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Airborne Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Airborne collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
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The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938
The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938
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British Airman Returning at Sunset After Successful Journey, 1917. Creator: Unknown
British Airman Returning at Sunset After Successful Journey, 1917. Creator: Unknown
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Sky cycle below a balloon, early 1900s
Sky cycle below a balloon, early 1900s
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Action from an Arsenal v Chelsea football match, c1936-c1944. Artist: Sport & General
Action from an Arsenal v Chelsea football match, c1936-c1944. Artist: Sport & General
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A World War I dogfight (1914-1918), 1938
A World War I dogfight (1914-1918), 1938
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Riding a Flying Carpet, 1880. Artist: Viktor Mihajlovic Vasnecov
Riding a Flying Carpet, 1880. Artist: Viktor Mihajlovic Vasnecov
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Wilbur Wrights first flight in Europe at the Hanaudieres racetrack near Le Mans, France, 1908
Wilbur Wrights first flight in Europe at the Hanaudieres racetrack near Le Mans, France, 1908
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Louis Bleriot (1872-1936), French aviator, flying over the cliffs at Dover, 1909
Louis Bleriot (1872-1936), French aviator, flying over the cliffs at Dover, 1909
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The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938 Featured Image

The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938

The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938. The Miles M.14 Magister was a British 2-seat monoplane basic trainer aircraft built by Miles Aircraft for the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm. Affectionately known as the Maggie, the Magister was based on Miles civilian Hawk Major and Hawk Trainer and was the first monoplane designed specifically as a trainer for the RAF. As a low-wing monoplane, it was an ideal introduction to the Spitfire and Hurricane for new pilots. From the front cover of Flying magazine (14 May 1938). Cropping restrictions are in place

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