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Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

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Record title

Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

Call numbers

DR 207

Record identifier

Yj7dQDG9

Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

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Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

Full title

Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

Date

1934

Call Numbers

DR 207

Record Identifier

Yj7dQDG9

Formats

Physical Description

Contents

1 printing block - 30.5 x 23.4 x 2 cm - metal on wood backing

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Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Block pattern is of a plane in flight above a map of the flight path, with portraits of the pilot Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and P.G. Taylor at upper left and lower right of map.

Title above plane reads 'First Trans Pacific Flight, Australia - America, via Fijian and Hawaiian Islands, October 1934'.

Beneath this is printed 'Twelve...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Printing block used for reproduction on first Trans-Pacific Flight envelopes, 1934

NOTES

General note

Block has been cancelled. It was accompanied by nine prints taken from the cancelled block, and now at F93/21.

Description source

Information transferred from Pictures Card Catalogue as part of the eRecords Project, 2009-2010

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by Sir William Dixson, 1952
Spencer List number: 180P

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

DR 207

Record Identifier

Yj7dQDG9

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Reference code

884692

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