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US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight

US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight

US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight
Rare US Lithuania Aviation Badge in Memoriam of Steponas Darius & Stasys Girnas_ 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight. Heavy metal badge with quality hot enamel. Size: Approximately 3 cm in diameter. Rare badge in very good condition. Only a Badge is for sale. Other photos are for information only. The badge marks historic flight of Lituanica – the airplane on which American pilots of Lithuanian origin Steponas Darius and Stasys Girenas in 1933 tried to set a flight range record. Departing from New York and successfully flying over the Atlantic Ocean, they crashed under unclear circumstances, when less than a tenth of the way remained to the end of the route (Kaunas, then the temporary capital of Lithuania). This flight is considered one of the most important events in the history of Lithuania in the 20th century. In the history of world aviation, the flight of S. Girenas was just one of many others, and unsuccessful one. Those days, range records were set one after another, and most of them were set over the Atlantic. However, the flight is notable for the fact that without landings, they stayed in the air for 37 hours and 11 minutes, having flown (to the crash site) 6411 kilometers, which was the second result for a non-stop flight at that time. Despite bad weather conditions, lack of radio communication and autopilot, their flight was very accurate. Darius and Girnas: Failed flight that helped build the nation. Steponas Darius (known as Stephen Darius in the US; January 8, 1896 July 17, 1933) and Stasys Girenas known as Stanley T. Girenas in the US; October 4, 1893 – July 17, 1933 were Lithuanian American pilots. Steponas Darius was born in Kovno Governorate of the Russian Empire. He immigrated to the US with his family in 1907. In 1917 he joined the United States Army. He served as a telephone operator in the 149th Field Artillery Regiment, fought in France, was wounded and received the Purple Heart medal. He participated in the Klaipda Revolt of 1923. While living in Lithuania he completed pilot training. He initially formed South Bend Airways in partnership with Carl G. Jordan of South Bend, Indiana. Their fleet consisted of a Pheasant H-10 and an Eaglerock Long Wing, both powered by OX-5 engines of World War I vintage. On July 15, 1933, along with Stasys Girnas, he attempted a nonstop flight from New York City, United States to Kaunas, Lithuania a total of 7,186 kilometres (4,465 mi), in a Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker airplane named Lituanica. Both aviators were killed in the crash. They had covered a distance of 6,411 km (3,984 mi) without landing, and were only 650 km (400 mi) short of their destination. TRAGIC FLIGHT OF “LITUANICA”. Following Lindbergh’s famed solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, the Atlantic became an inviting challenge to daring pilots, and since that time a number of them have attempted to fly it in small aircraft. It seems that the year 1933 before the advent of modern aircraft was relatively rich in transatlantic flights, among which was one by the two Lithuanian pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girnas. Their flight, however, ended tragically; they succeeded in crossing the Atlantic, but early in the morning on July 17, 1933, their plane, “Lituani-ca, ” crashed in the Soldin Forest in eastern Germany (now western Poland), several hundred miles from their destination, and both pilots were killed. As if to symbolize their determination, their bodies were flown to Kaunas, which had Been their destination, and there they were given a state funeral. It was fitting that they should be honored as national heroes, for as “The New York Times” noted in reporting their deaths, they had undertaken their flight in an effort to add Lithuania’s name to the roster of aviation pioneers. Both men were American citizens, but both had been born in Lithuania, and in the same year 1896. In 1910, Stasys Girnas together with his brother, left Lithuania and settled with relatives in Chicago. Here he soon showed a mechanical aptitude; he worked in a printing shop, and in his spare time he tinkered with his own motorcycle. When the United States entered the First World War, Girnas volunteered and was assigned to a flying school in Dallas, Texas. Here he worked as an aviation mechanic for the duration of the war. By the time he was demobilized he had acquired a thirst for flying and for flying machines, and in 1924 he and a Swedish friend of his bought an airplane. He developed a love for stunt flying while he was still a student pilot; in 1925 he and his partner suffered a near-fatal accident while practicing near Chicago. Two years later he made his first solo flight, and in 1930 he received his transport pilot’s license. He bought a succession of airplanes, which he used for stunt flying and for transporting passengers. As for the former, he performed various figures and quickly learned to cut his engine at an altitude of 1, CC0 feet and land in a designated area with a dead motor. He won a prize from his American League post in Chicago for this stunt. As a passenger pilot, Girnas carried several thousand people without an accident. He also did considerable work as a flying instructor. The longest flight he made during this period was around 1,000 miles. Steponas Darius came to the United States in December, 1907; he settled temporarily in New Jersey, and in 1909 moved to Chicago. After graduating from a technical high school he attended Lane Junior College, where he majored in engineering. He was noted as an athlete, distinguishing himself in baseball, football and basketball. In 1917 he volunteered for the army and was assigned to a field artillery battery. He went to Europe with the American Expeditionary Forces and participated actively on the Luneville, Bacarat, Esperance, Champag-ne-Marne and Meuse-Argonne fronts. Darius was wounded on the Champagne-Marne front, and he received several citations for bravery. Here he attended an officers’ school and a school for aviators, and in 1923 he became a military pilot. In that same year Darius participated in the action at Klaipeda v/hsn that region passed from French into Lithuanian hands and became an autonomous area within the Lithuanian state. He was also active in sports; besides organizing sport clubs, he was one of the initiators of and for a time headed the Lithuanian Association of Physical Culture. He was also the author of several pamphlets on basketball and baseball. Darius’ leave began on May 4. 