M130 China Clipper

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Pacifica Island Art China Clipper Martin M-130 - Over San Francisco, 1939 - Pan American Airways - Vintage Aviation Poster by Clyde Sunderland - Fine Art Print - 11in x 14in

 (Pacifica Island Art China Clipper Martin M-130 - Over San Francisco, 1939 - Pan American Airways - Vintage Aviation Poster by Clyde Sunderland - Fine Art Print - 11in x)
Enjoy a taste of Aloha with these beautiful Hawaiian Fine Art Prints by Pacifica Island Art. This print will look wonderful framed in the home, office or restaurant and is perfect for the Hawaiian art collector. Clyde Sunderland (1900-1989) One of the premier aerial photographers in the nation, Clyde Sunderland mapped much of the Western states and documented the rise in commercial aviation after World War II during his illustrious career as an aviation photographer. Sunderland photographed it all, from Amelia Earhart's inaugural voyage to Honolulu piloting the Lockheed Electra to the extraordinary maiden voyage of the China Clipper when the plane was forced to fly under the Oakland Bay Bridge because it was so laden with goods. Sunderland documented with passion and sensitivity the triumphs of the Golden Age of Aviation. Working as an aerial photographer for over 40 years, Clyde Sunderland headed the firm Sunderland Aerial Photographs based at Oakland International Airport until his retirement in 1966. Using Fairchild Precision cameras that weighed as much as 90 lbs. each, Sunderland shot three types of photographs: vertical photographs used for mapping an area, continuous strip photographs, and oblique photographs that captured a specific subject at an angle. Sunderland's photo...

G6072 M-130 China Clipper Paa 1/72

 (G6072 M-130 China Clipper Paa)
This high quality replica is handcrafted from mahogany and comes with a wooden base.Length is 15 an d wingspan is 21" "

Martin M-130 China Clipper Wood Airplane Model

 (Martin M-130 China Clipper Wood Airplane)

Pacifica Island Art "China Clipper" Martin M-130 - Over San Francisco, 1939 - Pan American Airways - Vintage Aviation Poster by Clyde Sunderland - Master Art Print - 13in x 19in

 (Pacifica Island Art
Enjoy a taste of Aloha with these beautiful Hawaiian Fine Art Prints by Pacifica Island Art. This print will look wonderful framed in the home, office or restaurant and is perfect for the Hawaiian art collector. Clyde Sunderland (1900-1989) One of the premier aerial photographers in the nation, Clyde Sunderland mapped much of the Western states and documented the rise in commercial aviation after World War II during his illustrious career as an aviation photographer. Sunderland photographed it all, from Amelia Earhart's inaugural voyage to Honolulu piloting the Lockheed Electra to the extraordinary maiden voyage of the China Clipper when the plane was forced to fly under the Oakland Bay Bridge because it was so laden with goods. Sunderland documented with passion and sensitivity the triumphs of the Golden Age of Aviation. Working as an aerial photographer for over 40 years, Clyde Sunderland headed the firm Sunderland Aerial Photographs based at Oakland International Airport until his retirement in 1966. Using Fairchild Precision cameras that weighed as much as 90 lbs. each, Sunderland shot three types of photographs: vertical photographs used for mapping an area, continuous strip photographs, and oblique photographs that captured a specific subject at an angle. Sunderland's photo...

Mastercraft Collection MCM130CCPAAW M-130 China Clipper PAA 1/72 Scale Model Airplane

 (Mastercraft Collection MCM130CCPAAW M-130 China Clipper PAA 1/72 Scale Model)
Description: The m-130 was a commercial flying boat Designed and built in 1935 by the Glenn L. Martin Company for pan Am airlines. The m-130 was an all-metal flying boat which employed streamlined aerodynamics and powerful engines. Only three m-130s were built: the China clipper, the Philippine clipper and the Hawaii clipper; but to the public they were all referred to as the China clipper. The China clipper name evolved into a generic term for pan am's entire fleet of large flying boats - the Martin m-130, Sikorsky S-42, and Boeing 314.This specific model is painted in the pan Am paint scheme. Pan American world Airways was founded in 1927 as a scheduled air mail and passenger service operating between key West fl and Havana, Cuba. The airline has become a major Company credited with many innovations that shaped the international airline industry, including the widespread use of jet aircraft, jumbo jets, and computerized reservation systems. This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen. Perfect as a gift for any aviation enthusiast and history buff!

Martin M-130 China Clipper: Vintage Airliners Card

 (Martin M-130 China Clipper: Vintage Airliners)

China Clipper 1935 Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat China Clipper Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu Midway Wake Guam And Manila 22 November 1935 Phot

 (China Clipper 1935 Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat China Clipper Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu Midway Wake Guam And Manila 22 November)
China Clipper, 1935. /Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat 'China Clipper,' Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu, Midway, Wake, Guam, And Manila, 22 November 1935. Photograph, Digitally Colored By Granger, Nyc -- All Rights Reserved. is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

China Clipper 1935 Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat China Clipper Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu Midway Wake Guam And Manila 22 November 1935 Phot

 (China Clipper 1935 Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat China Clipper Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu Midway Wake Guam And Manila 22 November)
China Clipper, 1935. /Nthe Pan American Martin M-130 Flying Boat 'China Clipper,' Leaving San Francisco On The First Transpacific Airmail Flight To Honolulu, Midway, Wake, Guam, And Manila, 22 November 1935. Photograph, Digitally Colored By Granger, Nyc -- All Rights Reserved. is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 36.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

Fascinations Metal Earth Pan American China Clipper Airplane 3D Laser Cut Metal Model Boxed Kit

 (Fascinations Metal Earth Pan American China Clipper Airplane 3D Laser Cut Metal Model Boxed)
China Clipper was the first of three Martin M-130 four-engine flying boats built for Pan American Airways. In November of 1935 it was used to inaugurate the first commercial transpacific air service from San Francisco to Manila by way of Honolulu, Midway and Wake Island. It continued to fly the Pacific for the next eight years carrying approximately 3,500 passengers and 750,000 lbs of mail and freight.

M-130 China Clipper PAA 1/72 Desktop Wood Model

M130 China Clipper (M-130 China Clipper PAA 1/72 Desktop Wood)

Daron Worldwide M-130 China Clipper PAA Model Airplane

M130 China Clipper (Daron Worldwide M-130 China Clipper PAA Model)

King Kwong : Larry Kwong, the China Clipper Who Broke the NHL Colour Barrier

M130 China Clipper (King Kwong : Larry Kwong, the China Clipper Who Broke the NHL Colour)
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