THE CARDS ARE OUT THERE
Events announced between Newsletters will be posted in the News section of www.aviapc.com as will the corrections that usually seem necessary for this section.
Croydon . At the old Airport (Date to be confirmed)
|Dulwich College 10.30
|Transport Memorabilia Fair. Southampton Novotel 10.30
|Luton Vauxhall Recreation Club 11.00
|Manchester Airport Terminal 2. This event replaces the one listed in September for Mar 16 at Wilmslow
|Bristol BAWA Centre Filton
|Stuttgart Musberg Village 10.00
|Gatwick Crawley Leisure Centre 10.00
|Feltham Community College 11.00
|Paris. Site to be announced
|Vienna Airport T2 9.30
|Airliners International 2002 Columbus Ohio
|Birmingham Motor Cycle Museum
Proliferation continues – it is believed that it is intended to repeat the Heathrow Visitor centre show 3 times in 2003 although no dates are known. The Club will have tables at the Croydon and Manchester events.
The practice of “sniping” is making tracking of final prices more difficult.
of many once-sought-after cards now seems to exceed demand and the sheer number
of items on offer makes searching difficult outside of very restricted criteria.
So I have focused on a few cards outside of the normal run which have either
been tracked on their way to a possible high price, or are just different and
three such are pictured below.
out-of-the ordinary cards on the Web. This propaganda card from Japanese occupied Korea apparently
commemorates a purchase of an Air Force plane by popular subscription. The card
sold for $180 (£117).
DELAG Zeppelin at Baden-Baden/-Oos is postmarked 1910, which makes it LZ6, which
commenced operations there on 21 Aug but was burnt in this hangar in September.
This one was still on auction at print time.
America always seems to be popular but this card from Peru is from an earlier
period than most. The title translates as
Peruvian Aviator Bielovucich
Flying at the Lima Racecourse.