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Four blade propeller
1553784744Code 6370 Four blade propellerFour-blade propeller made of laminated wood during the WWI, 190x14x190 cm - 74x5.51x74 inches. It is signed: LP 982 ALH (Left Hand Rotation) 160 Hp (Engine) D2740 (Diameter in mm) P1260 (Pitch in mm) G1428 N4C (Production Number) The LP982 was the standard propeller used on the FE2B aircraft from July 1918 onwards. LP indicates the designer of the propeller, the Lang Propeller Co., a British company, specializing in aircraft propeller manufacture between 1913 and 1936. The first FE2 was designed by Geoffrey de Havilland at the Royal Aircraft Factory in 1911. A total of 1,939 FE2B were built. FE2B was successful as a light tactical night bomber; instead its climb rate and ceiling were too poor for it to make a satisfactory night fighter. Round turned brass support made to measure, to hang the propeller.
Code 6370
Four blade propeller
United Kingdom
WWI
Cm 190x14x190
Inches 74x5.51x74
EUR 12000.00
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Antique propeller
1603712893Code 6738 Antique propellerPropeller made of laminated wood with lateral metal reinforcements, central hub with 6 holes. Written engraved on the wood H 3899. Complete with customized support made of turned brass for wall mounting. British manufacture. End of 1930s. Cm 189.5 x15.5x 8.5 - inches 74.6x6x.3.34. Very good condition.
Code 6738
Antique propeller
United Kingdom
1930s
Cm 189.5x15.5x8.5
Inches 74.6x6x.3.34
EUR 1800.00
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Model propeller
1581087383Code 546A Model propellerSmall propeller of a vintage airplane model made in Uk in 1930s, mahogany, mounted on a metal and brass base. 8x36.5 cm - 3.14x14.37 inches.
Code 546A
Model propeller
United Kingdom
1930s
Cm 8x36.5
Inches 3.14x14.37
EUR 350.00
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Aircraft model propeller
1571833677Code 6448 Aircraft model propellerSmall propeller of an aicraft model of laminated wood, French manufacture of the thirties. Very good condition mounted on a custom-made base of iron and brass. Height 53 cm - 20.86 inches, width 6.5 cm - 2.55 inches, depth 3 cm - 1.18 inches.
Code 6448
Aircraft model propeller
France
1930s
Cm 6.5x3x53
Inches 2.55x1.18x20.86
EUR 350.00
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Russian sextant
1579689946Code 6528a Russian sextantRussian-made sextant of World War II made of gray painted metal complete with original wooden box with accessories. Good condition. Box 31x20 cm h 12.8 - inches 12.2x7.87 h 5.
Code 6528a
Russian sextant
Russia
WWII
Cm 31x20x12.8 box
Inches 12.2x7.87x5
EUR 700.00
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Aircraft sextant
1579690508Code 6518 Aircraft sextantWWII Air Force Sextant used by Air Force U.S. Army Series No. 13774 produced by ANSCO Binghamton N.Y. and sold by Edmund Salvage Co Audubon,in its original wooden box. Good condition, some lacks. Box size 23x23 h 14.5 cm.
Code 6518
Aircraft sextant
USA
WWII
Cm 23x23x14.5 box
Inches 9x9x5.7 box
EUR 600.00
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Sketch n3
126201514190734Code 3587 Sketch n3Preparatory sketch, watercolor, of a poster about the aeronautical competition Gran Premio Milano on 19th September 1948, depicting three types of flying machines, made by Riccardo Cavigioli. Including frame 38x1.7x45 cm - 14.9x0.66x17.7 inches.
Code 3587
Sketch n3
Italy
1948
Cm 38x1.7x45 frame
Inches 14.9x0.66x17.7 frame
EUR 600.00
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Sketch n2
1262015142134734Code 3586 Sketch n2Preparatory sketch, watercolor, of a poster about the aeronautical competition Gran Premio Milano on 19th September 1948, depicting three types of flying machines, made by Riccardo Cavigioli. Including frame 37x1.7x48 cm.
