THE CARDS ARE OUT THERE
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Known collectable shows are:
|Jun 14||Newark UK Aerojumble|
|July 5||Frankfurt Summer Show, Schwanheim Village 9.00|
|July 10/12||Airliners International 2003 Columbus Ohio|
|Aug 17||Redhill - Fly-in and collectors fair|
Motor Cycle Museum: The
Club will have a table for recruiting, selling, exchanging at this show.
Volunteers are needed to help Tony Edwards man it
– so he can find some cards himself.
Newark, NJ USA: Sheraton Newark
Airport "Rodop" building
Hamburg at the airport
|Oct 4||Luton, Vauxhall Recreation Centre 11.00|
|Oct 12||Manchester Airport T2|
|Oct 26||Ellesmere Port Civic Centre (New venue - used to be Hooton)|
|Nov 1/2||Frankfurt, Schwanheim Village|
The likelihood of airlines responding to requests for the, few surviving, airline issue cards has diminished further with reports that airlines have noticed that their “free” cards are being sold on the Internet for profit. But it could mean that more airlines offer their cards for sale rather than abandon them altogether. Air Scandic did this and so have Delta. Even if sold they would probably be regarded as “limited edition” and therefore have some edge over published for collector cards.
flurry in Concorde cards after the “death notice” was to be expected and did
materialize. Known rarities like the Singapore-in-flight company card were in
some high prices also featured on UK publisher cards, notably the “Formation
Pageantry card available at airports.
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