Spirit of St. Louis. Den forsta atlantflygaren berattar by LINDBERGH, Charles A
LA MINERVE, Vaisseau Aerien Destine aux Decouvertes, et propose a toutes les Academies de l'Europe; par le Physicien Robertson, Ci-devant Professeur a l'Ecole centrale du departement de l'Ourte, de la Societe Galvanique, by ROBERT, Estienne Gaspard. (Also known by stage name E. G. Robertson):
Signed First Day Cover (FDC) from President Roosevelt's well known stamp collection commemorating the 25th anniversary of airmail, Dayton, May 15, 1943, noting Dayton, Ohio as the "Birthplace of Aviation." by WRIGHT, ORVILLE; NICHOLS, RUTH, [Franklin Delano Roosevelt]
THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS - Signed by Lindbergh, Charles A
Fighting the Flying Circus by Rickenbacker, Capt. Edward V. (with maps and a foreword by Laurence La Tourette Driggs)
NINETEENTH (19th) ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS. 1933. Including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474. [Orville Wright was a member of the Committee] by (From the Private Library and Estate of Orville Wright)
Biblio booksellers have collected a large number of rare and antique aviation books, and they are available below in the Biblio Rare Book Room. Included in the collection are both large multi-volume sets and smaller books complete with original photographs and other ephemera. Many of the books have illustrations and ornate bindings, and any of these books could add value to your private rare and antique book collection. If you love the history of flight and flying, you should definitely peruse the featured rare and antique aviation books in the Biblio Rare Book Room.