Code 3586
Sketch n2
Italy
1948
Cm 37x1.7x48 frame
Inches 14.56x0.66x18.89 frame
EUR 600.00
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Sketch n1
1262015142343734Code 3585 Sketch n1Preparatory sketch, watercolor, of a poster about the aeronautical competition Gran Premio Milano on 19th September 1948, depicting three types of flying machines, made by Riccardo Cavigioli. Including frame 38x1.7x43 cm - 14.96x0.66x16.9 inches.
Code 3585
Sketch n1
Italy
1948
Cm 38x1.7x43 frame
Inches 14.96x0.66x16.9 frame
EUR 600.00
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Albatros C III
1610200812397734Code 21 Albatros C IIIPencil drawing represents a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Albatros C III drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. Including frame cm 53.5x1.7x31.4 - inches 21x0.66x13.
Code 21
Albatros C III
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 53.5x1.7x31.4 frame
Inches 21x0.66x13 frame
EUR 250.00
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Albatros D III Fiat R 2
17102009181527734Code 163 Albatros D III Fiat R 2Water-colour and pencil drawing representing two biplanes, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. Left = single-seat biplane fighter Albatros D III produced in 1917. Right= two-seat single-engined biplane for reconnaissance Fiat R 2, produced in 1918 on the project of engineer Rosatelli. Measure with frame cm 75x1.7x81 - inches 29.6x0.66x32.
Code 163
Albatros D III Fiat R 2
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 75x1.7x81 frame
Inches 29.6x0.66x32 frame
EUR 550.00
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Albatros DV A
1822013111425734Code 34 Albatros DV APastel and pencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a single-seat biplane fighter Albatros DV A, employed since July 1917 and produced in numerous exemplars till May 1918. Aircraft equipped with a 185 engine and armed with twin Spandaus 7.92 mm. Measure with frame cm 65x81.5 - inches 25.5x0.66x33.5.
Code 34
Albatros DV A
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 65x1.7x81.5 frame
Inches 25.5x0.66x33.5 frame
EUR 500.00
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Albatros D V Hanriot HD 1
17102008161732734Code 166 Albatros D V Hanriot HD 1Pencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing two biplanes fighting. On the left 1=single-seat biplane fighter Albatros D V, Germanic manufacture developed in 1917. On the right= single-seat biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1 produced under license by Macchi in 1916. Measure with frame cm 78x1.7x85 - inches 31x0.66x34.
Code 166
Albatros D V Hanriot HD 1
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 78x1.7x85 frame
Inches 31x0.66x34 frame
EUR 400.00
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Hanriot HD Albatros C III
1531828225Code 178 Hanriot HD Albatros C IIIQuinquina drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing biplanes fighting. Left=single-seat biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1 produced under license by Macchi in 1916. Right= two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Albatros C III produced in 1916. Measure with frame cm 105x1.7x72 - inches 41.4x0.66x28.4.
Code 178
Hanriot HD Albatros C III
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 105x1.7x72 frame
Inches 41.4x0.66x28.4 frame
EUR 350.00
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Hanriot HD 1
11112011161926734Code 177 Hanriot HD 1Water-colour and pencil drawing, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s, that represents five fighting biplanes; the scene describes the attack to an Italian camp. On the left=single-seater biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1 produced under license by Macchi in 1916. On the right=four two-seat biplanes for reconnaissance and daytime bombing Albatros C I produced in 1915. The C I, equipped with a Benz Bz III engine and armed with a single fexibly-mounted Parabellum 7.92 mm for the observer, soon built a reputation for its ease of handling and general robustness. Including frame cm 100x1.7x70 - inches 40x0.66x28.
Code 177
Hanriot HD 1
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 100x1.7x70 frame
Inches 40x0.66x28 frame
EUR 1200.00
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Hanriot HD 1
16102008172314734Code 92 Hanriot HD 1Pencil drawing represents a single-seat biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1 drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. Including frame cm 49x1.7x31 - inches 19.3x0.66x11.8.
