into a wall of tracer and shellfire on their approach to their target. Flying at between 50 to 100ft they flew through flak, balloon cables and telephone wires before releasing their bombs over the centre of the dock area. Several aircraft were lost and the reminder suffered various degrees of damage, and many of the survivors returned home trailing telephone wires round wings and tailplanes. On 22nd July , Edwards was awarded a Victorie Cross for displaying the highest possible standard of gallantry and determination whilst his crew members, Ramsay received the DFC and Quinn a bar to his DFM
..Black and white photo with detailed insert cards.Certified Cover and Personally Signed by the project Officer

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25 Mr 81 Brisbane First Day of Issue Postmark on Australia 60c 50th Anniversary First Official Air Mail Australia UK 1931 81 . 50th Anniversary.of the lst England - Australia official air mail.Flown London - Brisbane.

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Pilot signed Capt J.Nightingale Flew London to Abu Dhabi Stage.

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Pilot signed by Capt I.Basnett flew Abu Dhabi to Kuala Lumpur Stage.

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50th Anniv lst flight Australia to England Signed Tapp original Pilot 1931
25 Mr 81 Brisbane First Day of Issue Postmark on Australia 60c 50th Anniversary First Official Air Mail Australia UK 1931 81 . 50th Anniversary.of the lst England to Australia official air mail.Grey Flown cachet flown Flown in Boeing B 747 from Brisbane to Sydney 28th April 1981, Sydney to Singapore 29th April 1981, Singapore to Muscat 13th May 1981, 13th / 14th May 1981 Muscat to London. Personally signed R B Tapp RFC WW1. Quantas captain and London manager. Freeman City of London. Awarded commendation in WW2 by his devotion to duty and tenacity, he helped to keep the Empire mail and passenger route open within fourteen days of the fall of Singapore. Later, while acting as co-pilot of a flying boat which crashed in Darwin Harbour, he was brought aboard the rescue launch, but immediately re-entered the water and in darkness swam, into the interior of the sinking hull searching for survivors. Died 2nd March 1984 Queensland, Australia in car accident.
Flew the Apollo 1st Experimental Mall flight to England to Darwin in 1931.Black & white photo and details enclosed.Certified Copy No of 1295 Signed Waters RAF Museum.

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11 April 1981 BFPS 1734 70th Anniv of 1st Aeroplane FIight from London to Paris.

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RAF FDC Flown Paris Signed Gatward Attack Gestapo HQ.

11 Apr 1981 BFPS 1734 70th Anniv of 1st Aeroplane FIight from London to Paris Special Postmark. Green flown cachet flown on the 70th Anniversary of the First Flight Between London and Paris from RAF Northolt ( London ) to Villacoublay ( Paris ) in D H Beaver XP 778. Personally Signed by Grp Capt A K Gatward DSO, DFC & Bar who flew the Bristol Beaufighter| MK1C800 of 236 Sqn RAF to Paris on 12th June 1942 to attack Gestapo Headquarters and to drop a Triscolour on the Arc de Triomphe. Details and Black & White Photo of Gp Capt Gatward enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1290 Signed.

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70th Anniv of 1st Aeroplane FIight from London to Paris. Flown in Beaver Pilot Captain J E Ball . Added Reflown cachet 75th Anniversary Flight Calais - Dover Hon Patrick Lindsay & Ray Andrews Bleriot Replica G - BAAF Jodel G - ARRY. Added postmark Post Office Dover & Chambre of Commerce Calais. Signed by Beaver Pilot Captain J E Ball and Hon Patrick Lindsay & Ray Andrews Certified No 246 of 500 .

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40th Anniv 1st Flight British Jet
15th May 1981 BFPS 1735 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight Special Postmark. 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight 15 May 1941. Green flown cachet flown aboard Tornado aircraft of the tripartite Tornado training establishment RAF Cottesmore on a navigational training exercise.