1927, and he was in Paris on the 21st of that month when Lindbergh landed his Spirit of St. It was probably here that Darius first conceived the idea of crossing the Atlantic from the United States to Kaunas. When he reached the United States he acquired his own plane and made many flights around the country. One of his most interesting experiences as an aviator was his work as pilot of an orchestra. This orchestra had been founded by H. MacDonald, of New York, and it traveled by air in filling its engagements. Darius was hired as one of its pilots immediately after his return to the United States. In the same year he was one of the participants in a transcontinental air race; he piloted “Miss South Bend, ” an entry of the South Bend, Indiana, “Tribune” and the Chicago Flying Service. The race started in New York, and Captain Darius (he had achieved the rank of captain in the Lithuanian military aviation service) reached Chicago but was forced to withdraw there because of engine failure. Darius and Girnas met in 1927, and almost immediately they began thinking about a nonstop flight from the United States to Kaunas. This was the period of aviation heroes and of epoch-marking flights. The Americans Lindbergh and Byrd, the Italian De Bernardi, the Germans Koehl and Huenefeld and the Frenchmen Coste and Bellonte were exploring new air routes and laying the foundations for a future worldwide air service. All the other countries, too, were developing their aviation. Lithuania acquired its first airplane for military use in 1919, as war booty from the Bolsheviks; it bought eight more planes in Germany that same year, and in 1923 it opened its first school for military pilots. But civil aviation was completely ignored. Some stimulus was necessary that would arouse public interest in air travel and lead the young country to concentrate more of its resources on the development of aviation. This had been one of Darius’ chief interests while he was in Lithuania, and he often discussed the idea of flying clubs with his fellow pilots as a means of stimulating broad public participation in aviation. For while pilots of other nations were making headlines through their daring and important flights, Lithuanian pilots were contributing almost nothing. Thus was born the idea of flying this distance of some 4,000 miles in the interests of Lithuanian aviation. Both Darius and Girnas were highly qualified for such an undertaking by virtue of their long experience with aircraft. On July 18, 1932, the two men bought a plane a Bellanca J-6 300 Model C H and began preparing for the trip. Darius, who had had experience with this type of plane, was convinced that it would be adequate for the ocean crossing if certain modifications were made. New gas and oil tanks had to be added, the wings had to be lengthened and certain instruments were required; also, a new motor was necessary. The plane was entrusted to the workshops of E. Laird, in Chicago, for these changes. The two pilots appealed to the Lithuanian-American public for funds with which to carry out the undertaking: they made frequent tours of Lithuanian colonies in the United States during this period, giving flying exhibitions. Gire- nas would perform stunts and Darius would take passengers for rides. Finally the plane was ready. On July 15, 1933, the “Lituanica” and iti two pilots took off from Floyd Bennett Field on the long journey eastward. Thirty-seven hours and 11 minutes later, the “Lituanica” crashed in eastern Germany, while some 25,000 people weer awaiting the plane’s arrival at Kaunas Airport. The cause of the accident was never determined. The plane had been seen wandering at a low altitude in the general area of the crash the night before. The treetops had been cut off for several hundred feet in front of the crash spot. The pilots must have been flying at a low altitude either because they were looking for a landing place or because of instrument failure. As it is, the flight remains a marvel of navigation. The plane’s log shows that it remained on course during almost the whole of the trip, and this without a radio the weight problem had forced them to make the flight without one. Funeral services were held in Kaunas Cathedral; 60,000 people attended, and Archbishop Skvireckas officiated. A day of national mourning was declared, and President Smetona of Lithuania and other high government officials published statements lauding the heroism of the flight. It is estimated that some 300 streets in Lithuania were named for the pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girnas. In the hearts of the youth of Lithuania they will forever remain national heroes; it was the young generation to whom these two pioneers dedicated their transatlantic flight, and their testament has become a source of inspiration. The lack of selfishness, which characterized these two pilots, is exam-plary. Whereas most other pilots in those early days of transatlantic aviation were attracted by various financial or other profitable gains, the attempt of Darius and Girnas can be considered as an idealistic mission, and today, 25 years later, the admiration for these two pilots has not diminished. The item “US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight” is in sale since Sunday, November 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “pelin60″ and is located in EU, Riga . This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • key words: Lituanica Transatlantic Flight Darius Girnas
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Lithuania
  • Theme: Militaria
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1919-38

