Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

Sale 105

Lot 402

Aviation Memorabilia, An Eclectic Group, Including Transcontinental Air Transport, An Engraving of Lindbergh's Nostalgia VI, a Spitfire Bolt, Etc. This group includes: Limited Edition Engraving, "Nostalgia VI - The Lone Eagle - Lindbergh" by Herb Fichter, No. 215 of 400, 7¼ x 10¼"; matted and framed to 12½ x 15¼".
Two TAT [Transcontinental Air Transport, Inc.] covers commemorating their inaugural coast to coast flight via air and railroad, July 8, 1929; one is signed by the mayor and governor of Columbus, Ohio.
A TAT Illustrated Map showing route from Columbus, Ohio to Los Angeles and a TAT pack of playing cards with case. Charles A. Lindbergh helped plan the airline and served as pilot.
A piece of the control panel retrieved from the wreckage of the USS Shenandoah, the first of four U.S. Navy rigid airships. Constructed in 1922-23, it made the first crossing of North America by airship. It wrecked in a squall over Ohio in Sept. 1925.
N 747 PA plaque-- named in honor of the founder of the airline, Pam Am "Clipper Juan T. Trippe," the first Boeing 747-100 given a production number; it flew for Pan Am from New York to London for over 20 years.
An 8½ x 14¼" piece of wood from an airplane made into a picture frame, with vintage photo.
A 2½" bolt on a wooden mount saying it was recovered 10/81 and is from the Battle of Britain Spitfire piloted by Stanford Tuck.
A small piece of original fabric from Byrd's Antarctic Airplane. Estimate Value $200 - UP

Realized $480

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