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Planes, Jets, Helicopters and Aviation History Featured on Authentic Postage Stamps

 

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50th Anniversary of Transatlantic Flight United States, 1977
Item ID: AV10

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This mint stamp, issued by the United States on May 20, 1977, commemorates the 50th anniversary of Charles A. Lindbergh's epic solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean. The stamp features his plane, "The Spirit of St. Louis," in flight over the ocean.
Price: $0.55
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50th Anniv. of 1st Trans-Pacific Flight Australia, 1978
Item ID: AV11

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This mint, imperforate (no perforation holes; as issued), sheet of four stamps was issued by Australia in 1978 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first trans-Pacific flight. Two Australians (Charles Kingsford Smith and Charles Ulm) and two Americans (Harry Lyon and James Warner) flew in the aircraft "Southern Cross" from Oakland, California, to Brisbane, Australia. With stops in Hawaii and Fiji, the trip lasted 9 days. Please click on the image or “Details” for an enlarged image and additional information.
Price: $1.95
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Wright Brothers "Pioneers of Aviation" Issue Set of 2 Mint Stamps United States, 1978
Item ID: AV12

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This mint set of two airmail stamps represents the United States Postal Service's first issue in its "Pioneers of Aviation" series. Issued on September 23, 1978, the stamps mark the 75th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright's historic first powered flight in 1903. The stamp designs depict Orville and Wilbur with their plane.
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Blanche Stuart Scott Pioneers of Aviation Series United States, 1980
Item ID: AV13

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With this mint airmail stamp, the United States Postal Service paid tribute to Blanche Stuart Scott, the first American woman to make a solo flight. Scott made her flight in early September, 1910. The issue date for this stamp was December 30, 1980.
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Glenn Curtiss Pioneers in Aviation Series United States, 1980
Item ID: AV14

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The United States Postal Service issued this mint airmail stamp on December 30, 1980, to honor the aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss. Curtiss was an early aviator and aircraft designer and manufacturer. He is well known for his invention and development of the aileron and for his design and production of the first successful seaplanes and amphibious airplanes.
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Igor Sikorsky Pioneers of Aviation Series United States, 1988
Item ID: AV15

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Igor Sikorsky designed and manufactured many early helicopters. The United States paid tribute to this aviation pioneer with the issuance of this mint airmail stamp on June 23, 1988. The stamp features Sikorsky and his VS-300 helicopter.
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Harriet Quimby Pioneers of Aviation Series United States, 1991
Item ID: AV16

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Harriet Quimby was the first licensed American pilot; she was also a journalist and drama critic. The United States honored this aviation pioneer on April 27, 1991, with the release of this mint airmail stamp. The stamp features Quimby and a Bleriot airplane.
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William T. Piper Pioneers of Aviation Series United States, 1991
Item ID: AV17

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William T. Piper, known as the "Henry Ford pf Aviation," was the developer of the popular Piper Cub aircraft. The United States honored this aviation pioneer by issuing this mint airmail stamp on May 17, 1991. The stamp features Piper and his Piper Cub.
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Wright Brothers Issue United States, 1949
Item ID: AV18

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The United States issued this mint airmail stamp on December 17, 1949, to commemorate the 46th anniversary of Wilbur and Orville Wright's first flight. The Wright Brothers accomplished their first flight at Kill Devil Hill (South of Kitty Hawk, N.C.) on December 17, 1903. Scott Cat.# C45.
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Octave Chanute - "Pioneers of Aviation" issue Mint Set of 2 Stamps United States, 1979
Item ID: AV19

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This mint set of two airmail stamps, issued on March 29, 1979, as part of the United States Postal Service's Pioneers of Aviation series, honors Octave Chanute. Chanute's biplane glider became a standard for future glider design. The stamps feature Octave Chanute and his glider.
Price: $1.85
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Octave Chanute - "Pioneers of Aviation" issue Mint Stamp Pair Discounted 2nd Quality
Item ID: AV19s

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This mint pair of airmail stamps, issued on March 29, 1979, as part of the United States Postal Service's Pioneers of Aviation series, honors Octave Chanute. Chanute's biplane glider became a standard for future glider design. The stamps feature Octave Chanute and his glider. Please note that the designs on these stamps are well off-centered (relative to the stamp edges) – our price has been discounted appropriately.
Price: $1.20
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Aircraft - Set of 3 Airmail Stamps Austria, 1968
Item ID: AV22

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Issued by Austria on May 31, 1968, this complete mint set of three airmail stamps commemorated an International Air Post Exhibition held in Vienna between May 30 & June 4, 1968 (IFA WIEN 1968). The stamp designs include an Etrich "Dove," a twin-engine jet airliner and a four-engine jet airliner. The 2011 Scott Catalogue value for this set is $1.95. Scott Cat.# C61-3.
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