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Signed by Air Commodore E M Donaldson CB<CBE,DSO,AFC and Bar. Battle of Britain Pilot died 1982
Donaldson the RAF in 1931, granted a short service commission his first posting being to No. 3 Squadron flying Bristol Bulldogs
In 1932 he was runner up in the R.A.F. Wakefield Boxing Championship, which he won the following year. In 1933 the crack-shot won the RAF's Gunnery Trophy One, known as the Brooke-Popham Air Firing Trophy, and won it again in 1934. In 1935 he became a stunt pilot as a member of the No. 3 Squadron aerobatic team of five Bulldogs, which he led in 1937 and 1938 at the International Zurich Rally.
When World War II broke out, Squadron Leader Donaldson was commanding No 151(F) Squadron flying the Hawker Hurricane. In their first engagement over France, they destroyed six enemy aircraft, shooting down many more in the following months including at the Battle of Dunkirk and the Battle odf Britain .
For his leadership of the squadron during the battle and his personal tally of eleven kills, plus ten probable destructions, Donaldson was awarded the DSO
In desperate need for pilots, the RAF choose to transfer Donaldson to the gunnery instructor school. Posted to Canada, Donaldson self-penned an RAF training booklet titled Notes on Air Gunnery and Air Fighting, which after the United States entered the war, provided the basis for his instruction. As liaison to the US Army Air Force, his booklet was replicated over 7,500 times, and helped teach USAAF gunnery instructors
On his return to England in 1944, he converted to jet aircraft and commanded the first operational Gloster Meteor squadron, at RAF Colerne
Airspeed record
During World War II, most of the pre-war airspeed records had been broken. The RAF decided to recapture the flight airspeed record with its new generation of jet aircraft, and set up a new High Speed Flight squadron. Group Captain Donaldson was selected to command the Air Speed Flight, established at the start of 1946. On 7 September 1946, he established a new official world record of 615.78 miles per hour (991.00 km/h) in a Gloster Meteor F Mk4 over Littlehampton, although some unofficial Me-262 and Me-163 flights in World War II achieved higher speeds. As a result, he was awarded a bar to his Air Force Cross.Details enclosed Certified Copt 0844 of 1289. Died in 1982

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40th Anniv 1st Flight British Jet Signed E M Donaldson,P Olver Bof B Pilots
15th May 1981 BFPS 1735 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight Special Postmark. 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight 15 May 1941. Green flown cachet flown aboard Tornado aircraft of the tripartite Tornado training establishment RAF Cottesmore on a navigational training exercise.
Personally Signed by Air Commodore E M Donaldson CB,CBE,DSO,AFC and Bar. Battle of Britain Pilot died 1982
Donaldson the RAF in 1931, granted a short service commission his first posting being to No. 3 Squadron flying Bristol Bulldogs
In 1932 he was runner up in the R.A.F. Wakefield Boxing Championship, which he won the following year. In 1933 the crack-shot won the RAF's Gunnery Trophy One, known as the Brooke-Popham Air Firing Trophy, and won it again in 1934. In 1935 he became a stunt pilot as a member of the No. 3 Squadron aerobatic team of five Bulldogs, which he led in 1937 and 1938 at the International Zurich Rally.
When World War II broke out, Squadron Leader Donaldson was commanding No 151(F) Squadron flying the Hawker Hurricane. In their first engagement over France, they destroyed six enemy aircraft, shooting down many more in the following months including at the Battle of Dunkirk and the Battle odf Britain .
For his leadership of the squadron during the battle and his personal tally of eleven kills, plus ten probable destructions, Donaldson was awarded the DSO
In desperate need for pilots, the RAF choose to transfer Donaldson to the gunnery instructor school. Posted to Canada, Donaldson self-penned an RAF training booklet titled Notes on Air Gunnery and Air Fighting, which after the United States entered the war, provided the basis for his instruction. As liaison to the US Army Air Force, his booklet was replicated over 7,500 times, and helped teach USAAF gunnery instructors
On his return to England in 1944, he converted to jet aircraft and commanded the first operational Gloster Meteor squadron, at RAF Colerne
Airspeed record
During World War II, most of the pre-war airspeed records had been broken. The RAF decided to recapture the flight airspeed record with its new generation of jet aircraft, and set up a new High Speed Flight squadron. Group Captain Donaldson was selected to command the Air Speed Flight, established at the start of 1946. On 7 September 1946, he established a new official world record of 615.78 miles per hour (991.00 km/h) in a Gloster Meteor F Mk4 over Littlehampton, although some unofficial Me-262 and Me-163 flights in World War II achieved higher speeds. As a result, he was awarded a bar to his Air Force Cross.
Wg Cdr P Olver DFC 611 & 603 Sqn's Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot Fighter Ace 4 and 2 shared destroyed 3 and 1 shared probable, 4 and 2 shared damaged, 3 destroyed on the ground. Victories in Spitfire & Hurricane's, He was posted to 11 Group and joined 66 Sqn at Biggin Hill.Later with 244 Sqn. K G Wynn Details from Men of the Battle of Britain Book Enclosed. Details enclosed Certified Copy of 1289. Very Few additional Signed

