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Pre 1914 Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 45 pictures in our Pre 1914 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with FlightGlobal.


Captain Bertram Dickson on a Henry Farman Featured Pre 1914 Print

Captain Bertram Dickson on a Henry Farman

Captain Bertram Dickson on a Henry Farman, powered by a 50 h.p. Gnome engine, Bournemouth, July 1910. Dickson had learnt to fly with the Farman school at Mourmelon, France and was the first English pilot to hold a world record. On June 6 1910, in Anjou, France, he broke the duration record for a passenger flight, by flying for exactly two hours, during which time he covered 98.75 kilometers (61 miles)

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Capt. Bertram Dickson, J Armstrong Drexel, and William D McArdle Featured Pre 1914 Print

Capt. Bertram Dickson, J Armstrong Drexel, and William D McArdle

Photographed at the 1910 Bournemouth Meeting are Capt. Bertram Dickson (second from left), J Armstrong Drexel (Cert. # 14, second from right) and William D McArdle (right, and not officially entered as a competitor). Messrs. McArdle and Drexel, both Americans, had established a flying school at nearby Brockenhurst, equipped with seven Bleriots

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Weiss Pusher Monoplane Featured Pre 1914 Print

Weiss Pusher Monoplane

The Weiss Pusher Monoplane was exhibited by Handley Page at the 1909 Olympia Aero Show. A guarantee of flight was offered with the price of £500, but the machine, named 'Madge' after one of Weiss's five daughters, never managed to leave the ground

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1909 Olympia Aero Show, The Weiss Pusher Monoplane Handley