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Amelia Earhart Lockheed Vega 5B Print Smithsonian Relic Series Orig. Fabric For Sale
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Amelia Earhart Lockheed Vega 5B Print Smithsonian Relic Series Orig. Fabric:
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Amelia Earhart Lockheed Vega 5B Print, Smithsonian Relic Series, Original FabricThis sale is for a framed Smithsonian Air and Space Museum aviation fabric print from their "Aviation Relic Series". This print has original fabric from Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega 5B in which she was the first woman to make a non-stop trans Atlantic flight. She loved this airplane and referred to it as her "Little Red Bus". Each aircraft depicted in this historic series was restored by the Smithsonian Institution and is part of its collection. The fabric removed during that restoration is certified to be the original fabric. Each Print has a 2"x2" square of fabric from the plane along with a photo. Print size is approximately 20" x 15" This print has been framed and in excellent condition.We are selling other framed prints from this series - please check our other sales.Please look at all photos for details. We have been selling on for over 10 years and work very hard to make sure you will be happy with your purchases. Please contact us before offerding if you have any questions.
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