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FF30d 40th Anniv 1st Flight British Jet Special Signed Plus P Olver Battle of Britain.
15th May 1981 BFPS 1735 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight Special Postmark. 40th Anniversary of the First British Jet Flight 15 May 1941. Green flown cachet flown aboard Tornado aircraft of the tripartite Tornado training establishment RAF Cottesmore on a navigational training exercise.Reflown in Meteor T7 WF791 of the Vinage Pair on 4th March 1983 from RAF Cranwell Pilots Sqn Ldr B A D M Mc Donald AFC and Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Williamson. Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the First Meteor flight from Cranwell 5th March 1943. Pilot Mr Micheal Daunt OBE Chief Test Pilot Gloster Aircraft Co.
Personally Signed. by Sqn Ldr B A D M Mc Donald AFC*,Michael Daunt OBE and Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Williamson Certified Copy No of 492

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24 7 1981 Neu - Isenburg 50th Anniv.special flt LZ127 Graf Zeppelin

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24 7 1981 Neu - Isenburg 50th Anniv.special flt LZ127 Graf Zeppelin crew signed

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RAF FDC Zeppelin Signed Oskar Rosch Zeppelin Crew ( Fahrmeister )
24 7 1981 Neu Isenburg 4 Graf Zepplin inLZ127 Special. 50th Anniversary of the Special Flight of LZ127 over the North Pole 24 to 31 July 1931.Cover based on a painting by Anthony Harold of Graf Zepplin LZ127 during Polar Flight. Flown in Bristol Britannia 312F (XX367 ) from RAF Boscombe Down MOD (PE) to RAF Brize Norton to Thule Air Base ( Greenland ) via North Pole to RAF brize Norton to Thule ( Greenland via North Pole to RAF Brize Norton to Boscombe Down. Personally Signed by Oskar Rosch Crewman & Fahrmeister on many Zeppelins including LZ127 Graf Zepplin on the North Pole flight & LZ 130 Graf Zepplin 2 who flew nearly 199,000 Kilometres on both Airships.Full details and photogragh enclosed. Certified Cover and signed by the project officer.

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9 5 1981 Brussel The 1st Airman in Action over German lines.Flown in Harrier of No 1 Sqn by Pilot Wg Cdr P T Squire Commanding No 1 Sqn

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Harrier signed pilot Wg Cdr P.T. Squire
DFC, AFC, OC 1 Squadron, awarded the DFC during the Falklands Campaign

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FF32c st Airman in Action over German lines Signed Marcel De Smet Resistance,PoW,Escaped Pilot

9 5 1981 Bruxelles The 1st Airman in Action over German lines.Flown in Harrier GR3 XV 787 of No 1 Sqn on an operational Range Sortie by Pilot Flt Lt J Rochfort

Personally Signed Lt.Gen.De Smet After serving in the ranks of the Secret Army , he escaped from Belgium in May 1942, travelling through France and Spain in order to join the Free Belgium services in Great Britain. Whilst travelling in Spain he was arrested and imprisoned for 5 months in an internment camp.He reached Great Britain in January 1943 and enlisted in the Belgian Forces for the duration of the War assigned to the RAF and commissioned as a pilot December 1944. Chief of Staff Belgium Air Force. Certified Copy of 1286

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AS FF32c But also Signed by Doug Roberts . Served on the Somme in 1918 and was wounded august 1918 hievement , after being invalided back to England he recovered and returned to his regiment , the 7th Battalion of the Royal East Kent.

