Curtiss-Wright Flying Service Metal Sign, Repro.

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Curtiss-Wright Flying Service Metal Sign, Repro.

 

Hidden in the hills of Hammondsport, New York Curtiss Wright opened a bike shop sometime in the 1900s and this my friends is where History took off (excuse the bun). From here Curtiss and his friends started to put small engines on bicycles and from here they escalated to motorcycles even to flying boats and eventually to aeroplanes. At the Curtiss-Wright  Museum, you'll see where both Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh learned to fly in an aeroplane named "Jenny" or The Curtiss JN - 4. Over the years Curtiss built factories in Buffalo for aeroplanes to be used in the World War I.

Item Code - SIG17B235BCA

Width: 12 1/2"  Height: 16"  Depth: 1/8"  Weight: 323 g


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