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Exported Collection

Background imageExported Collection: Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 21 313

Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 21 313 (msn 51553), at Kavieng Airfield on New Ireland. This aircraft was exported to Australia and later acquired by the National Museum of the United States Air Force

Background imageExported Collection: de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver 2 G-ANAR

de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver 2 G-ANAR (msn 80) at the 1958 SBAC Farnborough Air Show. The prototype Beaver 2 was built in Canada and first flew at Downsview, piloted by George Neal

Background imageExported Collection: LeVier Cosmic Wind G-ARUL Ballerina

LeVier Cosmic Wind G-ARUL Ballerina
After failing to win races in the US, LeVier Cosmic Wind G-ARUL Ballerina, was exported to the UK, where it performed well, winning the 1964 Kings cup Air Race at Shoreham on 1 August 1964

Background imageExported Collection: de Havilland DH. 60 Genet Moth G-EBOU

de Havilland DH. 60 Genet Moth G-EBOU
de Havilland DH.60 Genet Moth G-EBOU (msn 271), registered on 8 September 1926 and exported to Germany as D-1651 in June 1929. Date: circa 1925

Background imageExported Collection: Barrels of fish being exported, Great Yarmouth, early 1900s

Barrels of fish being exported, Great Yarmouth, early 1900s

Background imageExported Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H
Transland Ag-2 N8830H and N8831H, 1st and 2nd prototypes. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imageExported Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H, the first prototype in flight. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imageExported Collection: de Havilland Dove AP-AGJ

de Havilland Dove AP-AGJ
de Havilland Dove 2B AP-AGJ (msn 04084), of Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. at Karachi Airport, in storage, prior to sale in the UK, with Dove G-AJBI and Heron G-AOGO of Morton Air Services

Background imageExported Collection: Commonwealth CA-16 Wirraway A20-649

Commonwealth CA-16 Wirraway A20-649 (msn 1101), at a Point Cook air-show, whilst part of the RaF Museum. Later sold in the US and exported Date: circa 1977

Background imageExported Collection: Allegorical Representation of America

Allegorical Representation of America
An allegorical representation of the products and inhabitants of America; various Native American men and women crowd by a small fortified wall by the water, carrying or moving animals, products

Background imageExported Collection: Piper PA-17 Vagabond F-BHHE

Piper PA-17 Vagabond F-BHHE 7 Imported into France as F-BETG, re-registered F-BHHE, then exported to the UK as G-BDVB. Date: circa 1955

Background imageExported Collection: de Havilland DH. 82A Tiger Moth II G-ANOH

de Havilland DH. 82A Tiger Moth II G-ANOH
de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth II G-ANOH (msn 86040, ex EM838) of the Hertfordshire Police Flying Club, exported to Denmark in June 1969. Date: circa 1958

Background imageExported Collection: Piaggio P. 166 Portofino G-APSJ

Piaggio P. 166 Portofino G-APSJ
Piaggio P.166 Portofino G-APSJ (msn 354), circa 1961. After being exported to Australia on 25 November 1963, as VH-ACV, this aircraft was scrapped in 1968, due to corrosion in the keel

Background imageExported Collection: B. A. Swallow II VH-UUM

B. A. Swallow II VH-UUM
B.A. Swallow II VH-UUM (msn 409), at Mildura on 28 September 1962. Exported to R.H.F. Hickson, Maylands WA, Australia in 1935

Background imageExported Collection: Bell 47G G-ARIA

Bell 47G G-ARIA (msn D-6), at Biggin Hill, circa 1964. G-ARIA was exported to France circa 1987. Date: circa 1964

Background imageExported Collection: B. A. Swallow II G-AFIH

B. A. Swallow II G-AFIH
B.A. Swallow II G-AFIH (MSN 500), circa 1950, at White Waltham. Exported to Eire on 9 June 1952. (B.A. - British Aircraft Manufacturing Company Ltd.) Date: circa 1950

Background imageExported Collection: Tipsy B G-AFKP

Tipsy B G-AFKP (msn 05), at Cowes (Somerton) on the Isle of Wight, circa 1949. Built in 1938 as a Tipsy B, with a smaller rudder and lower all-up weight

Background imageExported Collection: Percival P. 54 Prince 4 9V-BBM

Percival P. 54 Prince 4 9V-BBM
Percival P.54 Prince 4 9V-BBM (msn P.50/45), of Singapore Air Services, circa 1970. Built in 1951 as G-AMLY, operated by Shell Flying and Marketing Co

Background imageExported Collection: Douglas A-26C Invader N9403Z

Douglas A-26C Invader N9403Z
Douglas A-26C-50-DT Invader N9403Z High and Mighty (msn 29089), of Carstedt Air. Built as A-26C 44-35810 for the United States Army Air Force (USaF) and disposed of to the civil registry as N9403Z