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9 Sep 81 Hendon BFPS 1911 70th Anniversary of the First British Air Mail Hendon to Windsor .Flown

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Crew signed by Westland Whirlwind

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9 Sep 81 Hendon BFPS 1911 70th Anniversary of the First British Air Mail Hendon to Windsor .Flown
in Westland Whirlwind of No 32 Sqn along the same route taken by Gustav Hamel.
Special signed The Worshipful Mayor of of Hendon Councillor Mrs Rose Freedman & The Worshipful Mayor of of Windsor Councillor Arthur Jacob. Windsor.Details and Photo enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1195.

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3 X 81 Tokyo lady stamp 50th Anniversary of the Ist non - stop flight between Japan & USA. Flown in Lockheed 1011-200 G - BHBO New York to London Douglas DC 8-60 , London to Moscow, Moscow to Tokyo , Tokyo to San Francisco in Boeing B 747 San Francisco to Seattle in Boeing 727 - 222, Seattle to Wenatchee, Wenatchee to Seattle in Beech craft, Seattle to New York Douglas DC10-10 Total Flying time 34 hrs 51 Mins
Then New York to London BA194 in BAC Concorde 102. Concorde Pilot John D Eames
Japanese Lady stamp. Flown in Concorde.

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FF34c 50th Anniv Ist non - stop flight Japan to USA. Flown Concorde Signed
3 X 81 Tokyo 50th Anniversary of the Ist non - stop flight between Japan & USA. Flown in Concorde New York to London
Personally signed by C.M.Cleveland Boeing Company Public Relations Director
Had an active career in Newspaper reporting, advertising and aviation promation. While with the Wenatchee Daily World Newspaper he became a close friend of Clyde E Pangborn and his family. He covered Pangborn 1931 landing , and the First Non Stop Flight across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to the U.S. Certified Copy No 76 of 1195

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12 Apr 82 Jersey 70th Anniversary of the lst use of the Aeroplane in War.

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Co - Pilot signed Gp Capt W.S.O. Randle.WW11 Wellington pilot.

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12 Apr 82 Jersey 70th Anniversary of the lst use of the Aeroplane in War.
Flown from RAF Lyneham to Ascension Island via Daker in a Hercules MK1 of No 70 SqnThen flown on to the Falklands
Special.signed.Admiral Sir J.Fieldhouse Commander in Chief Fleet, and Air Marshal Sir John Curtiss as AOC 18 Group were responsible for the conduct of the Falklands campaign from their HQ at Northwood. 5 Backstamps. Details & Photo enclosed Certified Copy 0556 of 1200

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50th Anniv lst Flight from New York - London. Concorde flown cover Pilot signed
20 X 1981 Toronto Postmark 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from New York - London.
Toronto is from where Hinkler started 50 years ago and then flown to New York in Boeing B 727 and From New York to London in Concorde G - BOAG Pilot Captain E Reynolds. 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from New York - London.


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50th Anniv lst Flight from New York - London. Concorde flown cover Pilot signed
20 X 1981 Toronto Postmark 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from New York - London.
Toronto is from where Hinkler started 50 years ago and then flown to New York in Boeing B 727 and From New York to London in Concorde G - BOAG Pilot Captain E Reynolds. 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from New York - London.
Pilot signed by Concorde Pilot Captain E Reynolds New York - London.

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Concorde FDC flown New York to London Signed .
20 X 1981 Toronto.& 25 No 84 Port Stanley Falklands Postmarks . 50th Anniversary of the First Flight from New York to London by Sqn Ldr H J L Bert Hinkler in DeHavilland DH80A Puss Moth .Green Flown cachet on the reverse Flown over many of the stages taken by Sqn Ldr Hinkler during the First Solo flight New York to London. From Heathrow to Prestwick to Toronto in Boeing 747, cover was postmarked in Toronto from where Hinkler started 50 years ago and then flown to New York in Boeing B 727, from New York to Montego Bay in Boeing 727 , From Montego Bay to Kingdton in Boeing 727, from Kingston to New York in Boeing 727 From New York to London in Concorde G - BOAG, Captain E Reynolds, Senior First Officer C D Green flt time 3hrs 19 mins. This cover was flown on 2 World Records the first as above the second Flown in Hercules XV 292 from Port Stanley to South Georgia and return to Port Stanleyin a world record time by Sqn Ldr Holman. Personally Signed by Sqn Ldr Holman & verified by Beverley Snook, Chairman Royal Aero Club. Certified Copy No of 1186 Signed

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6 Jan 1982 New York 40th Anniv.of the 1st Round The World by a commercial flight.Flown Boeing 747 San Francisco to Honolulu & Honolulu to Auckland.