US Lithuania Aviation Badge S. Darius & S. Girnas 1933 Fatal Transatlantic Flight

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Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap

Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap

Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap
During the WWII, these type of helmets were part of the standard outfit of the German. They were worn by the flying personnel, fighter pilots and bomber flyers. The helmet is made of qualitative brown natural leather with cover inside. It has metal buttons, which are marked’Prym. Shows very little use, most wear can be seen at the top of the cap. Great condition for its age. Very faint lettering visible on chin strap must have been the crewmans name. The item “VINTAGE WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE PILOT AVIATOR LEATHER FLIGHT HELMET CAP” is in sale since Thursday, February 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “swizz_gear” and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany

Vintage Wwii German Luftwaffe Pilot Aviator Leather Flight Helmet Cap

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Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932

Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932

Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932
Sell a original Swiss Army Jacket. From 1932 – see stamp. The jacket has the color green and is in good condition. The jacket has various stamps, these are 100% original. The size is abbout old. B – Shoulder to shoulder : 46. Cm – 18.11 in. C – Armpit to Armpit: 55. Cm – 21.65 in. A – Arm length from Shoulder : 64. Cm – 25.19 in. D – Back length: 70. Cm – 27.55 in. DHL package insured to Asia, Australia, North and South America. The item “Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932″ is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Men’s Clothing\Coats & Jackets”. The seller is “11.gespensterdivision” and is located in Great East Berlin. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Switzerland
  • Style: Military
  • Material: 100% Wool
  • Color: Green
  • Size (Men’s): No Size label available
  • Brand: Swiss Army
  • Size Type: Regular

Old Swiss Army Jacket Motorcycle Military Flight Coat Switzerland Original 1932

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Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition

Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition

Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition
SCARCE ORIGINAL PRE WW2 ERA (1920’S -1930’S) U. ARMY AIR CORPS PILOT’S GOGGLES IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. VERY NICE EARLY PAIR OF PILOT’S FLIGHT GOGGLES WITH METAL FRAME, CLEAR LENSES AND WHITE RUBBER EYE CUSHIONS, EACH ARE NUMBERED. GOGGLES ARE COMPLETE WITH GRAY ADJUSTABLE HEAD STRAP AND METAL ATTACHMENT CLIPS. THESE GOGGLES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, SHOWING LIGHT WEAR AND AGE, IMPOSSIBLE TO UPGRADE. SCARCE FIND AND GREAT FOR YOUR PRE TO EARLY WW2 U. ARMY AIR CORPS (AAF) DISPLAY/COLLECTION. SEE ABOVE PHOTOS FOR FURTHER DETAILS. The item “Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition” is in sale since Monday, July 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Personal Gear”. The seller is “ww21941″ and is located in Buffalo, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Original Pre WW2 U. S. Army Air Corps Pilot Flight Goggles, Excellent Condition

Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long

Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long

Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long
Manufactured by the A. From 1928 to 1932. Style 402, Size 38 long. S ee scans for condition. NOT A MILITARY ITEM, BUT IS EARLY AVIATION ITEM, used by many WW1 aviators when barnstorming. A nice item considering the age, see the description details above – see scans. Great subject matter and eye appeal. Weighs around 11 pounds. Shows some typical wear & discoloration due to age, some staining due to age and use. Overall in nice condition, all is intact — camera doesn’t do justice to the rich leather color. Has the original Talon zippers, all work fine. Includes all the original buttons. Also Includes the original belt and full silk pile lining. Some cracking in leather, especially at the lower sleeves (see close-up scans #11 left sleeve and #12 right sleeve). Leather at bottom of pant legs has cracking also. This vintage leather flight suit was made by A. Aviation Clothing (see intact tag picture inside left chest area), between 1928 and 1932. It has a mouton collar, an offset closure, belted waist, large map pocket with sharply scalloped pocket flap, thigh pockets and a full silk pile lining. It is a size 38, and is their model 402. The suit has the original Talon Fastener Co. The zips are on the sleeves, legs, the chest and on two pass through pockets so the aviator could access his pants pockets. The fly opening is accomplished by a snap on the zipper tape. The large collar has a hook closure at the neck and a three button throat latch under the collar, to really secure it during open cockpit flight. While not his suit, Charles Lindbergh was a prominent endorser of Spaldings flight suits of this era. We strive for 5-star service , even though this is just a hobby for us. We are very careful to fully describe each item. The item “Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long” is in sale since Tuesday, November 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “mikek97″ and is located in Durham, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Leather 1930 AVIATION FLIGHT SUIT Barnstormer Spaulding Style 402 Size 38 Long


1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2

1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2

1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2
1930s Era Lee House Army Air Force Flight Suit. Ultra Rare and Collectible. Excellent Condition for Age. Crown Zippers on Legs and Sleeves. Main Front Zipper Broken. Small Hole near Crotch. Slant Pocket on Chest. Pocket on Right Leg. 60 Top to Bottom. 23 Shoulder to Cuff. Please Message with Any Questions. The item “1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2″ is in sale since Sunday, October 15, 2017. This item is in the category “Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Vintage\Men’s Vintage Clothing\Other Men’s Vintage Clothing”. The seller is “cableandcompany” and is located in Kansas City, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Decade: 1930s
  • Brand: Lee
  • Size Type: Regular
  • Size (Men’s): 36
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Look: Military
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

1930s HD Lee House Mark Army Air Force A4 Flight Suit Named Pre World War 2

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane
RARE FRENCH PILOT AVIATION HELMET – PRE WW2 FLIGHT HELMET. Size: Mark as 58cm. For those who love history, past memories and heritage of the most dominant aviation, motorcycling and motoring themes. Specialize in historical headgear: goggles, helmets, sunglasses and costume accessories: hats, caps, gloves and garments. We sell antiques, collectible, and vintage items. Items may contain minor dusting, soiling, usage marks, and blemishes caused by natural aging and use. To preserve the integrity of an item we decided not to clean or restore them. We leave the cleaning decision up to you. Every so often we do list some new items which we clearly state in the description. We do try our best to match the product to the condition below. Brand new and never used. No visible flaws in appearance. Most antique and vintage items will not fall in this category. However, there are some old back stock still in the market and highly sought after. Upon close inspection some very minor signs of use or wear, but no serious flaws. Highly prized antique and vintage items. Condition usually can’t be upgraded or any better. Obviously used but kept in great condition and well cared for. Displays normal signs of use and wear but no abuse. Clearly used enough to cause noticeable signs of wear. Overall still in collectible condition. Offers satisfaction of owning a long sought after piece. The collectible condition is still tolerated by most collectors. Used extensively, many cosmetic flaws and signs of wear. Still holds collectible desire based on availability, uniqueness and character. Makes for a nice filler piece. Used extensively with abundant and major cosmetic flaws. Makes for a nice filler collectible until a better one can be obtained. Displays lots of use and age character. For the collector who likes to restore or just desires the primitive rustic look of an abused aged item. The condition listed is a personal opinion. We try to give a fair opinion based on our experience. The pictures are taken from actual items. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. These charges are the buyers responsibility. We are committed to providing our customers total satisfaction. BRF offers the following. If you are not satisfied with the product, please contact first. Otherwise all sales are final. Please pay close attention to photos and description. Additional photos or information are available upon request. As proof of mailing. Transit time can range from 2 to 5 days for Europe and 7 to 15 days for USA and for Rest of the World. No checks and no M. BRF is committed to protecting your privacy. We will not sell, trade, rent or disclose any information that identifies you to a third party. ENJOY OUR ITEMS AND HAVE A NICE DAY! The item “RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane” is in sale since Tuesday, December 13, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “lfazevedo” and is located in Matosinhos. This item can be shipped worldwide.
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VINTAGE Aviator ACE Old Plane