Background imageExported Collection: S. N. C. A. N. 1203 Norecrin OE-DAW

S. N. C. A. N. 1203 Norecrin OE-DAW
S.N.C.A.N. 1203 Norecrin OE-DAW (msn 327). First delivered to Switzerland as HB-DAW, on 2 August 1955, then exported to Austria, on 7 December 1955 as OE-DAW and written off in 1978

Background imageExported Collection: de Havilland DH. 87 Hornet Moth F-BCJO

de Havilland DH. 87 Hornet Moth F-BCJO
de Havilland DH.87 Hornet Moth F-BCJO (msn 8035), at Kidlington circa 4 April 1959. First flown in as G-ADKL, impressed as W5750, during the war, reverting to G-ADKL post-war

Background imageExported Collection: Hawker Hunter T. 8B XF967

Hawker Hunter T. 8B XF967
Royal Air Force - Hawker Hunter T.8B XF967 (msn 41H/695343 / HABL-003122) First flown on 9 April1956, delivered on 15 may 1956

Background imageExported Collection: Douglas DC-3A XA-FUV Xicontenatl

Douglas DC-3A XA-FUV Xicontenatl
Douglas DC-3A-S1C3G XA-FUV Xicontenatl (msn 3261), of Aeronaves de Mexico. NC25617: United Airlines, from November 1940 to July 1948

Background imageExported Collection: Royal Aircraft Factory SE. 5a - NC2679

Royal Aircraft Factory SE. 5a - NC2679
Royal Aircraft Factory SE.5a NC2679, of Skywriters Incorporated of New York. This aircraft and four others with consecutive registrations were registered with Skywriters in December 1927

Background imageExported Collection: CHINESE ORNAMENTS

CHINESE ORNAMENTS
Ornaments exported from China displayed in a British auction house. They will be sold just in time for Christmas presents Date: 1930s

Background imageExported Collection: Handley Page HPR-7 Herald 213 G-AVPN

Handley Page HPR-7 Herald 213 G-AVPN (msn 176) of Euroair. First flown on 2 April 1964 #176 was exported to Germany as D-BIBI Date: 1986

Background imageExported Collection: Riley Turbo Skyliner N416SA

Riley Turbo Skyliner N416SA (msn 14060) Built in 1954 as de Havilland Heron 2 and exported to Turkey as TC-HAT. Converted to Riley Turbo Skyliner ca 1977

Background imageExported Collection: Taylorcraft Auster 5 G-AMVD

Taylorcraft Auster 5 G-AMVD (msn 1565). built for the Royal Air Force as TJ565, registered as G-AMVD in the UK on 6 October 1952, it was exported to France as F-BGTF from 26 May 1953

Background imageExported Collection: Miles M. 38 Messenger 2A ZK-AWE

Miles M. 38 Messenger 2A ZK-AWE
Miles M.38 Messenger 2A ZK-AWE (msn 6717), somewhere in New Zealand. Built as G-AKKL by Miles (Northern Ireland Ltd.) at Newtownards it was registered to Godfrey Holmes Ltd

Background imageExported Collection: Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV

Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV
Miles M.14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV, at White Waltham, before export to Tanganyika, (Previously Magister T9896 with the Royal Air Force)

Background imageExported Collection: Miles M. 65 Gemini 1A G-AKHO

Miles M. 65 Gemini 1A G-AKHO
Miles M.65 Gemini 1A G-AKHO (msn 6518) fresh off the production line at Woodley. First registered on 31 October 1947 G-AKHO was exported to Madagascar as F-BDAI in February 1948. Date: circa 1948

Background imageExported Collection: Percival Prince G-ALWH

Percival Prince G-ALWH
Percival P.50 Prince series 2A G-ALWH, of Decca Navigator Limited as a demonstrator for their navigation equipment. Registered to Decca on 17 July 1961 and exported to the USA on 15 November 1976

Background imageExported Collection: Beagle-Auster D. 4 / 108 G-ARLG

Beagle-Auster D. 4 / 108 G-ARLG
Beagle-Auster D.4-108 G-ARLG, the sole UK registered two-seater built specially for the Auster Flying Club. The other five D.4-108s built at Rearsby were exported to Portugal for the Portuguese Air

Background imageExported Collection: A Zebra - presented to Queen Victoria

A Zebra - presented to Queen Victoria
The Zebra presented to Queen Victoria by King Menelik II of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) - pictured here at its new home at the New Zebra House at the Royal Zoological Gardens, Regents Park, London

Background imageExported Collection: Poster advertising Gold Coast Cocoa

Poster advertising Gold Coast Cocoa
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board advertising Gold Coast Cocoa. In return, British goods are exported to the Gold Coast, totalling several millions of pounds in value

Background imageExported Collection: A Chinese Fishing village in California, 1884

A Chinese Fishing village in California, 1884
Engraving showing the wooden framed houses and warehouses of a Chinese fishing village on the coast of California, 1884. Shrimp, caught off the American coast

Background imageExported Collection: Horses Exported 1555

Horses Exported 1555
Swedish horses are exported by ship, to be sold in other countries


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