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6 Jan 1982 New York 40th Anniv.of the 1st Round The World by a commercial flight.Flown Boeing 747 San Francisco to Honolulu & Honolulu to Auckland. Signed by Capt C.H.Stewart pilot for Honolulu - Auckland stage.

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Special Signed .Capt.R.Ford .1935 pilot amphibians aircraft.

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50th Anniv of the 1st Solo crossing of the Atlantic by a women. Concorde flown Cover.

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Flown Concorde New York to London Pilot Signed .
10 July 82 Jersey The First Woman to Fly the Atlantic Solo.special postmark.50th Anniversary of the First Solo Crossing of the Atlantic by a woman Amelia Earhart 20 to 21 May 1932.Orange British airways Concorde flown cachet. Flown from Kennedy Airport, New York to Heathrow London in Concorde, G – BOAD flight No. BA192 Cruise Altitude 59,000 ft. Sector Miles 3640,Average speed 1095 m.p.h., Maximum speed 1350 m.p.h. flt time; 3 hrs 19 mins. Captain D.G.Ross, Senior First Officer; D.G.Mitchell, Senior Engineer Officer T Dewis.Personally Signed by Concorde pilot Captain D.R.Ross. London to Heathrow 6 Jul 1982 BA Concorde backstamp.

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Flown Concorde New York to London Signed female Pilot Scott .
10 July 82 Jersey The First Woman to Fly the Atlantic Solo.special postmark.50th Anniversary of the First Solo Crossing of the Atlantic by a woman Amelia Earhart 20 to 21 May 1932.Orange British airways Concorde flown cachet. Flown from Kennedy Airport, New York to Heathrow London in Concorde, G - BOAD flight No. BA192 Cruise Altitude 59,000 ft. Sector Miles 3640,Average speed 1095 m.p.h., Maximum speed 1350 m.p.h. flt time; 3 hrs 19 mins. Captain D.G.Ross, Senior First Officer; D.G.Mitchell, Senior Engineer Officer T Dewis.Personally Signed by Shelia Scott the first non American Man or Woman to fly Solo around the World who has broken over 100 World Light Aircraft Records. Certified Copy No of 1180 Signed Project Officer.



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1 Sept 1982 BFPS 5782 25th Anniv.Formatlon Army Air Corps.

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1 Sept 1982 BFPS 5782 25th Anniv.Formatlon Army Air Corps. Pilot signed.

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25th Anniv.Formatlon Army Air Corps.Flown General's Sir Hugh Stockwell,M B Farndale
1 Sept 1982 BFPS 5782 25th Anniv.Formatlon Army Air Corps.Special Signed. The First Colonel Commandant Army Air Corps General Sir Hugh Stockwell, GCB KBE DSO & Bar he first saw action during the ill fated operations in Norway in 1940 and The Present Colonel Commandant, Army Air Corps Major General M B Farndale . Details enclosed. Certified Copy No of 1180

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8 Sept 1982 BFPS 1982 60th Anniv. King’s Cup Flown by Mr A R Graves Race Position 2nd Black cachet 14 lines

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8 Sept 1982 BFPS 1982 60th Anniv. King’s Cup Flown by Mr A Dyer Race Position 9thblue cachet

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Pilot signed Mr A Dyer

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As FF40bB but also Signed by Wilson Aircraft Harvard.

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As FF40aA but 17 lined cachet Signed by Mr A R Graves

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FF40c 60th Anniv. King's Cup J.de M.Severne Won King Cup Air Race in 1960
8 Sept 1982 BFPS 1982 60th Anniv. King's Cup Flown by Mr A R Graves Race Position 5th Orange cachet 14 lines
Personally Signed by Air Vice Marshal J de M Severne.Capt Queens flight Won King Cup Air Race in 1960. Details and Black & White Photo enclosed. . Certified Copy No 0867 of 1200 Signed J Harrison Pilot Officer RAF Museum.