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THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL
THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL
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Chrysler 1929
Chrysler 1929
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Piaggio P108B-35 of these Italian heavy bomber and tran
Piaggio P108B-35 of these Italian heavy bomber and tran
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Hiller YH-32 Hornet 55-4963
Hiller YH-32 Hornet 55-4963
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New York to Hollywood - a trio of dancers who
New York to Hollywood - a trio of dancers who
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Elaine
Elaine
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Ryan ST-3KR - PT-22 Recruit - N48773
Ryan ST-3KR - PT-22 Recruit - N48773
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B.A.T. FK.22 Bantam I F9947
B.A.T. FK.22 Bantam I F9947
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Kaiserliche Marine - Ago C.IIW 539
Kaiserliche Marine - Ago C.IIW 539
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AMF - Sop.1B1. - Sopwith 1 half Strutter bomber
AMF - Sop.1B1. - Sopwith 1 half Strutter bomber
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United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506
United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506
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Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine
Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine
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Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine Featured Image

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

Wright J65 (Armstrong Siddeley) Sapphire turbojet engine. The Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire was a British turbojet engine licence- Built in the United States by Curtiss-Wright of the Wright Aeronautical Corporation as the Wright J65. Initial versions were direct copies with only minor equipment differences, but Wright developed the J65 engine independently of Armstrong Siddeley, powering quite a few of the 1950s US jet combat aircraft. Notable uses were the Martin B-57 Canberra, North American FJ Fury, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, and the two Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter proto Types. A 6,500-10,380 shp (4,850-7,740 kW) turboprop version of the J65 (Sapphire) was developed by Curtiss-Wright as the Wright T49, and a commercial derivative, the Wright TP51A2 was also designed. The T49 first ran in December 1952 at 8,000 shp (6,000 kW), followed by flight testing in a Boeing XB-47D test bed from 26 August 1955. By this time however, the market for the engine had vanished. Date: 1951

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Scheibe SF 25A Motor Falke G-AVIZ
Scheibe SF 25A Motor Falke G-AVIZ
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DEVON FIRES
DEVON FIRES
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Flixton Carnivals Rosebud and Little Rosebud, Manchester
Flixton Carnivals Rosebud and Little Rosebud, Manchester
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La Belle Ferroniere, three versions
La Belle Ferroniere, three versions
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Republic P-47D-big and robust, 15, 683 of all versions
Republic P-47D-big and robust, 15, 683 of all versions
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Fairchild PT-19A -Just under 6, 400 examples were built
Fairchild PT-19A -Just under 6, 400 examples were built
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Curtiss P-40L -most later versions of the Warhawk found
Curtiss P-40L -most later versions of the Warhawk found
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Who Said Robots? by George Studdy
Who Said Robots? by George Studdy
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Short Scion Senior
Short Scion Senior
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Autographic telegraphy
Autographic telegraphy
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Great Dane 1803
Great Dane 1803
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Two Little Kittens /Bell
Two Little Kittens /Bell
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Who Said Robots? by George Studdy Featured Image

Who Said Robots? by George Studdy

A humorous illustration of Bonzo faced with robot versions of himself. The illustration mocked the craze for Bonzo merchandise that was popular at the time. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo, a small dog with saucer-like eyes and indiscriminate breeding who first appeared in the Sketch in 1922. The Bonzo craze swept the world resulting in postcards, annuals, toys and other merchandise. Studdy also produced a large body of work for the Sketch before and after Bonzo including his later creation, Ooloo the cat. His early cartoon dogs were simply known as the Studdy Dog until readers demanded a name and Bruce Ingram, the ILN editor, suggested his immortal moniker. Credit should read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans Date: 1923

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans

Little Miss Muffet (Evb)
Little Miss Muffet (Evb)
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Atlas Holds up Heavens
Atlas Holds up Heavens
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Marianne Versions 1910
Marianne Versions 1910
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Lady Wearing a Spencer
Lady Wearing a Spencer
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Stone of Scone
Stone of Scone
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Blind Mans Buff
Blind Mans Buff
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