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    Charles Lindbergh Photograph Signed with a Clarence Chamberlin Inscribed Photograph Signed. Lindbergh has signed this photograph of his famous airplane, The Spirit of St. Louis, at the lower right corner. The photograph measures 6" x 4" (sight). Directly below is a photograph of aviator Clarence Chamberlin (1893-1976), the second man to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, but the first to have a transatlantic passenger, seen in an oval portrait above a large airplane, measuring 7.75" x 5.75" (sight). Both photographs are matted with an additional photograph of Lindbergh and engraved plates featuring the accomplishments of the two men and framed to an overall size of 38.5" x 23.5".

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    9th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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