Code 92
Hanriot HD 1
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 49x1.7x31 frame
Inches 19.3x0.66x11.8 frame
EUR 350.00
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Hanriot HD 1
16102008172527734Code 94 Hanriot HD 1Pencil drawing represents a single-seat biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. Including frame cm 55x1.7x28 - inches 21.65x0.66x11.
Code 94
Hanriot HD 1
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 55x1,7x28 frame
Inches 21.65x0.66x11 frame
EUR 350.00
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Hanriot HD 1
1531747671Code 96A Hanriot HD 1Pencil drawing, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s, representing a single-seat biplane fighter Hanriot HD 1. Measure with frame cm 65x1.7x31 - inches 25.7x0.66x12.2.
Code 96A
Hanriot HD 1
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 65x1.7x31 frame
Inches 25.7x0.66x12.2. frame
EUR 350.00
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Nieuport 11 Bebe
16102008174038734Code 120 Nieuport 11 BebePencil-drawings represent two single seat biplane fighter Nieuport 11 Bebe of 1915, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. Including frame cm 59x1.7x38 - inches 23.2x0.66x15.
Code 120
Nieuport 11 Bebe
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 59x1.7x38 frame
Inches 23.2x0.66x15 frame
EUR 350.00
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Nieuport 11 Bebe
1710200818856734Code 185 Nieuport 11 BebePencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing three single-seat biplanes. Right= two single seat biplane fighter Nieuport 11 Bebe of 1915. Left (low)= single-seat biplane fighter SPAD VII, 1916. Measure with frame cm 58x1.7x75 - inches 23x0.66x29.6.
Code 185
Nieuport 11 Bebe
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 58x1.7x75 frame
Inches 23x0.66x29.6 frame
EUR 350.00
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Caudron G IV Nieuport 17
17102008174915734Code 174 Caudron G IV Nieuport 17Water-colour, pastel and pencil represents two biplanes, drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s. High= two-seat twin-engined biplane Caudron G IV of the 1915. Low=two single-seat biplane fighter Nieuport 17, produced in the late spring of 1916. Measure with frame cm 93x1.7x78 - inches 37x0.66x31.
Code 174
Caudron G IV Nieuport 17
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 93x1.7x78 frame
Inches 37x0.66x31 frame
EUR 450.00
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Caudron G III
13102008181610734Code 65 Caudron G IIIPencil-drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s, representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Caudron G III, French production of 1914, equipped with a Le Rhone 80 hp engine. Aircraft lacking in speed and effective defence, employed on front only for a short lapse of time. Measure with frame cm 64,5x1.7x71 - inches 25.5x0.66x28.
Code 65
Caudron G III
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 64,5x1.7x71 frame
Inches 25.5x0.66x28 frame
EUR 350.00
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Rumpler C I
1610200818232734Code 136 Rumpler C IThis Indian ink drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s, representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Rumpler C I, produced in Germany in 1916 and powered by a Mercedes D III 160 hp engine. Armed with a fixed, pilot-aimed Spandau 7.9 mm, along with the observer’s Parabellum 7.92 mm, the Rumpler C I was considered by many to be the best and most reliable of all C types produced. Including frame cm 45x1.7x26.5 - inches 17.8x0.66x10.3.
Code 136
Rumpler C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 45x1.7x26.5 frame
Inches 17.8x0.66x10.3 frame
EUR 350.00
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Rumpler C IV
17102008163312734Code 140 Rumpler C IVPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Rumpler C IV produced in 1917. Measure with frame cm 75x1.7x47 - inches 29.5x0.66x18.5.
Code 140
Rumpler C IV
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 75x1.7x47 frame
Inches 29.5x0.66x18.5 frame
EUR 400.00
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Brandenburg C I
1310200818421734Code 53 Brandenburg C IPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s represents two aircrafts, both a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Brandenburg C I of 1916. Measure with frame cm 70.5x1.7x57 - inches 27.5x0.66x22.5.
