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Orville Wright with Signed Cancelled Airmail Envelope

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  • Orville Wright with Signed Cancelled Airmail Envelope Aviation Art
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$995.00

 Product Description

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This Aviation Collectible is exquisitely Framed with double mattes and comes in a 1 ½" Matte Black Frame, exclusively produced by Planejunkie.

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Dimensions: 15.25" x 19.75"
Signature: Aviation Pioneer Orville Wright (A real signature by Orville Wright in what looks like a quill pen - not a reproduction)

First Day of Issue Envelope: 1928 Airmail Envelope

Plane Type: Wright Flyer

Born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1871, Orville Wright and his elder brother, Wilbur Wright, were the inventors of the world's first successful airplane. The brothers successfully conducted the first free, controlled flight of a power-driven airplane on December 17, 1903. They subsequently became successful businessmen, filling contracts for airplanes in both Europe and the United States. Today, the Wright brothers are considered the "fathers of modern aviation." Orville is also known for developing technology for the U.S. Army. He died in Dayton on January 30, 1948.

 

 

Authenticity Statement:

We at Planejunkie have worked with famous aviators for 30+ years and inspect each and every signature we sell along with all First Day of Issue envelopes. We have either obtained the signatures we sell personally or purchase them from private trusted sources that we stake our reputation on.

I obtained this Cover from a long time Aviation Autograph Collector who has had this in his collection for over 35 yrs.
He bought it from Al Zimmerman's Auctions in New York in 1984.
At the time he bought it his auctions were the leading auctions in the U.S. for Aviation items. He and his Brother Joe Merman were the guys to go to for these types of Aviation signatures.
He is now selling his Aviation collection for others to enjoy and I am framing these one of a kind items with complimentary photos or artwork. 
There has never been a doubt about the signatures on the items that Al Zimmerman sold back then because most famous aviators were still living and collecting just wasn't what it is today.
He was the leading guy on Aviation Signatures back then, way before the current so called experts decided to convince collectors they knew it all and if it didn't have a COA from them it wasn't to be trusted. 

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