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World's Greatest Aircraft Sheet of 50

This 50 postage stamps from the Marshall Islands featuring the World's Greatest Aircraft. The stamps were issued on August 12, 2004.

Illustrated by renowned aviation artists Jack Fellows and Steve Ferguson, the stamps depict 50 aircraft that have been pivotal in the history of powered flight. The subject of the stamps were selected by the History of Powered Flight Advisory Board chaired by Colonel Walter J. Boyne (USAF, Ret.), former director of the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution.

World's Greatest Aircraft includes among others: the Wright 1903 Flyer, the first powered airplane to demonstrate sustained flight under full pilot control; France's Deperdussin Racer, the world's fastest pre-World War I aircraft; Germany's Fokker E1, considered by many to be the first true fighter plane; and America's Lockheed Vega, flown around the world by Wiley Post and by Ameliah Earhart nonstop across the Atlantic.

Also among the 50 stamps are outstanding military aircraft from World Wars I and II: Britain's Avro Lancaster, Germany's Fokker D VII, Japan's A6M Zero, and America's P-51 Mustang. This Bonus item will be sent to you at the same time as your first subscription shipment. Available while quantities last.

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