Code 53
Brandenburg C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 70.5x1.7x57 frame
Inches 27.5x0.66x22.5 frame
EUR 450.00
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Brandenburg C I
16102008171055734Code 55 Brandenburg C IDrawing by Riccardo Cavigioli, early 1920s, of a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Brandenburg C I of 1916; including frame cm 47x1.7x37 - inches 18.8x0.66x14.8.
Code 55
Brandenburg C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 47x1.7x37 frame
Inches 18.8x0.66x14.8 frame
EUR 300.00
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Brandenburg C I
1610200817217734Code 54 Brandenburg C IPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Brandenburg C I of 1916, built by Ufag in Budapest. Measure with frame cm 68x1.7x38 - inches 26.8x0.66x15.
Code 54
Brandenburg C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 68x1.7x38 frame
Inches 26.8x0.66x15 frame
EUR 350.00
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Brandenburg C I
1529397728Code 51 Brandenburg C IPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Brandenburg C I of 1916. Including frame cm 58x1.7x31 - inches 23x0.66x11.8.
Code 51
Brandenburg C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 58x1.7x31 frame
Inches 23x0.66x11.8 frame
EUR 350.00
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Brandenburg C I
1531394464Code 56 Brandenburg C IPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissance Brandenburg C I produced in Austria by Phonix in 1917, equipped with a Hiero 200 hp engine and armed with twin machine-gun. Measure with frame cm 43x1.7x32 - inches 17x0.66x12.8.
Code 56
Brandenburg C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 43x1.7x32 frame
Inches 17x0.66x12.8 frame
EUR 300.00
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Fokker M5
13102008185331734Code 83 Fokker M5Pencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s represents a Germanic single-seat monoplane fighter Fokker M 5, produced in 1915 by KMG, equipped with single gun firing through the propeller. Including frame cm 56x1.7x40 - inches 22x0.66x15.8.
Code 83
Fokker M5
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 56x1.7x40 frame
Inches 22x0.66x15.8 frame
EUR 350.00
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Probable Fokker
16102008171715734Code 76 Probable FokkerPencil drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane for reconnaissane, probably a Fokker, armed with twin Spandaus 7.92 mm. Aircraft produced in Germany between 1915 and 1918. Including frame cm 49.5x1.7x45 - inches 19.5x0.66x17.8.
Code 76
Probable Fokker
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 49.5x1.7x45 frame
Inches 19.5x0.66x17.8 frame
EUR 350.00
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Unknown
1531747205Code sc UnknownDrawings in mixed technique, water-colour and pastel depicting a WWI aircraft, by Riccardo Cavigioli 1920s. Including frame cm 80x1.7x60.3 - inches 31.49x0.66x23.7.
Code sc
Unknown
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 80x1.7x60.3 frame
Inches 31.49x0.66x23.7 frame
EUR 450.00
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Berg Av C I
1610200812449734Code 39 Berg Av C IIndian ink drawing drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a two-seat biplane flying-boat for reconnaissance Berg Av C I, 37.55 series, furnished with an Austro Daimler 185 hp engine, produced in Austria by Aviatik in 1917. Measure with frame cm 57x1.7x26 - inches 22.6x0.66x10.5.
Code 39
Berg Av C I
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 57x1.7x26 frame
Inches 22.6x0.66x10.5 frame
EUR 350.00
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Biplane Gotha
126201514156734Code 87A Biplane GothaWater-colour drawn by Riccardo Cavigioli in the early 1920s representing a twin-engined biplane Gotha G IV produced in Austria under license by Oeffag in 1917, three-seat for night time bombing. This aircraft, powered by two Hiero 2x230 hp engines, with a full 300 kg bomb load, was able to reach 150 kmh speed Misure con cornice, measure with frame cm 75x1,7x43 - inch 30x0.66x17.
Code 87A
Biplane Gotha
Italy
Early 1920s
Cm 75x1.7x43 frame
Inches 30x0.66x17 frame
EUR 700.00
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