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RV Flight Of Fancy
item# 3010
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
The first side by side, two place aircraft built by Van's, the RV-6 made its first flight in 1985. Introduced in 1986 the RV-6, and its cousin, depicted here, the tricycle gear RV-6A would become a staple in the home-built aircraft category.

We would like to gratefully thank the wonderful RV pilots in EAA chapter 43, along with friend and pilot, Dennis Lacy for their kind support in developing this original work.

This one goes out to all of the dedicated home-builders throughout the world that truly embody the "spirit of aviation". We celebrate that very spirit, with our very first card. We believe, much like the Wright Brothers, the spirit of the home-builder, still to this day, clearly deserve to be recognized for their profound achievements. We take time to salute you all this Holiday Season!
An Airman's Christmas
item# 3030
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
Assigned to the 8th Air Force, 398th Bomb Group in England from April 1944 to June of 1945, this B-17 G "Maxine", flew alongside legendary veteran pilot Hal Weekly of Aluminum Overcast fame, for an all-time record of 82 missions.

We gratefully thank B-17 air veterans, 8th AF, George Meshko, 96th BG, and Lucky McGinty, 95th BG, for their kind friendship and great support in producing this piece. It is true American heros such as these men that this work was developed to help the world salute. Happy Holiday to each and every one of our great air veterans!
DC-3 Snow Globe
item# 3020
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
On December 17th, 1935 few, if any onlookers could perceive the significance of the first flight of the Douglas DC-3. The backbone of early commercial aviation and the workhorse of the allies during WWII and the Berlin Airlifts, few aircraft embody the grace and beauty of aviation more than this Grand Ole Lady.
J-3 Cub Snow Globe
item# 3040
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
From its crude beginnings in 1930 as the Taylor E-2 this little yellow monoplane with its 11 to 1 glide ratio taught generations of student pilots to fly for the first time. The ageless J-3 Cub is one of the few aircraft that has broken the borders between Vintage, Military, General Aviation, and Light Sport categories.

This piece is dedicated to our dear friend, Michael Maya Charles, FedEx Captain, aviation writer, EAA Chapter 43 member, and the man that years ago gave Joe Jones, his very first flight with the EAA, in his J-3 Cub. "Thank you Michael, see what you started!"
Stearman Noel
item# 3050
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
Sometimes called the "kaydet", the legendary Stearman trainer was known at the PT-17 when delivered to the Army flight training centers. The Navy designations were N2S-1 and N2S-4. From 1933 through 1945 there were 10,346 built which were used to train nearly 60,000 military pilots in the early 1940's.
P-38 White Christmas
item# 3060
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
NEW RELEASE:

Created by popular demand!

Designed by 24 year old engineer, Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, originally christened the "Atlanta" by Lockheed, and dubbed the "Forked-Tailed Devil" by the Germans, it was Britain's Royal Air Force which received the first shipment of P-38s, forever stamping the name "Lightning" to this sexy bird.

This new card pays tribute to the hundreds of intrepid crews that ferried, much like famed "Glacier Girl and the Lost Squadron", the route from Goose Bay, to Greenland, across the Denmark Strait, then on to their assigned fighter bases in England. This versatile, twin engine aircraft, in it's many roles, greatly helped turn the tide for the Allies during WWII.

This card is dedicated to the memory of a dear soul, and friend, Mr. Roy Shoffner, the man who took on the daunting task to rescue "Glacier Girl" just to share with the world. God Bless you Roy!

Along with the dedication and expertise of many such as Bob Cardin, Don Brooks, and EAA's, Vince Hammons, it is "THEIR" spirit of aviation we proudly create this piece as a testament to the profound effect their efforts have made to our entire aviation community today. Happy Holidays gentlemen!
Claus visits Byrd
item# 3070
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
After nearly 80 years, Airmail Greetings uncovers historic image of Byrd and Claus together in the Antarctic Circle. Hidden by National Geographic photo staff since December 1929, it is likely this is the only image in existence that proves the long fabled myth that Santa Claus did indeed make it a point to visit with Admiral Robert Byrd and his men during the historic 1929 Antarctic Expedition.
Douglas World Cruisers
item# 3080
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
Shown here as the aeroplanes begin to arrive at Chignik, Alaska, the first flight around the world was flown by United States Army Air Service pilots in specially-built Douglas World Cruisers, DWCs, between 6 April and 28 September 1924. The magnitude of that flight at the time is comparable to a moon landing today.
P-47 Christmas Cheer
item# 3100
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
We pay a salute to all of the dedicated crews on the ground that work throughout the holidays come rain, snow or shine to "Keep Em Flying". As it was for the unsung ground crews throughout Europe, much like the 78th Fighter Group in Duxford in 43', after bustin' your hump, and knuckles in the freezing cold - it's darn nice to have someone make a point to share some Christmas Cheer.
Beaver - Home For The Holidays
item# 3110
Box of 10 w/ envelopes $15.95
Superb, high quality prints on 120 lb. cover weight stock.
A-6 Cards, blank inside
Every since the Wright brothers, it's been the invention known as the aircraft that actually brings us home for the holidays. In sharing the spirit of the season, it is with much joy we now offer this little gem featuring the DeHavilland Beaver anxiously being greeted at the family lakeside dock.