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE

RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE
RARE FRENCH PILOT AVIATION HELMET – PRE WW2 FLIGHT HELMET. AIRAILLE Helmet, Type 11. Made in Paris by Camille Zinszner. Size: Mark as 56cm. You wouldn’t find a better example!! Collector and Museum item. For those who love history, past memories and heritage of the most dominant aviation, motorcycling and motoring themes. Specialize in historical headgear: goggles, helmets, sunglasses and costume accessories: hats, caps, gloves and garments. We sell antiques, collectible, and vintage items. Items may contain minor dusting, soiling, usage marks, and blemishes caused by natural aging and use. To preserve the integrity of an item we decided not to clean or restore them. We leave the cleaning decision up to you. Every so often we do list some new items which we clearly state in the description. We do try our best to match the product to the condition below. Brand new and never used. No visible flaws in appearance. Most antique and vintage items will not fall in this category. However, there are some old back stock still in the market and highly sought after. Upon close inspection some very minor signs of use or wear, but no serious flaws. Highly prized antique and vintage items. Condition usually can’t be upgraded or any better. Obviously used but kept in great condition and well cared for. Displays normal signs of use and wear but no abuse. Clearly used enough to cause noticeable signs of wear. Overall still in collectible condition. Offers satisfaction of owning a long sought after piece. The collectible condition is still tolerated by most collectors. Used extensively, many cosmetic flaws and signs of wear. Still holds collectible desire based on availability, uniqueness and character. Makes for a nice filler piece. Used extensively with abundant and major cosmetic flaws. Makes for a nice filler collectible until a better one can be obtained. Displays lots of use and age character. For the collector who likes to restore or just desires the primitive rustic look of an abused aged item. The condition listed is a personal opinion. We try to give a fair opinion based on our experience. The pictures are taken from actual items. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. These charges are the buyers responsibility. We are committed to providing our customers total satisfaction. BRF offers the following. If you are not satisfied with the product, please contact first. Otherwise all sales are final. Please pay close attention to photos and description. Additional photos or information are available upon request. As proof of mailing. Transit time can range from 2 to 5 days for Europe and 7 to 15 days for USA and for Rest of the World. No checks and no M. BRF is committed to protecting your privacy. We will not sell, trade, rent or disclose any information that identifies you to a third party. ENJOY OUR ITEMS AND HAVE A NICE DAY! The item “RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE” is in sale since Monday, August 29, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “lfazevedo” and is located in Matosinhos. This item can be shipped worldwide.
RARE FRENCH Pilot HELMET AVIATION PRE WW2 FLIGHT VTG Aviator ACE Old Plane UNUSE

WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank

WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank

WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank
WWI US Navy Aviator Uniform & Pants Ensign Schofield, bullion wing / flight rank. Schuman of Boston Tailored early Naval Aviation uniform grouping in incredible condition. Pen dated Oct 1918, Eugene R. Schofield of Massachusets, listed as studying Naval Aviation at Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT 1919, 1919 / 1920 vintage uniform with sewn down shoulder boards for wear under flight clothing. This set has its pants and suspenders. Let the photos do the talking for this rare early gem of aviation. The item “WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank” is in sale since Thursday, November 24, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Uniforms”. The seller is “gunboatparksurplus” and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
WWI USN Aviation Uniform set Ensign Schofield, bullion pilot wing / flight rank